Made for the bar room not the ballroom, Jazz Party is a loose collective of jazzbos known for their sporadic take-over residences in unassuming rooms across Melbourne. Playing a slippery mix of jump blues, boogie, and rhythm n blues á la New Orleans. Shouting, drinking and slow dancing with strangers all encouraged.
Folk diviner. Dream reviver. Music delicately awe-inspiring.
Leah Senior silences audiences with her other-worldly presence and unique lyricism. Her latest album Pretty Faces twirls gently, in it’s own form of psych-folk revival.
Music for quiet and perhaps patient people- the blinds are drawn and the songs are covered in a fine layer of dust; yet there is sunlight peaking through the gaps, a silver lining to a dusky tone, a sense of humour behind the tragedy. Stunning really.
Melbourne jangle-pop duo Cloud Castles blend shimmery glistening guitar lines washing over emphatic drum grooves.
These DIY junkies record in their own makeshift home studio, self-recording and releasing their debut EP in 2017, while creating their own artwork, posters and even hand-illustrating a limited run of cardboard sleeves for the release of their single, Puzzle Pieces.
Crafting lounge room jams into infectious riffs is what Cloud Castles do best, reminiscent of Something for Kate, DIIV, Beach Fossils, War paint, Foals, Last Dinosaurs, King Gizzard, and Tame Impala.