Tiny Little Houses: Have returned with brand new song Garbage Bin, which has a deep sentimental meaning for lead singer Caleb Karvountzis. The song is so meaningful for Caleb as it was the last song he wrote with friend Fergus Miller before his tragic passing. As such this show will be something special for those in attendance.
Thu, Aug 17, The Lansdowne
Drunk Mums: The Melbourne rock outfit return with their new single, Ode To Death, which continues on from their recent homage to hard rock and punk heard on previous release Leather. The four piece, have built a reputation for their rowdy shows over the years so head on out tomorrow night and enjoy a great show.
Fri, Aug 18, The Chippo Hotel
Lanks: Hailed as one of the country’s most exciting new talents, his touring exploits with acts such as RÜFÜS, Vera Blue, Glass Animals, and Toro y Moi have seen Lanks' loyal fan-base grow exponentially. There is no doubt that 2017 will continue to see this exceptional rising talent take over.
Sat, Aug 19, Leadbelly
Schubert’s Winterreise: Internationally renowned baritone Barry Ryan and pianist Jeanell Carrigan perform Schubert’s Winterreise, a brilliant song cycle that is a profound reflection of human fate - and one of the great Romantic masterpieces. Australian baritone Barry Ryan OAM has performed in concert throughout Europe, Australia and Asia. eanell Carrigan studied at the Sydney and Queensland Conservatories and then in Europe with Nancy Salas, Leah Horwitz, Pamela Page, Alfons Kontarsky and Karl Engel and is currently Associate Professor at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Sun, Aug 20, The Independent Theatre
Trash Boat: Heading to Australia to support Trophy Eyes on The Home Is Australian Tour, Trash Boat will take some time away to play their own intimate shows for the first time on Australian soil. Making their maiden voyage to Australia off the back of their 2016 debut album, Nothing I Write You Can Change What You've Been Through, fans have been eagerly awaiting this tour so expect this to be an action packed way to kick off your week.
Mon, Aug 21, Brighton Up Bar
Anna Of The North: In three years since the release of debut single, Sway, the Norwegian-Kiwi duo of Anna Lotterud and Brady Daniell-Smith have paved the way for their full-length debut, Lovers, which is out next month. Ahead of the release of the album the duo are bringing their clean, springy beats and shimmering synths underpinned by the rich, emotive clarity of Anna’s voice to Australia.
Wed, Aug 23, Hudson Ballroom
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