Pinch Points // The Tropes
Dec.
14
9:00 pm21:00

Pinch Points // The Tropes

Hot off a European release of their debut cassette, "MECHANICAL INJURY", PINCH POINTS are finally playing the Post Office Hotel, only a short walk from where they rehearse.

They'll be joined by their idols and heroes, The Tropes, whose debut LP, "BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN", is the best thing since their live set. 

These two bands love each other and they love you. 

We would like to acknowledge that the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation have at no point ceded the sovereignty of the lands upon which this event is taking place. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and expect that you do to. No portion of the colonial 'Australian' state has, at any point, signed any Treaty with any of the numerous First Nations on the continent since these lands were invaded.

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Dec.
15
9:00 pm21:00

Hibiscus Biscuit // Jack Harlon and the Dead Crows

4-piece psychedelic outfit Hibiscus Biscuit (NSW) pay their first visit to Melbourne Town to share the unequivocal love of music. 

Get your dancing shoes on and hold onto your hat, this full frontal of upbeat psychedelic and funk is guaranteed to sweep your hair back and make your brain tingle. 

"They’ll possibly even make you feel like you’re from another dimension, or joining them in theirs, and leave you with the sensation that you’re not yourself, or the ‘yourself’ you were before their gig." - Charlotte Graham, The Music Producer

Joined for the night by the impending Jack Harlon and the Dead Crows. 
https://www.facebook.com/jackharlondoom/

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Tracy McNeil & The Good Life
Dec.
16
4:30 pm16:30

Tracy McNeil & The Good Life

Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife return to the Post Office Hotel with their sparkling new single ‘STARS’ and a fresh batch of new songs from her forthcoming album You Be The Lightning. Picking up at full speed from where they left off with her last award-winning release (Thieves, 2016), this new material continues to draw from classic rock, pop and alt country influences, whilst simultaneously broadening their sonic palette to produce a shimmering style of Indie Americana. This will be the last chance to catch this incredible live band this year. 

 

"Stars, is not just "checking with the cosmos", it has the kind of open highway propulsive jangle that makes you want to grow more hair, fake more guitar solos, drive more convertibles, find more hash & dig out more denim. Due soon. It's good"

Bernard Zuel

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Bin // Traffik Island
Dec.
21
9:00 pm21:00

Bin // Traffik Island

Ocean Grove outfit, BIN, head to the Post Office for their last Melbourne show of the year. After a quiet few months, while members toured with other bands, the five-piece are excited to be back on stage. Their fresh release, "Radio Bore", gives an insight into the new sounds they will be bringing, as they are joined by Zak, for a solo Traffik Island set. 

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Black Bats // Minus Us
Dec.
22
9:00 pm21:00

Black Bats // Minus Us

Melbourne four piece Black Bats bringing you their own brand of psych-garage rock. Hot off their release of ‘Salt’, the first single from their forthcoming debut LP. Black Bats are sending off the year with mates Minus Us with one last show. You’ll be in for a fuzzed out reverb drenched banger of time! Check out Black Bats first single ’Salt’ on Spotify, from their debut self-titled album scheduled for release early 2019 via Cactus Records.

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Karate Boogaloo
Dec.
23
4:30 pm16:30

Karate Boogaloo

arate Boogaloo return to their favourite post office to conclude their mixtape celebration tour! It'll be a true doozy! 

The post office hotel has the greatest food, refreshments and staff this side of the black stump, we can't wait!

KB play very accessible, very fun and very polite 'funky' music. We'll be grabbing 'Christmas Spirit' by the throat and dressing to impress, hope you do to! 

FUN FACT: Karate Boogaloo love letters!!! 

Bring a letter down to the show addressed to 'Karate Boogaloo' and we'll dedicate a song to you or a person of your choosing on the evening! You can even choose if you want the song to be one of KB's 'happy' songs, or 'snappy' songs!

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Ahm // Dielo Truda
Dec.
28
9:00 pm21:00

Ahm // Dielo Truda

Factoid residents Ahm and Dielo Truda will be taking the 508 from the South Morang line to draw us ever closer into the New Year with a live improvised performance at the Post Office Hotel.

