Mrs Smith's Trivia
Oct
24
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Honeymoon Bridge
Oct
25
8:00 PM20:00

Honeymoon Bridge

For two Thursdays in August, Edinburgh Castle present the haunted harmonies of 'Honeymoon Bridge'. The harmony-folk trio sing songs in memory of their belated. Evocative of Simon and Garfunkel, the sororal vocals of Steph Brett and Helena Plazza are underpinned by hypnotic acoustic guitar, celtic harp, and the old-time mandolin stylings of Stephen E. Stanisic. For two T Thursday 18th and 25th of October, 8-10pm.

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Teresa Duffy Richards
Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

Teresa Duffy Richards

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.

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DJ Simon Laxton
Oct
26
to Oct 27

DJ Simon Laxton

Simon Laxton plays wilder underground sounds  from the 50's and  60's. He genre hops (Rock n Roll, Rockabilly, Soul, Early Funk, Popcorn, authentic R&B, Rocksteady, Ska, Garage and more)

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Rhyley McGrath
Oct
27
5:00 PM17:00

Rhyley McGrath

Rhyley McGrath is a talented young Bendigo-based musician garnering praise and winning fans across Victoria.
Rhyley grew up in Horsham, playing guitar from a young age. Moving to Bendigo in 2014 kick-started his career as he immersed himself in the local blues scene. He started performing as a singer-guitarist in mid-2016. Gigs in central Victoria, and then further around the state soon followed.

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DJ Tardisco
Oct
27
to Oct 28

DJ Tardisco

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.

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Moreland City Soul Revue
Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Moreland City Soul Revue

The Moreland City Soul Revue has become as much an institution in this great city of Moreland as bike paths, yarn-bombing at Jewel Station, and out of control plastic fires at recycling depots. Musically, they're as reliable as paying council rates but a lot sexier. And when frontman Paul Slattery really lets loose with his whopping soul voice, he does about as much good work as those hi-vis council road workers, only with a lot more efficiency. Most importantly, MCSR knows about accountability, at all levels of soul and groove, and have been consistently not only meeting, but exceeding melodic and harmonic KPI's for over 10 years.

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Oct
31
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Brooke Russell and the Mean Reds
Nov
1
8:00 PM20:00

Brooke Russell and the Mean Reds

Brooke Russell and The Mean Reds play a special show at Eddy Castle on Thursday 1st November. With songs about boozy nights, bad decisions, broken hearts and the best intentions, Brooke Russell and The Mean Reds blend vintage Americana with widescreen, dark country. Their second full length album, The Way You Leave was written between Nashville and Melbourne and released October 2017. Sweet, sultry and soaring, this new collection of songs document love, loss, friendship and regret and feature co-writes with Andrew Combs, Clare Reynolds and Tobias Hengeveld as well as covers of JD Souther and Tom Waits.

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Agus Batara Quartet
Nov
2
6:00 PM18:00

Agus Batara Quartet

Agus Batara Quartet will bring 2 sets of original jazz infused with warm guitar sound to The Edinburgh Castle. The band came into formation in 2017 through their debut performance at the Castlemaine Jazz Festival and later that year at the Halls Gap Jazz Festival. Agus Batara (keys/ band leader) draws his unique song writing style from a mix of jazz root tradition, modern funk and wider ‘world’ music influence inspired by idols like Bill Evans, Brad Mehldau, Avishai Cohen(b), Tigran Hamasyah, EST and more. The quartet’s unique repertoire often evokes an imaginative landscape, place or story beyond their melodic, harmonic or rhythmic ideas.

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DJ Murph
Nov
2
to Nov 3

DJ Murph

Not much is considered off the tables when this guy spins. Expect a whole heap of vintage Soul and 50’s & 60’s R’n’B mixed with a healthy dose of the classic and the obscure from every era and genre. Music with soul for the heart and the feet.

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Rat Child
Nov
3
5:00 PM17:00

Rat Child

Rat Child's powerful soul vocals are combined with her particular knack for earnest storytelling inspired by the traditions of blues and folk music. Seeing herself as both artist and activist, Rat Child's lyrics reflect this and her personal vulnerability, as well as her drive for social change is translated through every performance. Her mellow groove is rolled with the help of a handful of makeshift jazz chords strummed upon a lovely old Japanese electric guitar. Gospel soul meets folk storytelling meets stoner blues.

