Sean McMahon // Ryan Oliver
Oct
25
9:00 PM21:00

Sean McMahon // Ryan Oliver

Sean McMahon is a dedicated, deft singer, songwriter and performer. His poetic and melodic style of song writing is loaded with confessional narratives, vivid story telling and lyrical beauty. Over the past decade, and a handful of albums, he has honed a style and voice all his own, traversing a musical vista from densely textured alt-country through to an eclectic blend of folk, blues, alt-country and rock and roll.

Sean will play a full electric set with his band the Owls, featuring Matt Green, Callan Walker and Liam O'leary.

RYAN OLIVER

Contrary to his melancholic and realistic approach, Ryan Oliver is an optimistic artist; a free spirited, endearing natured deep thinker contrasted by an element of Aussie cheek. The light and shade you experience in his world is indicative of the planet around, representing the harsh reality of the state of society and the complexities of everyday relationships, all taken with a grain of salt. Sonically, Ryan intertwines honest melody with spacious atmospheres, whilst maintaining a rootsy and earthy foundation.

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The Lost Ragas
Oct
26
9:00 PM21:00

The Lost Ragas

ARIA Award winner Matt Walker’s new project Lost Ragas are hard to pin down. Broken hearted alt country that flies off into amazing dual slide guitar meets lapsteel all centered around Matt Walker’s beautifully dark voice. Following on from their debut “Phantom Ride” which garnered ABC Radio National Album of Week, Lost Ragas released their second album, Trans Atlantic Highway in early 2015 to critical acclaim once again which led them to support The Felice Brothers as well as making their debut appearances at Dashville Skyline, Out on the Weekend and Semaphore Music Festival.

They return to the Post Office Hotel having just played with “The Real Thing” Russell Morris and before they buckle down in the studio again to begin work on their 3rd album.

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Hooper Crescent // Club-Med
Oct
27
9:00 PM21:00

Hooper Crescent // Club-Med

After hibernating for a year or so, Melbourne post-punk group Hooper Crescent are back playing shows and writing new music with a new band including Melbourne music luminaries Gemma Helms (Mares, No Sister, Poppongene, Astral Skulls) and Ash Stirling (Hideous Towns + Vim). Joining them will be up and coming garage/post-punk 5 piece Club-Med" 

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The Good Minus // Jess Deluca
Oct
28
4:30 PM16:30

The Good Minus // Jess Deluca

The Good Minus

Matt Welch, David Kean and Stu Hazelman blend widely different influences to create intricate arrangements, featuring three-part vocal harmonies and obscure yet groove-heavy time signatures. These three instrument-swapping singers have each garnered over a decade of experience with artists such as The Hazelman Brothers, Cavanagh & Argus, and Fly South.  They released their first single, “Wonderful” in June 2018.

 

https://www.thegoodminus.com

https://www.facebook.com/thegoodminus/

https://thegoodminus.bandcamp.com

 

Jess DeLuca

Melbourne based folk songstress Jess DeLuca has quickly been stealing hearts with her poetically honest and captivatingly bold songwriting since her debut single ‘Lucifer’ was released only months ago. Raised in Northern Victoria, Jess finds herself always grounded by music, listening to The Beatles, Thirsty Merc, John Mayer and Laura Marling. Jess is drawn to weaving melodies and witty wordplay which undoubtedly come through in her music.

 

https://www.facebook.com/jessdelucamusic/

https://www.jessdeluca.com

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AUTO LAPSE // TWISTEES
Nov
1
9:00 PM21:00

AUTO LAPSE // TWISTEES

Join us on Thursday the 1st of November at Coburg finest, The Post Office for the debut show for AUTO LAPSE.  Slowcore/Post Punk spawned out of a garage in Pasco Vale and the cacophonous droning sound pool of THE TWISTEES, skronking their way back on the stage after a brief recording hiatus. This one isn’t to be missed.

