DARLING JAMES

Sunday Dec 21, 2014

7pm to late

Darling James journey to their spiritual home for the second time since August to headline a night at one of their favourite Australian venues, Black Bear Lodge. While cutting their teeth in the bars and pubs of Brunswick, Victoria, each member of Darling James has spent formative time in the northern capital. Their namesake and songwriter James O’Brien spent many years fronting Brisbane then Melbourne based group The Boat People and in more recent years has found a role as sought after side-man, touring with Kate Miller-Heidke and Machine Translations among others. Joining Darling James will be art-crooner and previous collaborator with O’Brien, Edward Guglielmino and his band The Show. Opening the night is Sahara Beck, whose big voice and heart-on-sleeve lyrics have been turning heads on a recent national tour.

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NO BEER TODAY

Wednesday Dec 24, 2014

Sorry we are closed, today. Miss you already…

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NO BEER TODAY

Thursday Dec 25, 2014

Sorry, we are closed today. Miss you already!

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NO BEER TODAY

Friday Dec 26, 2014

Sorry, we are closed today. Miss you already.

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NO DIGGITY

Saturday Dec 27, 2014

5pm to late

ALL the 90s hits.

 

Don’t forget, Hunting Hour 5-7pm every Friday and Saturday night, cool drinks for cool dudes.

FREE ENTRY!

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NO BEER TODAY

Sunday Dec 28, 2014

Sorry we are closed, today. Miss you already…

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NYE at BBL!

Wednesday Dec 31, 2014

8pm to late

Black Bear Lodge and Mountain Goat Present:

NYE at BBL!

Get ready to kick off 2015 in style with the biggest party of the year. This New Years Eve, Black Bear Lodge is proud to present NYE at BBL.

Featuring sets from The Creases, Donny Benet, Babaganouj, Brisbane’s best DJs plus your usual Black Bear Lodge hospitality, this will be the greatest NYE of your life. Seriously.

 

Here’s the deal:

For the amazing price $92.90 + bf you get:

- Access to our unlimited bar tab from 8pm-12am (that’s Mountain Goat beer on tap, basic spirits and house wine)
That’s right, free drinks between 8-12 INCLUDING a glass of champagne as you walk through the door.

- Live sets from The Creases, Donny Benet and Babaganouj (plus more to come)

- DJ sets from James Wright, Bluebeard and more

- Legendary behaviour and the best New Years Eve of your life.

Tickets are onsale right now and you can pick them up through Oztix, Black Bear Lodge or right here:

http://blackbearlodge.oztix.com.au/?Event=48828

 

A little about the bands:

The Creases have really taken 2014 by storm. After being discovered out of relative obscurity by London’s Rough Trade Records from as homemade film clip for their first single “I Won’t Wait”, the band have toured the world numerous times, supported some of the country’s biggest bands and released their first official EP, Gradient. These guys are one to watch out for and will be counting down to 2015 for NYE at BBL.

Donny Benet: what can be said about this man that every woman in the world already hasn’t? He’s a sophisticated lover, he’s got the touch and although he says it’s a Gentleman’s Choice if you come or not, you better be there to have Donny Benet cap of what has been a brilliant 2014.

Babaganouj have become one of Australia’s favourite new bands this year. From the infectious pop of “Too Late For Love” to the brilliant forlorn love song “Bluff”, this Brisbane four-piece are capturing the hearts of music lovers all over the country. We love them, you love them and they’re gonna celebrate the good times with us this 31st December.

 

So get your tickets, put on your party hats and dancing shoes and we’ll see you at The Bear from 8pm on New Years Eve.

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NO BEER TODAY

Thursday Jan 01, 2015

Sorry, we are closed today. Miss you already!

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PAPER LIONS

Friday Jan 02, 2015

5pm to late

Whilst touring throughout Canada and aboard, Paper Lions have shared stages with the likes of CAKE, Tokyo Police Club, Hollerado, The Rheostatics, No Joy, Hot Hot Heat and Electric Six. Oh, and they’ve also performed for Duchess Camilla & Prince Charles.

Paper Lions have recently released their sophomore full-length album, ‘My Friends’, recorded with producer Howard Redekopp (Tegan and Sara, The New Pornographers, Mother Mother), and will touring Australia through January 2015.

