Electronic music producer Beatrice Lewis is one of the most exciting multifaceted artists in the current Australian music landscape. She is a songwriter, performer and producer of one of Australia’s most electrifying dance acts, Haiku Hand; a songwriter & producer for award-winning indigenous band Kardajala Kirridarra, and enjoys a flourishing career as a solo artist.

Beatrice is an alumni of the Red Bull Music Academy, has performed at major electronic music festivals from Pitch to MONA FOMA, and was named one of Beat Magazine’s “Melbourne producers that owned 2017”. She won the 2019 APRA’s Personal Development award in the Dance/Electronic category.

As a songwriter, singer and producer of innovative pop art band Haiku Hands, Beatrice has amassed millions of streams and impressed audiences and critics worldwide. Haiku Hands have toured Europe extensively, sold-out headline Australian tours, a break-out performance at SXSW and a run of US dates. Having bagged a coveted spot on the NME 100, Haiku Hands has been tipped as one of the most exciting new bands in music by the likes of Vogue, Clash, DIY, Dork, BBC Radio 1 & Beats 1.

As a solo artist, Beatrice has collaborated with pioneering electronic artists including Suzanne Ciani, Theo Parrish and Just Blaze. She co-wrote the original score for ground-breaking documentary Her Sound, Her Story, and has supported genre heavyweights including Jon Hopkins, Mark Pritchard, and Willaris.K. Beatrice recently signed to US publishing company Third Side Music.

For the past eight years, Beatrice has been a composer, workshop facilitator and strong advocate for indigenous women’s music throughout Australia. She is a member of the critically acclaimed band Kardajala Kirridarra which blends contemporary electronic music with traditional indigenous themes. Kardajala Kirridarra won MusicNT’s 2017 Folk Song of the Year & earned ‘album of the week’ at 9 radio stations including Double J, RRR and FBi

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