Grazer, Outer South, Ninoosh, Burger Boy (arvo) Earnest Jackson & Friends, Ella Clair, Y A R A (evening)

When

1:00 pmSaturday, 23 January

Where

Workers Club

51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

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Grazer is the joint musical venture of Matt and Mollie, whose backgrounds of painting, photography and poetry coordinate their eclectic sound. Their live sound is a dreamy coalescence of 80s indie pop and the catharsis of 90s grunge and shoegaze.

Join the Grazer gang (as they boycott the hottest 100) for day drinks and a boogie on the 23rd of January at Workers Club!! We've been waiting all year for some live music, so don't stay at home and listen to the radio! Grazer will be joined by Burger Boy, Ninoosh and Outer South, who will kick things off at 1pm. 

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EARNEST JACKSON is the infectious and energetic alternative hip hop project from 21-year-old Jackson Hurwood.

From the inner suburbs of Melbourne - Earnest Jackson’s catchy hooks and intricate lyrical trickery will inevitably have you dancing. Earnest’s songs are sometimes playful and cheeky, other times thoughtful and hard-hitting, but always energetic and delivered at maximum power.

Earnest’s band, consisting of drums (Soren Maryasin) and saxophone (Lochie Thompson), is playfully unusual and equally energetic. Earnest’s influences include: Childish Gambino, Tyler the Creator, James Blake, Rejjie Snow and Duckwrth so if any of those artists tickle your pickle this is the post-lockdown gig debut to check off your list!

Earnest is moving to Sydney so this may be a temporary goodbye for Melbourne - make sure you're there for the final boogie!

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