 

Before the show – Hunting Hour 5pm-7pm

After the show – Party on Wayne, party on Garth.

SET TIMES

7.30 – 8.10: TBC
8.30 – 9.10: Nova & The Experience
9.30 – 10.30: Paper Lions


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.
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VELOCIRAPTOR RESIDENCY

Saturday Jan 03, 2015

5pm to late

Velociraptor make Black Bear their home away from home this January!

Jan 3 – with Tempura Nights
Jan 10 – with Blonde Tongues
Jan 24 – with Shifting Sands

SET TIMES

9 – 9:45: Tempura Nights
10:30 – 11:30: Velocirapto


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.

$10 on the door

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NO BEER TODAY

Sunday Jan 04, 2015

Sorry we are closed, today. Miss you already…

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NO BEER TODAY

Wednesday Jan 07, 2015

Sorry we are closed, today. Miss you already…

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THE STRESS OF LEISURE

Thursday Jan 08, 2015

7pm to late

Local band The Stress of Leisure will provide a taster of their upcoming album Achievement when they launch the first song off the rank, Girl on a Lilo, at Black Bear Lodge on Thursday 8th January.

While frontman Ian Powne usually writes the tunes, he is increasingly seeking to collaborate. With Jane Elliott on bass, Phil Usher on drums and Pascalle Burton on keys, the results are way more idiosyncratic than he could imagine. A seemingly-at-first throwaway bassline from Jane Elliott has morphed into a four-minute workout of paranoid proportions in 6/4 time.

Local media have already noted the single, saying the live performance is ‘assured and powerful’. Incidentally, the band decided to release Girl On A Lilo first as it was getting a reaction at gigs.

The single will be available as a digital download on the TSOL bandcamp page and the first 50 in the door will receive a limited edition Girl on a Lilo print with free download code.

The band is thrilled to be joined by special guests Workshop and Tape/Off.

SET TIMES

8.00 – 8.40: Workshop
9.00 – 9.40: Tape/Off
10.00 – 11.00: The Stress Of Leisure


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.

$10 on the door

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SUNBEAM SOUND MACHINE

Friday Jan 09, 2015

5pm to late

fter earning critical acclaim on 2013’s double EP One/Sunbeam Sound Machine, Sunbeam Sound Machine release their debut long player, Wonderer. A dreamy pysch-pop release with heavy emphasis on catchy and repetitive lyricism – the kind that entrances the listener as it transports them to another world.

Sunbeam Sound Machine is the brainchild of talented Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Nick Sowersby who writes and records in the sanctity of his garage in Collingwood, Australia. On Wonderer, Sowersby has honed in the washed out dream-pop sound he made his own on his first releases and has created bigger, brighter and more complete ethereal pop music. He has enlisted the musical genius of Stu Mackenzie (King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard) to mix and talented Melbourne based producer Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, Oscar Key Sung, Banoffee) to master the record. The contribution by these two completely different yet equally magnificent talents has provided a rich and sweeping sound that envelops the listener.

Wonderer plays out semi autobiographically with lyrical questions of self-reflection, self-improvement and self-progression. The listener heads on the journey with Sowersby via the album’s down-the-rabbit-hole tunnel of sound and emotive stimulation. The entrancing sound of Wonderer is transportive whilst retaining an endearing and intentional self-awareness. Though emotive, the album isn’t an emotional slap in the face but rather a journey the listener and Sowersby take together calmly. The layered quality of the record fills any space it occupies; be it headphones, bedrooms or live venues.

Sowersby’s simple lyricism asks questions of the listener as the ambient swirling dream-pop burrows through their ears and etches itself into the brain. It is a layered record that will fill any room when the five-piece band plays the album live.

 

Before the show – Hunting Hour 5-7pm – free entry

After the show – Party on Wayne/Party on Garth

FREE ENTRY

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VELOCIRAPTOR RESIDENCY

Saturday Jan 10, 2015

5pm to late

Velociraptor make Black Bear their home away from home this January!

Jan 3 – with Tempura Nights
Jan 10 – with Blonde Tongues
Jan 24 – with Shifting Sands

SET TIMES

Blonde Tongues 9 – 9:45
Raptors: 10:30 – 11:30


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.

