TIARYN
Jul
21
6:00 pm18:00

TIARYN

From as early as she can remember, Tiaryn has been deeply connected to the emotional power of song and the art of expressing the human experience. Her effortless stage presence and soaring voice gracefully combines pop, electronic, and soul elements. Along with her 5 piece band, Tiaryn has a unique and modern sound featuring catchy synths, lush harmonies, dirty beats and compelling stories.. Free in the front bar.

THE BEAN PROJECT ALBUM LAUNCH
Jul
21
8:00 pm20:00

THE BEAN PROJECT ALBUM LAUNCH

$15 on the door

In January Belgrave’s beloved French-horn clad quintet The Bean Project recorded their debut album ‘Naked Trees’. After 3 months of touring the country, playing at Port Fairy Folk Festival, National Folk Festival and showcasing in Kansas City at Folk Alliance International, the 2016 FAA Artist of the Year are finally set to release 'Naked Trees' on 22nd June supported by a Melbourne album launch show at The Wesley Anne on 22nd July.

‘Naked Trees’ is like a good whisky - strong, woody and rich, and after a while you can’t help your booty from shaking. The album sways from enthusiastic groovy numbers such as ‘Gaps’ to tear-jerking singer-songwriter songs such as ‘Never Been More Alone.’ Inspired by the naked trees it is named after, the production took a no frills, no gimmicks, straight forward approach, using great microphones to record great performances. Described as ‘the odd marriage of James Taylor and The Cat Empire,’ The Bean Project’s premier record carves its own path in a highly saturated sonic landscape, and will be available on Spotify, iTunes and Bandcamp from 22nd June.

Wesbite // YouTube // Facebook

 

 

HELLO TUT TUT trio
Jul
22
6:00 pm18:00

HELLO TUT TUT trio

Clarinet, guitar and fiddle will be gracing your senses on a Saturday night as three of the seven members from the high energy world music band Hello Tut Tut  play for you two hours of klezmer, balkan and original tunes to ease you into your evening. Come on down to the Wesley Anne, get a mulled wine pull up a pew and enjoy the music. Free in the front bar.

Facebook // YouTube

THE AHERN BROTHERS
Jul
22
8:00 pm20:00

THE AHERN BROTHERS

Get tickets here

Both highly respected solo artists and songwriters in their own right, Steve Grady and Josh Rennie- Hynes formed The Ahern Brothers after an impromptu trip to the United States in late 2016. They are gearing up to release their self-titled debut album on June 23, with the rest single ‘Comb That River’ coming out on May 15. The duo are set to tour nationally off the back of the album, kicking off with a string of dates in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. 

ZOJ
Jul
23
4:00 pm16:00

ZOJ

A thrilling combination of Persian music and post rock motifs.  ZÖJ draws influence from surroundings, exploring space and time, interpreting audience, and communicating with energy, leading to a complex and orchestral dynamic.

ZÖJ is Gelareh Pour on Voice, Kamancheh Alto and Brian O'Dwyer on Drums.

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TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Jul
26
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

BOB HUTCHINSON
Jul
27
6:00 pm18:00

BOB HUTCHINSON

Melbourne singer-songwriter Bob Hutchison returns to the Wesley Anne front bar to play two sets of original folk and americana music.

 Influenced by his youth spent between homes and the great lyricists and writers of the 20th century, Bob's songs are proud, intimate and deeply reflective of the modern world, all the while told through traditions and stories from days gone by. Musically Bob's songs are animated by his authentic tenor voice, driving bluegrass guitar rhythms and delicate folk-style fingerpicking.  This is Bob's first show since returning from overseas, expect new original songs and a few tall tales.

TIARYN
Jul
28
6:00 pm18:00

TIARYN

From as early as she can remember, Tiaryn has been deeply connected to the emotional power of song and the art of expressing the human experience. Her effortless stage presence and soaring voice gracefully combines pop, electronic, and soul elements. Along with her 5 piece band, Tiaryn has a unique and modern sound featuring catchy synths, lush harmonies, dirty beats and compelling stories.. Free in the front bar.

HELLO TUT TUT trio
Jul
29
6:00 pm18:00

HELLO TUT TUT trio

Clarinet, guitar and fiddle will be gracing your senses on a Saturday night as three of the seven members from the high energy world music band Hello Tut Tut  play for you two hours of klezmer, balkan and original tunes to ease you into your evening. Come on down to the Wesley Anne, get a mulled wine pull up a pew and enjoy the music. Free in the front bar.

Facebook // YouTube

In The Circle with James Franklin, Jade Alice, Olivier Martin and Qualia.
Jul
29
8:00 pm20:00

In The Circle with James Franklin, Jade Alice, Olivier Martin and Qualia.

Soul/Pop Artist James Franklin has hand-picked three of his favourite artists from Melbourne to showcase alongside himself at the newest Songwriters night in town. On July 29th at The Welsey Anne, join these four incredible songwriters as they share stories about the art of songwriting and what inspires them to take a thought or a memory and give it life in the form of a song. As all the acts take the stage together, you never know what kind of collaborations could happen.    $10 on the door.

James Franklin // Jade Alice // Olivier Martin // Qualia

ZOJ
Jul
30
4:00 pm16:00

ZOJ

A thrilling combination of Persian music and post rock motifs.  ZÖJ draws influence from surroundings, exploring space and time, interpreting audience, and communicating with energy, leading to a complex and orchestral dynamic.

ZÖJ is Gelareh Pour on Voice, Kamancheh Alto and Brian O'Dwyer on Drums.

