MISS MOSES

 Gig guide

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Terrible signal

saturday 18th may | from 8:30pm | free entry

Terrible Signal play a double set of contemporary wig pop songs both new and old for youthful people and others at Miss Moses May 18th

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Losumo

sunday 19th may | from 4pm | free entry

Losumo, a sonic seer, a sorceress of the voice, and a creative spiritual earth dweller. Forever weird, sharing poetry of mysticism, magick, and mutli-dimensional madness through her opulent mastery of songwriting.

2 sets

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FoXY MORONS

friday 24th may | from 8:30pm | free entry

The Foxymorons play 2 sets for free on a Saturday night at Miss Moses.

The Foxymorons are a six-piece band drawing inspiration from the Australian landscape, rendering this vivid bush aesthetic into energetic rhythms and wide textural soundscapes. The Morons intend to marry contemporary Australian jazz with the realms of dance and groove. The original compositions utilise cyclic drumming patterns and subtle folk melodies to create long form improvisational suites. The band members have been in each others arms and by each others side for the past 5 years, during which they have used this band to develop an improvisational vernacular, and as a means of healing for hardships and celebration of blessings. The music has been performed in both the intimate jazz venues of Melbourne as well as high capacity dance venues. Their debut album 'Sleeping Patterns' was released 2018.

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The CB3

saturday 25th may | from 8:30pm | free entry

The CB3 bring their breed of melodic, instrumental hip-hop/funk to Miss Moses for one night. Lead by guitarist Cristian Barbieri, you can expect quirky but catchy melodies and arrangements, improvised and interactive solo's and deep beats.

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kee’ahn & aaron b

sunday 26th may | from 4pm | free entry

Kee'ahn is a proud Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal, Torres Strait Islander woman who has recently ventured from her home town in North Queensland, to pursue her dream in Birraranga (Melbourne).
With a name coming from the Wik people, meaning to dance, to sing, to create, Kee'ahn aims to honour her name and Ancestors through her soulful music weaving lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing.

Aarøn B is a proud Yorta Yorta man whose soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics captures and mesmerizes the hearts and minds of all listeners. The harmonious fusion of Kee'ahn and Aaron, is a gift not to be missed.

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werewolves

friday 31st may | from 8:30pm | free entry

Local blues rock act Werewolves of Melbourne roll into Miss Moses for 2 sets of contemporary blues/soul & a dose of Rock & Roll, for their the debut show at the venue. Come see what this band has been delivering over the past year.

Werewolves will be playing tunes from their forthcoming release due out later in 2019. Awooooooooooo
www.werewolvesofmelbourne.com

"A mixture of old style blues mixed in with the funk & soul of this day. This band, capable of tapping into your wildest emotions".......White Night Melbourne

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messy mammals & niine

saturday 1st june | from 8:30pm | free entry

A rare opportunity to spot messy mammals in an intimate setting in their native northside habitat.

Messy Mammals are truly beginning to garner some hype, thanks to their refreshing new sound - a dreamy blend of psych & pop, with big grooves and hazy elements of jazz & r’n’b & woven throughout - and their uplifting energy & shows. Last seen at their imaginative conceptual Evelyn residency, “Mammalia Dream Land”, the band are currently laying a little low - with only the odd gig booked in - whilst they spend some solid time in the studio; so this is the perfect chance to catch the somewhat elusive crew, radiating sunny energy (as they always do) on the first day of Melbourne’s winter.

They will be joined by their best pal / Messy Mammals synth player, Niine - the incredible “idiosyncratic ball of quirky goodness” - who will be performing a lush solo support set of “Avalanche Pop”, ensuring this is strictly a family affair. ♥

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entropy quartet

sunday 2nd may | from 4pm | free entry

Entropy Quartet is a four piece ensemble from Melbourne that merge elements of improvised jazz, funk and groove, roving through syncopated states and improvised landscapes. The ensemble perform mostly original material but their sets are also peppered with creative interpretations of well known pop music, from the likes of The Beatles, Radiohead, and Bjork amongst others. The band draws influence from a broad spectrum of musical sources, ranging from Jazz, to classical,
to electronic music. They released their debut EP Live (recorded live at Bennetts Lane) in 2015, and followed with their first full-length studio release S>0, launched at Uptown Jazz Cafe at the end of 2017. Entropy Quartet have been played on radio programs across the country, and performed live on PBS' Impressions program. The ensemble regularly play at various venues around Melbourne, and are currently working toward their second studio release in late 2019.