$10 on the door

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WYE OAK

Sunday Jan 11, 2015

7pm to late

Touring Australia for the first time!

 

Baltimore-based duo Wye Oak’s newest work sees a departure from their distorted, guitar-based brand of modern folk, towards a stunning synth-drenched sound full of intricate melodies and soaring vocals. Live, the band takes its fervent following on a rollercoaster of all-encompassing sound and emotion. Jenn Wasner – who Spin calls “one of the premier voices in indie rock” – fronts on vocals and bass with Andy Stack playing drums and keyboards simultaneously, creating a sound much greater than the sum of its parts.

 

Supported by Major Leagues

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LUNATICS ON POGOSTICKS

Thursday Jan 15, 2015

7pm to late

Lunatics On Pogosticks are a trio of teen Aussie rapscallions that have been squeezing out some tasty tunes since gestation. With the firelickin’ Calum Newton shootin’ out electro orgasms on G-tar/Vocs, the impenetrable James Whitfield gettin’ dumb on the drums and Bryce Wilson making bass guitar popular since 95. Delicious Lo-Fi garage pop-noise alt stylings are the name of the game.

Supported by SKEGSS and The Missing

SET TIMES

The Missing: 7.30 – 8.10pm
SKEGSS: 8.30 – 9.10pm
Lunatics On Pogosticks: 9.30 – 10.30pm


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.
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SLOW CLUB – CANCELLED

Friday Jan 16, 2015

5pm to late

Due to scheduling conflicts Slow Club is no longer able to perform in Brisbane on Friday January 16th. The band apologises to all its fans and will do their very best to visit on their next Australian tour.

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WATCH YOUR STEP!

Saturday Jan 17, 2015

5pm to late

Summers here and its time to watusi baby.

Dance to the best foot stompin’, hip shakin’ beats of an era when music was built for dancing and nothing else. Watch Your Step is not about nostalgia, tunes are selected not because they came from the past, but because they kick ass! No cds, no mp3s, just pure analogue action with crates full of swingin’ soul, raucous rockers, furious funk, and grinding garage.

Add to the mix a light show of groovy psychedelic projections and some great drink specials from Mountain Goat Brewing and you’ll have a night that’s guaranteed to get your whole party shaking its tail feather.

Starts at 9pm and its free to get in.

 

Before the show – Hunting Hour – 5pm-7pm

FREE ENTRY!

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JNGL

Sunday Jan 18, 2015

7pm to late

One of the final legs of ‘JNGL‘s’ mini summer tour will find the 23 year old Brisbane producer back in familiar territory playing his summery indie pop anthems in his home town at the Black Bear Lodge.

JNGL has been pumping out solid releases over the past year since launching the act in late 2013 and with two summer singles coming late 2014 and an EP scheduled for early 2015, there’s no better time to catch him in his element. Playing alongside JNGL are two other up and coming electronic artists also calling Brisbane home, Allthingslost and Grand Pavilion.

Allthingslost have been steadily gaining recognition over the past year with an impressive string of shows and releases to match, definitely a player to watch in the scene over the coming months.

Grand Pavilion have also had an an impressive impact on the local music scene, rising steadily off the back of their singles ‘Foot Steps’ and ‘Weightless’ attracting the attention of music fans worldwide with some big name blogs featuring the releases.

JNGL, Allthingslost and Grand Pavilion are playing at the Black Bear lodge on the 18th of January 2015

SET TIMES

8:00 – 9:00 – Allthingslost
9:15 – 10:15 – Grand Pavilion
10:30 – 11:30 – JNGL


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.

$10 at the door

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NO BEER TODAY

Wednesday Jan 21, 2015

Sorry we are closed, today. Miss you already…

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GANG OF YOUTHS

Thursday Jan 22, 2015

7pm to late

Following the release of the blistering single ‘Poison Drum’, which placed 3rd in the prestigious Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition, Sydney-based band GANG OF YOUTHS have been holed up in the studio putting the finishing touches to their debut album – expected for release in March 2015 through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.