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Nov
3
to Nov 4

DJ Crispi

DJ Crispi is a dj for all occasions, playing upbeat music from the 50s to now and covering genres from funk and soul to rock and pop and everything in between. Using his experience as a dj on PBS FM, he knows how to play the right music to suit the right mood. Whether it's background music while dinner is served or party music for dancing, DJ Crispi is the ideal dj for the weekend!

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Tom McGowan
Nov
4
4:00 PM16:00

Tom McGowan

Tom is an instrumentalist (guitar). He writes evocative tunes that blend folk, country and soundscape.

He is a former member of Melbourne band Folding For Air (Jenny Hval) and current member of Victorian Goldfields band The Winter Berries.

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Nov
7
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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The Sockettes
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

The Sockettes

They say ‘good things come in threes’.

The Sockettes, a new Melbourne trio, weave together a wide range of musical influences to deliver a unique sound. From jazz piano to Irish fiddle, mandolin to folk guitar, The Sockettes unify their learnings, individual genre's and personal experiences to create a range of warm and engaging song writing. Storytelling is delivered with mellifluous three-piece harmonies adorned with strings and keys. Close to finishing their first album, the show is intimate and emotive - not to be missed.

Supported by Juice Webster

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Mayhem
Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Mayhem

Mayhem are a four-piece string band, two parts Hobart, one part Darwin, one part Northcote. Playing all original songs, Mayhem share a love of good tunes and sweet harmonies.

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SNAJ
Nov
10
5:00 PM17:00

SNAJ

SnaJ is an instrumental trio (sax/drums/bass) which plays original groove based compositions. The idea behind the group was to play tunes based on odd-time signatures and interesting melodies with the goal of making them still feel funky and accessible. The group was formed in 2017 and since the start of this year we have been gigging regularly in bars and pubs around Melbourne.

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DJ Chips and Salad
Nov
10
to Nov 11

DJ Chips and Salad

Nobody wants Steamed veggies. Everybody wants Chips and Salads! 

Indie miserablism meets party hip hop. Kraut, synth, a shallow knowledge of dub reggae, two Beyonce records, awkward house music and a bunch of Alt. hits and memories. Like if Jive Bunny did the Stranger Things Soundtrack

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Twilight in Tulsa
Nov
11
4:00 PM16:00

Twilight in Tulsa


Honkytonk is their currency and they crank it out generously. Twilight in Tulsa are in it purely for the fun they get to have with each other and their audience. Drawing from the songbooks of the early Americana greats including Patsy, Johnny, Hank, Wanda Ray and Leroy as well as original material, the musicianship is fine and the delivery is engaging. This is the second residency that Twilight in Tulsa have had at the Edinburgh Castle. They love this gig for the great vibe that infuses the crowd inciting people to dance and strangers to say howdy. A Sunday arvo in the beer garden with the Twilights is food for the soul upon which to draw your weekend to a close and herald the new week. Dig it!

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Nov
14
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Ben Alter
Nov
15
8:00 PM20:00

Ben Alter


With honest lyrics synced to an indie rock and chamber pop sound, Alter seeks to create an experience that transports individuals to a sense of familiar nostalgia and a bliss of inhibited wonder, while at the same time tell a story of past troubles- and the redemption of those times.

In a culture of constant movement and busyness, Alter’s music reminds us to take a deep breath and remember the innocence of being ourselves. The vulnerable undertones of his unique voice immerses listeners with a hopeful safeguard of better days. For a moment listening, his struggles are our struggles and his victories are our victories and his joys are our joys- and even though his music is essentially his story shared, it is one we can all understand.

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Tasha Zappala
Nov
16
6:00 PM18:00

Tasha Zappala

Australian singer-songwriter Tasha Zappala unlocks a raw mixture of post-folk blues that synthesizes the atmosphere of a local coffee shop where the lighting is warm & the ambiance is nothing short of enticing. Her intense gypsy-folk melodies will at one moment materialize into dainty falsettos, and at the next into a throaty, growling chest tone. Soulful and spine-tingling, ethereal and evocative, Zappala weaves abstracted tales of foggy memories and days adrift.

