Over the Moon Tunes


7:00 pmWednesday, 21 September 2022



229 Queensberry St, Carlton

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Presented by RMIT in association with Colour Club, we bring to you


Ground control to Major Tom! This Wednesday 21st September, RMIT will be transmitting good tunes and vibrations at the Colour Club for Over the Moon Tunes – a night of jangle pop, alt-rock and all-around good vibes. Over the evening, an interstellar selection of Naarm’s finest talent will be performing upstairs at the Colour Club. Featuring:

Private Mountain

Formed in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, 'Private Mountain' have been playing together for nigh on 10 years. Their first release, 'Radar', sounds like all the best bits of Jeff Buckley, Tame Impala, Radiohead and Sonic Youth came together to make one bombastic track. 'Can't Paint in the Rain' takes you on an ethereal journey of sweeping vocal melodies supported by the ever-present and huge drums. Their new release '22' is an alt-pop masterpiece, with crunchy drums, distorted guitar solos, mixed in with some melancholy lyrics, it's sure to transport you far away to your own Private Mountain,

Clover Blue

Clover Blue (they/she) is a Palawa musician and artist currently residing in Naarm.

Working alongside producer and drummer Soren Maryasin, Clover Blue is in the final stages of a solo EP to follow their 2020 debut single 'cake'. Recalling the lineages of Leonard Cohen, Ted Lucas and Nina Simone, they present intricate, introspective, intense and dreamy folk songs to spin both true and imagined life-based narratives. With writing often grounded in poetry, Blue aims to craft poignant music that drums emotion in the gut of the listener.

Pretty Frances

Pretty Frances is a jangle pop quartet, inspired by their muse Frances. They write goofy little tunes to please your ears. Made up of Lola, Noah, Penny and Peggy, they will ensure that you are having the time of your life on the d floor.

Grevillea Hedge

Grevillea hedge is a four-piece band consisting of Sage, Gigi, Miles and Ila. The band take their influence from a broad range of music from the 60s/70s to the experimental possibilities of present-day rock. You can expect their set to be fluctuating between chill and slow ballads, to upbeat alternative rock.

The night will be an exploration of soft rock, jangle pop, and all-around interstellar music. You will be sure to remember the 21st Night of September.


We live, work and play on land that was forcibly taken from Aboriginal people. There has been no Treaty with the First Nations of this place and the effects of colonisation continue to this day. We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, on whose land this event will take place. We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded.

There is a strict zero tolerance policy towards racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism or harassment of any kind. Please report any unwelcome behaviour to staff or event organisers. There may be some strobe lights used in performances.

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    229 Queensberry St, Carlton