Dielo Truda, a project which has typically focused on fast noise-techno, will be continuing his undulating descent into improvised ambient and down-tempo music amidst flickering amber lights.
https://soundcloud.com/iononow

He will be joined by Ahm, the solo project of Andrew McEwan (of Huntly, Gregor, and 3000 other bands). Ahm, having debuted their first solo EP, Black Spur, will be drifting off into the enchantingly unpredictable world of patch-cabled-ambience (and maybe some drum n bass).
https://factoid.bandcamp.com/releases 

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This event is taking place in Naarm, the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. It is important to bear in mind that the violence of colonisation in Wurundjeri country, and throughout all of Australia, is ongoing to the present day, as is the resistance. With that in mind, we pay our respect to all First Nations peoples and their elders, past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

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Perfect Whip / True Vulture
Dec.
28
9:00 pm21:00

Perfect Whip / True Vulture

Perfect Whip will craft out their last set of 2018 at the Post Office Hotel on December 28 with very special friends True Vulture in support ~

It's been a big year of milestones for Perfect Whip. From playing the main stages of The Gasometer and The Tote for the first time, to being joined onstage by Ema Dunstan and Steve Rudi Thomson, to raising $380 for Eastern Domestic Violence Service at the Grace Darling. Help them cap off the year in true gritty surf-rock style.

It's free AND summertime // what a combo

This event will take place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We wish to pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.

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Paris Plan
Dec.
29
to 30 Dec.

Paris Plan

Alt-soul funsters Paris Plan are hitting Coburg's own Post Office Hotel on Friday 28 Dec, with their original blend of dirty soul, hip-hop and RnB. It's been a huge year for the 4-piece - a heavy gig schedule in some of Melbourne's best rooms, recording their debut 7" and EP, a film clip - now come and hear 'em live! Entry is free - music from 9pm.

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Damon Smith
Dec.
30
4:30 pm16:30

Damon Smith

After a year of lovingly thrashing pianos across Australia in various shows,

Damon Smith will roll his thin and sweaty fingers over his keyboard, resulting in an output of blues and infectious new Orleans cool stuff that will incite a tiny musical riot inside the mind of dead set, drum set, legend, Ash Davies, who will subsequently conjure up some of the sweetest ass grooves you’ve ever had the good fortune to hear! Post Office Hotel Hotel, 4.16pm, 30th December, 2018.

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Party Pest // The Jinks
Dec.
13
9:00 pm21:00

Party Pest // The Jinks

Party Pest are excited to be back at our favourite Coburg headquarters, The Pest Office! 

Come and eat chips, bitch about this year's work Christmas party, and hear our latest, freshest, newest, soon-to-be HIT SONGS! 

Also playing are BRAND NEW BAND, The Jinks, fresh from their backyard debut, featuring members of Party Pest. It's a love-in folks!

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Van Walker Trio // Sore Eyes
Dec.
9
4:30 pm16:30

Van Walker Trio // Sore Eyes

Van Walker's back with a new swag of songs and thus a new band consisting of Brother Cal (Tyrannamen) and Mitch Dillon (Attractor Beams). They're doubling up in country-rock heaven with another new local outfit, Sore Eyes, an all-star band featuring members Anthony Paine (Snout), Tim Deane, Damian Fitzgerald (Pony Face) and Chris Willard.

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Brooklyn '86
Dec.
8
9:00 pm21:00

Brooklyn '86

Brooklyn '86 are back northside at the Post Office Hotell! Join us in the front bar on Saturday night as we play some slammin' NOLA classics, unique covers and fresh originals. Grab a beer, a burger and we'll see you at the bar for some whisky later on. FREE ENTRY 

The band is a 5-piece New Orleans style brass band, inspired by the traditions of the famous city. With modern influences including The Rebirth Brass Band, The Hot 8 Brass Band and The Hackney Colliery Band, Brooklyn '86 brings elements of jazz, hip-hop and funk to their party grooves and soulful sounds

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Brian El Dorado
Dec.
7
9:00 pm21:00

Brian El Dorado

Brian El Dorado and The Tuesday People are not your typical funk band. Stylistically weaving elements of Soul, Blues and Jazz and even Rock into their trademark funky arrangements, the band are capable of taking you on a musical Odyssey within about 4 songs. At The Post Office Hotel on December 7 the band will be performing new works from their upcoming third LP as well as all the classics from their back catalog. The band is comprised of a rotating roster of some of Melbourne's finest instrumentalist re-pleat with with live brass, keys and trad funk rhythm section. Make your Friday night a good one and come have a boogie!

