Sabrina Salvatore’s debut single ‘Aldi’, from her upcoming EP ‘I Did a Thing’ is a tongue in cheek, self deprecating indie bop that goes out to anyone out there who feels a little second rate. Sabrina will bring her full band show of quirky and at times blunt songwriting to The Workers Club on Saturday October 19th. Influenced by artists such as Amanda Palmer, Regina Spektor and Kimya Dawson, her style of piano driven indie pop blends elements of jazz and musical theatre, while her lyrics cover a wide array of topics from social justice to classic literature. Joining her for the show will be singer songwriters Monica Karo and Darcy Fox.
True misnomers are hard to come by, The Lazy Susans are one to behold. Since blossoming in 2016 the group have been tirelessly touring their motherland. The Lazy Susans have built an impenetrable foothold in Australia and the list of artists they have performed with live reads like the dream festival line-up of any music lover (Tigers Jaw, Millencolin, Sløtface, Press Club, AJJ, WAAX, Jeff Rosenstock, The Hard Aches, The Bennies). As an aside, they themselves have been featured at a handful of Australia’s best festivals such as; Yours & Owls Festival, Til The Wheels Fall Off & Pool House Party.
Now That The Party’s Over witnesses The Lazy Susans songwriting – oft described as ‘heart-on-sleeve’ – evolve into true heart-on-fingertip rock. The fragility, vulnerability, compassion and humanity that seeps from the grooves of this record is sticky and will affect even the most stubborn of souls.