The iconic frontman and singer with the legendary Died Pretty, Ron S. Peno, and his band The Superstitions play an afternoon matineé show at the Northcote Social Club. Support will be Melbourne’s own guitar looping master, and another legend in his own right, Mick Turner.
The Superstitions will be playing songs from their three acclaimed albums, showcasing their unique sound of epic grandeur coupled with slinky rock grooves. The band has begun work on their fourth album, with some of this new material to be played at this show for the first time.
This is a rare chance to see one of Australia’s great performers strut his stuff in front of a crack band - a concert full of drama and excitement, not to be missed!
Erupting into the spotlight at 16, Tia Gostelow can not be stopped. After being announced as support for Ball Park Music & San Cisco at Brisbane's Riverstage, handpicked to tour with The Rubens and feature on their latest single "Never Ever", she dropped into the Triple J studio's last Friday to cover Empire Of The Sun's "We Are The People" on Like A Version.
To cap off her already colossal 2018, she's announced the release of herdebut albumThick Skin on September 21st. Recorded with Konstantin Kersting at Airlock studios (The Jungle Giants/Mallrat), the album will be released on her on her own label Lovely Records.