Adele and The Chandeliers
Adele and The Chandeliers and their post-punk, no wave, pop and rock brilliance burned into the grooves of their first 7 inch vinyl release. Routines will be supporting and missiling their jangly guitar synth pop rock into your ear holes.
Routines are Jane Dust (guitar and vox), Clare Moore (drums and backing vox), Emily Jarrett (synth and backing vox) and Will Hindmarsh (guitar).
LIVE IN THE GERSHWIN ROOM // Internationally renowned for their smouldering, in control and swaggering live performances, Victoria’s underground funk/punk heroes Mammal take over the Gersh this March w. special guests Rival Fire
After barnstorming Brisbane’s Dead Of Winter Festival and leaving the 1500 strong crowd in rapture, Mammal are back for another slice of the pie in 2020.
Mammal have decided to get back to their roots and relive some classic memories they created in the early days as a band in St Kilda. They are very excited to announce they will be playing a headline show at the The Espy's iconic Gershwin Room on Friday March 6. Support will be from Rival Fire and special guests.
St Kilda and especially The Espy was where Mammal came together and is sure to be one to remember. The band plans to open by playing through their original self-titled EP and then rip into a full set of all the Mammal classics.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see the band who Kerrang magazine described as “perfect” live.