Concert - May 19th, 2018 h 9.30 pm - Free admission

Bar/restaurant open at 7:30pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).

West Coast screamers Frankie And the Witch Fingers trade on a tradition built up from the very fabric of psychedelic soul. Shot through with the same melted juke jitters that sent Doug Sahm, The 13th Floor Elevators and The Pretty Things scratching through the record needles of every child indebted to the vibrational cathedral, the L.A. crew comes barreling into 2017 with their own brand of heatstroke mojo.

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Concert - June 2nd, 2018 h 9.30 pm - Free admission

Bar/restaurant open at 7:30pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).

Musk Hill is the upcoming debut full-length from Melbourne's The Baudelaires. Stomping through the dreamy, substance-induced house-party haze of their previous EP Be a Baudelaire! (2014), the new album delves into the crunchin' boogie of psych-garage territory.

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Concert - June 15th, 2018 h 9.30 pm - Entrance fee: 10 €

Bar/restaurant open at 7:30pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).

E, the trio of Thalia Zedek (Come, Uzi, Live Skull), Jason Sanford (Neptune), and Gavin McCarthy (Karate), have crafted an album that fuses an explosive, industrial sound with the patience and reservation only practiced songwriters can invoke. While each member has decades of experience in the alternative scenes of rock music, their collaborative efforts have combined in a work that is both unlike anything that’s come before them, and the result of three veterans working in total harmony.

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Concert - June 16th, 2018 h 9.30 pm - Free admission

Bar/restaurant open at 7:30pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).

In 2013, after a string of solo EPs, multi-instrumentalist Roxy Lavish assembled the Suicide Cult – a constantly evolving big band featuring some of Australia’s finest musicians. Fusing the storytelling of Bob Dylan and Neil Young with the folk-psych of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the band brought their raucous live show to stages across Melbourne.

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