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Fri 6th October: Astral Collective & EllaV - From 8pm - $10/$15

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Making their debut, Astral Collective is a jazz / funk fusion ensemble made up of Monash University jazz and popular music students. The band consists of Flynn Wilkinson on keys/synths, Jay Hills on guitar, Matilda Yang on bass and Sebastian Perello on drums. 

Astral Collective shares a love of fusion music from all around the world, presenting a range of original material and reimagined classics from powerhouse bands such as Casiopea and T-Square. Driven by the desire to bring a wide range of instrumental styles into one cohesive performance, join Astral Collective as they combine a glorious combination of mid-century latin rhythms, 70s funk, 80s synth rock, 90s smooth jazz, city-pop and new-wave synth groove. 

Supported by the inimitable singer-songwriter EllaV.

Sat 7th October: The Brunswick Daily's 3rd Birthday Party! - From 7pm - $10+bf

"Three year olds often enjoy being with other children and can now play together more"
Science shows Brunswick Daily has matured enough to socialise and play with others. Join us for an unprecedented party that resembles many good parties you have already been to but almost way better.
Early birds get free drinks, a fine selection of discounted cocktails awaits your exquisite palate, music carefully curated for your eclectic ears, and more Western ideas of nonsense fun are waiting for you to pop up. 
Tickets only $10 and 10% of all sales will be donated to Pay The Rent.

Sun 8th October: Hologram Sam, Ellen James & Rachael McArthur - From 2.30pm - Free!

Hologram Sam is Melbourne artist Evan Jones, turning out country and folk tunes sitting somewhere between the big harmonies of CSNY and the weirdo arrangements of Aldous Harding. The songs move between country rock, sparse fingerpicked folk tunes and stripped back nods to 60s pop. The first Hologram Sam release, Satellite Falling Into The Sea, is out 02/10.
Joining Sam on the day will be the incredible talents of Ellen James and Rachael McArthur.

Sun 8th October: Nama and Anton, & R.A.H. - From 8pm - $15/$20

What's better than one double bassists??? That's right! TWO DOUBLE BASSISTS!
Up and coming double bassist Nama Rangachari and Anton Schulz are joining forces to perform unique compositions and arrangements geared toward double bass.
Invoking improvised and folk concepts, witness this duo tear up Ringo Barr with support from the incredible RAH whose folk and gospel inspired piano melodies will leave you relaxed and ready to take on the week ahead!

Wed 11th October: Brenno & Jules, Cari Scharl - From 8pm - Free!

Jules Seater and Brenno Da Silva have played various gigs around Melbourne in bands and come together for their very first two-piece show. Grab yourselves a Wednesday night drink and listen to some blues, psychedelica and acoustic rock, while the duo play originals and improvised jams!
And don’t miss out on the beautiful Cari Scharl playing her incredibly soulful ballads to ease us all gently into the evening.

Fri 13th October: Good Spirits & Apricity - From 8pm - $10+bf

Good Spirits is a Melbourne-based ensemble that focuses on warm tones and catchy grooves, conjuring a fun atmosphere for audiences. Drawing influence from diverse genres, including funk, neo-soul and jazz, they play a mixture of originals and covers from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu and more.

Sat 14th October: Amutha - From 8pm

Info coming soon!

Sun 15th October: Dean Luke & Joyce Prescher - From 2.30pm - Free!

Find the antidote for the existential weight of a Sunday afternoon with two sets of indie folk by Naarm-based singer-songwriters Dean Luke and Joyce Prescher.
With songs that can be painfully relatable, Dean Luke explores topics of love, loss and existential challenges with heartfelt lyrics and lush vocals. Drawing comparisons to Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and the legendary Lucinda Williams – lovers of folk and alt-country will find themselves right at home with Dean's music.
Dutch-born but Naarm-based, Joyce Prescher writes songs exploring the ups and downs of love, loss, longing and the human experience. Joyce's album Out Of My Mind has been nominated as a finalist in the Folk Music Album of The Year award category by Folk Alliance Australia.

Sun 15th October: Reject the Ronin - From 8pm

Info coming soon!