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Zourouna
Dec.
6
9:00 pm21:00

Zourouna

Zourouna is a highly sought, Melbourne-based band specializing in Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean music. Come along and listen to some of their interpretations of traditional and modern tunes. Their repertoire is uniquely entertaining and spans across countries such as Turkey, Greece, Israel, Lebanon and Syria to name a few. Zourouna likes to take its listeners on a cultural journey with non-existent borders.

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Barry Tones // Charlie Threads
Dec.
2
4:30 pm16:30

Barry Tones // Charlie Threads

After a two-year haitus, Barry Tones and his 5-piece band are back in full swing and ready to showcase a bunch of new tunes at The Post Office Hotel December 2nd.

Brace yourselves for a nostalgic trek, as Barry’s last show was on this very stage. 

With a co-headline from rising Melbourne artist Charlie Threads, this smooth and gritty combination of Funk, Hip Hop, Neo Soul, RnB and Psychedelic Rock is sure to get you grooving. 

The show marks a new era for both Barry and Charlie with new sounds full of colour, flavour and stylistic exploration. 

Bring out those spirit fingers and your best funk faces and help us celebrate a much anticipated sonic reunion. 

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Bumpy // Kee'ahn
Nov.
30
9:00 pm21:00

Bumpy // Kee'ahn

Most known as the captivating front-woman for Melbourne’s jazz/disco outfit, ‘Squid Nebula’, Bumpy (Amy Dowd) also delivers her own independent artistry. Growing up on Gunai-Kurnai Land the Noongar Woman is an emerging talent that is bound to capture your attention. Thematically exploring her truths as a First Nations artist, layers of lush melodies while delivering it with her hypnotic vocal quality, Bumpy invites you into her world of vulnerability and sensitivity.

Kee’ahn is a proud Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal and Torres Strait Islander woman who has recently ventured from her home town in North Queensland, to pursue her dream in Narrm. With a name coming from the Wik people, meaning to dance, to sing, to create - Kee’ahn aims to honour her name and ancestors through her soulful music that weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing.”

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China Beach
Nov.
29
9:00 pm21:00

China Beach

China Beach have been smashing out 2018 and as the year comes to a close the band set their sights on Sydney.

Come say farewell and relish the last opportunity to see them play in Melbourne before the end of the year.

China Beach are in the process of recording a full length album to be released in 2019 and will be playing this album in it's entire form at the Post Office.
Come hear multiple sets with new songs and old, the entire shebangalang 
1.5 hrs of China Beach at the Post Office Hotel.

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The Philhellenes
Nov.
25
4:30 pm16:30

The Philhellenes

Mairead Hannan (from the Xylouris Ensemble - violin & voice), Wayne Simmons (from Polyxeni - guitar, accordion & banjo) Con Kalamaras (from the Melbourne Rebetiko Ensemble - guitar & tzouras), play a mixture of traditional repertoire from Asia Minor and the songs composed by the Greek refugee musicians from that area such as Dalgas (Antonis Diamantidis) Panos Tountas and Kostas Skarvelis  

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Bill Direen
Nov.
24
9:00 pm21:00

Bill Direen

The same weekend as a Melbourne screening of the feature length documentary about Bill, already sold out, at Long Play on Friday November 23rd, Bill plays Post Office in Coburg Saturday November 24th with local wild ones Centre Negative, beginning at 9pm.

Bill’s set will gather precious stones from early EP releases on Flying Nun plus a sampling from recent vinyl, like the 2018 release “Cut” (artwork by Melbourne denizen Ronnie van Hout attached).

