Soda Eaves // The Finks
Nov
19
4:30 PM16:30

Soda Eaves // The Finks

Soda Eaves is the loose musical vision of Jake Core. They play smudged interpretations of dream folk and warped atmospheric blues. Over the last 5 years they have released two LPs and toured regularly throughout Australia. In this time, Jake has also released 3 collections of poetry.

The Finks are collection of people and ideas based around the songs of Oliver Mestitz. They have released 5 albums in as many years on Milk Records.'

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Bodies // Slumber Kitty
Nov
23
9:00 PM21:00

Bodies // Slumber Kitty

Currently, bodies is an experimental collaboration between daniel ward, alexander thomas, ben sendy-smithers and ruben stoney

Slumber kitty is a trans femme, genderqueer, musician, educator and troublemaker, they perform highly emotive improvised sonic textural journeys for their friends and admirers as collective therapy and inspiration

we acknowledge that this event is taking place on stolen land

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Tough Uncle // Pting
Nov
24
9:00 PM21:00

Tough Uncle // Pting

Its been a hard year, what with the Man in the White House, Tom Petty kicking off the mortal coil and yep, you betcha, 20 years since our English Rose Princess Diana was killed by those howler monkies in Portugal.

Now is a time to rest, reflect, and lick our wounds. Lick each other's wounds. Lick each other even. What better place to do that at what might be Tough Uncle's last show for 2017. I mean, it might not be their last show for 2017 but its not like Counting Crows are kicking down our door looking for a support, y'know?

Anyway, we got a sick free show at The Post Office in Coburg, joined by the irreverent rascals, Pting. I personally think it'll be a hoot, and if its not its not like you had to pay anything to get in amiright? But it'll be good. Probably even better than that.

Doors at 9pm, Pting on sharp at 9pm and do not miss it guys, they don't forget that kind of shit."  -- if this is a bit silly, let me know and I'll do up another. 

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BBQ Haque // NQR
Nov
25
9:00 PM21:00

BBQ Haque // NQR

BBQ Haque are equal parts Fraudband, Teeth & Tongue/ New Estate, Cougar Vox & the Irritations and an Exit Key. Spontaneously forming on a 'bad cooking day*' for Leaps & Bounds Festival’s “Little Bands” sold-out 2016 show, these ‘chefs’ have continued to privately ‘cook up’ their concepts of developing challenging new recipes via sound experiments, in between committments to their other musical endeavours... With the chuff of an epic snow season behind them, BBQ Haque (et Ze Briquettes) will be dipping into their creative spicerack for this limited Coburg engagement. Be part of this elite audience. Witness their seasonal culinary sonic adventures. It'll be hotter than a bhut jolokia!

www.facebook.com/BBQHaque

NQR could be described as post-punk, art rock, existential noise or rock jazz fusion. Featuring Kristian Brenchley who sets the tone for the band on guitar, Denis Leadbeater on drums (both from s:bahn), Maureen Gearon (from Baby8) on bass and Ruth Mary McIver (from Cunting Daughters) on vocals. Watching them live, you might think you have NQR pegged at the first song, then comes the next and you’re wondering what the fuck just happened? That is NQR. Some might say there are hints of Steve Albini, Birthday Party, Velvet Underground, Sonic Youth, These Immortal Souls and Life Without Buildings. There are some Patti Smith moments and nods to PJ Harvey. NQR has a level of intensity that is all their own. Whatever the hell it is you should check 'em out. You’ll be coming back for seconds.
https://www.facebook.com/NQR-258474224667375/

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The Dull Joys // Dave O'Conner Band
Nov
30
9:00 PM21:00

The Dull Joys // Dave O'Conner Band

The Dull Joys have grown over the last couple of years to become one of the more interesting and innovative sounds on the Melbourne scene. Bringing together their psychotic blend of rich melodies, grinding bass lines and punkish, hungry lyrics, the Dull Joys are establishing themselves as one of the must-see acts of Melbourne. On the 30th of Nov they will bring their unique psychedelic eruptions to the Post Office Hotel, accompanied by the accomplished art-rock sounds of the fantastic Dave O’Connor band.

