The Edinburgh Castle - Brunswick's longest standing pub - boasts a huge beer garden, gastro pub food and an extensive craft beer list
Yes, our beer garden is dog friendly!
Yes, our beer garden is dog friendly!
Thursday nights just got hotter, with Hot Wings sneaking out of the kitchen and into the Ed Castle for two rockin' sets! Hot Wings have been busy recording and cooking up songs for their much anticipated second album and can't wait to bust them out and help everyone shake off their winter blues! Join Hot Wings from 8pmfor two hours of non stop hits!
Damon Langley is a self-confessed sad white boy with an acoustic electric guitar who moved out of Adelaide and into Melbourne 4 years ago. Ever since being here and even beyond he has encountered love, loss, change, heartbreak, and regret, all of which he puts into his songs. His live show featuring said songs, as well as a side dosage of smooth baritones, sailing falsettos, tears and sometimes even blood is sure to leave an impression on anyone that gazes upon it.
DJ Party Pest started as a bloody good excuse to buy more records and quickly became an excellent night out.
Featuring members from local bands La Bastard, The Reprobettes, Party Pest, Hot Wings and Moody Beaches, these two will spin your favourite hits from soul to funk, post-punk to garage, exotica to disco and a good dose of local music too!
Guaranteed to encourage your inner party pest to PARTY!
The Glorious return to The Edinburgh Castle on Saturday August 18.
Fresh from the release of their brand new album KINGS, the band will be lighting up the beer garden from 5-7pm with sparkling melodies and sunny-sweet harmonies. Come down for a mix of favourites, deep cuts and some very cool covers.
DJ Lucky Day spins his collection of black wax featuring samples of Soul, Funk and classic Hip-Hop jams.
Joshua Seymour is a troubadour, an interpreter and a storyteller. Born by a river in northern New South Wales and raised in rural Victoria, Joshua grew up in a working-class family. At the age of 13 he bought a guitar for $35 at a junk shop and started writing songs. His early influences were deep and eclectic. Tom Waits, Billie Holiday, Leadbelly and Radiohead, an obvious foundation for Joshua's distinctive vocal style and unique take on finger picking.
Joshua will be playing 2 sets at The Edinburgh Castle Sun 19th Aug of these tunes from ‘Rope Tied Hope’ plus some other favourites to take you back in time.
Felicity Cripps spent her twenties playing around Australia and internationally in various Melbourne-based bands. After moving to Castlemaine and taking a step back from her various collaborations, Cripps began the move in solo territory and before too long, FCB was born. The FCB (Felicity Cripps Band) soon released an LP in 2017. A second record is currently underway.
Cripps regularly performs with her band and also plays as a solo artist. More than a singer/songwriter, as performer she harbours an other-worldliness and embodies the spirit of her songs - her voice a force of strength and character.
Brooke Taylor is a Melbourne-based singer, songwriter and guitarist. Her 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.
When he's not performing as Elvis or some other musical project - The Knave spins records and you can frequently catch him on the airwaves of PBS 106.7FM.
With his signature collection of LP's and 45's that includes rare and quirky gems collected from around the world - he has a sound a sound like no other..
Surf and Spy Guitar, Heavy Funk & Psychedelic Soul, Afro Latin Shakers, Exotic Dances, Rock N Roll screamers, Popcorn Swoons, Desert Rock Gas Guzzlers, Gin Soaked Jazz Swingers, Calypso, Voodoo & more
Quietly rousing songs reflective of past and modern life via the means of long steeped folk music traditions. Teresa and partner, Joshua Jones alternate between acoustic guitars, dobro, banjo and electric guitars to back her timeless voice. Influenced by traditional music as well as classic 20th century folk, country and rhythm and blues troubadours among other things and much like the music they draw from, it's a live show that's ever evolving, never quite the same and one not to be missed.
Time and relative dimentions in sound
Remember when you were young and your dad would be playing music, and every once in a while a song would come on that nailed it. Thats TARDISCO. Sharyn and Nick play some songs you know and some obscure, without the prejudice of time.
Alice Cotton is a Melbourne-based singer-songwriter from the Northern Territory. She combines her love of folk, country and gospel music to bring you thoughtful home-spun songs.
Jeremiah Rose is the brains behind Melbourne-based folk band The Willie Wagtails, as well as a somewhat decent musician in his own right. Attempting to become Melbourne's Most Reliable Jazz Tenor Banjo Player, Jeremiah churns out working-class Australian folk tunes that rely on participation, group singing and old-time groove.
To hear Madi Leeds sing you’d be forgiven for thinking her debut album Spinning is the work of a woman far more advanced in years – she is however, only 21, a young and tender age and yet she’s seen and done so much." - Beat Magazine
With her recently released debut EP 'Spinning', indie-pop singer-songwriter MADI LEEDS and her band will be bringing their quirky vibes and pop to the Edinburgh Castle before heading off to Sydney for the Fringe Festival.
Original mister nice guy and keen vinyl collector Erney dee (aka DJ Ernest) is known for his reggae style hip hop, jungle and dancehall selections, mixing it up with some future jazz, dirty south beats, dubstep and trap to get the dancefloor jumping, but always maintaining the jamaican vibe.
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