Gigs guide – 278

March 18, 2016

Sunday 20th March Three Piece Suite Come and see string trio Three Piece Suite play a late matinee performance in Annandale. From Beethoven to Schubert, these high-class musicians will keep you entertained with European classical […]

Gigs guide – 235

June 11, 2014

 Thursday 12th June Mojo Juju (pictured above) Super sexy sound here. It has a solid blues bass track and vocals, throw in some jazzy trumpets and some rocking guitar tracks and you have a great […]

Gigs Guide – 233

May 12, 2014

Friday 16th May Mustered Courage (pictured above) Old-school bluegrass fused with modern roots style music, pretty much makes the soft rock of Powderfinger. It isn’t really anything that special in my opinion, but I like […]

Gigs guide – 232

April 28, 2014

Friday 2nd May Bitter Sweet Kicks First thing I heard about this band was that they have a penchant for sweat, beer, nudity and boisterous performances. Turns out that’s really true; their bassist likes to […]

Gigs Guide – 231

April 14, 2014

 Thursday 17th April The Delta Riggs Sporting haircuts taken directly from This Is Spinal Tap (pictured above), this Melbourne four-piece jumps from genre to genre with reckless abandon. One second it’s blues rock, then it will […]

Gigs Guide – 230

March 31, 2014

Saturday 29th March Christopher Coleman Collective This young Tasmanian folk musician is touring his just released debut album. At first his distinct Aussie accent put me off but it actually starts to add to his […]

Gigs Guide – 229

March 17, 2014

Saturday 22nd March Better than the Wizards This is a six-piece band from Melbourne (pictured) that is jumping across plenty of genres; they have a soulful saxophonist who will suddenly start making calypso sounds and […]

Gigs guide – 227

February 17, 2014

 Saturday 15th Feb Diesel Over twenty years in the business and Diesel is still able to make new, interesting music. His latest album is quite bluesy and sounds a bit John Butler Trio. The only […]

Gigs Guide – 226

February 4, 2014

St Jerome’s Laneway festival Music lovers rejoice, summer is upon us and that means festivals. There really is nothing that quite matches spending a day or two in the sun, hanging with your mates, maybe […]

A Merry Musical Christmas

December 16, 2013

For those who love Christmas and music, but aren’t the biggest fan of carols, these are the best places to catch a tune…   Sat 14th December The Workers Christmas Party First up, The Workers […]

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