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The Moulin Beige
Aug
1
7:30 pm19:30

The Moulin Beige

Come on down to the warmest comedy room in town and experience The Moulin Beige. This award winning comedy cabaret takes place on the first Tuesday of every month at the Wesley Anne, where you can enjoy a scrumptious meal by the fireplace while you take in the show.  Featuring Melbourne’s most extraordinary alternative comedy acts, our Winter Warmer Moulin Beige is going to burst your bellies, split your sides and blow your minds.  We welcome back Australia’s Queen of Corporate, KAREN FROM FINANCE, Melbourne’s answer to Buster Keaton, Daniel Oldaker, the booty shakin’ physical comedy stylin’ of TESSA WATERS, Stand Up and Triple R host, GERALDINE HICKEY and Rolla Bolla Vaudevillian ALEX GELLMANN. Our Winter Warmer Moulin Beige will be MC’d by our hostess with the mostess, the squeezeboxing comedian LIZ SKITCH, ‘Simply ahhhh-mazing’ – Heckler.

Show starts 7.30pm. Tickets $15 Concession, $20 Full Price or try the $30 show and meal deal. Bookings essential http://www.trybooking.com/DDEB  

Line Up:

KAREN FROM FINANCE

Queen of Corporate

‘Had me in stitches’ – Theatrepress

 

DANIEL OLDAKER

Physical Comic

"High energy clowning rivals Buster Keaton." – The Advertiser

 

TESSA WATERS

Award winning Booty Shaker

‘Roars of side-aching laughter’ – ThreeWeeks

 

GERALDINE HICKEY

Stand Up & Triple R Host

‘Deadpan Brilliance’ – Herald Sun

 

ALEXANDER GELLMAN

Rolla Bolla Vaudevillian

‘Unique circus skills and just a touch of magic’ – Theatre Press

 

LIZ SKITCH

Squeezeboxing Comedian & MC

‘Simply ahhhh-mazing’ – Heckler

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Aug
2
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

Tammy Heider
Aug
3
6:00 pm18:00

Tammy Heider

Playing her own brand of casio folk Tammy Haider will be playing a mini residency at Wesley Anne on Thursday 3rd and 10th August. Performing stripped back versions of songs from her forthcoming album,"The One" plus skeletal re workings of old songs she will be joined on the 3rd of August by Alana Lorenzon whose moody guitar ramblings are sure to be a sweet treat. 

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The Dany Maia Trio
Aug
4
6:00 pm18:00

The Dany Maia Trio

Dany Maia Trio 6pm free front bar

Direct from Salvador, Bahia, Dany Maia brings the authentic sounds of Brazilian music to Australian audiences.

Having begun her artistic career touring Brazil, Portugal and Spain as a professional dancer, Dany later decided to make singing her main focus.

Dany has shared the stage with important Brazilian artists including Margareth Menezes and Carla Cristina, as well as performing at the famous Carnivals both in Sao Paulo and Salvador. 
A reflection of the cultural melting-pot in which Dany was born and raised, her music merges Brazilian dance rhythms with classic (Bossa Nova) songs, jazz and pop (Samba) tunes.

A multi-talented performer with an irrepressible stage presence, Dany Maia embodies the true spirit of the 'Baiana.'

Dany will be joined by Diego Villalta (guitar) and Jorge Albuquerque (electric bass).

This trio is not to be missed!

Facebook // Instagram // Leve by Dany Maia

The Blue Hotel
Aug
4
8:00 pm20:00

The Blue Hotel

The Blue Hotel 8pm $10 Band room

To celebrate the release of The Blue Hotels' debut E.P 'Stand in Gold', the Melbourne ambient pop 5 piece are holding an evening at the Wesley Anne on Friday 4th August with special guests Dogood and Murklins. 

'Stand in Gold' tempts the listener with a sideways glance across the room in a full bar on a rainy August evening. A mulled wine the odd cigarette and a slow burning fire. 

Bandcamp

Aug
5
6:00 pm18:00

Balajo

Balajo is going to light our fires tonight. They play incredible Gypsy Jazz to get your Saturday night started from 6pm.

Soundcloud

Sunday Jazz Session
Aug
7
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Jazz Session

Jazz Jam at Wesley Anne 3pm free band room

Jazz Jam at the Wesley Anne featuring Line Matter. PA, drum kit, bass & guitar amp provided. Bring your instrument and join in the fun or just come along and enjoy the music on a Sunday afternoon.

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Aug
9
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

Tammy Heider
Aug
10
6:00 pm18:00

Tammy Heider

Playing her own brand of casio folk Tammy Haider will be playing a mini residency at Wesley Anne on Thursday 3rd and 10th August. Performing stripped back versions of songs from her forthcoming album,"The One" plus skeletal re workings of old songs.

Eventfinda

The Dany Maia Trio
Aug
11
6:00 pm18:00

The Dany Maia Trio

Dany Maia Trio 6pm free front bar

Direct from Salvador, Bahia, Dany Maia brings the authentic sounds of Brazilian music to Australian audiences.

Having begun her artistic career touring Brazil, Portugal and Spain as a professional dancer, Dany later decided to make singing her main focus.

Dany has shared the stage with important Brazilian artists including Margareth Menezes and Carla Cristina, as well as performing at the famous Carnivals both in Sao Paulo and Salvador. 
A reflection of the cultural melting-pot in which Dany was born and raised, her music merges Brazilian dance rhythms with classic (Bossa Nova) songs, jazz and pop (Samba) tunes.

A multi-talented performer with an irrepressible stage presence, Dany Maia embodies the true spirit of the 'Baiana.'

Dany will be joined by Diego Villalta (guitar) and Jorge Albuquerque (electric bass).

This trio is not to be missed!

Facebook // Instagram // Leve by Dany Maia

Aug
12
6:00 pm18:00

Balajo

Balajo is going to light our fires tonight. They play incredible Gypsy Jazz to get your Saturday night started from 6pm.

