All the way from Nashville Tennesse, singer-songwriter and fiddler Rachel Baiman take to the stage for a night of beautiful music.
Rachel Baiman's June 2017 label debut Shame was featured on NPR’s “Songs We Love”, called a “Rootsy Wake-up Call” by Folk Alley, and described by Vice’s “Noisey” as “flipping off authority one song at a time.”
Now Baiman has announced Thanksgiving (Free Dirt Records), a self-produced four-song EP, featuring her live trio as well as special guests including Molly Tuttle and Josh Oliver.
Baiman is currently working on a new full-length album co-produced by Oh Pep!’s Oliva Hally and will be joined by Hally and guitar player Cy Winstanley for this special show.
Melbourne party people House of Friends & The Love Above welcome lord of the disco DJ Ciderman!
Whatever your poison, there is something undeniable about disco. Hedonistic, fun and regardless if its 40 years old, it stands the test of time as just down right good fashioned party music. Thats why we are frothing over, the one and only, lord of the disco, DJ Ciderman.
The alias of one of Hungary's finest techno exports, DJ Ciderman has been a staple for many house & disco DJs alike with some of the best disco edits we've heard in recent years. His handful releases on his own label, This Is Our Time, sell out almost instantly - as his reinterpretation of rare disco gems become must haves for any party.