Eliza Mithen, Mongrel Republic, Jock Strap-On (arvo) SXINT P ‘villain’ - Single Launch, Tentendo, J Á H (evening)

When

3:00 pmSunday, 21 July

Where

Workers Club

51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

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Eliza Mithen blends hard nosed self deprecating lyrics, earthy rhythms and harmonies to lift the heart and touch the soul. Eliza is joined by the Mansplainers and together they form a trio with a revolving door of instruments, mostly aiming at impressing their parents. Prepare to laugh and cry.

Jock Strap-On is sweetly taking on the patriarchy, one perfect drop punt 45m out on a 45' angle at a time. He sweats up the stage covered in deep heat as a voice for his LGBTIQ&POC family - One game at a time.

Mongrel Republic is composed of three of the most delightfully disorganised humans you’re ever likely to meet, above all valuing spontaneity, creativity and aesthetic disaster. An art band, who's influences are broad and jump between genres. You can't be prepared, you never know what's going to happen.

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Dark. Emotional. Villain. Rising R&B star SXINT P will finally be performing LIVE here in Melbourne to debut the release of his new and highly anticipated single – villain. 
Support comes from hugely popular R&B / Neo-Soul producer Tentendo (associated acts include BROCKHAMPTON, Jordan Dennis, GoldLink) and up-and-coming R&B artist J Á H accompanied by Jamie Young.

From Contemporary R&B to Trap and Hip-Hop music, SXINT P blends genres to explore real life issues that will have you in your feels AND in the middle of the mosh. Along with his dreamy vocals, the multi-talented crooner has plenty of other surprises to keep you thrilled throughout the night.

Recently, popular music blog AAA-Backstage said of his EP STAR-CROSSED that from both “a technical and musical standpoint, the musician’s debut effort is flawless”, further praising that he “shakes the genre to its core.”

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