Zheani Sparkes is an Australian musician, artist and occultist. A provocative truth-teller who turns earth into gold. To date, her music has accumulated 50 million streams, but she’s not content with just one discipline. Harnessing the power of the internet and fusing ritual, photography, eroticism and performance art, she has gathered a fan base eager to experience a visceral journey of contemporary female heroes.
Zheani has just released her fifth EP “I Hate People On The Internet”, her clearest and most incisive statement to date. An epochal poem of a pop record, I Hate People On The Internet allows Zheani to speak from a place of omniscience, channeling her dual experience as an inspiration to her fans and a magnet for bilious vitriol into a kind of parable about the modern world. Exploring jealousy, fear and resentment as the root causes of hatred, it represents a shift for Zheanie, a refocusing that makes her a lucid storyteller with a sharp tongue. “I realized that my story is archetypal and, unfortunately, very common”.