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DJ Lady Blades
Nov
16
to Nov 17

DJ Lady Blades

DJ Lady Blades will be spinning her unique mix of  Stompin Rhythm and Blues, 60's dancers, Surf, Exotica, Garage, Latin shakers, soul screamers and a whole heap of dirty rock n roll,

Specialising in Mexican Rocanrol from the 50's and 60's. She has travelled Mexico a few times to collect and spin records in a few of Mexico's smokey 60's Garage a Go Go and Rockabilly Rocanrol record hops. .. you'll get a mix of much loved and little-heard rarities she's collected along the way!

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Nancy Cole and Ezekiel Sneezed
Nov
17
5:00 PM17:00

Nancy Cole and Ezekiel Sneezed

Ezekiel Sneezed are a folk duo that fuse different acoustic instruments with haunting harmonies. Their music has a dark tinge, and often inspires comparisons to that of Nick Drake and Elliott Smith. They play for the first time at the Ed Castle alongside Nancy Cole (solo), a folk-pop outfit who sing sweet and cynical songs about love, friendship, and bitterness. After two horizon-expanding years in Barcelona, Ezekiel has returned to Melbourne, and is teaming up with Nancy Cole for the first time for an afternoon of melody at the Ed

Ezekiel Sneezed:

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Nancy Cole:

Bandcamp

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DJ Learntables
Nov
17
to Nov 18

DJ Learntables

Professor Learntables, MD (Master of the Dance-floor) presents:

The History of Music According To Professor Learntables. 

Squeeze into your dancing pants for an evening of toe-tapping and finger-snapping as the Professor slips a disc or two of his quality selections. 

Something for the hard-steppers and chin-strokers alike... 

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Sean Lee McCoy
Nov
18
4:00 PM16:00

Sean Lee McCoy

Sean Lee McCoy is a Traditional Country/folk/blues musician from Melbourne, Victoria. Sean Is joined by Peter Baylor and Rick Dempster (Dancehall Rackateers) to call out tunes from
the Appalachia mountains to the Tin Pan Alley. Harmonica, fiddle, guitars, steel guitar and banjo are expected to be picked up and put down throughout the show. Whether it's the high lonesome yodels, eye watering waltzes or the swingin' down low blues, Sean Lee McCoy is as refreshing as he is authentic in celebrating a golden age of American music.

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Entropy Quartet
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

Entropy Quartet

Entropy Quartet is a four piece ensemble from Melbourne that merge elements of improvised jazz, funk and groove, roving through syncopated states and improvised landscapes. The ensemble perform mostly original material but their sets are also peppered with creative interpretations of well known pop music, from the likes of The Beatles, Radiohead, and Bjork amongst others. The band draws influence from a broad spectrum of musical sources, ranging from Jazz, to classical,

to electronic music. They released their debut EP Live (recorded live at Bennetts Lane) in 2015, and followed with their first full-length studio release S>0, launched at Uptown Jazz Cafe at the end of 2017. Entropy Quartet have been played on radio programs across the country, and performed live on PBS' Impressions program. The ensemble regularly play at various venues around Melbourne, and are currently working toward their second studio release in 2019."

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DJ Lady Blades
Nov
23
to Nov 24

DJ Lady Blades

DJ Lady Blades will be spinning her unique mix of  Stompin Rhythm and Blues, 60's dancers, Surf, Exotica, Garage, Latin shakers, soul screamers and a whole heap of dirty rock n roll,

Specialising in Mexican Rocanrol from the 50's and 60's. She has travelled Mexico a few times to collect and spin records in a few of Mexico's smokey 60's Garage a Go Go and Rockabilly Rocanrol record hops. .. you'll get a mix of much loved and little-heard rarities she's collected along the way!

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Slim Dime
Nov
24
5:00 PM17:00

Slim Dime

Slim Dime are an acoustic duo featuring old-time mountain sounds, seamless harmonies and some mighty-fine pickin’. They make music that sounds as though it’s always existed somewhere on a mountaintop, “the arrangements and performances are utterly engaging and, because of the nature of the material, altogether timeless.”

