Starting May with a bang Sosueme. brings you party starter Wongo, neo-soul/hip hop outfit BILLY DAVIS & THE GOOD LORDS and RnB singer/songwriter Ric Rufio.
Plus local legends SPORTS, David Bagma and Ella Maximillion on the decks.
FREE | 8PM | WED MAY 3
Wongo is the sort of cat that makes certified house records, club jams, party starters, panty droppers, wig out weapons… you know the sort of stuff that gets the d-floor sweating, shaking, hands up – heads down vibes.
Billy Davis is a musical juggernaut which features up to 11 members when playing live, pieced together by the multi-talented band leader and chief-songwriter William Rimington. Their style mirrors luminaries like Kaytranada, Anderson Paak and the Internet, with their upbeat jams appearing as a breath of fresh air on the Australian music scene.
It was during the crucial, formative years of Ric Rufio’s youth that he discovered his love of RnB. Drawn to the sentimentality and the earnestness of 90’s acts like Boyz II Men, Terence Trent D’arby and Sade, or the understated genius of greats like Donny Hathaway, Ric had found a sound that resonated within. It’s only natural then that it was this sound that would eventually draw him to start creating his own music.
Having landed roles as a backing vocalist and musician, touring with the likes of Adele, Nick Murphy, Daniel Johns and Kirin J Callinan, Ric began writing his own music, experimenting with sounds and discovering the natural ease he felt writing RnB.