8:30pm Start - Free Free FREE 

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Hum Drum // AZTX
Nov
2
9:00 PM21:00

Hum Drum // AZTX

After the release of their latest single 'Hurricane No. 42' and hibernating away recording their upcoming third release 'Vol. III', The Hum Drums are taking over The Post Office Hotel for a very special 'end of recording' local show. Playing tunes from their debut and sophomore efforts 'Vol. I & II', they will also a glance at whats to come for the soon-to-be 'Vol. III'. Joining them at the party will be experimental psych-rock trio AZTX for what will be a night of big riffs and heavy grooves.

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Fair Maiden // Peak Twins
Nov
3
9:00 PM21:00

Fair Maiden // Peak Twins

Adelaide 4-piece Fair Maiden has Ellen Carey’s striking voice at its core; at times sweet and obliging, and others doused with peculiar, unearthly majesty. Remarkable in its versatility, it guides Fair Maiden’s long reach from songs of disarming, haunted freak-folk to subversive 60s pop laments. 

In mid October 2018 Fair Maiden partner with Melbourne label Hysterical Records to release their new single, 'Fire and Blood'. The second teaser from their upcoming second album seethes and swirls, with galloping drums and hypnotic driving repetition. Stay tuned https://www.hystericalrecords.com/

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The Mean Times
Oct
21
4:30 PM16:30

The Mean Times

In 2015, The Mean Times released their debut EP, 'You've Got The Wrong Guys.' Not long after that they realised they had the wrong guys. In the band. After many conversations with the HR department, a sweeping clean out of personnel took place, the scales of which rivalled corporate villainy. As this continued for the next two years, they threatened new material and occasionally played the odd show. In 2017, they gave you one whole song and continued with the HR changes. 

Now, finally, that new material has eventuated in the form of an upcoming single and EP and The Mean Times are back, baby. 

Being men of reason, The Mean Times are playing their first headline show in bloody ages on a Sunday afternoon at The Post Office Hotel in Coburg alongside their mates Chinook.

Get along to catch all the action from 4.00pm.

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Permits // Reality Guests
Oct
20
9:00 PM21:00

Permits // Reality Guests

Reality Guests and Permits play the Post Office Hotel, each bringing their unique bend of loose indie punk that could fall apart at any moment. Reality Guests were previously Hot Topic, led by Julia Macfarlane of the Twerps. It's often keyboard heavy and has a wry sweetness to it with abounding playful melodies. Permits are new band based around Tristan Davies of The Shifters. The band now has 3 songwriters with Tam (Pop Singles, Girlatones) and Dusty (Dag, Thigh Master) having joined the meld.  Much loved bass player Rob from Chook Race has even started with vocals too. Permits are guitar-driven and have a sound that ranges from brittle to threatening.

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Trouble Peach
Oct
19
9:00 PM21:00

Trouble Peach

Trouble Peach's recent debut album and Neutral Milk Hotel Spanish tribute spawned an internet dumpster fire like no other; 
"I've never heard anything so horrible, delete this"

"The title track is beautiful, my girlfriend and I both said we want this played at our wedding!"

"He took everything that made the album good and ruined it with his shitty style"

"This is perfect and I never knew about it, the title track is absolutely stunning

"I thought I was confused enough with the lyrics in English.”


Within a week of the album's release the band completely sold out their vinyl run, enraged tens of thousands of fans of the iconic album, and even delighted a few. Come witness this majestic train wreck with support from local legends The Septembers. Trouble Peach have recently released a new original tune 'Let it Bleed' that can be streamed here; troublepeach.bandcamp.com

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June Jones // Kalyani
Oct
18
9:00 PM21:00

June Jones // Kalyani

Woah now, hey there. It's the single launch for 'Here, Something' - the first song off JJ's *~d*e*b*u*t *~* a*l*b*u*m~*, Diana, out in early 2019 - as well as its video (shot by Geryon).

June Jones is a writer and performer of songs that are kind of dark, sort of dramatic, and mildly humorous. Known for her work with Two Steps on the Water, her current configuration sees her alone on the stage -- often with her voice and body as the only live instruments -- moving amidst a marketplace of synths, bass, piano, strings, and drum machines. She has been working on her first solo record, Diana, alongside the wonderful Geoffrey O'Connor since December 2017.

