Warming up this blisteringly cold winter are 3 of Melbourne's hottest acts! Known for their solid, indie-pop stylings - The Gaffs asked us one of 2020's big questions: 'Is It Safeway or Woolworths?', taking the internet by storm with it's catchy chorus hook and insatiable guitar licks. In addition, Analogue Hope have proven to be one of Melbourne's favourite pop-punk acts, filling rooms with hard-rock guitar riffs and overall good vibes. After many months of solid writing and rehearsing, Maybesitter will be hitting the stage, showcasing a set of brand new material. Don't miss this awesome day of fun filled noise at The Workers Club, Sunday 1st of August from 1pm!
Charlie McCosh is an indie-folk artist, highly influenced by Bon Iver and Adrianne Lenker. Charlie has been pouring her heart out for the past six months, writing new songs about loss and her growing pains. She has been experimenting heavily with electronic elements, giving her songs a spacey and ambient style.
In 2018 Charlie has performed her set at the Land of Plenty Music Festival, following acts such as Tones and I, Eliott, Jack Botts, Ocean Alley and Briggs. Charlie then moved to Melbourne to develop her sound, and she has created a spellbinding setlist that is to be released onto all streaming platforms soon. Charlie’s ethereal songs will draw you in, leaving you feeling melancholy yet incredibly warm.
Coming out of the 2020 lockdown, Charlie and her band held a sold-out show at the Workers Club.
Now returning on August 1st, 2021, Charlie will be supported by her friend's FOREST and Sidney Rose.