The Brunswick Ballroom presents another lazy Sunday of great sounds. Kicking off around 4pm with five great live acts including Pollyman, Foggy Notion, Roller One, Redspencer and Private Stash.
Pollyman: Drawing on sounds from the past and present of pop and rock, George Carroll Wilson's solo project Pollyman delivers power-pop hooks and retro looks, with defiant and polished songwriting and performances.
Foggy Notion: Originally formed in 2016 as a two piece band in Lorne. Best friends, Shyam Carroll and Maxine Fink moved to Melbourne with a few dirty demos to form the perfect group. Now, as a six piece, Foggy Notion have been paying their dues in and around Melbourne, and tearing it up amongst the locals. Having played with bands like; Drunk Mums, Bananagun, Black Bats, Mesa Cosa and a whole bunch more, Foggy Notion are finding their fresh blend of 60’s garage rock and country, to be a welcomed addition to the Melbourne rock scene.
Redspencer: Songwriter - David McMillan and his younger brother, Aiden hail from the rural Northern NSW town of Glen Innes, where they were homeschooled and raised within the hypnotic clutches of the Pentecostal Christian World. Eventually they found themselves on the Gold Coast where they backslid into the bustling surf rock scene. By the end of this Era 'Redspencer' was born. Finaly Arriving in Melbourne in 2013, a series of singles garnered a small but devoted following. 2015 saw the group release their debut EP followed up by an album the following year ('Perks'). David took a break from the band shortly after the album to pursue drumming in other local projects while slowly chipping away at the second album, 'Dreamworld' to be released in 2021.