MISS MOSES

 Gig guide

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Tom west

friday 18th january| from 8:30pm | free entry

Tom West makes music that traverses the rocky and undulating ground between simple, whimsical folk tunes and grand and moody soundscapes.

Delivering shows where his purposeful songwriting, unforgettable voice and intricate arrangements come to the fore. Effortlessly shifting between performing solo or with his band where banjos, saxophones & guitars complete the ramshackle wall of sound he has drawn comparisons to the likes of Volcano Choir, Andrew Bird, The Lumineers, Of Monsters & Men & Ben Howard. West's latest work explores new boundaries in his writing and composing.

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buttered loaf

saturday 19th january| from 8:30pm | free entry

'Fresh' off a triumphant 'tour' of Tasmania, Buttered Loaf are firing on 'all' cylinders and ready to rock Brunswick's Miss Moses for the first time. Like an old, naturally aspirated V8 Fairlane, we're well-worn, well-loved and we've been driven into the ground. Sure, the paint is faded and the dash is cracked from decades of Aussie sun, but the donk is strong! Come and see the old gal in action.

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heathcote blue

sunday 20th january| from 4pm | free entry

Heathcote Blue is an alias of Perth-born artist Lyndon Blue, who makes music across numerous genres and names (Leafy Suburbs, Solar Barge and more) - meanwhile playing as a live member of Methyl Ethel and the Darren Hanlon band. Under the "Heathcote Blue" moniker, Lyndon spins contemplative folk songs inspired by the likes of Sibylle Baier, Nick Drake and Mount Eerie. Since 2014, the project has given rise to a self-titled EP, a full-length album ("Stray Dog Daily"), and appeared on bills with favourites including Stella Donnelly, Oliver Mann, Sodastream and Nadia Reid.

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Belle Phoenix & The Subterranean Sea

friday 25th january| from 8:30pm | free entry

Belle Phoenix with her band, The Subterranean Sea, will perform songs from "Like Driving Drunk Through A Blizzard" and "Gone To Italy", due to be released 2019.

https://www.thesubterraneansea.com

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Francesca gonzales

saturday 26th january| from 8:30pm | free entry

Through her elegant fusion of R&B, disco, soul and electronica, rising Melbourne artist Francesca Gonzales has been captivating audiences with triumphant live shows and potent hooks. Exploring themes of empowerment, strength, love and independence, her live set showcases her adventurous sonic aesthetic and incredible vocals.

Armed with her signature keytar, Francesca will be performing two intimate solo set at Miss Moses to kick off the year.

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soft power

friday 1st february | from 8:30pm | free entry

Soft Power transfixes audiences with their post-rock jazz grooves and meditative improvisations. Music for both the head and the heart, the internal becomes an accessible place in the hands of Soft Power, their technical prowess on show but never too apparent, preferring to hypnotize rather than to startle - demonstrating a maturity beyond their collective years.

Fresh from a performance at MONA - Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, they take over the front bar of Miss Moses on Friday 1st February performing 2 sets of their slow-burning, all-instrumental tunes.

"Easy Listening, the sprawling new album from Melbourne three-piece Soft Power, melds jazz, prog-rock, and psych to deliver something truly mesmerizing." - HAPPY MAG 2018


*This event is taking place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge that Sovereignty has never been ceded.

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Georgia State Line + Patrick Wilson (Duo)

sunday 3rd february | from 4pm | free entry


Patrick Wilson
There’s a tender, unmistakable charm that lingers in the work of natural-born storyteller, Patrick Wilson. Rich in craftsmanship, Wilson’s trademark sound and approach to songwriting are gifts only strengthened by the life he breathes into performance.

It’s not often that audiences witness an artist whose output is so grounded, personable, and heartrendingly honest. As it happens, there’s a distinct warmth and benevolence sewn deep within the lining of Wilson’s craft. We’ve seen it with the likes of Ryan Adams, Van Morrison, and Roy Orbison, all stars in their own right, but it’s in Patrick Wilson that this unique class of alternative, old-time Americana finds its true north.

Georgia State Line
Honest, agile, and refreshingly self-assured, Georgia State Line’s unique brand of country-infused melancholy yields music that’s equal parts heartsick and hopeful.

Fronted by lauded songwriter Georgia Delves, the Melbourne-based band melds both vintage and contemporary sounds to craft songs steeped in Tennessee sunsets. Delves’ voice is effortlessly colourful, lyrical and textural with a depth and grace to rival even the most revered of talents.

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Ron S Peno & Cam Butler

saturday 9th february | from 8:30pm | free entry


Legendary Died Pretty front man Ron S. Peno and one of Australia's finest guitarists, Cam Butler, play a show at Miss Moses. With their exciting vocal and guitar take on classic songs from Ron's band, The Superstitions, Ron and Cam send these songs to new, far off territorries. Ron's amazing voice is full of emotion and is accompanied with intuitive perfection by Cam's guitarscapes and atmospheres.

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Aboubacar Djéliké Kouyate - Sunset Sessions

Friday 25 Jan – 22 Feb | from 6pm | free entry

Four Fridays this summer … Sunset Sessions in the beer garden!

When Melbourne is hot like Mali the exuberant vocal flair, intricate guitar lines and driving drumbeats of ‘griot moderne’ Aboubacar Djéliké Kouyate (Mali/France) will transport you into the West African landscape and village life along the Niger river. Now based in France and currently in Melbourne for a 3-month summer tour, Aboubacar brings a contemporary interpretation to the traditional ‘griot’ art form, combining his masterful command of voice, instrument and rhythm into compelling songs that will make you wanna get up and dance – or get on a plane and travel to distant lands!

Catch him in the beer garden on select Friday evenings in Jan and Feb from 6pm.

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