Soundcloud

GRAIN OF TRUTH
Aug
13
1:15 pm13:15

GRAIN OF TRUTH

Free, band room

The Grain of Truth Network is a monthly comedy show podcast in the style of a digital radio station where Melbourne's best comedians and improvisers are presenting segments, shows and interviews that are bizarre, surreal and nonsensical. David S. Innes (Innes LloydThe Mighty Little Puppet Show) is the host of the show, the sequel to the hit gameshow Grain of Truth and the other panellists are called upon at random to play ridiculous characters and deliver responses to bizarre questions and fun facts that are more fun than fact. Think a cross between Whose Line is it Anyway? and The Project, with a good measure of old time radio adventures.

Created by David S. Innes.

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Beers & Hymns
Aug
13
5:30 pm17:30

Beers & Hymns

An event celebrating 40 years of the Uniting Church. You are welcome whether you have never sung a hymn or if you go to church regularly. No sermons, no pressure, just beer and hymns. 

An initiative of Chalice and Richmond Uniting

Sunday 13th August 5.30pm onwards
Wesley Anne 250 High St, Northcote
Bring a copy of TIS or AHB (song books for those who have them)
Everyone is welcome
No door charge

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Aug
16
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

Anna Smyrk (Trio)
Aug
17
6:00 pm18:00

Anna Smyrk (Trio)

Free in the front bar, Anna Smyrk will warm your winter cockles with tunes inspired by much hotter places. Joined by friends on banjo, violin and dobro guitar she plays delicate folk songs that tell beautifully-crafted stories about two years spent living and working in Asia and the Pacific. Described by ABC Radio National as "exquisite", Anna is back in town for a short time before she heads out on a national tour in September. 

Website // Facebook // The Murder of Alan Beyne (Live)

Losumo
Aug
18
6:00 pm18:00

Losumo

6pm free front bar

Losumo is an ever evolving singer and songwriter, whom embodies a ceaseless streaming source of creative energy that flows into all art forms the world provides framework for. The organic, the abnormal, and irregular come naturally to Losumo, she speaks through her essence with an unadulterated stream of consciousness that can be compared to no other.

CO-GROUND FOLK SHOW #2
Aug
18
8:00 pm20:00

CO-GROUND FOLK SHOW #2

Get tickets here - $15

 After the success of their first sold out Folk Show, Co-Ground invites fans of intimate live music back to the Wesley Anne in August for a second captivating and purposeful show, featuring four of Melbourne's most loved contemporary folk artists - AmistatAriela JacobsMia Wray & Spiritus. All funds from the night will go towards a new school library and classroom project on in the village of Sara in Vanuatu..

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo
Aug
19
6:00 pm18:00

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo 6pm free front bar

Dirty Lopez and his sax Mambo is a four piece Latin group from Melbourne.

We recently came together from previous larger Latin band (Da Chos) where we have been playing lots of shows and festivals around Australia for almost 20 years.

We play various Latin (and some modern hip tunes-Latin-fied) tunes as well as originals.

The band Includes: Henry Chaparro - Vocals, composer, Jorge Duran - Keys, Steve Forss -Drums, Percuss, and Cristian Lopez - Vocals, Sax

The Jack Earle Big Band
Aug
20
2:00 pm14:00

The Jack Earle Big Band

The Jack Earle Big Band $15 // $10 conc. 2pm

The Jack Earle Big Band is honoured to be playing at The Wesley Anne for the first time! The exciting 18 piece band is sure to knock the socks off the this vibey Northcote gem! Bringing an evening of original music, whacky covers, and a vibrant big band sound, The Jack Earle Big Band at The Wesley Anne is set to be an awesome way to spend your Sunday afternoon. 

Website // Facebook // Youtube // Soundcloud

Samassin
Aug
20
8:00 pm20:00

Samassin

Samassin 6pm free front bar

Earthy, vibrant ,original eastern-tinged jazz with exotic rhythms and cinematic beauty...a musical journey through ancient landscapes.
Two years into our adventures in lush, cinematic, world fusion music, Samassin have finished recording their first album. The originals on this album “Golden Muse” are rich with exotic melodies and grooves, each piece a vivid and emotional journey. Written by Kirsty Pittman and beautifully interpreted by the band, these enigmatic compositions draw on the influences of jazz and traditional rhythmic ideas from the Middle East and Turkey.

The sound is rich and textured and the quartet's members play with passion and energy, with each musician equally comfortable soloing or playing as part of the ensemble. The connection between the players is also worth-noting: it's clear that these four know they are creating a special sound. 

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Aug
23
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

Anna Smyrk (Trio)
Aug
24
6:00 pm18:00

Anna Smyrk (Trio)

Free in the front bar, Anna Smyrk will warm your winter cockles with tunes inspired by much hotter places. Joined by friends on banjo, violin and dobro guitar she plays delicate folk songs that tell beautifully-crafted stories about two years spent living and working in Asia and the Pacific. Described by ABC Radio National as "exquisite", Anna is back in town for a short time before she heads out on a national tour in September. 

Website // Facebook // The Murder of Alan Beyne (Live)

Drew Woolley + Agamous Betty
Aug
24
8:00 pm20:00

Drew Woolley + Agamous Betty

Drew Woolley + Agamous Betty 8pm $5

Agamous Betty (Bandcamp) is an experimental pop artist, his songwriting and production has been compared to the likes of Elliot Smith, the new pornography era cure and the flaming lips, among others. His emotionally affecting and insightful blunt lyrics combined with his roughly angelic vocal layerings make Betty an unmissable act.