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DJ Halfprice Hancock
Nov
24
to Nov 25

DJ Halfprice Hancock

Half Price Hancock plays wave after wave of exotic, hypnotic and cosmically erotic tunes to creep you out and shake you off.

Rock n Roll, Nigerian Soul, Egyptian Jazz and Trash Blues are all part of the flotsam and jetsam washing up on this lonesome island.

Spit yer teeth out and dig a hole, children!

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Moreland City Soul Revue
Nov
25
4:00 PM16:00

Moreland City Soul Revue

The Moreland City Soul Revue has become as much an institution in this great city of Moreland as bike paths, yarn-bombing at Jewel Station, and out of control plastic fires at recycling depots. Musically, they're as reliable as paying council rates but a lot sexier. And when frontman Paul Slattery really lets loose with his whopping soul voice, he does about as much good work as those hi-vis council road workers, only with a lot more efficiency. Most importantly, MCSR knows about accountability, at all levels of soul and groove, and have been consistently not only meeting, but exceeding melodic and harmonic KPI's for over 10 years.

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Last Leaves
Nov
29
8:00 PM20:00

Last Leaves

Formed from the scattered remains of The Lucksmiths, Last Leaves combine songwriter Marty Donald’s lyrical sleight-of-hand with the jangle and racket of his former band mates Louis Richter and Mark Monnone, and drummer Noah Symons of Great Earthquake fame. In late-2017, Last Leaves released their debut album Other Towns Than Ours to a resounding chorus of hurrahs.

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Kerryn Feilds
Nov
30
6:00 PM18:00

Kerryn Feilds


Kerryn Fields powerful songs, baritone brilliance and string-plucking virtuosity leave audiences transfixed, crying, laughing and dipping their fingers into all the layers of the universe - after which they lick them in public, because this life is kind of delicious.

She’s also very funny.

“A joyous presence” – TheMusic

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Twilight in Tulsa
Dec
9
4:00 PM16:00

Twilight in Tulsa


Honkytonk is their currency and they crank it out generously. Twilight in Tulsa are in it purely for the fun they get to have with each other and their audience. Drawing from the songbooks of the early Americana greats including Patsy, Johnny, Hank, Wanda Ray and Leroy as well as original material, the musicianship is fine and the delivery is engaging. This is the second residency that Twilight in Tulsa have had at the Edinburgh Castle. They love this gig for the great vibe that infuses the crowd inciting people to dance and strangers to say howdy. A Sunday arvo in the beer garden with the Twilights is food for the soul upon which to draw your weekend to a close and herald the new week. Dig it!

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Alex Watts
Dec
22
5:00 PM17:00

Alex Watts

Continuing a mercurial run on the back of the killer debut album Another Step In The Dark, indie pop singer Alex Watts will perform a special stripped back show at The Edinburgh Castle on Saturday December 22nd. Appearing in duo mode with guitarist and singer Moz McKenzie, the pair will harmonise throughout two sets, showcasing material new and old. Not to be missed.

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Dear Matilda
Oct
21
4:00 PM16:00

Dear Matilda


As an only child Dear Matilda is used to being the centre of attention, which is reflected in her live shows as she performs solo with a steel string acoustic guitar and a dynamic voice bursting with passion. Though mainly acoustic folk, Dear Matilda dabbles in music inspired by many different genres. Catch her next gig on Sunday 21st Ocotber, 4pm at The Edinburgh Castle, 681 Sydney Rd, Brunswick!

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DJ Chips and Salad
Oct
20
to Oct 21

DJ Chips and Salad

Nobody wants Steamed veggies. Everybody wants Chips and Salads! 

Indie miserablism meets party hip hop. Kraut, synth, a shallow knowledge of dub reggae, two Beyonce records, awkward house music and a bunch of Alt. hits and memories. Like if Jive Bunny did the Stranger Things Soundtrack

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Yasin Leflef
Oct
20
5:00 PM17:00

Yasin Leflef

Yasin Leflef [Yaah-sin Lef-lef] is an Australian born singer-songwriter & producer with Turkish roots. He blends sounds of neo-soul, jazz and r&b, drawing influence from D’angelo, Jordan Rakei and 30/70.

