Bump n’ Grind


George Williams

In early 2019 George’s world was turned on it’s head with the sudden and tragic loss of his old man. Soon after, George quit his full time job in finance to travel the world and put his dad to rest in his childhood town. After much soul-searching and a big shift in perspective on life, George realised the importance of following his passion for strong relationships, his love for music and creativity. Being constantly surrounded by amazing talent in Tasmania and seeing the huge potential in local artists, George became motivated to help push them to the top and put Tassie on the map. Bump n’ Grind was born.



Hugo is an accomplished performer. Whether he's on the streets or the main stage, his training as a circus artist brings high energy and a unique set of skills to his live shows. With over eight years of experience as a professional street performer, songwriter and musician, Hugo has developed an interactive improvisation style that incorporates his audiences.

Since his debut offering of 'Both Ways' in April 2018, subsequent single 'Feel the Love' and debut EP ‘Floppy Disco’, he has amassed 130,000+ Spotify streams, an inspired reaction from fans and mainstage slots at Falls Festival, The Australian Open and Party In The Paddock.

Hugo’s electric live show has also secured him support slots for the likes of The Presets, Angus & Julia Stone, Bastille, and Flight Facilities to name a few. With his debut album set for release in 2020 along with upcoming support for RUFUS DU SOL at their Hobart show - watch this space as he continues to grow as a must-watch live act.


ZIOS is indisputably one of Tasmania’s most established dance music artists. At the age of 22 he is already well recognized for his unique bassline-driven house music, which has recently been signed to Australian powerhouse Club Sweat and subsequently receiving airtime on triple j. The Hobart based DJ and producer is no stranger to the nightlife - having played weekly residencies to packed out venues since the age of 18 and selling out his own headline shows to crowds of 300 plus.

The past 12 months have already consisted of various highlights such as accumulating over 100,000 plays on his music, performing at Falls Festival in Marion Bay and securing support slots for the likes of Dom Dolla, The Aston Shuffle, Odd Mob and Godlands in both Hobart and Melbourne.

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