Drew Woolley had been described as doom-folk by some, mournful by others and outright affecting by most. His understandings and perusing of language and texture are almost forgotten by the pure naturalism and emotional caressing audience members are invited to. 
The sometimes mournful "somethings subversive" always profoundly present aesthetics and sounds they produce within a multitude of mediums are what put them among the intelligentsia of Melbourne's elite song-smiths. Not to be missed by those seeking out a deeper more enriching musical experience. 

Zyklus

Losumo
Aug
25
6:00 pm18:00

Losumo

Losumo 6pm free front bar

Losumo is an ever evolving singer and songwriter, whom embodies a ceaseless streaming source of creative energy that flows into all art forms the world provides framework for. The organic, the abnormal, and irregular come naturally to Losumo, she speaks through her essence with an unadulterated stream of consciousness that can be compared to no other.

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo
Aug
26
6:00 pm18:00

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo

Dirty Lopez and his Sax Mambo 6pm free front bar

Dirty Lopez and his sax Mambo is a four piece Latin group from Melbourne.

We recently came together from previous larger Latin band (Da Chos) where we have been playing lots of shows and festivals around Australia for almost 20 years.

We play various Latin (and some modern hip tunes-Latin-fied) tunes as well as originals.

The band Includes: Henry Chaparro - Vocals, composer, Jorge Duran - Keys, Steve Forss -Drums, Percuss, and Cristian Lopez - Vocals, Sax

CARPENTER CASWELL (ALBUM LAUNCH) + KATIE BRIANNA + THE WEEPING WILLOWS
Aug
26
8:00 pm20:00

CARPENTER CASWELL (ALBUM LAUNCH) + KATIE BRIANNA + THE WEEPING WILLOWS

Carpenter Caswell (Album Launch) + Katie Brianna + The Weeping Willows 8pm $20

Carpenter Caswell, are a new duo, but in name only. Allan Caswell is an Australian artist that needs no introduction. Arguably Australia’s most recorded songwriter in any genre, his career spans over 4 decades in the country music world. As an artist his much celebrated career continues to evolve, including this collaboration with Michael Carpenter. Carpenter himself is no stranger to the Australian music scene. A singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer-engineer with well over 3 decades of involvement in the industry, he’s no slouch in the experience department. Together they’ve created the duo’s debut album, being launched at the Wesley Anne. The album showcases the duo’s unique interpretation of ‘Austracana’ - Australian Alternative Country music. With everything from classic old school country sounds, to bluegrass, to folk, to straight down the line country rock, the album (including 3 top ten singles), and the show they’ve put together to showcase it, takes the audience on a trip through the creative minds of 2 great Australian songwriters, and the way they see the world after a few years of being in it!

The Weeping Willows are a wonderful Melbourne based duo that are going from strength to strength. Drawing on folk, bluegrass and country music, combined with great songwriting and a unique combination of the voices of Laura Coates and Andrew Wrigglesworth, the band celebrated their first Golden Guitar nominations this year for their album “Before Darkness Comes A-Callin’”. Their always captivating videos from the album have seen them become a staple on the Country Music Channel, and a rigorous touring schedule around the country over the last 18 months has seen their live show evolve into a potent display of contemporary Alternative Country.

Katie Brianna has been busy this year, following up the success of her Golden Guitar nominated album “Victim or the Heroine” with a solid array of touring up and down the East Coast both in solo and full band mode. With one of the most captivating and compelling voices in the Alternative Country realm, her songwriting has started to find an audience across the country thanks to good successes with the first 3 singles from the album.

This show promises to be one of the highlights of the Melbourne Alternative Country calendar, with 3 acts at the top of their game, showcasing great music from their newest album. A show not to be missed!

Facebook Pages: 

Carpenter Caswell // The Weeping Willows // Katie Brianna

Samassin
Aug
27
8:00 pm20:00

Samassin

Samassin 6pm free front bar

Earthy, vibrant ,original eastern-tinged jazz with exotic rhythms and cinematic beauty...a musical journey through ancient landscapes.
Two years into our adventures in lush, cinematic, world fusion music, Samassin have finished recording their first album. The originals on this album “Golden Muse” are rich with exotic melodies and grooves, each piece a vivid and emotional journey. Written by Kirsty Pittman and beautifully interpreted by the band, these enigmatic compositions draw on the influences of jazz and traditional rhythmic ideas from the Middle East and Turkey.

The sound is rich and textured and the quartet's members play with passion and energy, with each musician equally comfortable soloing or playing as part of the ensemble. The connection between the players is also worth-noting: it's clear that these four know they are creating a special sound. 

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Aug
30
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

Brooke Taylor
Aug
31
6:00 pm18:00

Brooke Taylor

Brooke Taylor 6pm free front bar

Brooke's music style encompasses alternative folk, roots and country-pop elements. She writes about the human condition, drawing listeners in with her strong storytelling and raw emotion. Her songs are layered with rhythm guitar melodies, honey-toned vocals and soulful lyrics. Taylor is an exciting performer with a magnetic energy.

 Website // Facebook

 


LILLY TUNLEY
Jul
20
8:00 pm20:00

LILLY TUNLEY

$10

The indie pop group 'Lilly Tunley' is a band of 'talented musicians and gentle souls.' The band who met at university decided to begin gigging singer/songwriter Lilly Tunley's original compositions in early 2014. Their next show on the 20th of July at the Wesley Anne will be a night of revealing new material and sharing the stage with some guest feature artists. Lilly Tunley's sophisticated songwriting merges Tadd Dameron-esque jazz harmonies with the openness of a pop/folk singer after your own heart. The talented vocalist, Lilly Tunley, is supported by drummer Christopher Cameron, double bassist Elise Winterflood, trumpeter Nic-Ryan Glenie, pianist Phoebe Elsworth and electric guitarist Matthew Roche. Tunley's warm and clear vocal tone and her ability to write complex and interesting melodies mixed together with the band's inherent musicality leaves their audiences enraptured. Influenced by artists such as Kimbra, Feist, Regina Spektor and Florence and the Machine, this alternative pop band's jazz roots have inspired the collectives' sound as evidenced through their funky beats, pop choruses and jazz harmonies.