Yasin Leflef started out playing shows and busking on Bourke St as a street performer with a sonic palette geared towards roots & folk. In 2016, he was hand picked as a semifinalist at the Bluesfest Busking Competition before stepping out of his comfort zone to build a home studio and explore his love for groove based music. Leflef spent two years cultivating his new sound while helping other artists with co-writing and production.

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DJ Mama Disquo
Oct
19
to Oct 20

DJ Mama Disquo

Mama Disquo started out as a PBS FM announcer developing her record collection in Sydney working at Revolve Records. A vinyl collector of various flavours, albums and 7"s. Mama Disquo came about through her radio show on 2SER featuring aspects of her collection and hosting guest Dj's and musicians who delved into their collection. Back in Melbourne spinning records in various bars and venues - specialising in soul, funk, dub, reggae, boogie, disco rhythm n blues, afro influences, garage and psych rock from different parts of the world.


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Honeymoon Bridge
Oct
18
8:00 PM20:00

Honeymoon Bridge

For two Thursdays in August, Edinburgh Castle present the haunted harmonies of 'Honeymoon Bridge'. The harmony-folk trio sing songs in memory of their belated. Evocative of Simon and Garfunkel, the sororal vocals of Steph Brett and Helena Plazza are underpinned by hypnotic acoustic guitar, celtic harp, and the old-time mandolin stylings of Stephen E. Stanisic. For two T Thursday 18th and 25th of October, 8-10pm.

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Oct
17
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Twilight in Tulsa
Oct
14
4:00 PM16:00

Twilight in Tulsa


Honkytonk is their currency and they crank it out generously. Twilight in Tulsa are in it purely for the fun they get to have with each other and their audience. Drawing from the songbooks of the early Americana greats including Patsy, Johnny, Hank, Wanda Ray and Leroy as well as original material, the musicianship is fine and the delivery is engaging. This is the second residency that Twilight in Tulsa have had at the Edinburgh Castle. They love this gig for the great vibe that infuses the crowd inciting people to dance and strangers to say howdy. A Sunday arvo in the beer garden with the Twilights is food for the soul upon which to draw your weekend to a close and herald the new week. Dig it!

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DJ Erney Dee
Oct
13
to Oct 14

DJ Erney Dee

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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Alister Turrill
Oct
13
5:00 PM17:00

Alister Turrill

“Alister is a songwriter of the highest order and a sign that the future of Australian blues is in good hands.” - Lloyd Spiegel, Premier Endorsee Cole Clark Guitars.

It would be a generalisation to group Queenscliff’s Alister Turrill with other young roots players. His playing style blends a true form of blues with complex song writing seldom seen.

He’s shared the stage with Jeff Lang, Geoff Achison and Lloyd Spiegel on several occasions and has supported the likes of Charlie Parr (US), Tim Rogers, Ash Grunwald, Kim Churchill, Steve Smyth, Tim Freedman and Shane Howard.
The past two years have seen the new Melbourne resident at his busiest and best yet with his first East Coast Tour (including a well-received slot on the Roaming Buskers Stage at Byron Bay Bluesfest 2017) and first European shows.
Following his award winning 2013 debut album 'Reverence & Resonance, 2015 single release 'Road To The Grave' and 2016 EP 'A Toast To Better Times',
Alister launched into 2018 with the release of brand new single ‘See You On Your Way’. A deeply personal dark folk song highlighting the struggles associated with mental health in today’s society.
Honest, Flawed, Gravel-Throated Folkin' Blues awaits.

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DJ Lady Love Potion
Oct
12
to Oct 13

DJ Lady Love Potion

Lady Love Potion brings a stack of 60s girl group soul and rocknroll and likes to play music that makes romance happen.

She'll nod to the new wave, pull out some down under nuggets and then return you to your childhood roller disco.

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Zoe Fox
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Zoe Fox

Zoë Fox.
Definition: 
The cosmic cadet who is front woman of the psychedelic psychos "Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks"
Other titles include: 
Princess of Pop, Reiner of Rock, Lady of Lullabies. 

*Currently on a Super Secret Solo Mission to Edinburgh Castle, Brunswick on October 12th. 

