Featuring support acts Blyolk, Sophiegrophy and Boy Graduate, as well as special guest Imbi The Girl, the venue was filled with some of the countries most exciting talent even before the night had begun.
Melbourne rapper/pop-artist Boy Graduate kicked off the night with a charismatic, energetic set that was as attention-grabbing as it was impressive from start to finish, further consolidating his reputation as one of burn city’s most lively and engaging acts.
Following Boy Grad’s opening set, WVS signee Sophiegrophy performed to a building crowd, playing her best and biggest hits, from Plain $hot to Ran$om, with an un-fuck-withable stage presence, before Blyolk continued the night.
Blyolk gave us what was one of the most intriguing and wild performances of the night when he took to the stage, using any and everything as a prop as he shredded the guitar and had the crowd moving to his self-proclaimed ‘weird-pop’ hits. From on top of a wooden crate, to within the crowd, the pop-singer was captivating from every angle.
As the crowd filled out completely, headliner Lostkeyz took to the stage, joined by fellow Sydney artist Imbi The Girl and drummer Brad Michael, as the energy in the room turned up an extra notch once again. The Sydney rapper performed songs off his self-titled EP, however, the live drums and additional vocals from Imbi The Girl added an extremely fresh and vibrant twist on the original cuts, Imbi also performed her own debut single acidic to the adoring crowd.
Lostkeyz delivered for the opening show of his national tour, providing the audience with a diverse and talented line-up, topped off by his own well-prepared, animated set, which was seriously impressive.
When Lostkeyz is next in your city, make sure you swing by and enjoy the vibes. You can find the remaining tour dates below.
Written by Jarrod van der Staay