Facebook Event // Bandcamp

SOFT POWER
Jul
20
6:00 pm18:00

SOFT POWER

Undoubtedly jazz-tinged but also (more importantly) – vulnerable, genderless, dorky & kitsch, unshowy and meditative - Soft Power is a musical project by composer Matthew Roche that can easily recall the wistful longing of pop music as it can easily traverse jazz chord changes. Inspired by a quarter-life crisis following a meditation retreat in 2014, Roche brings together a three piece band to present compositions from his debut album ‘A Breath Is Like a Swinging Door’ as well as new works. Recorded at Pughouse Studios by Niko Shauble, his debut album features slow-moving jazz harmony with fluid rock orientated grooves and wordless melodies that recall a pop vernacular of childlike innocence. Free in the front bar.

Bandcamp // Facebook // Soundcloud

 

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Jul
19
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

SELKI w/ Dan
Jul
16
4:00 pm16:00

SELKI w/ Dan

Selki has a pop sensibility that lends itself to hooks and infectious melodies. -Happy Magazine.

The Melbourne based alt pop artist SELKI has had busy year. Playing on stages at Rainbow serpent, tangle wood and The Town Festival with electronic producer Trickbox and releasing her first debut single with some sweet radio play to back it. 

Her captivating stage presence, rich vocalsand avant garden style are a mesmerising mix, joined by bassist and vocalist Danika smith, Selki will rocking the front bar of The Wesley Anne Sun. 9th and 16th of July. Free in the front bar.

KELLY BROUHAHA SINGLE LAUNCH
Jul
15
8:00 pm20:00

KELLY BROUHAHA SINGLE LAUNCH

Get tickets here $10

Roots warrior Kelly Brouhaha is all about the “Feelgood” side of life. An award winning songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with achingly soulful vocals, her uplifting music is more than a simple band-aid to the blues.

"An artist with a name you just can't frown at because it's just so much fun, that girls got amazing pipes, she sounds like Amy Whinehouse - but with more of a soulful edge as opposed to a jazz hook" - NKECHI ANELE - TRIPLE J ROOTS AND ALL

Touring her new single "As Long As There's A Smile" this July, armed with her new van "Pamela Vanderson" she'll be joined by the most wonderful Sam Lohs and Rosie Burgess Trio at Wesley Anne. 

Check the Facebook event here

ABBEY HOWLETT
Jul
15
6:00 pm18:00

ABBEY HOWLETT

Gliding through hypnotic melodies with a voice that could melt stone, Abbey Howlett owns her unique style of haunting, emotive and polyrhythmic songwriting. Her vocally driven loops and beats conjure an essence of jazz electronica whilst remaining new to the ear. The evocative songs that she crafts on her vintage guitars, demand a deeper listen. Her eclectic debut solo mixtape StarStuff is due to drop in September and will feature some stellar collaborations. Keep your ear to the dirt for the sounds of this versatile songstress and be sure to catch one of her sets at Edinburgh Castle. Free in the front bar.

https://www.facebook.com/abbeyhowlettmusic/

Psych-Didge Slide-Guitar show w/ NATHAN KAYE
Jul
14
8:00 pm20:00

Psych-Didge Slide-Guitar show w/ NATHAN KAYE

$10 / $5 conc

After the feature film, One Less God, winning the top 2 awards at the Dances With Films Festival in Hollywood, in which Kaye plays one of the leading roles, Nathan is buzzing and has added incredible new tunes in his set!
To boot, the single, A Moment In Your Life, will be launched too!

"If you get the chance, check this guy out live - so many instruments for one guy to play! And rumour has it that he never goes anywhere without some kind of instrument on him... " 
- Sarah Howells, Roots 'n' All, Triple J

An influential & innovative part of the Australian conscious music scene & the world’s first didgeridoo-beatboxer, Nathan Kaye, is a globe-trotting one-man-band who thumps out songs on slide guitar, slide-didge & electric footdrums.

“Kaye’s much more than your contemporary one man band, he's a spellbinding singing, hilarious storytelling, adroit lapsteel slide guitar playing, funky Didge blowing, body-popping human beatbox freak with wit & spirit.. He's like John Butler on pills, Michael Franti on ‘shrooms & Umbilical Brothers on fire”
- Cathy Gavronich, Rip-In Magazine

It's like he's chewed on blues, munched on funk, grabbed a handful of rock, sniffed up world roots, tinkered with your grandad's old drum kit & then exhaled his own genre.
It's music that marries the earthy drive of John Butler, Xavier Rudd and Ben Harper with the uplifting atmosphere of Michael Franti and Nahko Medicine For the People.
You may have seen him on the 44 date sold out national tour with multi-platinum selling Pete Murray, or supporting ARIA winning Birds of Tokyo, or supporting Grammy winning Wolfmother and also Grammy winner Jason Mraz, but not only that, he acted a leading role in a full length Australian feature film, One Less God, an intense hostage terrorist drama based on one of the longest terrorist sieges in history to be released later this year.
Kaye’s energetic shows uplift & motivate crowds to embrace being alive & celebrate life's gift. Who doesn’t love that Byron vibe?

It’s the best sweaty, dirty, sexy, good-vibed foot-stomp you'll get from a one man show.