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Shrimpwitch // Crystal Myth
Dec
1
9:00 PM21:00

Shrimpwitch // Crystal Myth

Shrimpwitch are putting together our "Restaurant Circuit Tour" this December where the focus is on FREE gigs where people can buy food. This is to try and make the pressure of seeing live music less on going out and spending money on drinking, and make it a like-no-other dinner and a show! Also so all our non-working friends can afford to come out!

Kim Prawn and Georgi Goonsack serve some Crystal Myth to the plate! YUUUmmmm-muh!

~~~Hors d'oeuvre~~

Crystal Myth are a synthy bassy post punk duo

~~~Plat Principal~~~

Shrimpwitch are a drum-y non-bassy punk duo

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Tenderhooks // Halfcut
Dec
2
9:00 PM21:00

Tenderhooks // Halfcut

Tenderhooks are playing at Melbourne's other other home of live music, The Post Office Hotel. Tenderhooks' tender hooks have slowly been vibrating out into the atmosphere, but they'll soon be reaching boiling point. With members from Doona Waves, The Finks, Cool Sounds and Grandstands, you can expect plenty of tender looks while Tenderhooks uses every ounce of music experience they've got, all for your added pleasure. Joining them on the night will be half/cut and a bunch of people disappointed about having their quiet Friday night drinks ruined by live music.

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Tram Cops // Hannah Kate // Pseudo Mind Hive // Pup Tentacle
Nov
18
9:00 PM21:00

Tram Cops // Hannah Kate // Pseudo Mind Hive // Pup Tentacle

Tram Cops are pleased, excited, stoked? ...to announce their first headline show in a very, very long time at the Post Office Hotel. The show is in many ways a celebration of the fantastic year that the band has enjoyed in 2017. On the cusp of releasing their debut album, lead singer Michael 'The Philosophy of Andy Warhol' Vince-Moin says of the last twelve months: "Yeah, nah, 2017 was sick. I got a car, Mazda 3. Cheers."

2017 has seen the band share stages and studios with their musical heroes, as well as successfully curating their own festival, Tramfest, raising much needed funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Center. They have released a slew of singles to industry acclaim, receiving their first rotations on FM radio, both locally and internationally. Vince Moin says of his high school principal: "Fuck you dude, i fucking made it in burn city." Most importantly, however, the band has been made to feel as if they are part of something much greater within the Melbourne music community, experiencing endless talent and musical wonderment, and cementing old and new friendships alike. All of this cumulates into a free show at the Post Office on Saturday, November 18. Joining Tram Cops are their incredibly talented buddies Pseudo Mind Hive, Hannah Kate and Pup Tentacle.

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Junior Fiction // Dave O'Conner
Nov
17
9:00 PM21:00

Junior Fiction // Dave O'Conner

Junior Fiction return to the Post Office Hotel with a big bag of pop songs. Some old and nostalgic, some new and vital. Taking cues from pop and soul from the last half a century and adding a contemporary post pop twist. Flashes of colour and atmosphere mixed with heavy sentiment and endearing guitar and vocal hooks. Ambitious arrangements but always efficient. Wrap your eardrums around it.

https://soundcloud.com/sam-gaul/another-part-dies

Dave O'Connor is a man and is also a band. He sings smart rock without the smugness. Contemplation mixed with humour and grace. Delicate and subtle at times. Grand and dynamic when required. Maximum impact. Always engaging. It's great stuff.

https://daveoconnor.bandcamp.com/

 

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Buddy Knox
Nov
16
9:00 PM21:00

Buddy Knox

Buddy plays funky Blues with lightning speed licks and promises his show will “smoke ya boots”. He has notched his Blues belt with some of the biggest music festivals in Australia, and he has been described as Australia’s own B.B King .He first picked up a guitar at just ten years of age. Despite the challenge of practising on an old worn guitar, which was missing a string, Buddy's goal to play persisted with his natural talent flourishing.

Buddy was crowned the Blues Male Vocal of the Year at the 2012 Australian Blues Music Chain Awards, Sydney Blues Society Performer of the Year 2011, and twice a Finalist in Aboriginal DEADLYS Male Artist of the Year, his swag of musical awards are well deserved for this authentic Blues man.