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Obscura Hail
Oct
11
8:00 PM20:00

Obscura Hail

Conceived on NSW’s South Coast in 2006, and now buried alive in Melbourne’s North, Obscura Hail is a testament to the indie dream; writing, recording and releasing self contained albums from an ad-hoc bedroom studio. Sparked by an irrational fear of memory loss via mercury poisoning from an amalgam tooth filling, Obscura Hail embodies a routine of unpacking personal, nostalgic, and ontological thoughts with great urgency during the witching hours. His decade strong, extensive backlog of alternating styles show a love for new avenues for expression, keeping the motifs of galloping finger work, and a politely quiet vocal delivery, made audible with dense harmonic layering. Sean and his summoned folk are sneaking into Melbourne’s intimate spaces to fill strangers with relative truths via rich live experiences that reflects the evolving arrangements, in the wake of his latest stylistic
deviation ‘PIZZA’.

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Oct
10
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Oct
6
to Oct 7

DJ Crispi

DJ Crispi is a dj for all occasions, playing upbeat music from the 50s to now and covering genres from funk and soul to rock and pop and everything in between. Using his experience as a dj on PBS FM, he knows how to play the right music to suit the right mood. Whether it's background music while dinner is served or party music for dancing, DJ Crispi is the ideal dj for the weekend!

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Lottie Liams
Oct
6
5:00 PM17:00

Lottie Liams


Lottie Liams is a singer-songwriter, artist and performer from Montmorency. She is known for her soulful songwriting and sweet renditions of popular songs, as well as being known for the unique way she looks. Lottie has opened for famous bands such as Middle Kids and Castlecomer, and is set to release her debut EP in October of 2018.
In addition to being a popular local artist, Lottie is notorious for being an advocate for chronic illness, mental health, and the LGBT+ community.

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Melbourne Ukelele Kollective
Oct
6
3:00 PM15:00

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

The Melbourne Ukulele Kollective, commonly known as MUK and established in 2004, present Lou Reed’s classic 1972 album, Transformer. Including such greats as Walk on the Wild Side, Perfect Day and Satellite of Love, the album marked the beginning of Reed’s solo career after his split with the Velvet Underground and his reclaiming of the quickly growing Pop-Glam scene. With Bowie and Mick Ronson producing the album and lending their musical and arrangement talents to the recordings, Transformer is a landmark of Reed’s legacy.

In true, colourful MUK style they will be embracing the transformative theme of the album and will be resplendent in a wide variety of Drag. Come as you are on the inside!

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DJ Simon Laxton
Oct
5
to Oct 6

DJ Simon Laxton

Simon Laxton plays wilder underground sounds  from the 50's and  60's. He genre hops (Rock n Roll, Rockabilly, Soul, Early Funk, Popcorn, authentic R&B, Rocksteady, Ska, Garage and more)

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Crumhorn
Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

Crumhorn

Crumhorn is the solo electro-acoustic project of Melbourne based multi-instrumentalist and
sound-artist, George Worthy.
Playing clarinet, bassoon, zither, percussion, FX processing, sampling and live-looping his
music brings together historical classical music, jazz, klezmer, and sound art through
improvisation and electronic manipulation, creating lush textures of melody, harmony and
asymmetrical rhythms.
“Master of the floaty dance-floor”, Crumhorn is set to send your mind afloat.
Crumhorn has played at Rainbow Serpent Festival 2018, and around Melbourne both as a
solo artist and with various ensembles.

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Mike Noga
Oct
4
8:00 PM20:00

Mike Noga

KING, the third album from Melbourne's Mike Noga, is an immersive listening experience unlike any album released in Australia in recent time. Loosely based on Georg Büchner's great unfinished play, 'Woyzeck', KING is a dark, psychedelic, rock and roll concept album, and Noga's most ambitious project yet. Featuring Noah Taylor (Game of Thrones, Almost Famous) as "The Narrator" and produced by Something For Kate's Paul Dempsey, KING is the tale of one mans decent into madness and the bloodshed that follows.

