Author: Daniel Francis

August Gig Guide

Slowly Slowly – Thurs, August 1st – UC Hub – Following the whopping response to their 2018 LP St. Leonards, ‘Jellyfish’ marks the first taste of new music from the Melbourne four-piece. After some big support tours (The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Amy Shark) the fellas are excited to bring it home with their own headline tour in some of their favourite venues from around the country. Tickets here. Odette – Fri, August 2nd – UC Hub – Breathtaking singer/songwriter Odette will be gracing us with her presence on August 2 as part of UC Live’s Semester 2 O-Week...

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July Gig Guide

Moaning Lisa, Sat 6th July – Transit Bar – Canberra band Moaning Lisa have announced some intimate shows throughout July to promote their new single Take You Out. Tickets here. Bench Press, Thur 11th July  – Transit Bar – Melbourne post-punks Bench Press will release their new album Not The Past, Can’t Be The Future on June 28 via Poison City Records. Soon after, the band will take the album out on tour around Australia and New Zealand in July / August. Tickets here. DJ Yella of NWA, Fri 12th July – Fiction Club – When it comes to Hip Hop Royalty, one...

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June Gig Guide

Azim Zain & His Lovely  Bones, Thur 6th June  – The Front  – Join us for an evening of emo punk at The Front Gallery and Cafe in Lyneham. Chefs will be slinging food, bar will be slinging beer, wine and coffee. Tickets on the door.   Rubi Fields, Fri 7th June – Kambri at  ANU – With a new EP coming soon, Rubi Fields is keen to get back on the road with a stack of new tunes. Tickets here. Crooked Colours, Fri 7th June – UC Refectory – After wowing audiences with two new tracks from the highly...

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May Gig Guide

Meg Mac, Wed 8th May – Kambri at ANU – Meg Mac starts 2019 with tour dates in America, UK, Europe and Australia to promote her forthcoming set of new recordings. Meg Mac’s ‘Give me my name back’ Australian tour presented by triple j began at The Enmore theatre on April 5th. Tickets here. Peking Duk & Safia, Sat 11th May – Australia’s favourite duo Peking Duk return to Canberra in 2019 with their Biggest Hometown Party Ever. After selling out The Wasted Tour across Australian capital cities, Peking Duk will share the epic live show and reveal brand new music to...

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April Gig Guide

Boo Seeka, Fri 5th April – UC Hub – Boo Seeka are playing parties in April to test out their new tunes and live show. Support from locals Genesis  Owusu and Neko Pink. Tickets here. Wine Machine, Sat 13th April – Lake George Winery – The massive all-Australian lineup for this year’s Wine Machine includes The Presets, Hayden James, Confidence Man, Kinder, and more. Tickets here. Kurt Vile & The Violators, Wed 17th April – Kambri at ANU – Kurt Vile is back to promote his new album, ‘Bottle It In’, with specials guests RVG. Tickets here. Enschway, Wed 24th April – Fiction...

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