Working with producer Kevin McMahon (The Walkmen, Titus Andronicus) and Mixer’s Peter Katis (The National, Frightened Rabbit) and Chris Collins (Tigertown), ‘Benevolence Riots’ is a fresh cut straight from these sessions; vibrant and energetic yet with a deep resonance lyrically.

The track also features guest backing vocals from budding Sydney chanteuse Montaigne. The collaboration came about after she attended one of the bands shows. They immediately connected, and ‘Benevolence Riots’ is the result. Stereogum premiered the track by calling the band “bold-yet-brooding music akin to Alligator-era, the National”

GANG OF YOUTHS have gained a reputation across the globe for their chaotic-yet-captivating live shows that keep the audience on high-alert from the moment they hit the stage. With their foot placed firmly on the gas pedal, the band are starting the new year by bringing the ‘Benevolence Riots’ tour to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. Don’t miss your chance to see GANG OF YOUTHS as they rip though the east coast.

 

“If Springsteen was a teenager in 2013 he’d have started in Gang of Youths” (FBI Radio)

“Gang of Youths, The band from down under easily won the prize for the most raucous show of the day….” (NME)

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JOHNNY & THE FEMBOTS

Friday Jan 23, 2015

5pm to late

Johnny and the Fembots are a Brisbane based 7 piece band with their roots planted firmly in all things ‘60’s. The ‘Fembots’ are a collection of Brisbane musicians featured in acts including, Love Signs, Babaganouj, The Good Sports, Bent, The Family Jordan, Shifting Sands Go Violets and The Jeremy Neale Band. They came together to quench the thirst of a drought, to feed the souls of innocence, and to soothe your turbulent teen hearts. The stage is their home and Johnny is the leader of their pack. So sip your cherry coke and let Johnny and the Fembots inside your head…

BEFORE THE SHOW – Hunting Hour 5pm-7pm

AFTER THE SHOW – Party on Wayne / Party on Garth

FREE ENTRY

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VELOCIRAPTOR RESIDENCY

Saturday Jan 24, 2015

5pm to late

Velociraptor make Black Bear their home away from home this January!

Jan 3 – with Tempura Nights
Jan 10 – with Blonde Tongues
Jan 24 – with Shifting Sands

SET TIMES

Shifting Sands 9 – 9:45
Raptors: 10:30 – 11:30


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.

$10 on the door

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KID CONGO & THE PINK MONKEY BIRDS

Sunday Jan 25, 2015

7pm to late

AUSTRALIA DAY EVE!!!

Get greasy in the psychedelic swamps of rock ’n’ roll with Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds! A founding member of The Gun Club and erstwhile guitarist for The Cramps and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, the legendary Powers has garage punk swagger in spades. He makes his first trip to Australia with long-term cohorts The Pink Monkey Birds for a night of raw, sonic ambrosia featuring a heady mix of fuzz guitars, New Orleans drum beats and bass lines dripping with soul.

 

With special guests, Los Huevos and Eyes Ninety

SET TIMES

7.50 – 8.30: Eyes Ninety
8.50 – 9.30: Los Huevos
10.00 – 11.00: Kid Congo & The Pink Monkeybirds


* set times are an approximation only and may differ slightly on the night.
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THE UPSIDE DOWN TOUR

Wednesday Jan 28, 2015

7pm to late

The International Songwriters Club and NetgigsUK presents – The Upside Down Tour.

After joining forces to tour Europe in October, these 4 award winning and highly acclaimed singer/songwriters are now bringing the show ‘Down Under’, touring major cities in Early 2015 to coincide with new album releases.

With songwriting styles likened to Neil Young & Elvis Costello (Jack Henderson), Ed Sheeran (Sam York), Bob Dylan/Gram Parsons (Lachlan Bryan) and Emmylou Harris/Jewel (Aleyce Simmonds) this show is bound to please the music lover and entertain with it’s diverse and collaborative nature.

With a special guest Norwegian singer/songwriter thrown into the mix, this is a show not to be missed.

 

Jack Henderson
Having toured Europe and the UK for many years, Jack’s songwriting took him to the USA where he shared stages with artists such as Buddy Miller, Sarah McLachlan and Natalie Merchant.

Sam York
Sam York is one of Britain’s finest new songwriters – his songs are both accessible and poetic, and he has been receiving rave reviews, even before an official release. His soulful vocals add an emotional vibrancy to his performances, and he has played alongside artists including Tom Jones, Jesse J, and Ed Sheeran.

