The Pass Outs
Wednesday 23 July

The Pass Outs

w/ Warbirds
8pm - Free Entry
Wednesdays in July Residency

The Pass Outs uniquely blend 70’s and 90’s melodic rock while infusing it with powerful lyrics and strong vocal melodies. The song writing is solid, the riffs are tight and the stage presence is unmissable.

Having SOLD OUT their recent album launch at Cherry, they have their sights set on a 5 date Wednesday night residency at Yah Yah’s all through July. Do it.
 
Kingswood
Thursday 24 July

Kingswood (Single Launch)

w/ Palace Of The King
8pm
$20 Tix
Kingswood: 'I Can Feel That You Don't Love Me' Single Launch, and Splendour Warm-Upp Party Show!

POTK: Steeped in bluesy swagger and riff-heavy psychedelia, this is rock n' roll the way it should be. The Melbourne-based 6-piece have got their own thing going on; this isn't a grave-robbing trip down memory lane. It's all about the future.
 
Redcoats
Friday 25 July

Redcoats

w/ Child & Fuck The Fitzroy Doom Scene
Doors 8pm - $10 Entry
Fridays in July Residency

"Redcoats have compiled a short and sharp ten-track album that is nothing short of mind-blowing....A simply stunning rock'n'roll debut" The Music
"The song writing is phenomenal throughout...music that will make your mind explode" Sludgefactory

Child: Local long haired 3-piece jamming psychedelic/stoner/blues rock
Fuck The Fitzroy Doom Scene: Stoner rockers with skills to match their doom scene hatred.
 
Sky Faulkner
Friday 25 July

Sly Faulkner

Friday Arvo Residency
5:30-7:30pm - Free
Sly Faulkner plays 2 free sets for your Friday arvo knock off!
 
pierce bros
Saturday 26 July

Pierce Brothers

w/ Jack Stirling and Millington
Two Shows - 2pm and 8pm
Tickets $15
Melbourne multi-instrumentalists the Pierce Brothers are excited to reveal that their highly anticipated EP, The Night Tree, will be released on Friday 30 May 2014. To celebrate, the charismatic indie-folk duo are gearing up to hit the road for a huge 11-date tour, spanning capital cities and regional venues across VIC, NSW & QLD.
 
The Pass Outs
Wednesday 30 July

The Pass Outs

w/ The Caning
8pm - Free Entry
Wednesdays in July Residency

The Pass Outs uniquely blend 70’s and 90’s melodic rock while infusing it with powerful lyrics and strong vocal melodies. The song writing is solid, the riffs are tight and the stage presence is unmissable.

Having SOLD OUT their recent album launch at Cherry, they have their sights set on a 5 date Wednesday night residency at Yah Yah’s all through July. Do it.
 
Palace of the Kings
Thursday 31 July

Palace of the King

w/ Holliava
8pm
Free Entry
Thursdays in July Residency

'Vinyl Launch Party'

Steeped in bluesy swagger and riff-heavy psychedelia, this is rock n' roll the way it should be. The Melbourne-based 6-piece have got their own thing going on; this isn't a grave-robbing trip down memory lane. It's all about the future.
 
Gena
Saturday 2 August

Gena Rose Bruce

'Blazing' Radio' Single Launch
Doors 8pm - $13 Tix
Gena Rose Bruce, 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Melbourne, is about to make a striking mark with her haunting new single, ‘Blazing Radio’.

As soon as she started to sing...wow. What a voice.
It’s My Kind Of Scene

Talented sweetheart Gena Rose Bruce plays dreamy alt pop, which is rich in killer lyrical content. After some merry acoustic numbers, the house sits up straight and barely lets out a breath while listening to the sweet, rueful way she sings.
TheMusic (April, 2014)
 
LoveBombs_Poster_Web
Thursday 7 August

The Love Bombs

w/ The Council & The Black Alleys
Doors 8pm - Free Entry
Thursdays in August Residency.

This sexy Melbourne four-piece is finally exploding on stage with their signature rockin’ howls and cruising rock.

Singer Pierina O’Brien’s Tyler-sque moves are accompanied with the dulcet tones and rude guitar of Hamish McLean (The Council), bass maiden Jamie McLean (Bunny Monroe) and the obstinate drums of Derek Anderson (The Council), united into a sound like that party upstairs you wish you were invited to.
 
Low Fly Incline
Friday 8 August

Low Fly Incline

w/ My Left Boot, Link Meanie's Amazing Jukebox, Redro Redriguez & His Inner Demons
8pm
Tickets $13
Local stoner rockers with a Californian desert sound, releasing their debut record produced by Scott Reeder (Kyuss).
 
LoveBombs_Poster_Web
Thursday 14 August

The Love Bombs

w/ Magic Bones & Brockway Lights
Doors 8pm - Free Entry
Thursdays in August Residency.

This sexy Melbourne four-piece is finally exploding on stage with their signature rockin’ howls and cruising rock.

Singer Pierina O’Brien’s Tyler-sque moves are accompanied with the dulcet tones and rude guitar of Hamish McLean (The Council), bass maiden Jamie McLean (Bunny Monroe) and the obstinate drums of Derek Anderson (The Council), united into a sound like that party upstairs you wish you were invited to.
 
LoveBombs_Poster_Web
Thursday 21 August

The Love Bombs

w/ Submarines & Levitating Churches
Doors 8pm - Free Entry
Thursdays in August Residency.

This sexy Melbourne four-piece is finally exploding on stage with their signature rockin’ howls and cruising rock.

Singer Pierina O’Brien’s Tyler-sque moves are accompanied with the dulcet tones and rude guitar of Hamish McLean (The Council), bass maiden Jamie McLean (Bunny Monroe) and the obstinate drums of Derek Anderson (The Council), united into a sound like that party upstairs you wish you were invited to.
 
LoveBombs_Poster_Web
Thursday 21 August

The Love Bombs

w/ Modesty + DD & The Damaged Goods
Doors 8pm - Free Entry
Thursdays in August Residency.

This sexy Melbourne four-piece is finally exploding on stage with their signature rockin’ howls and cruising rock.

Singer Pierina O’Brien’s Tyler-sque moves are accompanied with the dulcet tones and rude guitar of Hamish McLean (The Council), bass maiden Jamie McLean (Bunny Monroe) and the obstinate drums of Derek Anderson (The Council), united into a sound like that party upstairs you wish you were invited to.
 
Dead City Ruins
Thursday 4 September

Dead City Ruins

w/ Electrik Dynamite
8pm
Free Entry
Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!
 
Dead City Ruins
Thursday 11 September

Dead City Ruins

w/ The Deep End
8pm
Free Entry
Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!
 
Dead City Ruins
Thursday 18 September

Dead City Ruins

w/ Cold Red Mute
8pm
Free Entry
Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!
 
Dead City Ruins
Thursday 25 September

Dead City Ruins

w/ Black Aces
8pm
Free Entry
Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!Splicing the musicianship of 70's and 80's metal and the soul catching riffs of bluesy rock with the intensity and "f*ck ‘em all" attitude of punk rock, Dead City Ruins have left crowds from London (ENG) to Melbourne (AUS) reeling for more and asking themselves where the hell this band came from!