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Andy Baylor and The Banksia Band
Nov
12
4:30 PM16:30

Andy Baylor and The Banksia Band

Come down to the famous Post Office Hotel for some Sunday arvo front bar music from Melbourne roots legend, Andy Baylor with his Banksia Band.

The Banksia Band is the culmination of renowned Melbourne musician Andy Baylor’s work over his long career and features:-Denis Close on percussion, Sharkey Ramos on percussion, Sophia Dunne on violin and viola, Kate Connor on violin and Kain Borlaise on bass.

Andy and The Banksia Band offers a sensual,relaxed folk/roots sound which encapsulates the essence of Australian music-making and draws on U.S.A styles including Country, Folk, Cajun, Blues as well as West African High-Life guitar picking, Brazilian Choro and Celtic fiddle traditions.

Andy Baylor’s contributions to Australian music have been acknowledged by many artists, critics and music fans over the years. He pioneered “roots” music styles with his bands The Honeydrippers, The Dancehall Racketeers, Banana Oil, The Baylor Brothers, the Cajun Combo and others in an era when rock dinosaurs ruled the world. Andy has played with and learned from many Australian indigenous musicians and has collaborated with a who’s- who of Australian and American music. An acclaimed and varied collection of independently produced CDs are testament to his dedication, imagination and talent.

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InfraGhosts // V
Nov
10
9:00 PM21:00

InfraGhosts // V

InfraGhosts & V will be playing The Post Office Hotel Coburg Friday November 10th for a free show to celebrate the postal deadline passing and having sigh of cautions relief as Queer communities around Australia take a short break from being used as objects for political gain. Post plebiscite media scare campaign, pre anxiety inducing countdown to results, this will be an opportunity for these queer artists to just do what they do best and perform a bunch of queer goth dance party jams

Video artist, musician and cynical Melbourne trans babe Laura Davis, aka InfraGhosts, pulls shapes, bends circuits, plays new-wave heavy synthpop over Hi-NRG claps and will be taking The Post Office Hotel by force alongside Berlin-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist V and their hypnotising reverb-drenched explosion of darkwave influenced by goth, punk and wave.

This event takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people. We pay our respects to their elders, past, present and future.

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Summon the Birds // Blunderbuss
Nov
9
9:00 PM21:00

Summon the Birds // Blunderbuss

On the cusp of pressing their second album, Blood Love, onto vinyl, expansive folk-rock explorers Summon the Birds are excited to be playing the Post Office Hotel for the first time. They're joined by feisty horn-driven electro-rock reprobates Blunderbuss for an evening of colourful, dynamic songcraft. Come drink it in.

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Charlie Marshall and the Curious Minds // The Otters
Nov
9
9:30 AM09:30

Charlie Marshall and the Curious Minds // The Otters

Charlie Marshall and the Curious Minds play their last gig for the year with a special Sunday arfternoon free entry show at The Post Office Hotel, Coburg supported by The Otters

The Curious Minds will be heading into the studio in December to record the follow up to the critically acclaimed Sublime album released earlier this year, so there’ll be some new tunes along with Sublime songs and a few favourite covers.

Special guests are young funky, soulful, pop merchants The Otters who will be kicking things off at 4.30 pm.
Charlie Marshall & the Curious Minds 5.45pm
Free Entry

Check out the brand new Curious Minds video ALMIGHTY CAROUSEL here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWyLRvTsEhg

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Buried Feather // The Baudelaires
Nov
6
8:00 PM20:00

Buried Feather // The Baudelaires

Melbourne psych-rockers Buried Feather have built a loyal following for their swirling, acid rock freak-outs. Described by Beat Magazine as “joyously hypnotic and other-worldly”, new album “Mind of the Swarm” is a head-rush of motorik rhythms and thick slabs of fuzz. Joining them for this show (and fresh off a European tour) are garage-psych heroes The Baudelaires. Their new album “Musk Hill” is a bangin’ collection of gooey pop hooks falling into canyons of reverb. Get up on down!

