is an artist that carries you deep into the textured soundscapes of her cinematic bass music. A vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and electronic producer from Melbourne, she has an artistic bipolarity and sophistication that weaves itself through every beat, bar and polyrhythm. Her compelling and intimate music has a gritty distorted edge that immediately strikes a chord with audiences.
She has recently garnered industry attention with an invitation to attend the inaugural Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal in 2016… here she collaborated with many other participants from around the world. A recent addition to the Operatives roster and a rising performer on the Australian festival circuit Beatrice has performed at most major electronic festival from Rainbow Serpent, Earth Frequency, The Eclipse Festival to more mainstream festivals such as The Falls Festival and Let Them Eat Cake.
The past year has seen her support such artists as Eprom, Lapalux, Mark Pritchard, Opiou, Mad Zach and Om Unit. When she’s live on stage Beatrice transforms into electronic vocal lushness and a futuristic atmosphere of deep hip hop, subterranean bass and electrifying break beats.
For the past five years Beatrice has been a workshop facilitator and advocate for Indigenous woman’s music throughout Australia. She is currently producing for and working with the Kardajala kirri-darra (Sand hill women) featuring songstress
Eleanor Dixon, who are from Marlinja community in the Northern Territory. These ladies are the first all female band to
perform at the Bush Bands Bash in August of this year and will be releasing their debut album early next year.