MISS MOSES

 Gig guide

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The Shifties & Jarrah Ma

Friday 22nd march | from 8:30pm | free entry

The Shifties are returning for their first show of 2019 off the back of launching their debut album "Dean Hall" in December last year. They'll be bringing an arsenal of brand new songs to unleash to the world for the first time as well as some old album favourites.

Jarrah Ma (of Donald Dank & The Naughty Boys and former Shifty) will be opening the night with the launch of his solo career, sharing his honest musical tales of love and gravy with Melbourne for the first time.

Entry is free

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melbourne cans

saturday 23rd march | from 8:30pm | free entry

A mutual love of Roy Orbison, The Shangri-Las and horror films led to the formation of Melbourne Cans back in 2013. Their 2014 debut album, 'Moonlight Malaise' took a journey into the darkness of a violent dreamscape and attempted to turn it into a pop record.

They returned in 2018 with the release of a second LP, 'Heat of the Night' - an apocalyptic romance set in a city on fire.

" ...if Moonlight Malaise is anything to go by, these guys will be rising to the surface quicker than the froth from a can of bitter shot-gunned in a moment of Saturday night adolescent excitement. "
- BEAT MAGAZINE, 2014

"I like to think of this as the alternative to the National...similar musical touches, but way less dad rock."
- AUSTIN TOWN HALL, 2018

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Tim guy

sunday 24th march | from 4pm | free entry

Five albums in, Tim Guy plays Miss Moses on Sunday March 24. 2 sets!

Rolling Stone magazine says "All the components may be familiar, but Guy reanimates them with giddy enthusiasm and a rare lightness of touch. Even the sad songs sound like they're brimming with excitement."

Entry is free

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The Let Your Hair Down Girls

friday 29th march | from 8:30pm | free entry

Boogaloo-funk heroes The Let Your Hair Down Girls have been described as 'Instrumental afro boogaloo' and 'Aussie pub soul'. The six-piece features members from Melbourne's Saskwatch. They released a 45 with Northside Records in 2017, had some time off in 2018 and are now back and ready to rumble in 2019. Lets have party.

Entry is free

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pocket clock

saturday 30th march | from 8:30pm | free entry

Fusion quintet Pocket Clock are an odd assortment of local musicians with a shared passion for unusual instrumental music.
Sort of latin, kind of jazz, maybe prog, possibly disco, probably funk, sometimes rock, a little bit modal, often mathy, largely improvised, mostly good, totally wild.

https://pocketclock.bandcamp.com/releases

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Niine

sunday 31st march | from 4pm | free entry

Niine's live performances have been described as rapturous and captivating. She has a four-piece band for live shows, and it's here that we are exposed to the depth of Niine's beat, vocal and synth heavy creations.

Niine is becoming a household name and was recently described as an 'avant-guarde pop genius' by Trouble Juice. Working with big names such as Grammy nominated sound engineer Nick Herrera and ARIA award winning Mastering Engineer Adam Dempsey, her upcoming releases are predicted to make a splash on the music scene. Dempsey, with 22 years of mastering behind him, has described the E.P as 'strong and original', while RIPE magazine said that each of Niine's tracks 'trickle into the next with charismatic vocals'.

Niine's music is humorously relatable, igniting even the dampest of wicks. With a busy year of releases ahead, Niine's name is one you will want to keep your eyes and ears open for.
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b l u m e

friday 5th april | from 8:30pm | free entry

♥ Femme creatures of unfathomable creativity come together to share with you divine expression of tenderness, vulnerability, vivacity, poetry, and power through the guise of music. Your local girl gang, as always will be playing not one but two completely improvised sets. Come be apart of the magick and share in the energy transference! ♥

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Feat:
Asha Trips
Anita Chorowicz
Alexandra C Roper
Losumo
Niine

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*** This event will be take place on sacred that has been stolen and never returned to the rightful owners, The Wurunjeri People of the Kulin Nations. We pay our respects to elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. ***

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Le Fleur ‘Cosmic Relations’ launch

saturday 6th april | from 8:30pm | free entry

Melbourne's hardest funking band Le Fleur are making their debut at the marvelous Miss Moses to launch their latest single, and a favourite of their renowned live shows, 'Cosmic Relations'. Two whole sets of Le Fleur, and the group won't just be supplying their own brand of acid jazz tinged funk, but also versions of classic funky hits that are a peak behind the curtain into the groups inspirations.

Wanna get cosmic? Make sure you don't miss this show as Le Fleur take you to outer space and, if you're lucky, beyond!

Entry is free

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claps

saturday 4th may | from 8:30pm | free entry

Brand spankin new project debuted at Strawberry Fields Festival 2018, co-lead by saxophonist Greg Sher and pianist Joel Trigg from Fitzroy cult jazz band The Rookies, Claps is a quintet that blends house and broken beat rhythms with jazz improvisation to create a kaleidoscopic dance music experience.


Entry is free

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