Performers: Please email all booking enquiries to and include links to your music (if available) and social media. 

Fri 1st December: Soulutations & vinnyrn - From 8pm - $10 pre-book/$15 at the door

Off the back of his debut EP release, Melbourne-based spare bedroom producer/artist vinnyrn fuses his teenaged years experience in EDM production with his roots in rock and guitar oriented music to create his unique take on alternative music. Featuring ambient soundscapes and experimental songwriting, for fans of alternative/art rock a la; Radiohead, Jordan Rakei, Elliot Smith.
Soulutations are a 6 piece Naarm based soul band blending beautiful vocal harmonies, soulful sax, with a tight groove rhythm section. Drawing inspiration from D'Angelo soul, funk and jazz club music to fall into and dance the night away.

Sat 2nd December: Ringo Barr's 1st Birthday Party! - 12pm-12am - Free!

RINGO TURNS 1! We're celebrating from 12pm-12am with a smorgasbord of our fav artists including Public Leisure, Araminta, Propane Trio, Kite Vendor, Dave Machine, Oaereal, Lost Memories, Baillie's Bazaar for Unwanted Oddities, Weatherboard House, Franki Kaneur and Aaron Rowan-Bell. We'll also have DJs Kintaro, Tom Raucous, Bon Journo and Zen Butler spinning all the best bops between sets. It'll be huge. AND IT'S FREE!

Sun 3rd December: Ash Felt & Vulcara - From 2.30pm - $10

Since their debut rehearsal in 2023, Ash Felt have quickly established themselves as the best band to walk the earth. Blurring the lines between folk music, electronica, and plain masterpiece, Cormac Alves-Perini and Tallulah Grace captivate listeners, balancing intimate lyrics with a driving force of experimental production. Their debut gig promises an unforgettable afternoon, in which audiences will witness the birth of a musical phenomenon, transported on a sonic journey that evokes nostalgia, sparks curiosity, and ignites the soul. 

Sun 3rd December: ORA - From 8pm - Free!

Info coming soon

Fri 8th December: ALETHIA with DJs Fakusi & CTO - From 8pm - $15+bf pre-booked/$17 on the door

ALETHIA is a Colombian three-time Latin Grammy nominee artist and semi-finalist of The Voice and this year’s Music Victoria Award nominee in the reggae category. Her voice is jazzy & soulful and her sound is a mixture of R&B, pop, reggae and Latino with songs that often share lyrics in English and Spanish, expressing her Latin-American heritage.
ALETHIA's music invites her listeners to be part of a musical reflective journey of love, sensuality, empathy & spiritual healing.
Currently on the way to releasing her first album 'A L E T H I A', a project for which the artist was featured in 2023 by the prestigious Rollings Stone magazine in Australia.
Fakusy is a music selector, who traces his musical roots back to the sun-soaked Caribbean haven of San Andrés. Nurtured by an artistic family, he was immersed in melodies from day one.
Peter ‘CTO’ Seaton is a Melbourne-based, Contemporary artist who specialises in a wide variety of public and gallery-based artworks.
His creations have been featured in newspapers around the world: The Daily Mail, BBC, The Guardian, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Newsweek, RT, Des Speigel and many more aiming to serve as a reflection of humanity and its many trials and tribulations. To ultimately reminds his viewers that we are fundamentally one consciousness through his selection of songs.
Influenced by the D&B scene in Auckland, he started to mix on vinyl. His DJ sets dive into jungle and drum and bass, weaving a sonic tapestry that melds their visual and musical artistry.

Sat 9th December: Sixpence, Scrammer & - From 8pm - Free!

Sixpence coming to you live Dec 9 8pm at Ringo Bar 666 Sydney Rd Brunswick.
Supported by mad lads Scrammer & of the 'What Happened?' crew.

Sun 10th December: Molly Carberry, Amy Flight, Lucy Harrington - From 2.30pm - $12

Molly Carberry is a singer-songwriter from Chicago, IL living in Brunswick East. Her musical influences from her upbringing in the Midwestern U.S. bring a down-to-earth, folky feel to songs inspired by dramatic themes of heartbreak, health scares, and leaving home for somewhere far away. Rich, rhythmic lyricism inspired by artists like Fiona Apple and Jeff Tweedy is brought to life by arresting vocals and melodies that range from gentle and reflective to explosive and fiery, while always bittersweet.
Amy Flight is an indie pop/rock singer-songwriter based in Naarm (Melbourne). Previously a classical violinist, Amy gathered an eclectic array of influences over her years as a session musician, from funk to prog rock and from indie pop to Baroque. She began songwriting to express her own stories and intricate emotions that are otherwise hard to describe outside of music. With lyrics that bring the personality of a millennial with sarcasm, wit and subtle angst, Amy Flight presents sad songs you can dance hard to.
Lucy Harrington is a singer/songwriter living and writing on Wurundjeri land. With a sound that lives somewhere between indie and folk with pop sensibilities, her honest and unflinching storytelling is steeped in raw emotion and fresh perspective. Lucy writes on identity, grief, womanhood and heartbreak with a wit inspired by the likes of Angel Olsen, Julia Jacklin and Adrianne Lenker. Her sticky melodies will have you moving your feet, and stay with you long after you finish crying.

Sun 10th December: Sweet Coco (2 sets) - From 8pm - Free!

The sonorous duo, Maria Lozano (vocals and oboe) and Marcos Villalta (guitar), explores the classic pieces of the Brazilian repertoire of Choro & Bossa Nova by adding their personal taste and merging both musical backgrounds into one.