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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Oct
3
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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The Nine Pound Shammers
Sep
30
4:00 PM16:00

The Nine Pound Shammers

The Nine Pound Shammers are a combination of pickers from a number of Melbourne bands brought together through many a night of picking classic bluegrass tunes together. From the likes of The Knott Family Band, The Burning Bridges, Roadside Holiday and Front Porch - these five pickers will unite for a special one-off performance to play a collection of their favourite songs. With Elwood Sze (banjo), Maxine Sutcliffe (double bass), Tanya Bradley (fiddle), Thomas Kendall (guitar) and Vinny Russell (mandolin) and a few extra cameos on the day, it's sure to be a great afternoon of Bluegrass. If nothing else, they'll do their best to answer the age old bluegrass question (as immortalised in the classic tune Nine Pound Hammer) "How can I roll, when the wheels won't roll?"

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DJ Tardisco
Sep
29
to Sep 30

DJ Tardisco

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.

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Victor Stranges
Sep
29
5:00 PM17:00

Victor Stranges

"Victor Stranges is a world class songwriter and one of the most able multi-instrumentalists you're likely to come across. Carrying the flame of literate, melodic post-punk artists to cherish from Elvis Costello down. He sings it like he means it."
DC Cardwell

"Strangely enough, he sounds more like he began as a lounge singer, pulled from a musical at a young age and indoctrinated into a punk lifestyle of hard guitars and dark clubs."
Brad McNaughton, Rip It Up (Adelaide)

"Hello Me To You, it's great."
Edwyn Collins

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Ed Reed
Sep
28
6:00 PM18:00

Ed Reed

Local singer / songwriter Ed Reed will be hitting the No 19 tram with acoustic guitar in hand to play an intimate show in the beer garden. Stripping back his customary blend of 90’s shoegaze and Brit-pop inspired tunes and with better half Moira assisting on additional vocal duties you can kick back and be treated to summertime melodies and warm harmonies.

Joining in for the afternoon will be some tasty tunes by The General Lees. Imagine the love children of Belle & Sebastian and The Beautiful South and you’re pretty much there.

What better way to kick off the long weekend??

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Sean McMahon
Sep
27
8:00 PM20:00

Sean McMahon

Exceptional songwriting is what has always stood out first and foremost for Melbourne artist Sean McMahon.

Across five albums, including recordings with outfits Downhills Home, Western Union and  The Moonmen, he has traversed a musical highway from densely textured alt-country through to an eclectic blend of folk, blues, ‘cosmic’ country and rock and roll.  

Largely inspired by the American songbook, its traditions and its champions, his melodic and poetic style of songwriting is loaded with confessional narratives and vivid storytelling that explore and exploit familiar themes,  however it's his ability to craft a song and his warm and honest vocals that set him apart.

Listen to his his last record ‘Shiner’ here. // Website


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Mrs Smith's Trivia
Sep
26
8:00 PM20:00

Mrs Smith's Trivia

Mrs Smith's Trivia Every Wednesday night 8pm for one of the best trivia nights in Melbourne. 

Win JC Disco lamp, Jugs of beer, bottles of wine and meals at the EC.  A fast game is a good game!
 

Call 03 9386 7580 to book a table.

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Ruby Saltbush
Sep
23
4:00 PM16:00

Ruby Saltbush

Born where the Edward River flows and beneath magnificent skies, Ruby Saltbush brings together guitar and three-part harmonies in an eclectic mix of musical genre and mood. Chris Bodey has been playing and teaching guitar for as long as anyone can remember and brings his significant musical and performing knowledge to the group. Vocalists Shelagh Logg, Julie Cassar and Kate Butler met through a love of ukulele and soon recognised that singing in harmony was a unique pleasure that deserved some attention. With a repertoire ranging from bluegrass to Bowie, Ruby Saltbush can bring their love of music to your Sunday arvo.

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DJ Erney Dee
Sep
22
to Sep 23

DJ Erney Dee

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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Tommy Castles
Sep
22
5:00 PM17:00

Tommy Castles

"Without chemical rearrangement, he will make you float.." Fran, Folkswagon

Tommy Castles is a folk musician who after playing Falls Festival & 4 sold out shows with Amy Shark at The Corner Hotel, has already gone on to embark on 4 headline national tours at the age of just 20.

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