Christopher Port, Maxwell S, Collette, Barry Sunset. Asha & Louise Kaye (BAND ROOM) Perspectives with Split Feed & Blue Velvet (UPSTAIRS)


8:00 pmFriday, 2 November 2018



484 Smith St, Collingwood

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Two years is a long time in showbiz baby and we have a hankering to spill some pints, sink some gins and celebrate in fine fashion. To do so we’ve brought along some of our nearest and dearest to help us cut the cake for two glorious years of Figaro’ing.

Our headline homie is Christopher Port. Garage inspired productions split between d-floor melters and tear-jerking dreamers, its music with the capacity to make you both dance and cry. Maxwell S is very much a part of the furniture at the Gaso. One of the dudes behind the decks for Daydreams, Max is well-versed in setting dance floors at his local alight. Colette is one our long-time conspirator’s and, as we all know, the key to a good birthday is surrounding yourselves with your fellow partners in crime. Probably the nicest DJ on the circuit, she’s also one of our favourite selectors. A country boy with a heart of gold Barry Sunset is a box office selector from B-rat. The wildcard birthday party attendee who when they get their hands on the AUX things get a bit silly, with a full mixing kit things will get downright outrageous. Birthday parties are also for our friends. In Asha and Louise Kaye (stage name pending, reward of a free pint for finding her a name is still very much open) we’ll have two pal’s dropping heat together. With a poster slot at City Loop for Asha and gigs popping up all around the city for Louise, these two make the perfect mixture to kick things off for our second birthday.


Melodic-hardcore staples Perspectives, are hitting the road on what will be their last ever performances. The Northern Beaches lads have done multiple laps around the country with the likes of More Than Life, Gideon & Dear Seattle as well as shows with The Story So Far, La Dispute, Basement, Trophy Eyes, Defeater, Bane – the list goes on. Their debut record 'Stay For Those Who Care' was released and largely un-toured – so instead of calling it quits with no shows to land on, the group have decided to put two intimate shows on sale in Sydney and Melbourne. Tickets wont last long, so get in to see them off in the way they deserve.

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