Kalyani is a proud Pyemairrenner woman who holds space through song. Willow Beats, the duo of which she is one half, is a pop collaboration which sells out shows across the country. In this solo incarnation Kalyani explores her songs in their most intimate form; voice and piano.

8.30pm - 11pm // free entry // only two acts!

The venue is wheelchair accessible when entered via the dining hall entrance.

This event is taking place on stolen land that belongs to the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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The Hornets - Book Launch
Oct
14
4:30 PM16:30

The Hornets - Book Launch

The Hornets are steeped in the blues, they rise out of the Yarra Valley delta meeting at the mythical crossroads where Chicago grit has blown in. This is an earthy blues band with a pedigree of outstanding musicians…"Warwick McFadyen The Age

Craig Horne is not only the singer song writer for Post Office Hotel favourites The Hornets, but is also an author. For The Hornet’s October 14 Post Office gig, they will be  incorporating a book launch and book reading of Craig's recent Daddy Cool biography Daddy Who? Published by Melbourne Books http://www.melbournebooks.com.au/products/daddy-who into the show. 

Daddy Who? is the story of iconic 1970’s Australian band Daddy Cool. Craig Horne was with Daddy Cool every inch of the way. With an insider’s view, he tracks the journey from when they burst onto the scene in October 1970, with their infectious doo-wop mayhem, and follows their rapid rise to the top—when they were on the front cover of every newspaper and rock magazine in the country, and when radio churned out hits like ‘Eagle Rock’, ‘Come Back Again’ and ‘Hi Honey Ho!’ virtually nonstop. 

The book reveals the madness of Daddy Cool’s 18 month history and the October 14 gig will include a book signing as well as the usual Hornets barroom bluesy goodness.

The Hornets feature some of the country’s well known and respected blues and roots musicians. They have released six CDs , to rave reviews and have gained a regular following of devoted fans as a result of many  live performances. Consequently, The Age named The Hornets “The best blues band in Melbourne”, and the Herald Sun said the band “demanded attention”.

Singer song-writer Craig Horne together with ARIA Hall of Fame guitarist Jeff Burstin from Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons, the Black Sorrows and Vika and Linda are joined by Yuri Pavlinov from the Bamboos on bass, as well as 

 Chris Tabone (Bad Loves, Junes) drums and multi award winning keyboard player Bruce Haymes who has played with everyone from Paul Kelly, to Archie Roach, Renee Geyer, Vika and Linda and all points between...

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Forever Renter // Way Shit
Oct
12
9:00 PM21:00

Forever Renter // Way Shit

Come spend your Friday with a bunch of sad sacks, because it's FREE and sometimes you need to feel a bit sad.
forever renter are two sad gals and one sad bloke, serving up dynamic tracks about heartbreak and the inevitable end of the wolrd. It's post-punk/indie rock to cry and dance to, and we're stoked to be joined by Footscray emo royalty Way Shit, for a night of love and loathing.

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Grups 7" Launch w/ The Stu Thomas Paradox
Oct
7
4:30 PM16:30

Grups 7" Launch w/ The Stu Thomas Paradox

The world of Lee Hazlewood collides w/ faux exotic melodies and a sense of space and dynamics that evokes the Yule era V.U. In three piece configuration, Grups release their 7" single, out of their heads and into the air:
https://grupsgrupsgrups.bandcamp.com/

The Stu Thomas Paradox are international men of music who have played in over 20 countries. They bring Noir-Twang Devilry to the stage and with several sweet releases available at
https://thestuthomasparadox.bandcamp.com/music


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Babey // Way Dynamic
Oct
6
10:00 PM22:00

Babey // Way Dynamic

Babey and Way Dynamic play their first gig together. The former create harmonically rich, considerate, emotionally-driven rock and/or pop. And the latter do the same.