Lachlan Bryan
Lachlan Bryan, with his band The Wildes, has released three critically-acclaimed albums. The most recent, Black Coffee, was awarded Alternative Country Album of the Year at the 2014 Country Music Awards of Australia (Golden Guitars).

Aleyce Simmonds
2014 Australian Independent Female Artist of the year, Aleyce Simmonds is no stranger to country music audiences. A 4 times Golden Guitar nominee, she rose to prominence in 2005 after winning the Telstra Road to Tamworth competition. Since then she has delivered no.1 singles, hit videos and toured extensively with artists from all ends of the country music spectrum.

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WOODSTOCK ROAD

Friday Jan 30, 2015

5pm to late

Woodstock Road is a sugar coated retro rock n roll duo from Brisbane, featuring Lucas de Lastic and Leisa Howlett. Through the enlistment of many talented housemates; what started as a bedroom recording project in early 2014 has now become an eclectic institution for raw rock n roll. Woodstock Road is not just a name; its a philosophy that has evolved through the many creative/ drug induced/ eccentric people who have passed through the house’s walls. Still only six months old, the band release their third single ‘Morning Sugar’. Infusing funk, pop and dabs of psych, ‘Morning Sugar’ reflects the bands eclectic nature consistently executed with hook driven grooves.

BEFORE THE SHOW – Hunting Hour 5pm-7pm

AFTER THE SHOW – Party on Wayne / Party on Garth

FREE ENTRY

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THE DOUBLE SHADOWS

Saturday Jan 31, 2015

5pm to late

Sydney’s Psychedelic, Voodoo-Blues 7-piece, The Double Shadows, have announced their Hitchhiker’s Rhyme Tour of the East Coast over January and February, 2015.

The Hitchhiker’s Rhyme Tour will see The Double Shadows supporting the first single from their newly completed EP entitled RED. The first single, entitled Hitchhiker’s Rhyme, is to be launched at an intimate show at LazyBones Lounge, Marrickville on Friday 7th January.

Beginning in Sydney at Frankie’s Pizza on Wednesday 7th January, the tour will be stopping at many major and minor towns on the East Coast including Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, and Coolangatta. The band will be playing 4 shows in the Brisbane area before finishing the 16 date tour with a special, four act show at The Lass O’Gowrie Hotel in Newcastle on Saturday 7th February.

The Double Shadows recently finished recording their first EP, RED, at Studios 301 with producer Jack Prest (True Vibenation, Twin Caverns, Future Love Hangover).

 

Before the show – Hunting Hour 5pm-7pm

After the show – Party on Wayne / Party on Garth

FREE ENTRY

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ART OF SLEEPING

Friday Feb 06, 2015

5pm to late

Having just released the first teaser ‘Crazy’ taken from the band’s forthcoming debut LP due out mid-2015, Brisbane’s Art of Sleeping announce an east coast tour of the same name. Shortly after their scheduled performances on some of the countries biggest stages over the New Year at Falls Festival, the band are set to take the stage in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this Summer.

With a ripened sound and limitless inspiration Art of Sleeping will be performing brand new tracks off their forthcoming LP as well as gems from their treasured 2012 EP ‘Like A Thief’.

You don’t have to look far to find a host of glowing live reviews for the Brisbane five-piece. Art Of Sleeping have been pinned as ones to watch since their first track ‘Empty Hands’ sent ripples through triple j unearthed charts and their dynamic live show stirred up audiences across the country.

BEFORE THE SHOW – Hunting Hour 5pm-7pm

AFTER THE SHOW – Party on Wayne / Party on Garth

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LIME CORDIALE

Thursday Feb 26, 2015

7pm to late

Sydney’s Lime Cordiale are fresh from a nine-date tour across the country supporting The Delta Riggs which saw them perform to capacity crowds at sold-out venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle. Before they cap-off an enormous 2014, the band have announced an Australian headline tour for February 2015 which will celebrate the release of their unreleased and anticipated new single, ‘Hanging Upside Down’.

