Live Review & Gallery: Rising Artist Yagki’s Stellar Set Kicks Off Evening Ahead of Joan & the Giants – Eora/Sydney 16.03.24

In the vibrant depths of Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, a rising star hailing from Western Sydney, Yagki (pronounced Yagi), recently stole the spotlight with her dynamic fusion of sounds blending pop and rock influences. Commanding the intimate OAF Gallery stage, she kicked off the evening as the opening act for indie-alt rock favourites Joan & the Giants.

With her signature fiery red hair and a presence reminiscent of a modern-day rock icon, Yagki brought a fresh energy to the stage, evoking vibes akin to the edgy spirit of Y2K punk rock. Her performance was nothing short of electrifying, embodying the essence of pop-rock with a distinct edge.

Yagki’s musical journey has been on a steady rise, marked by a 25-show national tour across Australia in 2023. Her debut EP, ‘I Love You, I Lied‘, and hit singles like ‘Just Like Me‘ and ‘Alone‘ have earned her praise for their infectious melodies and sincere lyrics.

At Oxford Art Factory, Yagki delivered a captivating performance, showcasing her powerful vocals and undeniable stage presence. Each song she performed was infused with raw emotion and genuine authenticity.

Next up, Yagki will be taking the stage at the Workers Club in Naarm/Melbourne on Sunday, April 14th. However, it’s her announcement of a very special night on April 27th at Oxford Art Factory that’s truly grabbing our attention. Yagki will treat her fans to an exclusive performance featuring an entire set of unreleased music.

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