The Smallgoods (‘Lost In The Woods’ album launch) with Lewis Coleman & Band (arvo) Nat Vazer with special guest Obscura Hail + David M. Western (evening)


1:00 pmSaturday, 7 May 2022


Northcote Social Club

301 High Street, Northcote

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The Smallgoods Lost in the Woods Album Launch

With special guests Lewis Coleman and band

Northcote Social Club

Sat, May 7 (afternoon show – doors 1pm)

Melbourne pastoral indiepop stalwarts The Smallgoods are finally ready to launch their new album Lost in the Woods, with an afternoon show at Northcote Social Club on Saturday, 7th May.

A decade-and-a-half since the release of their previous album (2007’s sprawling epic Down on the Farm), The Smallgoods prove they still wield the mastery of the pop hook for good and not evil.

Self-produced in a secluded studio outside of Melbourne in the lush forest of the Dandenong Ranges, the aptly named Lost in the Woods shows The Smallgoods have lost none of their predilection for spiking wondrous pop songs with a hefty dose of expansive psychedelia and dark balladry.


Nat Vazer announces the long-awaited tour and celebration of debut album 'Is This Offensive and Loud?', released mid-pandem on Hotel Motel Records. Nominated for the Australian Music Prize, the album has been dubbed 'one of the year's most immersive releases' by Rolling Stone Australia and was named in NME Australia's top 20 albums of 2020.

1 year on from the album release, Vazer will be kicking off her first headline tour in 2021 to perform songs off the record with band mates: Andy Campbell, Sean Newell and Benjamin Joel. Limited edition 1 year anniversary tees will be exclusively available at live shows.

Nominated for Best Breakthrough Artist at the 2020 Music Victoria Awards, the Melbourne artist has been performing extensively over the past three years, supporting artists such as #1 Dads, Last Dinosaurs, touring with Kingswood and Lime Cordiale, and joining the line ups of Summersalt Festival (The Teskey Brothers, John Butler), St Kilda Festival (The Jezabels, The Preatures) and more.

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