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Fri 23 Sep 2016, 8:30pm–11:30pm

Where: Bella Union Bar, 54 Victoria Street, Carlton, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • General admission at the door: $30.00
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Listed by: Bella Union

Melbourne three piece pop rock experts Even have been working on some damn fine tasty new tunes for quite some time now, trickling little bits out here & there on limited edition 7” singles last Christmas and this July just gone, but a brand spanking new single proper is to be released next month. How’s them apples?

You’ll all be able to download that sucker to your heart’s content as of 1st September, the first day of spring. Then come down to Bella Union for the launch with some pretty tasty guests:

Thee Gravy Train Four - Davey Lane of You Am I is a man of many talents and he likes to delve into many different formations of the pop genre. With his newest outfit, alongside Kat Spazzy, Brett Wolfenden and Zac Crozier, he harks back to the greatest of all times, the sixties, with great aplomb. Thee Gravy Train Four are very much worth jumping onto.

J Scot McKenzie - this talented young man is otherwise known as Jules from Money For Rope. With his band still adding the finishing touches to their next album, Jules decided it was time to branch out a little and test himself with a solo show, something until now he’s never really done before. It’s not your average solo show however, it features Jules with an array of effects pedals, tape echo, loops and he even plays bass with his feet at the same time.

Ten Gallon Head - a personal favourite of Mr Naylor's, Ten Gallon Head play a broad band of post punk rock, their tunes run a wide gamut, through intense rockabilly to languid psychedelia, melodic pop and swinging guitar workouts, all informed by a sardonic lyrical bent.

Them apples are pretty sweet.