In-Store Performances

 

We present regular free live In-store Performances at lunchtimes featuring local & international artists. Some of the artists who have performed on our stage include Richard Thompson, Jimmy Webb, Ron Sexsmith, John Scofield, Michelle Shocked, John Hammond, Tim Rogers, Dave Alvin, Chris Smither, Stephen Cummings, Mick Thomas, Andy White…to name just a few!

These lunchtime concerts are truly very special, intimate & enjoyable…and we hope you’ll come along and join us when you can.

THEY’RE FREE!

  Melbourne band, The Heartache State, fronted by Nick Barker, are set to release their brand new album, Last of the Buffalo on September 1 via independent rock label, Golden Robot Records. Produced by Shane O’Mara at Yikesville Studios, Last of the Buffalo, was a bucket list project for the band – to record an album without a net.  The results are brilliant. The majority of the songs were wr... »

BENNY WALKER Friday 15th September @ 12.45pm

Hailing from regional Victoria, Indigenous singer/songwriter Benny Walker is the real deal. His love songs and epic tales are mixed with passion for the land, the people, summer vibes and deep grooves. Recent offerings SAVE and Oh No You Don’t shot to No. 1 on the AMRAP charts; the latter earning him four NIMA 2016 nominations and the award for “Best Aboriginal Talent” at The Age Music Victoria Aw... »

BROADS Friday 8th September @ 12.45pm

  Melbourne indie-noir crooners Kelly Day and Jane Hendry are Broads. They  have a shared love of face-melting harmonies and murder mysteries. They bring these together in their project ‘Broads’, which delivers a new, slightly criminally-minded take on the acoustic folk duo. Their songs weave through a cast of characters riddled with self-delusion, longing, regret and paranoia. De... »

THE DUSTY MILLERS Friday 1st September @ 12.45pm

  The Dusty Millers are the combination of three very different and interesting Melbourne musicians, all with their own names and musical history. Lisa Miller gives the songs she sings a colour and a pathos that is utterly distinctive. Since the release of her debut album in 1996, Lisa Miller has received consistent and unanimous praise from reviewers across the board, and earned a place as o... »

THE SAND PEBBLES Friday 25th August @ 12.45pm

  The band who notoriously formed on the set of Neighbours return with studio album number six – Pleasure Maps. Following sold out shows with the reformed Dave Graney & the Coral Snakes, founding Sand Pebbles’ members – Andrew Tanner, Ben Michael X and Christopher Hollow – got together with Dark Magic producer, Malcolm McDowell, to try out new songs. A note left under their door persuaded... »