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Fitzroy 3065
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RESIDENCIES:

MUNDANE MONDAYS

The Old Bar presents 'Mundane Mondays'. Working with local, interstate, international, heard and unheard bands. Each monday brings a different taste of all things electronic, lo-fi, country, experimental, punk and more. $15 Mountain Goat jugs all night. Start your week correctly.

CROTCHETY KNITWITS: KNITTING, SEWING, BOOZING EVERY MONDAY IN WINTER

Mondays 6-8pm at the Old Bar. Everyone is welcome, you can bring your own knitting, or there will be some needles and wool available at the bar if you don't have your own project or can't be bothered bringing it in. There will be people there who can help with knitting problems or if you'd like to learn new things. Free entry.

BEERSOAKED SUNDAYS:

FEBRUARY:

BEERSOAKED SUNDAYS WITH KAHLUA BREEZE

Kahlua Breeze are Melbourne's leading purveyors of silky smooth yacht rock!

Playing the hits of Hall and Oates, Toto, Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, Lionel Ritchie and more!

Featuring:
Ben Murphy - vocals/guitar (La Bastard)
Liam Brewer - vocals/drums (Agonhymn)
Nitida Atkinson - vocals/guitar (Don't Thank Me, Spank Me, Astro and the Ages)
John Cheong-Holdaway - bass and synth (Cambrian Explosion, Gamelan dananda)
Simon Long - Keys (Cambrian Explosion, Dr Rock)

Playing 3 Sundays in February 2019 at the Old Bar!

Sunday 10 Feb:
with Richie1250 & The Brides Of Christ and THEE Cha Cha Chas

Sunday 17 Feb:
with The Tarantinos and Don't Thank Me, Spank Me

Sunday 24th Feb:
Special fundraiser show supporting Oxfam Trailwalker Australia
Featuring Bali Recognisable (pop hits played by a Gamelan Orchestra) plus TWO sets of the smoothest grooves from Kahlua Breeze!

Doors from 7pm, $8 entry.

 

SATELLITE GALLERY:

FEBRUARY:

SKIN & BONE - FLUX

OPENING NIGHT TUESDAY 26th FEBRUARY -

Skin & Bone is a solo exhibition by FLUX, exploring the duality of light and dark. This collection of mixed media visual art will take you on a voyage, from above the skin to beneath the bone, fleshing out ideas around the circulation of death, re-birth and metamorphosis.

https://www.instagram.com/thetotalityofflux/


Set times-
Yukumbabe 8:00-8:40
Yukumbabe is based in folk with dark undertones and overall atmospheric ambience that laves you relaxed and is a beautiful pleasure for the ears. Consisting of Maisie - Vocals/Guitar,
Michael-Guitar, Petch - Drums & Ryleigh- Bass / Synth.

Cystic Nightmare 9:00-9:40
Cystic Nightmare sing angry songs about being sad. They are a grungy auscore band based in Melbourne who listen to lots of queercore, riot grrl and synth pop. Consisting of Cee Devlin -Guitar and vocals, Lara Dickinson - Bass and vocals, Arty Owens - Guitar & Di Drew - Drums.

Girl Germs 10:00-10:40
Three hot hot hot chiko roles from the cultural deep fryer which is the city of Melbourne. They will leave a questionable taste in your mouth and a catchy tune in your mind. Consisting of babes Layla-Rai Cambourne on Drums, Peta Treble on Bass and Kahlia Parker on Guitar - they all sing because they love a solid 3-part harmony.

Benign Girl (performance) 11:00-11:10
Benign Girl was found in the Bargain Bin. Apparently she got touched by Lindsay Lohan's stupid cursed brush. Now she won't stop growing...

Lady Groove Amy Law (dj set) 11:20-12:00
This bass babe will make you stomp your boots and shake your tail feather like never before.

Entry $8

This is an LGBTQIA friendly event, there will be NO tolerance for any offensive behaviour. The Old Bar also provides gender neutral toilets upstairs, for anyone and everyone to use throughout the night.

I would like to acknowledge that this event is being held on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

MARCH:

AUTHENTIC SELF - PHOEBE VELDHUIZEN

OPENING NIGHT TUESDAY 26th MARCH

Satellite Gallery are proud to present Phoebe Veldhuizen’s first solo exhibition Authentic Self.

Phoebe Veldhuizen is a Melbourne based portrait photographer who is intrigued by the everyday and how photography can bridge the gap between reality and fantasy. Using various analogue photography techniques, Veldhuizen captures honest and intimate moments, allowing her diverse range subjects space to shine as their authentic selves

Veldhuizen’s six years as a photographer have shown her a world she didn’t know she could be a part of – allowing her to work alongside designers, musicians, artists and countless creatives across the world. This exhibition draws together a collection of subjects from New York City, Tokyo, New Zealand and Australia.

Authentic Self explores private moments that create a powerful presence when exhibited alongside one another. This body of work draws the viewer into intimate settings and allows new narratives to form. Through Valdhuizen’s unique lens, she breaks down barriers of privacy, authenticity and reality – revealing her own authentic self.