Website  // Facebook

TIARYN
Jul
14
6:00 pm18:00

TIARYN

From as early as she can remember, Tiaryn has been deeply connected to the emotional power of song and the art of expressing the human experience. Her effortless stage presence and soaring voice gracefully combines pop, electronic, and soul elements. Along with her 5 piece band, Tiaryn has a unique and modern sound featuring catchy synths, lush harmonies, dirty beats and compelling stories.. Free in the front bar.

WOMEN, WINTER & STRINGS
Jul
13
8:00 pm20:00

WOMEN, WINTER & STRINGS

A lovely Thursday evening by the beautiful open fire with talented songstress Sonia, Kristin, Jenny and other special guests. The Wesley Anne is a special venue which hosts Melbournes local musicians and has a unique and cozy vibe in the band room.  Woman Winter and Strings is a soulful collaboration with a variety of talent. A lovely way to cozy up during our winter snap! 

Come along beautiful people.  
$10 @ the door.

CARL DUNAI
Jul
13
6:00 pm18:00

CARL DUNAI

Gibran, a guitar maniac, had a master plan after olly the cellist got sent home due to Australia's " advanced" immigration laws. Why not use the same foundation as Gibberish but incorporating different musical sources. A fiddle has entered the foray. Expect gypsy trip outs.

 

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Jul
12
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

SELKI w/ Dan
Jul
9
4:00 pm16:00

SELKI w/ Dan

Selki has a pop sensibility that lends itself to hooks and infectious melodies. -Happy Magazine.

The Melbourne based alt pop artist SELKI has had busy year. Playing on stages at Rainbow serpent, tangle wood and The Town Festival with electronic producer Trickbox and releasing her first debut single with some sweet radio play to back it. 

Her captivating stage presence, rich vocalsand avant garden style are a mesmerising mix, joined by bassist and vocalist Danika smith, Selki will rocking the front bar of The Wesley Anne Sun. 9th and 16th of July. Free in the front bar.

JESSICA O'DONOGHUE
Jul
8
8:00 pm20:00

JESSICA O'DONOGHUE

Get tickets here $10 (or $15 on the door)

"A mercurial talent, Jessica has created songs with real depth. Listening to the album is a full-bodied experience: theatrical and intimate, operatic and haunting, raw and urgent, at once dark and contemplative and inspiring. It's pop music with a difference." - Ashleigh Wilson (Arts Editor at The Australian)

Following on from the successful release of her first two singles 'Parachute' and 'Flow' which both launched to sell out shows in Sydney, Jessica is now launching her debut EP Emerge, featuring her brand new single 'Run Away'. With shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and with a host of special guests, this is going to be one grand celebration!

More than a decade has passed since Jessica turned her back on an opera career to pursue eclectic musical experiences bound only by imagination. Her projects ranged from pop music, particularly with the Sydney band CODA, to jazz, cabaret, musical theatre, Renaissance music and (yes) contemporary opera. She has performed in festivals and venues around the world including VIVID Festival, Sydney Festival (Opera House), Adelaide Festival (Adelaide Festival Centre), Melbourne International Arts Festival (Malthouse), Movimentos Festival (Wolfsburg), Georgetown Festival (Penang), and multiple festivals around Europe.

w/ Jessamae st James

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ABBEY HOWLETT
Jul
8
6:00 pm18:00

ABBEY HOWLETT

Gliding through hypnotic melodies with a voice that could melt stone, Abbey Howlett owns her unique style of haunting, emotive and polyrhythmic songwriting. Her vocally driven loops and beats conjure an essence of jazz electronica whilst remaining new to the ear. The evocative songs that she crafts on her vintage guitars, demand a deeper listen. Her eclectic debut solo mixtape StarStuff is due to drop in September and will feature some stellar collaborations. Keep your ear to the dirt for the sounds of this versatile songstress and be sure to catch one of her sets at Edinburgh Castle. Free in the front bar.

https://www.facebook.com/abbeyhowlettmusic/

MERPIRE
Jul
7
8:00 pm20:00

MERPIRE

Get tickets here ($10)

Sydney multi-instrumentalist Merpire unveils new sound with latest single 'Holding Breath'. Working with some of Australia’s premiere music industry folk, Merpire enlisted ground-breaking artist/producer Andy Bull to produce, alongside ARIA award-winning Paul McKercher to engineer and mix.

To celebrate the release, Merpire has brought together a full band of musicians from some of Australia's acclaimed acts including Neal Sutherland (Sarah Blasko), Luke Davison (The Preatures) and Sarah Belkner. Together, they will headline two shows - at the Oxford Art Factory Gallery in Sydney and the Wesley Anne in Melbourne.

Check Merpire's Website // Facebook // Instagram 

Supported by Liv Cartledge

MON SHELFORD
Jul
7
6:00 pm18:00

MON SHELFORD

It was out of her parents’ great insight, or perhaps sheer desperation to get some peace and quiet when at age 7, Monique Shelford was enrolled in private vocal tuition. Anyone who knows Mon however, can vouch that quietening down was not on her agenda. 

Originally beginning her training in the classical style, Mon was leaning towards the operatic industry, until she began to attend a Catholic girls' high school. This was where she discovered the power of gospel music. These two strong and soulful influences have mashed together in a rich and powerful mixture. 

For almost two decades, Mon’s vocal talents have soared to something truly extraordinary. Now armed with an acoustic guitar and a colourful, intriguing past, she is ready to take audiences on some of her own adventures and share with them her struggles and enlightenment of a woman has experienced more than her age should allow. 

"The background noises gradually fall silent and fifty smartphones plop forgotten into the laps and handbags of their stunned owners. Monique’s voice seems to emanate from some higher plane, as if imbued with some magnetic power to raise the hairs on the napes of necks." 