Unpredictable Bill will be fresh from playing beside Half Japanese and Träd, Gräs & Stenar at Cropped Out Festival Kentucky, and a tour of Southern states with his one-off band, the USA Bilders. 

Expect an electric night with alternating organ lines, garage, pop and psychedelia from pre-punk rumblings to the present.

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Kosmetika // Moth
Nov.
23
9:00 pm21:00

Kosmetika // Moth

KOSMETIKA are the most mysterious band on the planet. Made up of crew from Russia, New Zealand, Fremantle, Deniliquin and Essendon, they're currently all in the second most liveable city in the world and only play house parties. There’s a debut album coming soon, but the Spotify account name got misspelt so you’ll never hear it. This is their first real show. Come and put it on your instagram.

https://www.instagram.com/kosmetikamusique_/?hl=ru
https://kosme-tika.bandcamp.com/releases

MOTH are also playing and are also mysterious. Weirdo synth-punk from the 12th most liveable city-region in Australia but also living it up in the second most liveable city in the world

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Shit Bitch
Nov.
22
9:00 pm21:00

Shit Bitch

After a five month hiatus Shit Bitch are back playing shows including the postie for the very first time! 

With six women who love the spotlight and only four microphones, Shit Bitch have been pushing the boundaries of punk rock democracy at gigs around Melbourne for over year. Their dual attack vocals deliver songs that are catchy and raw, with a decent chunk of sentimentality in between. Joining them are sweet but assertive three-piece Slush.

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

The Post Office Hotel is wheelchair accessible


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Dan Lethbirdge and Shane O'Mara
Nov.
18
4:30 pm16:30

Dan Lethbirdge and Shane O'Mara

Dan Lethbridge and Shane O'Mara return to the Post Office Hotel and this time they are bringing the full band. Joined by Ben Weisner on drums and Dave Evans and bass, this will be a show in full electric colour. The Posty has become has become a regular haunt for Dan and Shane with the duo returning here 'once every season'. Come and catch them for their Spring Soiree.

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Spiral Perm Single Launch
Nov.
17
to 18 Nov.

Spiral Perm Single Launch

Spiral Perm are playing a headline gig at the Posty in Coburg. It will most likely be a single launch for a song we recorded in Philip Island last month. The track is called VISITOR. We are all visitors on this land. 

"I've seen a million faces, I've seen a million faces
I've got my own space and I'm not going to use it
You've gotta have a reason, a really good reason
For going and leaving, and I'm not going to use it

And I've never been questioned because I was born in a lucky place, that I can't ignore, that I can't ignore

Some people can't walk down their own street without
having someone take them off their own feet, or having some abuse hurled right at them, while white majority views keep on going

And I've never been questioned because I was born in a lucky place, that I can't ignore, that I can't ignore

Injustice is in the middle of this
You can try to fix it if you begin to understand
How many more lives have to be taken 
Because of greed and of ignorance?"

Also playing is Easy Browns. It's free. GOOD TIMES!

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Andie and her Bandie
Nov.
16
9:00 pm21:00

Andie and her Bandie

Armed with her fender ‘stang and sultry vocal chords, Katoomba residing cherub Andie will steal your heart, boggle your mind and untie your shoelaces.

At the ripe old age of 21, her first festival appearance was at the Blue Mountains Music years ago and has since taken her tunes to Woodford Folk, The National Folk Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival and is proud to represent the upper Blue Mountains.

Inspired by 80’s prog rock and neo-soul sounds, she brings to you her own brand of sneaky and powerful soul music. 

Prepare to be lulled into a dreamy state before she yanks ya right back out with her abrasively honest lyrics. 

Andie and her trio featuring Isaac Beggs on drums and Casey Allan on bass will be playin in Melbourne for the first time. 

Expect delicious sailing soul melodies on top of afro cuban rhythms with just a hint of pop sauce. 

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Scab Baby // Scraggers
Nov.
15
9:00 pm21:00

Scab Baby // Scraggers

Wollongong bad boiz ‘Scab Baby’ are leaving New South Wales for the first time and bringing old mates ‘Homewrecker’ along for the ride as they go on their ‘Victorian Tour’.

