Dew Process presents one night in Sydney with four of 2015’s most exciting new artists. Taking over Oxford Art Factory on Tuesday 10th March with a globe-spanning line-up of talent including Brooklyn’s love-struck R&B trio Wet, the UK’s Until the Ribbon Breaks’ brand of warped hip-hop and the mysterious sounds of one Australia’s most remarkable songwriter’s Eves the Behavior alongside Tkay Maidza, one of the most buzzed about young acts of the country.


With their ‘R&B that stings like a splinter’ (Dummy Magazine) Wet, with just one EP, have achieved more than most bands with a sophomore album – a unique sound they can call their own and a startling live show that they will be bringing to Australia for the very first time at intimate shows in Sydney and Melbourne and in support of regular touring partnersLondon Grammar. [Watch ‘Don’t Want to Be Your Girl’ Here]


Fresh from captivating audiences across the country as part of Laneway 2015 and across the world with her latest provoking single ‘TV’ ,  Hannah Karydas is the mysterious young lyricist and vocalist behind the EVES THE BEHAVIOR moniker. [Watch ‘TV’ Here’]


Until the Ribbon Breaks is on the verge of something bigger’ says Wall Street Journal of the once solo project of talented producer and songwriter Pete Lawrie Winfield. The band deftly weaves synthesizers, electric guitars and digital percussion and Winfield’s moody, breathy falsetto that has won him famous fans, including  Run the Jewels [Listen to ‘Revolution Indifference’ Here].


The most buzzed about young act in the country Tkay Maidza will also join the line-up with a spectacular live performance that has taken her from an online sensation to selling out show dates for the official ‘M.O.B’ tour on the day of announce.[Listen to ‘M.O.B’ Here].

Tuesday 10 Mar '15