There’s only so much you can do to listen to these bands’ recordings - for now. You’ll have no choice but to come and watch these stellar musicians play.

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Cakefight // Fleshed out
Sep
30
4:30 PM16:30

Cakefight // Fleshed out

CAKEFIGHT and Fleshed Out are joining forces to help you continue celebrating victory or drown your post-grand final sorrows on Sunday 30 September at the The Post Office Hotel!

Join us for a hair of the dog at Coburg’s finest local and an arvo of rock n roll to keep the long weekend dream alive!

FREE ENTRY!

This event will take place on the stolen lands of Kulin nations people. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.

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Grand Final Day: RUA
Sep
29
8:00 PM20:00

Grand Final Day: RUA

Rua [`hua], is a Brazilian project comprised of Melbourne-Based Latin American, European and Australian musos. Rua belts out a down to earth mix of Brazilian styles, including - Samba, Bossa, Samba-Funk and Maracatu. The result is a blend of buoyant samba rhythms with the contemporary groove and bop of funk, that will undoubtedly get you dancing. Rua is comprised of 6 musicians: Alcides Neto (Brazil) on guitar and vocals, Nico Delgado (Colombia) on electric-bass, Carlos Meza (Colombia) on drums, Sam Osbourne (Australia) on percussion, Ed Farrar (England) on trumpet and Will Larsen (Australia) on Sax.

'Rua' (street - in Portuguese) as a concept, can be understood as a common space, where everyone is free to come and go, a place to mingle, to express, to exchange ideas and debate, it is a democratic space and should remain that way. This a concept that the band aims to cultivate, a true form of socialising, where good vibes and dancing are intertwined with meaningful discussion of the things that matter.

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Pony Face
Sep
27
9:00 PM21:00

Pony Face

"Pony Face are pure class. Unhurried sonic explorers looking for light even in
the dark, quiet corners of song. Despite their impressive back catalogue, one
has the sense their best work is still to come..."Karen Leng ­ DoubleJ


Pony Face have well and truly established themselves as one of the most revered &
beloved bands in the Melbourne music scene. Pony Face have garnered a rare kind
of praise for their live shows and records which has earned them the opening spot
for lee Ronaldo (Sonic Youth) Bombino and Augie March They've played headlined
slots at Boogie Festival, Summer of Soul, Kyneton Music Festival, St Kilda Festival,
Hunter Valley Gumball Festival, Apollo Bay, Hills are Alive Festival, Darebin and
Brunswick Festival, as well as all the major rock venues in metro Melbourne and
Sydney.

Pony Face's music is a sonic kaleidoscope, encompassing psych/surf guitars, doom
drums, bass lines moulded from rock bottom and sampled textural layers which have
become synonymous with a loud spacial sound. With the recent addition of Aria
awarding winning Producer/guitarist Shane O'Mara, the band has dazzling energy
that captivates intimate rooms and packed houses.

They play for you at the Post Office Hotel on the 27th of September. A public holiday eve and FREE

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Agus Batara Quartet // Line Matter
Sep
23
4:30 PM16:30

Agus Batara Quartet // Line Matter

Agus Batara Quartet is a new original instrumental band formed in 2017 with their debut performance at the Castlemaine Jazz Festival and later at the Halls Gap Jazz Festival on the same year. Agus Batara (keys/ band leader) draws his repertoire and compositions from a mixed influence of jazz traditions, modern funk and wider ‘world’ music. The quartet includes three rhythm section members of the Line Matter band offering the sophistication of melodic guitar-keys fusion.

Line Matter is a four-piece original jazz band playing dynamic, driving, and melodic improvisational music influenced by Pat Metheny, John Scofield, John McLaughlin, Miles Davis and others. The band has been playing regularly around Melbourne and Victoria including their highlights at Uptown Jazz Cafe, 2016 Wangaratta Jazz Festival and the 2017 Marysville Jazz & Blues Weekend. The debut 2018 album In Motion is now for sale on CD Baby, Bandcamp and will be available at their live performance. 