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June Jones // Sweet Whirl
Nov
5
4:30 PM16:30

June Jones // Sweet Whirl

Two women and their bass guitars walk into the Post Office Hotel in Coburg to play a 45 minute set each on the Sunday afternoon of November 5th in the year of our lord 2017.

The rest, as they say, was *bass solo*

Free show – front bar
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4:30pm – 6:30pm

This event will take place on stolen Wurundjeri land. We would like to pay our respects to elders past, present, and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

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Seri EP Launch
Nov
4
9:00 PM21:00

Seri EP Launch

After a year of major ups and downs Seri Vida has recorded a new release and is ready to catch you up on all the drama! The Bright Future EP will be officially launched at The Post Office Hotel on Saturday the 4th of November with support from Nathan Seeckts (solo). This gig will be our last for the year and it promises to bring all the power and presence you have come to expect from a Seri Vida live show. They’ll be playing everything off the new EP plus the best of the material you know and love and of course the EP will be available to buy on the night. Come along early for Nathan Seeckts and join us for a beer. Who needs Horse racing when you have rock’n’roll!
 

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Sal Wonder
Nov
3
9:00 PM21:00

Sal Wonder

Come and join Coburg local Sal Wonder at the Post Office on Friday 3rd September. Playing a unique take on Soul, Wonder will be supported by the amazing talents of folk singer songwriter Monni Sparrow.

It’s going to be a night of merry drinking, music and freaky dancing… remember as the great Tom Waits said

It ain't no sin, to take off your skin and dance around in your bones.

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James Griffin & His Guitar Trio
Nov
2
9:00 PM21:00

James Griffin & His Guitar Trio

AMES GRIFFIN & HIS GUITAR TRIO Present SIXTEEN SONGS, an evening of acoustic story telling, all the way from Darlinghurst Road, down The Angel Run to Ghost Town Bridge, via the Suburbs of the Heart…..plus a preview of James’s forthcoming new digital album of early recordings, Singing Songs About the View.

James Griffin is an Australian Singer/Songwriter, Poet and Spoken Word performer. His forty year career ranges from solo acoustic work through New Wave and Alt Rock with bands, The Agents and James Griffin and the Subterraneans. Along the way James has also co-written award winning and top-ten hits with other artists, including The Black Sorrows hit, Snakeskin Shoes (with Joe Camilleri) and the Golden Guitar winning, Changi Banjo (with country star, Lee Kernaghan), and written and hosted, for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), many TV and radio programs about music, books and writing.

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Spoonful
Oct
29
4:30 PM16:30

Spoonful

Melbourne's own Spoonful are celebrated regulars across the Blues and Rock live scene.  Loosely formed at Uni in the early 90's, Spoonful – brothers Andre Warhurst (Guitar & Vocals), & Kit Warhurst (Drums & Vocals) David Lord (Keys, Harp & Vocals), Paul Winstanley (Bass) return to the Post Office Hotel with their finest retro party lode of blues, soul and rock n roll of the 60’s and beyond. The thrill hasn't gone. It keeps getting better.  Spoonful, Post Office Hotel, Coburg - Sunday, Oct 29th - 4:30 - 6:30pm

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The Stress of Lesiure // Harry Howard and the NDE
Oct
28
9:00 PM21:00

The Stress of Lesiure // Harry Howard and the NDE

The Stress of Leisure returns to The Post Office Hotel on Saturday October 28 to celebrate the release of latest album Eruption Bounce. They’ll be joined on the night by Melbourne invincibles Harry Howard and the NDE.

Fans of all things that erupt will love the sub-tropical oeuvre of Brisbane's The Stress of Leisure. It’s all Queensland post-punk and irreverent as hell. The new album sees the band, fitter, tighter, and more spikier than ever.

The Stress of Leisure is not only looking forward to launching the new album in style, but also playing with Harry Howard and the NDE. Last time the two bands shared a stage was a night to remember, full of chivalry, dancing guitars and delicious intensity.  It’s on again.

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Galata Express
Oct
27
9:00 PM21:00

Galata Express

Melbourne's Eight-Piece Turkish Gypsy Band Galata Express is back at the Post Office Hotel! Again with new tunes playing all night long with two sets. Bring your dancing shoes, your good vibes and get ready for the extravaganza!!!


