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Working in the music industry, Sarah Homeh has begun to make a name for herself as a session musician, solo performer, lyricist, and composer. Throughout the years Sarah has both started and collaborated with numerous projects. 

 

After successfully acquiring a grant in collaboration with Create NSW, Sarah will be hosting an upcoming concert series running from February to June 2022. This concert series will focus on showcasing the work of women in jazz. 

 

More information can be found here.

 

Catalogue

 

Viewer beware: They say to look a Monstress in the eye will make you blind and then give you sight. Emerging from a dazzling sold out EP launch, Monstress have been bringing a taste for lust across Australia’s East Coast from Kiama to Coogee, and they’re taking no hostages. If you do ever find yourself in the lucky position of watching the vibrant, all female quartet take to the stage you may leave with a new definition of desire, as the divine Sarah Homeh sings with the vocal edge of Billie Holiday meets Beyonce. With sultry lullabies and silky alibis this part-jazz-part-spoken-word-part-liquid-honey-dripping-soul-moving-RnB dreamscape will make you dance with a groove that seeps out from the deepest crevices of your bones. Call all of your witches and ghouls, Monstress is coming, and yes they bite.
 

 

Jazz trio The Butchers perform classic jazz and blues standards, swinging hits, and jazz-ified versions of your favourite pop melodies. With Sarah Homeh on bass and vocals channeling influences such as Peggy Lee and Billie Holiday, you’ll think you’ve time travelled back the 50s and 60s. 

 

The band generally works as a three piece ensemble with Sarah Homeh on bass and vocals, Tom McCracken on drums, and Nicholas Lee on piano. Occasional guest appearances mimicking the likes of Miles Davis, Oscar Peterson, John Coltrane and Bill Evans may occur for those fortunate enough to hear it. 

 

Available for weddings, cocktail parties, functions, and corporate events.