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Rasied By Eagles
Sep
22
9:00 PM21:00

Rasied By Eagles

Fresh off the back of their winter run which took in TAS, NSW, QLD and VIC, award winning alt.country act, Raised By Eagles are taking a break from the road until December when they'll head west again to round out their year in SA.

So in the interests of staying match-fit they'll be playing a rare FREE show for the good folks at The Post Office Hotel. It's been a long time between drinks at the mighty PO and they can't wait to get back there. Two big shining sets, from 9pm.

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Infraghosts // Boats
Sep
20
9:00 PM21:00

Infraghosts // Boats

"--'-,-{@ InfraGhosts & Boats - free! @}-,-`--

Thursday September 20th @}-,-'--
At the Post Office Hotel, 229 Sydney Rd, Coburg

Synth-punk meets folk-punks to share stories of kindred past

Video artist, musician and cynical Melbourne trans babe pulls shapes, bends circuits, plays new-wave heavy synthpop over Hi-NRG claps and takes her audience by force. It's Laura Davis's InfraGhosts - https://infraghosts.bandcamp.com/

Boats is an emotional folk-grunge/ transdev band playing on stolen Wurundjeri land in Narrm/Melbourne. With an eclectic mix of electric guitar, drums, accordion & cello, alongside four-part harmonies, they create a genre-fluid range of music about personal trauma, mental health, gender feelings, floods and friendship - https://www.facebook.com/musicalboats/"

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Last Leaves // Lehmann Smith
Sep
16
4:30 PM16:30

Last Leaves // Lehmann Smith

Last Leaves combine songwriter Marty Donald’s lyrical sleight-of-hand with the jangle and racket of his former Lucksmiths bandmates 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.

Finding his greatest success as a sideman for Totally Mild and Kes Band, Lehmann B. Smith has often been described as a musician’s musician, an undiscovered talent. He is a prodigious songwriter, compiling album after album of unreleased material and storing them away in his home studio for a rainy day.

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Bodies // Mara Schwerdtfeger
Sep
15
9:00 PM21:00

Bodies // Mara Schwerdtfeger

bodies is currently an experimental music collaboration between daniel ward, ruben stoney, lillian palser-barto, alexander thomas, cameron goodwin and ben sendy-smithers

Mara Schwerdtfeger and Tilde Joy make experimental folk music. Their sound is sullen, cloudy, dark and severe, utilising drones and sympathetic resonances to endear/alienate audiences. Mara studies digital media at RMIT university. Tilde is a casual retail employee in Werribee.

this event takes place on stolen Wurundjeri land. we pay respects to elders past and present. we acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded. 

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Grandstands // Quivers
Sep
14
9:00 PM21:00

Grandstands // Quivers

Grandstands poke their head out of hibernation and will be playing some new tunes from their upcoming second album. They’re still plumbing their rich vein of inner-city ennui, but there’s more life behind them now, and its shows – the melodies are sweeter, the harmonies are richer, and the words say just a bit more.

Grandstands released their first EP in 2013 armed with little more than an empty garage and a free afternoon, and it led to gigs with like-minded groups such as The Ocean Party, Gang of Youths and Sleep Decade. Their first album Stranger, released in 2016, captured their jangly intertwining guitar melodies and odes to the everyday.

Grandstands will be joined by Quivers. It is all harmony, hangovers, jangle, shouted choruses, hard-fought optimism. Written in Beijing, started in Hobart and now living in Melbourne, Quivers has since played festivals and shows across Australia and the UK.

// Grandstands //
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Grandstands
Bandcamp: https://grandstands.bandcamp.com/
Triple J Unearthed: https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/grandstands-0

// Quivers //
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiversss/
Bandcamp: https://quiversss.bandcamp.com/
Triple J Unearthed: https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/quivers

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Strathmore Secondary Big Band
Sep
13
7:30 PM19:30

Strathmore Secondary Big Band

Strathmore Secondary College has an extensive music program. As well as a high quality
“classical” program, which consists of a Symphony Orchestra, a Concert Band, a Classical
Guitar Orchestra and numerous instrument specific ensembles, there is a great “jazz”
program.