This is probably the last show of the band before they head off for their East Coast tour that includes four shows at the Woodford Folk Festival! At the Post Office Hotel the band will also celebrate their album entering Transglobal Wold Music Chart this month, one of the only two bands that are currently in the chart from Australia!

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 Cystic Nightmare // Dark Water
Oct
26
9:00 PM21:00

Cystic Nightmare // Dark Water

Identical Records have organised an evening of emerging queer talent - Cystic Nightmare and Dark Water, two recent additions to the label’s roster. Cystic Nightmare is a queer, femme/non-binary super group featuring Cee Devlin (performance artist and writer), Lara Dickinson (visual artist and joy radio contributor), together with Mai and Lei Gryffydd (Glovv, Stationary Suns). They are a grungy auscore band who write sad and angry songs. Cystic Nightmare will be joined by Dark Water, the solo project of Dana Kelson from Crystal Myth. Dark Water highlights Dana’s exemplary song writing skills and signature style of 80s pop.

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Coda Chroma
Oct
22
4:30 PM16:30

Coda Chroma

Following on from their debut album release and a UK/European tour Coda Chroma are back to play two reverb drenched sets of genre bending art-pop songs from past and future releases! Full band with special guests

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The F100s Album Launch
Oct
21
8:30 PM20:30

The F100s Album Launch

Roll up, roll up Sat 21st October from 8 til 11pm at the Post Office Hotel...a honky tonk extravaganza celebrating the eagerly awaited album launch of the F100s.

A debut recording jam packed with stripped down guitar twanging honky tonk barn burners, boogie and a beer soaked ballad or two drawn from Melbourne's live music scene of recent years.

The F100s are match fit and this momentous evening and will feature past members and special guests that have contributed to this premier recording of original tunes which have already received critical acclaim.

Setting up the evening's entertainment will be that torch bearing trio of hillbilly and rockabilly, Cold Heart, one of this country's purest roots music acts.

Man about Moreland, D Train will be on DJ duties spinning more wax than an ear drum spider.

Set the date folks and step on out with the F100s.

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China Beach // Hello Tut Tut
Oct
20
9:00 PM21:00

China Beach // Hello Tut Tut

Fresh off the back of a stellar month of killer weekend performances ranging from supporting North East Party House to an all out sold out disco wedding themed party with Tek Tek Ensemble and Sugar Fed Leopards, China Beach have a bit of moxy in their stride.
This being the first headline show in a long stretch of wild times, China Beach showcase the trully amazing Balkan Gypsy friends, Hello Tut Tut.
This is a serious combination that is set to provide you with foot tapping groove and flare, and flares!

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ASSAD // Sow Discord
Oct
19
9:00 PM21:00

ASSAD // Sow Discord

ASSAD (Ben Andrews of MY DISCO) and Sow Discord (David Coen of Whitehorse, DIM) will incorporate extended live sets of heavy, crawling dark ambient electronics in addition to some of the unreleased material from their forthcoming split cassette release.  

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TIm Guy
Oct
15
4:30 PM16:30

TIm Guy

Informed by world travels and other adventures, Melbourne’s Tim Guy has steadily mapped out a diverse catalogue that documents his unique evolution as a singer, songwriter and performer. There's the 2004 debut Blazey. 2007’s Hummabyes and 2010’s Big World - breathy blends of rustic folk, bluesy Americana and chiming indie rock.

2013’s country-laced Dreaming of a Night Mango followed by 2015’s lush full-band outing Chords, which Rolling Stone called “an open-hearted valentine to power-pop”. - are his most acclaimed albums yet. For all the restless variety, there's an all too rare balance between bright-eyed sincerity and playful self-awareness. From his twangy guitar playing and nagging melodies to his warm and grainy everyman vocals.

Each album has been a bright-eyed reinvention of himself. Whatever is next, will only add more chapters to a richly rewarding songbook that listeners are continuing to discover and cherish. Tim Guy with a travelling band on Sunday, Oct 15th.

