There’s four sets labelled as “Very Special Secret Guest”. Who could they be?
Teeth & Tongue
The night kicked off with a tight set from soulful garage rock of locals Polish Club, making a lot of noise for just a guitar and drum duo. Then came Teeth & Tongue. The sort-of solo project of Jess Cornelius (remember the dirty dark punk rock of Moscow Schoolboy?), has grown over the years to
Melbourne rockers Augie March have announced the five artists who will open for the band on their string of five hometown reunion shows, set to take place at Melbourne’s Howler this October and November. Playing alongside Augie March on the first sold out show will be fellow Melbourne artist Oliver Mann. On the second night,
The organisers of Melbourne’s White Night 2014 have unveiled the full music programme for this year’s event, offering an impressive lineup of local talent, including Client Liaison, Beaches, The Murlocs, Baptism Of Uzi, and Black Cab, as well as an interactive tribute to rock legend Prince. The event will run from 7:00pm to 7:00am on