Sticky Carpet: Aussie acts combined to South by Southwest list

January 16, 2015 - garden totes

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THE COATHANGERS

In a infectious, unobtrusive cover of a Runaways, a Coathangers from a USA  are 4 albums into a plan that didn’t start out seriously, though has given upheld a likes of a Black Lips, a Thermals and Trail of Dead. The all-female garage/punk band, who don’t mind switching instruments on stage, are now furloughed Australia and move their rough sounds to a Tote in Collingwood tonight,  along with Scotdrakula, a Pink Tiles and Pow Pow Kids. thetotehotel.com

BRUNSWICK MUSIC FESTIVAL

Brunswick in Melbourne’s middle north is Australia’s new song heartland with a 3056 postcode home to a country’s biggest series of songwriters and multiplying with live song venues. The Brunswick Music Festival, Mar 1-15, has  a song module as different as a community itself. Archie Roach, a Bon Scotts, Charles Jenkins a Amateur Historians, Grand Salvo, Peter Combe, L-Fresh a Lion, a Black Sorrows, a Bushwackers and DJ Spooky from a USA are among a featured acts in a festival’s 27th year. There are performers from India, Iceland, Spain, Nigeria, Singapore, Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand and Canada among a clever brew of locals. Other highlights embody Festa Piazza celebrating Melbourne’s abounding Italian heritage, a night of Greek Blues called Rebetiko Tragoudi, A Family Affair featuring a famous Xylouris clan, Mongolian Bling and a Jazz Party night. The festivities start with a Sydney Road travel celebration on Mar 1. For some-more information and tickets go to brunswickmusicfestival.com.au

RUBY BOOTS GETS SIGNED

Ruby Boots is a theatre name for nation artist Bex Chilcott, who recently sealed with Lost Highway Records. The flame-haired troubadour’s new single Middle of Nowhere co-written by associate West Australian Vikki Thorn from a Waifs, is out today. Now formed in Melbourne, Ruby Boots has been a unchanging on internal stages and now heads north to play a world-renowned Tamworth Country Music Festival. The home of a Big Golden Guitar in northern NSW is set to horde some-more than 800 performers and about 4000 shows opposite 120 venues. Now in a 43rd year a eventuality runs for a subsequent 10 days, attracting some-more than 55,000 visitors. Other Tamworth  acts this year embody Kasey Chambers, Lee Kernaghan, a Bushwackers, a Davidson Brothers, Beccy Cole, Melinda Schneider, Mustered Courage, a McClymonts, Shane Nicholson, Catherine Britt, Lachlan Bryan, a Adam Eckersley Band and Weeping Willows. Tamworth’s flagship eventuality is a Country Music Awards of Australia on Jan 24.

BULGING BLUESFEST

The world-renowned Bluesfest, now in a 26th year, has combined a Waterboys,  soulful Irish performer Hozier, American nation thespian Hunter Hayes, New Zealand’s Fly My Pretties, American alt-rockers Switchfoot and internal rocker Diesel to a line-up.  The Black Keys, Alabama Shakes, George Clinton, Ben Harper and three-time Grammy winners Train are among a headliners personification Australia’s many awarded festival, Apr 2-6 during Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm only outward Byron Bay. , bluesfest.com.au

MONEY FOR ROPE RETURN

Local soul/rock organisation Money For Rope spent many of a past 18 months furloughed Europe, India, USA, showcasing during SxSW, appearing during Glastonbury and personification a fibre of dates with associate Melburnian Courtney Barnett. The rope lapse for dual shows this weekend during their devout home, Cherry Bar, in AC/DC Lane. Support tonight comes from Plague Doctor and Motel Love; while tomorrow night it’s Stella Angelico and Axe Girl featuring Vanessa from Perth’s Jebediah. cherrybar.com.au

1. GUN BARREL STRAIGHTS

Friday, 9pm, Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, $10

baropen.com.au

Folk stone sextet featuring members of Buried Feather and Dub Captains, launch their opening single. With guest Goatpiss Gasoline. 

2. HARTS

Friday, 8.30pm, Shebeen, 36 Manchester Lane, Melbourne, $15

shebeen.com.au

One-man-band whose singular appearance during #3 on a US Alternate Radio Charts teams adult with associate Melbourne rockers Magic Bones.

3. XYLOURIS WHITE

Saturday, 8pm, Howler, opening around carpark, 7-11 Dawson Street, Brunswick, $25+bf

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First Melbourne opening for collaboration between Cretan lute player George Xylouris and Dirty Three drummer Jim White, with guest Laura Jean.

4. THE MEANIES

Saturday, 8pm, Gershwin Room, a Espy, 11 Upper Esplanade, St Kilda, free

espy.com.au

Celebrating reissues of a 25-year-old trounce cocktail rockers’ behind catalog on vinyl with guests Warped and Wolfpack.

5. WISHFUL

Tuesday, 7.30pm, a Workers Club, 51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, $10

theworkersclub.com.au

Five-piece symphonic essence cocktail rope featuring Paul Kelly’s daughters Memphis and Madeline.


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