This program features two Big Bands. The music department at Strathmore have wanted
to give the students in these Big Bands a “real life” performance opportunity in a “real
life” venue. This is where the Post Office Hotel with its reputation for live gigs, great food
and great atmosphere comes in! This year will be our fourth year performing at the Post
Office Hotel.

On Thursday September 13th the Strathmore M1 and D13 Big Bands, both named after
their rehearsal rooms at school, will perform. The D13 Big Band consists of students from
years 7-11 who will play the first set on the night. Their set will feature jazz classics and
blues tunes. The M1 Big Band will take care of the next two sets with an array of tunes
from the swing and post swing eras.

Teachers, parents and the local community are all invited to this night.

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Seth Henderson
Sep
9
4:30 PM16:30

Seth Henderson

Rock Salt presents Seth Henderson + Angus Austin // Second Floor Tour.

Seth Henderson is the Hobart come Melbourne singer-songwriter telling stories from the bottom of the world for better or worse, in no particular order. After over a decade of collaboration with various touring and recording artists, Henderson was awarded Tasmanian Live Voice of the Year at the 2017 National Live Music Awards. 

Floors 1 & 2 of Seth's solo album 'Stories From the Bottom of the World' are OUT NOW & available from: https://bit.ly/2Lvt9Ui

Joining Seth for these shows is Tasmanian pianist Angus Austin.

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Sep
8
9:00 PM21:00

Parading // Shrapnel

Some old friends play a gig together.

Working on music for a third album Parading will be jamming on some of these new noise coated pop songs. Heading into it's 10th year as a band it's become more than just a band, it's become about old men hanging out talking shit and throwing darts.

Five years ago, Shrapnel (Syd) began with a singular focus and vision which was soon abandoned. An assortment of future welfare cases give life to their delirium and outlet to their inner alcoholics through yelling and guitars.

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Pearl Bay // Loobs
Sep
7
9:00 PM21:00

Pearl Bay // Loobs

Come see rock and roll sweethearts LOOBS play the Post Office, alongside Pearl Bay. Unlimited door spots (it's free). Have a beer, have some dinner, have a good time - perfecto.

This event occurs on land stolen from it's traditional custodians, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We want to pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging

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Scratch Match // Low Key Crush
Sep
6
9:00 PM21:00

Scratch Match // Low Key Crush

Come join us for a delicious night of music at the cosy Post Office Hotel, everyones favourite Coburg location.

Low Key Crush are newly formed but sound as though they have been making music together for decades. Their harmonies and gentle tunes will make you feel safe and happy.

Scratch Match are a romance punk band. Their music is a bit pop and a bit poetic, giving it a red hot go.

This is a free event courtesy of The Post Office hotel, come have a drink, a meal, and a listen.

This event is wheelchair accessible.

This event will take place on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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Fathers Days - Spoonful
Sep
2
4:30 PM16:30

Fathers Days - Spoonful

Melbourne’s own Spoonful return to the Post Office Hotel for a special Fathers Day show on Sunday, September 2nd. With their sound wholeheartedly embracing rhythm and blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll Spoonful, featuring; brothers Andre and Kit Warhurst on guitar/vocals and drums/vocals respectively, David Lord on Keys/Vocals/Harp and Paul Winstanley on Bass, mine their wealth of collective experience to create something that is uniquely their own and much loved by their legion of fans.

With Spoonful serving as something of a musical "home base" amid their various individual musical travels, it is remarkable that these guys have had such longevity.

Their reputation as a live band means that punters always expect a highly charged performance and they always get it!

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Arbes // Hoi Palloi
Sep
1
9:00 PM21:00

Arbes // Hoi Palloi

Arbes continue to test and trial new material that have been in the works across the expanse of this year, last year; seasons in & out. Joining them comes the earthly beauty of alt-jazz quartet Hoi Palloi. Bask in the first night of spring with them at Coburg’s very own Post Office Hotel

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