Serenade me to oblivion' is the eclectic debut EP from melbourne musician Thomas C. Baud aka Invisible Dears. Blending rich harmonies, diverse instrumentation, intricate guitar work and powerful lead Vocals 'Serenade me to oblivion' spans many familiar genres like folk, rock, country and psychedelic, but in the end has made its own space of originality
The Stormy Mondays have one goal in life, and that is to play nothing but the hottest blues and the coolest R&B. The soulful vocals of Katherine Francis make you wanna forget your troubles and get real gone to the sound of a smoking guitar and sax. And the hottest rhythm section in town will make you wanna boogie like a sailor just back from the war. If you think music hasn't been the same since the 50s, we hear ya!
Supported by the artful guitar mastery of Brian Fitzgerald and Gideon Cozens in Driftwood Lounge, this is gonna be a night of music the way God intended it to be - hip, kickin' and suave.
Songs from Afield are back for their end of year show. They are slightly taller and have a bunch of new songs. They have also updated their riders which haven't as yet been attended to, so if you can bring a stuffed cat (or 20), a snake or one of those little toy dogs that barks and does backflips, you can get in for half price. You can also get in for half price if you dress your bike up as a time machine
Hailing from Melbourne, This dark siren of song has performed for many years as part of the city's vibrant live music scene, as well as venturing further afield to play shows in Adelaide, Sydney and West Canada.
Sarah Eida is a captivating, powerful presence on stage, whether playing solo or accompanied by her live band, The Garden of Eida.
Sarah has shared the stage with renowned artists including Monique Brumby, ex Bachelor Girl Tania Doko And Sydney Front man of Melody Black, Johnathan Devoy. In 2008, Sarah released the EP 'Trophie Girl', followed in 2009 by a music video for her second single 'My Forgotten Ruin'. She has just recently released her debut album 'Lady Wolf'.
Melbourne's She-Wolf has now released her debut album 'Lady Wolf'. Recorded at the Wick, This Awesome concept album features an alternative collection of hard knocken Dirty blues tunes with a dark burlesque twist. Since her album released the Wolves her Australian and Canadian Fans grow bigger in her great following.
Need a reason to help you get over the hump?
Come down to Simply Acoustic on Wednesday’s and discover some of Melbourne’s finest Acoustic talent free in the band room.
Make a night of it, catch up with friends, have a meal a few drinks but be home early as we kick off 3 talented acts from 7.30 and finish at 9.30pm.
TankT were formed out of a mess of end of 2013 uni recitals and mutual bands, and emerged with a brand new gypsy rock sound in all it’s pink grungy glory! With a 3 piece rockin’ horn section, and music written by Liz Blackthorn and Charlie Woods, TankT’s rowdy drinking tunes are sure to brighten up your beers!
harmed from the depths of guitarist/composer Sam McAuliffe’s psyche, Elliot Cline offers a collection of truths and lies, assembled from the insights of practice and naivety.
Delivered by the endearing vocals of Rachael Comte and guitar accompaniment by Sam McAuliffe, Elliot Cline was born amidst a strong friendship to suggest stories of what may or may have never been.
With songs about boozy nights, bad decisions, broken hearts and the best intentions, Brooke Russell blends country, blues, folk and swing to appease her love of all things vintage.
Sam Lohs feels luckier than most. After spending almost 20 years in the music world she has criss-crossed the globe more times than she can count and she’s not tired of it yet. Sam spent 12 years in the internationally recognised band, ‘Fruit’ touring in Europe, UK, Asia, North and South America, Canada and of course her home country Australia. Since 2010 Sam has been playing drums and singing with folk roots darlings ‘The Rosie Burgess Trio’, receiving national and international acclaim.
Sam has performed at Festivals such as Womad (Adelaide/Germany/Seattle/UK) Woodford Folk Festival, Calgary Folk Festival, California Worldfest, Falls Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Byron Bay Blues Festival.
Finding time in between all this, Sam has continued to develop her own brand of honest, raw and heartfelt music, releasing two solo albums ‘6 degrees’ and ‘We Trip Over Things’, and is now bringing forth her newest solo album ‘How You See Me’. Featuring the stylings of sought after Australian musicians Tim Bennett, Marley Berry-Pearce, Aurora Jane, Rosie Burgess and Dan Brown, the album showcases Sam’s unique style as a songwriter and musician. Produced and engineered by Mojo Junction’s own Aurora Jane, the album was recorded in many high profile studios across Victoria.
For the launch of ‘How You See Me’, Sam will have the whole band in tow and it promises to be a celebration of the epic kind
Happy holidays from everyone at The Wesley Anne...
Double bassist Kain Borlase brings together two luminary Melbourne jazz musicians, alto saxophonist Dave Rex and drummer Sam Bates to present hard swinging acoustic bebop
jazz in the New York tradition.
Chill out with friends and while away a sunny summa afternoon and eve in Northcote with 6 of the north side's finest female-fronted bands. A diverse musical smorgasbord of talent that will have your ears feasting on folk, country, rock, pop, blues, soul and beyond.
“A night of frivolity and fun” Heckler
A monthly vaudeville night featuring Melbourne's most unique and experimental comedians, cabaret artists and variety performers.
Hosted by Comic Accordionist LIZ SKITCH, this month’s line up features cabaret superstar YANA ALANA, hilarious harpist and comedian LINDA BEATTY, Adelaide’s queen of quirk, songstress ANYA ANASTASIA, twisted contortionist AMY MACPHERSON, circus antics with OLIVIA PORTER and the inimitable absurdist with words LISA- SKYE GOODES!