We’re bringing the goods every Thursday in February with some of this town’s best music acts.
Settle in for a good time as the sun dips behind our wings with tunes, food and brews. This is summer done right.
Folk/alternative outfit Wolf and Willow are a new duo out making their mark on the Melbourne music scene. With their debut EP Born to be and follow up single Heart on Fire out into the world, the boys have seen a few east coast tours featuring festival appearances and a chain of intimate house concerts. The debut EP was recorded moving a makeshift studio into a church with their good friend James Dinopolous of NinetyNine100 records. The EP's lead single Seaside saw online success climbing to No.7 and No.11 of the Australian and US Viral Spotify charts respectively. They promise a super-chilled as the sun goes down for another Thursday eve.
Heartbreaker alt-country duo Miles and Simone weave their lonesome seaside lullabies and ballads with restraint - two sublime voices, gentle melodies, poetic lyrics and hilarious banter. They have shared stages with some of Australia’s most revered artists including Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes, Tinpan Orange and Harry James Angus amongst others. They have enthralled audiences at national arts and music festivals including Woodford Folk Festival, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Brisbane World Theatre Festival, Darwin Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Falls Festival, Mullum Music Festival and the famous Spiegeltent.
Khristian Mizzi is a Melbourne artist known for his powerful original songs and his intimate live performances. Mizzi’s songs explore humanity, social injustice, and hope, inspiring and enlivening audiences wherever he plays. Growing up in rural Victoria, Khristian developed an early love for music and was performing regularly by the age of sixteen. He has spent the last 20 years traveling up and down the highways of Australia, connecting with audiences in small towns, rural outposts, and big cities, and becoming a mainstay of the live music scene in Melbourne.