Music is a huge part of PROJECT ROCKIT. We wanted to give you some great music made by up-and-coming Aussie artists. So we teamed up with a bunch of people who've got the goods and inserted their music into the earphones of our passengers in Workshop 3. You can download all of the tracks via the earphone emoji above!
When Ash isn’t playing soulful gigs around Sydney or writing new tunes, he's helping others find their passion through his own music school In stone Creative. Look familiar? He's one of our proud alumni and was a P-ROCK presenter until 2018!Listen Here
Elk and Mammoth is equal parts Ethan, Max, Alex and Tim. Having released their fair share of gutsy singles and earned some stage space among Melbourne’s indie-rock scene, they're gearing up for more. Oh, and Ethan is one of our amazing presenters!Listen here
Born in South Sudan, Ror emigrated with his family when he was 9, and uses music to share his experiences of triumph and hardship, inspiring a young generation of go-getters. Look familiar? You might see Ror as one of our presenters!Listen here
Hailing from regional VIC, Janie has been singing and songwriting since primary school. Janie scored a spot at The Hills Are Alive and NYE on the Hill festivals and performed at Fed Square in for FYA's Unleashed festival.Listen here
This fierce young change-maker from Alice Springs has achieved some incredible things in his time on the planet. Inspired by his 2012 trip to Ethiopia, Caleb launched his own online platform for social change, The Aware Project. The Aware Project provides a safe online space to discuss issues like mental health, racism, poverty and homelessness. For his work Caleb has been awarded the Young Centralian Citizen of the Year award and the Foundation for Young Australians’ (FYA) Jumpstart award.
Although Workshop 3 is set at night, the opening scene was actually shot during the afternoon in order to get a really great quality image. Our photographic wiz took a sweet photo of Max, Madii, Jonnie, Peter and Alex, then changed the lighting in Photoshop so that it looks like night time.
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