Boat Show, Forever Renter, Freedom Club [Front Bar] Burjon (Adelaide),The Ians, W.M.N., Mylk [Band Room] Suzi, OH! Daisy, Lottie Liams, Poppy WS [upstairs]

When

7:00 pmSunday, 2 February

Where

Tote

61-71 Johnston Street Collingwood

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Burjon is an independent band with distinctly psychedelic sound. Their music draws on a range of styles and eras, from 60's rock, to 80's indie and 90's alternative rock.

Following the release of 'Today' and 'Seasons', Burjon embark on the interstate 'Today' Road Trip to bring Melbourne a little taste of the growing Adelaide indie/psych scene.

Come to The Tote February 2nd for some groovy tunes - it'll be a vibe!

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BIRTHDAY CAKE AND FISKE PRESENT:

An incredible lineup of talented artists at The Tote Upstairs on the 2nd of February. Grab your dancing shoes and your favourite people and get yourself down to one of Melbourne's most iconic music venues to witness these up and coming artists do their thang.

Poppy WS

Originally from Brighton, UK, Poppy recently moved to Melbourne and is enjoying her time in this beautiful city writing and performing music.

Influenced by a vast amount of genres, her piano style is influenced by mostly classical and blues artists such Debussy, Nina Simone, Fats Waller and Ray Charles to name a few.

Suzi

A self described sad singer songwriter who writes sad songs but makes them sound happy. From the Mornington Peninsula, Suzi is currently recording her first EP due for release in 2020.

Lottie Liams

Lottie Liams is a singer-songwriter sent from the heavens to serenade you and your house-plants.

The 20 year-old has grown up in the thick greenery of the outer Melbourne suburbs and takes that with her everywhere she goes. Never afraid to stand-out in a crowd, Lottie is also an activist who wears her shaved head with pride, speaking out about her experience with chronic illness, and hoping to help others in the process.

OH DAISY

A Nickelodeon character come to life, OH! Daisy is here to shout about heartbreak and growing up. After sewing their heart on their sleeve Dover Island front person Holly O’Kelly has brewed up a mix of Australiana folk with the unmistakable sound of teen years spent in the emo scene.

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