FLAC / Stop Adani Fundraiser FEAT: China Beach, Franjapan, Rat Child (trio), Pussy Willow & Tasha Lloyd (solo) [BANDROOM] French Cut - Album Launch Residency, Juice Webster & Lehmann B. Smith [FRONT BAR] Elenore 'The Landslide' Single Launch, Max Lawrence & Jade Alice [UPSTAIRS]

When

7:00 pmThursday, 12 September

Where

Tote

61-71 Johnston Street Collingwood

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Come along and celebrate the beginning of Spring at the Tote and have a boogie to China Beach, Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks (solo set), Rat Child & Pussy Willow, who have all generously donated their time and talents to help raise money for FLAC - Melbourne (Frontline Action on Coal).

ALL of the proceeds from this gig will be given directly to FLAC, a group that uses non-violent direct action to fight for climate justice. Their main focus at this stage is the proposed Carmichael Coal Mine. FLAC are committed to #BlockadeAdani in order to #StopAdani.

Multinational mining giant Adani are trying to build Australia's largest coal mine in Central Queensland, on Wangan and Jagalingou country. The building of this mine and rail projects will have catastrophic consequences on water, land, and air, while trashing indigenous rights and ancestral land.

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An announcement I’ve been saving for a rainy day... french cut’s residency starts in September at The Tote front bar! Also we made an album.

Every Thursday night from 8pm you’ll catch us playing alongside some other incredible acts. I’ve been looking forward to this for a while now and she’s finally rolled around. So without any further blabbering, here some essential deets my friends:

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Elenore is the vibrant new pop disturbance to hit Melbourne, bringing together tones of smooth, sultry and striking vocals creating her distinctive sound.

Making the move from the country Victorian town of Bendigo at only 17 to the city sticks of Melbourne, Elenore worked tirelessly building the groundwork for her project.

Having audiences hit with “soulful depths and endless joy,” Elenore’s live performances are dramatic, bold and emotional, capturing the elements of her lyrics and music in displays that grip the audience.

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