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White Vans // Baby Blue
Oct
14
9:00 PM21:00

White Vans // Baby Blue

Baby Blue's songs are a "breath of fresh air in a musical climate that can often get singular and stale" according to Beat Magazine. Unfortunatley for Baby Blue's Rhea Caldwell, she's been paired up with the notoriously singular and stale White Vans for one night only at The Post Office. Free entry.

This performance will take place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We acknowldge the unjust dispossession of their land. A gold coin donation at the door is much appreiciated and will be donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation to assist in education for young indigenous children.

http://www.aboriginalliteracyfoundation.org/how-you-can-help/make-a-donation/

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The Vibraphonic Orkestra
Oct
13
9:00 PM21:00

The Vibraphonic Orkestra

10 Pieces of Red Hot Deep-Fried Funk, Afro and Dub!! 

The Vibraphonic Orkestra are pumped to be back at The Post Office Hotel. In their last scheduled free entry gig of the year Vibraphonic will be bringing their high energy, funk laden party to every musicians favourite waterhole. The beers will be cold and the tunes will be crankin.. This is set to be one hell of a party. Get ready to Get Down!! 

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Porpoise Spit // Crying on the Eastern Freeway
Oct
12
9:00 PM21:00

Porpoise Spit // Crying on the Eastern Freeway

Feelin blue about the PlebiSHITE crap? Well, here at Porpoise Spit HQ we shit rainbows and know that you can't stop progress™.

So come get saucy and be swaddled by some uplifting punk rock anthems at the Post Office Hotel!
We know that we'll probably never graduate from a week night slot, so let's cheers to being publically debated, denied and underestimated my resilient residents of the North.
Let's have a sing along for the gaybos, m8's!

Porpoise Spit are a 14 year old flirt from MSN, masquerading as a Rolling Stones cover band- but are actually Brisbane's answer to thrash metal, that no one ever asked for.

Flanked by our teary transcendental angels:
Crying on the Eastern Freeway

"Crying on the Eastern Freeway is a Melbourne choir made up of a community of kind souls who come together to share and sing"
https://www.facebook.com/cryingontheeasternfreeway/

FREE GIG FREE GIG FREE GIG FREE GIG FREE GIG FREE GIG

*The Postie has the best bathroom for selfies we've ever bloody seen
*Strict no jerk policy- Mill will srsly grill u if u suck

We acknowledge that we are playing on stolen land of the Kulin nation, and that we benefit from colonialism as white artist.
We pay our respects to the Wurrendjeri people, to their Elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that no treaty was ever ceded.

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The Wellingtons
Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

The Wellingtons

The Wellingtons released their fifth album End Of The Summer this past July touring Italy and Spain where the band’s combination of melody and energy have long been launded.  Next stop for the band is an two week tour of Japan, a place that has been a home away from home for the band, and arguably their most adoring market. Before they say sayonara though, there’s a hometown show at the Post Office Hotel Sunday Oct 8th with two sets from 6pm.      

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The Vacant Smiles 7' Launch
Oct
7
9:00 PM21:00

The Vacant Smiles 7' Launch

Eey we’re really excited to announce we’ve finally got some new music on the way, and on Saturday October 7th we’ll be launching our next single Messin’ Around at the Post Office Hotel in Coburg.
Messin’ Around is the first cut of a whole heap of new stuff coming, and to celebrate we’ll be releasing a run of 7” singles, backed with another new track.

Support TBA

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Sons Of Rico // FRANK // Sarah English
Oct
6
9:00 PM21:00

Sons Of Rico // FRANK // Sarah English

Riding the momentum of the most recent 'Cool Change' EP, Sons of Rico are mailing off their unsent letters at The Post Office on Friday October 6. Slaying alongside will be local darlings sarah english and FRANK.

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sarah english
FRANK
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FREE ENTRY

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'Cool Change' now streaming via Spotify and Soundcloud
spoti.fi/2tIhPqZ
https://soundcloud.com/sonsofrico/cool-change

"It boasts vintage sounds galore, turkey-neckin' grooves, sweet guitar solos and some seriously impressive vocal work from central songwriter Alex MacRae, all of which amounts to a wonderfully infectious journey that you'll want to undertake over and over again" - The Music

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