Keaper with Blue Nude & Raging Moby (bandroom) Menajerie with MOZË and Laneous (upstairs)


7:00 pmFriday, 14 October 2022



484 Smith St, Collingwood

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Join Keaper as they celebrate the release of their new single “Tiger” at the Gaso downstairs! “Tiger”, a vibrant ode to this year’s Chinese Zodiac sign, is the first single the band has released since their second EP in March, and is accompanied by it’s garagey b-side “The Table”. Keaper will be sharing the stage with the boogie inducing jazz-pop 5-piece Blue Nude & unmissable psychedelic-rock band Raging Moby.

Made up of five friends from across Naarm, Blue Nude play with influences from indie rock to folk to neo-soul to create a distinctive pop sound. Dense with vocal harmonies, dreamy instrumentation, and poignant lyrics, the band draws on their individual and shared experiences to create music to melt even the coldest of hearts.

Establishing themselves as an exciting new act in the Melbourne music scene in 2019, the Raging Mobies’ love of psychedelic rock, disco and Australiana gives you the perfect musical backdrop for a schooner and a game of pool.

Keaper & friends would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation on which this event will take place. We pay our respects to the Elders of the community, their ancestors and descendants. Sovereignty was never ceded.


Neo-soul making, no shit taking, gonna get your booty shaking Menajerie are a 6-piece female led collective based in Meanjin/Brisbane. The group is fronted by songstress & ivory-tinkler Gracie Mack, powerhouse vocalist Rosa Mack (Rosa Mack, KAYSO GRANDE) and fiery chanteuse Mel Galletly (Willis & the Lovely Ones). Menajerie pens joyous, heartbreaking and honest originals with a strong focus on tight vocal harmony and cosmic funk. With Andrew Fincher (Kerbside Collection, HRBRT) playing guitar, Lee Brackenborough (Elktung, HRBRT) on bass and Beau Jorgensen (Mover, Stormchasers) on drums providing a powerful rhythm section, Menajerie leave their audience worshipping at a pussy shaped altar of Funk.

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