Posted by Anne Hasegawa
19. Jul, 2012
|July 21, 2012|
It’s time to pause your mid-winter hibernation because the John Curtin Bandroom is bringing back the heat in Melbourne. Featuring local Melbourne bands, Claws & Organs and ScotDrakula, both bringing you back to the ’90s with their respective grunge, garage rock and pop punk tunes, and new resident Mmdelai from New Zealand embracing the dark, eletronica sounds, the night promises to be one hell of a party. Last but not least, local DJs Starlifter Radio will be rounding up the night with some indie, electro beats to tie together a perfect evening of musical mayhem.
WHEN: Saturday 21 July, 8pm
WHERE: John Curtin Bandroom, 29 Lygon Street, Carlton
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