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School Damage Live at RRR

Monday 26th June @ Triple R Performance Space, Brunswick East

Melbourne/Geelong quartet School Damage began as a bedroom recording project for Carolyn Hawkins (Chook Race, Parsnip) and Jake Robertson (Ausmuteants, Frowning Clouds). They released a cassette for Moontown Records in 2013, then were joined by Jeff Raty (Richie 1250 & the Brides of Christ) and Dani Damage.

Their debut self-titled album, out now through Chapter Music, was recorded in Melbourne and Geelong by Billy Gardner (Ausmuteants, Living Eyes) and mixed/mastered by Mikey Young (Total Control, Eddy Current Suppression Ring).

Taking cues from pop outfits such as the Vaselines, Particles and Young Marble Giants, School Damage's sound is defined by wobbly keyboards, weaving bass lines, and lyrical content focused on the anxieties of modern life and love.

Catch School Damage Live at Triple R in the Performance Space during Local and/or General on Monday 26 June from 8.30pm, doors 8pm. Subscribers can email schooldamage@rrr.org.au with their full name and subscriber number in the subject line by midday Thursday 22 June for the chance to be part of the audience.

Please note: You must have a current annual Triple R subscription to be eligible for giveaways. Winners will be notified via email



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This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.


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Bart Willoughby Cry Baby Session Live at RRR

Monday 3rd July @ Triple R Performance Space, Brunswick East

Triple R’s Cry Baby Music Sessions return these school holidays, with acclaimed Indigenous musician Bart Willoughby performing tracks from his new album Resonance live from the Triple R Performance Space during The Grapevine on Monday 3 July at 11.30am. Doors 11am.

Joining Bart for this special all-ages event in celebration of NAIDOC week will be soprano singer Shauntai Batzke, and classically trained jazz musicians Anita Hustas on double bass and Phil Bywater on saxophone.

Bart Willoughby’s musical career began in 1978 with the band No Fixed Address, pioneering a distinctive sound that fused Jamaican reggae with traditional Indigenous influences.

Bart’s latest solo album Resonance began as an idea and a desire to experiment and combine large sounds of grand instruments with recordings within the grandeur of nature.

Subscribers can email bart@rrr.org.au with their full name and subscriber number in the subject line by midday Wednesday 28 June for the chance to be part of the audience.

Please note: You must have a current annual Triple R subscription to be eligible for giveaways. Winners will be notified via email. We will be mindful of volume to cater to little ears, however we advise parents/guardians to bring along protective ear-muffs for kids attending the event.



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This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.



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