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Beatrice is an artist that carries you deep into the textured soundscapes of her cinematic bass music. A vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and electronic producer, she has an artistic bipolarity and sophistication that weaves itself through every beat, bar and polyrhythm.

She creates compelling and intimate music with a gritty distorted edge that immediately strikes a chord with audiences. Beatrice has recently garnered industry attention with an invitation to attend the inaugural Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal. Here she collaborated with artists such as Suzanne Cianne, Theo Parrish, Just Blaze, Deradoorian (The Dirty Projectors) and Shake It Machine from Switzerland with whom she will be finishing an EP with this year. She recently received two Creative Arts Victoria grants to fund her debut EP “Move toward the Mountain” and release of leading single “Grid” in the coming months. She was also named one of Beat Magazines “DJ and Producers that owned 2017”.

Live on stage Beatrice transforms into a futuristic atmosphere of electronic vocal lushness, deep hip hop, subterranean bass and electrifying break beats. A recent addition to the Operatives roster and a rising performer on the Australian festival circuit she has performed at most major electronic music festivals from Let Them Eat Cake, Splendor in the Grass, The Falls Festival and Rainbow Serpent amongst others, as well as supported such artists as Machine Drum, Eprom, Lapalux, Mark Pritchard, Shigeto, Shades and Fakear amongst others.

For the past eight years Beatrice has been a workshop facilitator and strong advocate for Indigenous woman’s music throughout Australia. She is currently the main producer in Kardajala Kirridarra (Sandhill women) a band featuring songstress Eleanor Dixon, and whose members are from Marlinja and Kulumindini (Elliott) communities in the Northern Territory. Since releasing their debut album last year they have performed at BIGSOUND, Sugar Mountain, MONA FOMA, Golden Plains Festival, won MusicNT’s 2017 Folk Song of the Year, won hhhhappy’s ‘Needle in The Hay’ vinyl competition, and earned ‘Album of the week’ at no less than 9 radio stations, including Double J, RRR and Fbi as well as been featured in press such as Rolling Stone, The Age and Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum.

Beatrice is also a founding member of the eclectic Haiku Hands, an innovative four-piece, female driven outfit, where she cuts loose for bass-heavy, electronic post-punk workouts. Working with some of Australia’s finest writers and produces, such as Hermitude, Joelistics, Jaytee Hazard and Lewis Can Cut, she curates, performs and works in and with a collective of artists to form genre bending songs with influences from hip hop, pop, electronic, dance and disco. They have recently released their debut single ‘Not About You’ which according to Purple Sneakers was “undeniably one of the best Australian debuts of the year” and had heavy rotation on JJJ. Beatrice is also the DJ for Australian rapper Joelistics of TZU fame.

Back in her own studio, a space filled with vintage synths and samplers, stringed instruments and a myriad of curiosities, it’s a rich bed to create the many electronic music incarnations that will see her “Move toward the Mountain” EP premier release this year.

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