-Heartstrings Melbourne

yt - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqg1wuL9wgI

fb - https://www.facebook.com/MoniqueShelfordMusic

sc - https://soundcloud.com/beady-little-i

GIBBRANISH
Jul
6
6:00 pm18:00

GIBBRANISH

Gibran, a guitar maniac, had a master plan after olly the cellist got sent home due to Australia's " advanced" immigration laws. Why not use the same foundation as Gibberish but incorporating different musical sources. A fiddle has entered the foray. Expect gypsy trip outs.

 

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Jul
5
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

The Moulin Beige
Jul
4
7:30 pm19:30

The Moulin Beige

Get tickets here

Proudly produced as part of the Melbourne Magic Festival.

 Be mesmerized, be tantalized, be amazed by our very magical Moulin Beige!  Produced as part of the Melbourne Magic Festival, our Tue 4th July show will feature a swag of this towns most hilarious magicians including master of comedy magic, ANTHONY DE MASI. It is also your chance to see the latest from musical comedy powerhouse JUDE PERL as well as catching unique and quirky acts like GLITTER AND SNATCH and THE PREGNANT LENTILS!  MC’d by Squeezeboxing Comedian LIZ SKITCH, our magical Moulin Beige is not to be missed!

‘Expect the Unexpected’  - Heckler

 ‘It’s a treat of a night, especially where the level of talent is concerned’- Australian Stage

Show starts 7.30pm. Tickets $15 Concession, $20 Full Price or try the $30 show and meal deal.

 

ANTHONY DE MASI

Master of Comedy Magic

★★★★★

 

CARISSA HENDRIX

Magician & Stunt Girl

 

JUDE PERL 

Musical Comedy Superstar 

 

GLITTER & SNATCH

Booty popping, high kicking, absurdist dance Duo

 

DARREN LEVER

Melbourne's most mediocre magician

 

THE PREGNANT LENTILS

Warragul's answer to performance art!

 

LIZ SKITCH

Squeezeboxing Hostess with the Mostess

 

JAZZ JAM
Jul
2
4:00 pm16:00

JAZZ JAM

Jazz Jam at the Wesley Anne featuring Line Matter. PA, drum kit, bass & guitar amp provided. Bring your instrument and join in the fun or just come along and enjoy the music on a Sunday afternoon. Free in the band room.

Check event here

TOM STEPHENS SINGLE LAUNCH w/ Forever Son + Angie McMahon
Jul
1
8:00 pm20:00

TOM STEPHENS SINGLE LAUNCH w/ Forever Son + Angie McMahon

Get tickets here $8+BF // $10 on the door

It’s with considerable excitement that Tom Stephens announces the release of new single ‘Wake Me When the Day’s Gone’, along with a music video and an Australian tour in June and July. 

Tom Stephens released his debut album ‘What Lies in the Difference’ in October 2016. It received glowing reviews with THE BRAG awarding it their ‘Album of the Week’ and praising it as “an exceptional record in all senses of the word: as a debut album it is startlingly self contained and assured, but as a passionate, strikingly pure record, it stands apart from the crowd.”  Lead single ‘Down to Rest’ was well received by critics, having been rewarded high rotation on triple j Unearthed Radio as well as spins on 2Ser, Fbi and ABC Radio National.

Since then, Tom Stephens has been busy writing and preparing for his second full length to be recorded in mid-2017.  Much of 2016 saw Stephens touring internationally with Julia Jacklin as a member of her band. It was during this time in July while home from touring that ‘Wake Me When the Day’s Gone’ was recorded.  The track was recorded live in a day with Stephens’ band at the legendary Rancom St. Studios in Sydney with engineer Ryan K Brennan.

The 7-minute epic opens with a vulnerable vocal and warm acoustic guitar, enticing the listener into Stephens’ story of mental illness and failed attempts at self-discovery in a big city. The chorus line singing “living out the narratives you see on the screen ain’t no place for you or for me, it’s right in front of us”, a statement by Stephens on generation Y’s tendency to constantly compare and idealise those in the media, inevitably leading to disappointment and dejection.  The band gently creeps in, each player complementing the progression towards the climactic guitar solo played by dear friend Monty Richmond, over the top of which Stephens repeats the refrain “wake me when the day’s gone”.    

The accompanying video shows footage of Stephens and his band in the studio on the day of recording, interspersed with tour footage and other visions captured by Stephens on his iPhone.     

To celebrate the release of ‘Wake Me When the Day’s Gone’, Tom Stephens will be hitting the road with his band for a handful of dates in June and July. 

Check out Tom on Facebook // Soundcloud // YouTube // Instagram

Supported by Forever Son + Angie McMahon

DAN LETHBRIDGE
Jul
1
6:00 pm18:00

DAN LETHBRIDGE

A difficult artist to categorise, Lethbridge's music shifts seamlessly between genres blending moments of folk, pop, country, vintage rock n' roll and even psychedelia. He plays two solo sets from 6pm. Free in the front bar.

GRAIN OF TRUTH
Jul
1
1:30 pm13:30

GRAIN OF TRUTH

Free, band room

The Grain of Truth Network is a monthly comedy show podcast in the style of a digital radio station where Melbourne's best comedians and improvisers are presenting segments, shows and interviews that are bizarre, surreal and nonsensical. David S. Innes (Innes LloydThe Mighty Little Puppet Show) is the host of the show, the sequel to the hit gameshow Grain of Truth and the other panellists are called upon at random to play ridiculous characters and deliver responses to bizarre questions and fun facts that are more fun than fact. Think a cross between Whose Line is it Anyway? and The Project, with a good measure of old time radio adventures.

Created by David S. Innes.