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cofi

friday 7th june | from 8:30pm | free entry

Cofi is a 6-piece outfit, set on a mission to fuse neo-soul, improvised dance and all things groove.
Formed in the distant land of high school, the group have grown alongside the beloved Melbourne scene, highlighted by a fiery set at Strawberry Fields 2017 and two sold out belters at the Gaso.
After a few months tucked away to fine-tune their sound, Cofi got themselves into a studio and are embarking on a wave of shows to promote their slick new single 'Trinity'.
2019 will be the most exciting time to catch these locals set sail and reach new heights.

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ogopogo

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

Ogopogo Melbourne is a red hot beast, ready to conquer any dance floor in the vicinity with their energetic performance and radical music. Generating a new wave of chaotic mayhem you can expect brain-twisting rhythms, colourful melodies and lustrous harmonies that leave you in a state of complete joy and wonderment.

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The orbweavers

sunday 9th june | from 4pm | free entry

The Orbweavers bring a cosy Sunday afternoon double set to Miss Moses on Sunday 9 June. There will be songs of bridges & bluestone, creeks & quarries, sewers, silos & swans. This will be The Orbweavers' last live show for a spell - they are off to record a new album. Join them for an intimate winter-afternoon show from 4pm.

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jk group

friday 14th june | from 8:30pm | free entry

~~JK GROUP~~
A nu-jazz collective fronted by Melbourne saxophonist Josh Kelly (30/70, 2019 PBS Young Elder of Jazz). JK Group brings together jazz stylings with current influences including broken-beat, house, and hip-hop, but with a distinctive emphasis on bebop-style improvisation.

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the bluebottles

saturday 15th june | from 8:30pm | free entry

The fabulous Bluebottles return to the best little bar in Brunswick for 2 sets of instrumental hits!

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lewis coleman

sunday 16th june | from 4pm | free entry

Lewis Coleman is bringing his little bag of songs to the heart of Sydney Rd. Some will be sad, some will be short, some will have echo. It will be cosy and all the better for you being there!

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russia

friday 21st june | from 8:30pm | free entry

Russia - the band will pay the ferryman and cross north of the border once again on Friday June 21 to smuggle some funk into new venue Miss Moses. Come join, come dance, and come see Russia do what Russia does.

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z e d s i x

saturday 22nd june | from 8:30pm | free entry

Z E D S I X is a fresh set of performed and sampled sounds reimagining the golden era of Hip Hop and Jazz. African and American Jazz is sampled, re-arranged and performed live featuring a stellar array of jazz and hip hop artists. The band has just released their debut track and music video 'My One & Only'.

bass: ZEDSIX
rapper: 1/6
voice: Fem Belling
sax: NICK LESTER
piano: MINA YU
drums: BEN CHARNLEY
dj: Tom Showtime

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leilani & bud

sunday 23rd june | from 4pm | free entry

Leilani Le Fleur & Bud Wilkins from Melbourne's funking Acid Jazz group Le Fleur are back at Miss Moses but this time for an intimate, stripped back session as a duo exploring all your favourite jazz standards and jazzed up classics.

Mixing Leilani's smooth vocals with Buds swinging guitar, the duo is proud to present a night of two sets of tunes, influenced by artists such as Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass, Tuck & Patti, Prince and Steely Dan.

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niasha

saturday 29th june | from 8:30pm | free entry

NIASHA brings the band along for an eclectic assortment of sounds and performance. With a concoction of soul, rnb, hip hop, afrobeats, spoken word poetry, reggae. You name it, she’ll bring it and Miss Moses is the place to be for it.

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helen ryder

sunday 7th july | from 4pm | free entry

In 2015 HELEN RYDER released her debut single Lady Bird followed by Someday Love - eleven tracks of beautifully crafted country and soul atmospheric pop. With that rare ability to transform a lyric into something compelling and personal Helen is delighted to perform her album and an eclectic mix of favourite songs with VASHTI SIVELL (Calle Luna) on keyboards.

“Someday Love is a beautiful selection of songs interpreted with great feeling and backed by some of Australia's finest musicians.” - Brian Wise, Off The Record / RRR radio.

“…The voice is exquisite and the playing is beautiful.” - Jeff Jenkins, The Music / ABC Radio.

"Love the album, congratulations." - Paul Gough, The Inside Sleeve / ABC Radio National.

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