Posted by Jonty Thompson
30. Sep, 2011
Everything was looking promising. Spring seemed to have planted its sunny roots in the Melbourne soil and beer gardens and BBQ”s looked imminent. Unfortunately now that the heavens have opened we’ll all be seeking an indoor situation for our musical adventures.
Melbourne act Major Chord, led by singer/songwriter Dan Flynn, are about to debut their latest record Psychic Civil War. The album’s first single ‘Tomorrow Night’ acts as a spooky folk-driven anthem to the gloom that has overcome our fair city.
With familiar steel string sounds and a slow building backing of organs and clumsy drums this song feels like a lived-in home; with chipped paint and an open-fire smell lingering on the floorboards.
The Creole-flavoured food truck takes over Melbourne Cemetery today with funk, free music, congo lines and plenty of po-boys.
Enjoy music with your macchiato at the Social Roasting Company every Friday in June.
The re-vamped Post Office Hotel puts on great tucker and gigs