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MON SHELFORD
Jun
30
6:00 pm18:00

MON SHELFORD

It was out of her parents’ great insight, or perhaps sheer desperation to get some peace and quiet when at age 7, Monique Shelford was enrolled in private vocal tuition. Anyone who knows Mon however, can vouch that quietening down was not on her agenda. 

Originally beginning her training in the classical style, Mon was leaning towards the operatic industry, until she began to attend a Catholic girls' high school. This was where she discovered the power of gospel music. These two strong and soulful influences have mashed together in a rich and powerful mixture. 

For almost two decades, Mon’s vocal talents have soared to something truly extraordinary. Now armed with an acoustic guitar and a colourful, intriguing past, she is ready to take audiences on some of her own adventures and share with them her struggles and enlightenment of a woman has experienced more than her age should allow. 

"The background noises gradually fall silent and fifty smartphones plop forgotten into the laps and handbags of their stunned owners. Monique’s voice seems to emanate from some higher plane, as if imbued with some magnetic power to raise the hairs on the napes of necks." 

-Heartstrings Melbourne

yt - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqg1wuL9wgI

fb - https://www.facebook.com/MoniqueShelfordMusic

sc - https://soundcloud.com/beady-little-i

Pérolas 'All is here' Video Launch
Jun
29
8:00 pm20:00

Pérolas 'All is here' Video Launch

Get tickets here $10

Pérolas is a world music electro-acoustic trio comprising a rare combination of instruments with Liana Pearl on Harp & Vocals, Jag Garuda on Indian Tabla, Percussion & Flugelhorn and Fabian Aravales on Guitar, Trumpet, Melodica and Live Electronic Sounds.

Pérolas' new music video "All is here" is a reggae-inspired track featuring powerful lyrics, eclectic instrumentation and captivating visuals to bring the concept of true presence and power within each of us, to life.

Each of the Pérolas bring a strong sense of their cultural heritage to their music; infusing Indian, European and Latin American rhythms, melodies and scales, whilst maintaining a truly Australian identity. Their music encourages participation from the audience, allowing for listeners to develop their sense of community and conscious connection.

Listen to Perolas here and here

https://www.facebook.com/perolasband/

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Supporting Pérolas will be:

SNED Juman  Every live SNED performance is a uniquely organic synthesis of the live and the electric - fluid, otherworldly production meets an improvised exploration of sound - music that is created, produced and performed before your eyes in real time. Juman is a seasoned singer with the deep rooted sounds of sensual soul and snazzy jazzy vibrations. Her passion for singing is derived from a place of pure healing freedom and authentic expression.

BLOOM -  an indie, neo-soul artist who mixes electronic and acoustic genres to create her own distinctive style along with her soulful voice and strong stage presence. Performing with launchpads, loop pedals, and a guitar, BLOOM's sound is reminiscent of musicians such as Bon Iver, Nai Palm and Jaala.

STEPH BRETT
Jun
29
6:00 pm18:00

STEPH BRETT

Free, front bar

Steph Brett is a singer/songwriter from Tasmania who has played around Melbourne for 10 years. She has played guitar and sung in bands Sugar Fed Leopards, Empat Lima, Richie 1250 and the Brides of Christ and the Rebelles. Her new solo material has lots of country fingerpicking and some pseudo bossa nova tunes. 

https://stephbrett.bandcamp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/sugarfed.leopards.9

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfTdSxybJok

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS
Jun
28
7:30 pm19:30

TRIVIA WITH SPARKS

FREE - Band Room

CALL (03) 9482 1333 to book a table!

Your Wednesday night won't be the same after you have experienced Trivia at Wesley Anne, with tens of dollars worth of prizes, food and booze up for grabs. You will also be in the running to win the fabulous JC Disco Clock. Hosted by Melbourne's second best trivia host, you are guaranteed the best trivia with a twist in town! Or 2 hrs of life back. 

Trivia at The Wes is free, fun, busy and most of all fabulous. Get your mates together and book a table for the best free show in town.

MOTTE
Jun
25
6:00 pm18:00

MOTTE

Free, front bar

Motte is the moniker of New Zealand solo artist Anita Clark. At once soothing and disorienting, or riding the thin line between beautiful and uneasiness, she creates layers of reverb swamped loop violin and dream like vocals into a cinematic soundscape, conjuring the impression of being lost in the tropics or inside a hothouse full of moths. Her debut album 'Songs For Movies' (2015) is a series of improvisations recorded straight into a Tascam 4 track and Motte's newest album 'Strange Dreams' was prereleased in Australia last winter for her first tour. This June/July sees Motte travelling to Sydney to write music for a film and playing a select string of Melbourne performances. 

'The music is truly affecting. It’s lovingly suffocating. It’s like walking through a dense fog, or driving in the rain, lost in the glow of rear tail lights' Reg Norris - music editor at Critic (NZ)

'It's a burnished, hovering, ever-mutating sound, beautiful and anxious by turns. Some songs seem to set off little sonic flares in the darkness. Others are stippled with glitches, overdrive distortion and earth hum. The fact Clark also rolls her glorious thick contralto voice over some pieces is almost a bonus. -  Grant Smithies Sunday Star Times (NZ)

mottemotte.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/mottemusic/

TOM REDWOOD & BAND
Jun
25
2:00 pm14:00

TOM REDWOOD & BAND

"A rare and Brilliant treat for the ears." - Charles Jenkins

For his third release on Walking Bird Records in as many years, songwriter Tom Redwood is bringing his full band (featuring former members of The Garden Path) over to Melbourne for a special launch show. The set will showcase songs the new LP COLD MOTHER NIGHT as well as tracks from LOOK! and the MEXICAN FOOD EP. In support will be Summon the Birds and folk duo Troika  

$10 Entry