The Sydney five-piece are teeming with momentum after a solid 18 months of local and international touring which has seen them complete two separate twenty-date tours of North America in 2014 and perform alongside the likes of Ball Park Music, The Griswolds, The Rubens and Cosmo Jarvis.

‘Hanging Upside Down’ is the first single to be taken from recently completed studio sessions with Sydney-based producer Jean Paul-Fung (Jinja Safari, Art Vs. Science, Glass Towers). The track follows-on from the band’s sophomore EP, Falling Up The Stairs, which received a release in North America in February; drawing undeniable praise from global tastemakers including CMJ and SXSW in the process.

The five-piece, who are based in Sydney’s northern beaches, have previously sold-out local venues including The Standard and Oxford Art Factory and performed at countless festivals including Bigsound, Homebake, Peats Ridge, Deni Blues, Bluesfest, and SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX.

The Hanging Upside Down Tour will see Lime Cordiale deliver their unrelenting live show to audiences in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane throughout February.

 

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Z-STAR AND HUSHKA

Sunday Mar 15, 2015

7pm to late

Z-Star (UK)

A molten core of Rock & Roll born in the flames of some ancient Soul, the wildest she-manic blues woman on the planet, Z-Star, will lead you into temptation with her electrifying collective. Expect to rock the funk out with dirty bass lines, phat blues beats, raucous rock n roll guitars and soul soaked vocals. Zee’s raspy blues tones unleashed in her passionate delivery fill the skies with a buzz that seems to flow on tap from the source.

“Undeniable stage presence, a contemporary high octane blues bomb” – Docteur Blues Magazine

“Zee is the female version of Prince! Z-STAR needs to be on a world stage. Period.” – UrbanJazz Radio

“Charismatic front woman (Zee) oozes vintage soul with her deep-heated vocals and sexy funk persona.” – Deviate Magazine

“Fantastic! A new blues star of the future…Raw, rootsy, eclectic take on the blues.”- Classic Rock, The Blues Magazine

www.zstarmusic.com

Hushka

Hushka have developed an emotive, tactile sound. Soul felt and sensitive, there are powerful strands of original innovation and recognisable influences seamlessly woven into instantly listenable arrangements. Textured, intelligent and layered with both sentimentality and contemporary verve, Hushka are at the same time both familiar and unlike anything you’ve heard before. Hushka’s live shows are quickly becoming a unique cinematic experience, yet they still hold all the elements of a strong independent band. From playing full capacity shows, touring up and down the South-East coast and releasing an EP which has led to airplay around the world, it’s easy to say Hushka are heading in the right direction.

www.hushka.com.au

 

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JORDIE LANE

Thursday Mar 26, 2015

7pm to late

Jordie Lane & Special Guests

“…one of the country’s contemporary legends…this gets filed under K, for Keeper” Sydney Morning Herald

Jordie Lane returns to Australia for his first national tour in 18-months, playing songs from his latest EP Not Built To Last and acclaimed records Blood Thinner and Sleeping Patterns.

Lane will be performing in Australia as a duo with Clare Reynolds, who featured on Not Built To Last and has become a regular part of Lane’s live show over the past two years. The pair first performed together in 2012, when starring in the theatre show ‘Grievous Angel: The Legend of Gram Parsons’.

They play 24-dates including Port Fairy Folk Festival, Blue Mountains Music Festival, Nannup Music Festival and Ten Days On The Island.

 

 

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LISA MITCHELL

Thursday Apr 02, 2015

7pm to late

Wah Ha Acoustic Tour

‘stardust singin’ out like comets’

A dream like trajectory can be attributed to Lisa Mitchell’s career thus far, with her knack for writing accessible and credible pop songs being a legacy she’s already achieved – quite a feat for a 24 year old. ‘Wah Ha’ has been heard around the world, starting with a chat with Richard Kingsmill launching the song on ‘2014’ on Triple J. Since then, the song has received regular play in the UK on BBC6 and XFM and in the USA on KCRW, specifically the ‘Morning Becomes Eclectic’ show with Jason Bentley.

Supporting Lisa, is the incredible EAST. Her new EP Old Age has already had two songs featured on Triple J – iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/old-age-ep/id897420920

Lisa is doing an intimate set of East Coast shows, tickets limited, so get in early.

 

 

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