Equal parts demonic and elegant, Rebel Yell's dark, industrial and hazy musical output takes the receiver to a fervent dance floor where everyone is sweating, possessed by heavy basslines and mechanical spells. A purveyor of dark and industrial techno, Rebel Yell's musical output is best absorbed with eyes closed, a large PA and a willingness to surrender your limbs to and let go of the real world.
Rebel Yell resists labels even as she has fun playing into them - the hot blonde posing in leather on Instagram, the cool girl performing in baggy shirts and jumpers by night, the sweetheart schoolteacher by day. Linking all these personas is the creative force of Grace Stevenson, the artist behind Rebel Yell, the fresh voice in Australian techno that you ignore at your peril. A confessed overthinker, Grace has always used Rebel Yell to turn a tangle of thoughts into a pure uncomplicated expression: fucking bangers. And audiences all over the world love what she does.
Rebel Yell’s diverse and adaptable sound has seen her support a vast range of international artists ranging from Orbital, Charli XCX, Brooke Candy, Pertubator, Youth Code and Australian artists These New South Whales, Rainbow Chan, Nun and more. Having completed a Europe and Japan tour and slots on Dark Mofo and Splendour In The Grass, Rebel Yell is expanding audiences far and wide to an off kilter electronic sound.
Day For Night: The Pleasure Arc (Sydney World Pride, 2022)