Scab Baby are 2 Tom's who make wild rowdy music spanning intense genres. It’s hard to nail down a specific style for them as they play everything from noise punk to surf rock. They’ve brought their massive live show to gigs alongside The Chats, Totty, Good Doogs, Voiid, Horace Bones, Bench Press, Hoon, Cakefight, Diana Radar and Cracker La Touf and they also scored themselves a spot on this years Yours and Owls Festival lineup. Come check out Scab Baby and see what all the fuss is about!!

https://scabbaby.bandcamp.com
https://www.instagram.com/scabbaby/?hl=en
https://m.facebook.com/scabbaby/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxJIREbOYmw 

Joining them are local legends ‘Scraggers’. Scraggers are akin to a good belly rub, some say thats why they call em under dogs. born n raised west of the yarra and they’ll bloody tell ya about it. Woof.

https://www.facebook.com/Scraggerz/
https://www.instagram.com/scraggerz/
https://scraggers.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR2RPuTcpK3FKDc98AI17W42HpjqjKrduJDP6Jo2KJLD1Au5bZZnNbG9Zqc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7pVG93fSUw

*Homewrecker not appearing

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Buddy Knox
Nov.
11
4:30 pm16:30

Buddy Knox

A very special remembrance day as Buddy Knox joins us for an afternoon of Blues. 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 has been described as Australia’s own BB King.

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El Tee // 808's and Greatest Hits
Nov.
10
9:00 pm21:00

El Tee // 808's and Greatest Hits

After playing consistently around Melbourne since the release of the EP ‘Radio Silence’ and the acquisition of a 4-piece lineup, El Tee finally make their full-band Post Office debut, delivering the project’s ethereal, intimate songs, contrasted with a dynamic and large performance. Joining them is the dreamy-yet-deep 808s and Greatest Hits (Our Golden Friend), the best of bedroom pop production brought to you — also full band — live.

El Tee:

https://eltee.bandcamp.com/album/radio-silence

https://www.facebook.com/elteemusic/

https://www.instagram.com/elteeeee/

808s and Greatest Hits:

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Hot Glue / Trace Decay / Montague
Nov.
9
9:00 pm21:00

Hot Glue / Trace Decay / Montague

Save the night Fri Nov 9th for Indie Rock with Montague, Hot Glue and Trace Decay down at The Post Office Hotel ~ !

Hot Glue are a raw, lo-fi two-piece, painting viscous melodies with heartfelt ballads that stick !

https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/hot-glue

Trace Decay are a charmingly hypnotic indie Pop act sporting thick, phat synth sprinkled with new wave flavours.

https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/trace-decay

Montague are melancholic and laid-back blues-y rock trio. Soulful vox on a sea of groove.

Free entry! see you there *:-)

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Cacartu
Nov.
8
9:00 pm21:00

Cacartu

Emerging from the safety of the womb that is the music hyperspace, Cacartu hand delivers spicy hypno-beats direct to your earlobes.

After the release of their Debut Album ‘Habitat’ in June this year, Cacartu have been playing hard to bring you some new material which they'll be performing at this FREE show at the Post Office Hotel in Coburg.

Cacartu are a 5 piece neo-soul hailing from the Macedon Ranges. Vocalist Kaitlyn Secker writes lyrics that are melancholic yet uplifting and speak of family, growing up and adapting to your surroundings and being good to your mates

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Porpoise Spit Cup Day Eve Special - The Rose Cup
Nov.
5
8:00 pm20:00

Porpoise Spit Cup Day Eve Special - The Rose Cup

It has long been for told that the late great Pharlap was 17 hands high, which weirdly enough is how many hands high Dom is too. 
To honour all things 17 hands high, this "Cup Day Eve" Porpoise Spit will be playing you 17 SONGS 

That's right people, welcome to "The Rosé Cup" - an annual medium-long distance sprint where the odds are stacked heavily with our narcissism as we play a double set at the Postie. 

FREE ENTRY- RIDE ELLY LIKE A HORSE - MEASURE DOM - PUPPET DANCE WORKSHOP WITH IVY- DO THE WORM WITH MILL 

Also RIP Horses we love you and are sorry that humans suck 

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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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