Memo Music Hall

Posted 27 Apr 2017 @ 11:42am

Not content with a special slot at Splendour In The Grass, Julien Baker has locked in a pair of Melbourne sideshows.


This will be Baker's second trip to Australia and follows her widely successful 2016 Sprained Ankle national tour. During the latter part of last year, Baker sold out dates in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and took to the stage at Mullum, Queenscliff and...

Posted 27 Apr 2017 @ 9:24am

Eclectic trio HIVE Park have been hard at work on their debut album things we should have said… and are now ready to share the fruits of their labour with the world.


All three members of HIVE Park are long-time residents of Melbourne, and the differences of their experience all contribute to the band's unique style.


Their distinct sound is known for...

Posted 20 Apr 2017 @ 2:47pm

Bic Runga has forged an impressive career after bursting onto the charts in 1997 and now she's touching down in Melbourne for a special show.


Sway rekindles all the nostalgic feels of the '90s and rose a burgeoning New Zealand songstress to fame. After taking time away from music, Runga is back and brings news that she's working on a new LP set to be released later this year....

Posted 27 Feb 2017 @ 10:19pm

As he places the finishing touches on his fourth studio album, Dan Sultan will take off on a quick tour around the country.


The journey will take him to some of Australia’s most eclectic music venues – the perfect road-test for his much-anticipated forthcoming album.


His most recent single Magnetic is sure to form part of the setlist alongside old classics Under...

Posted 15 Feb 2017 @ 1:59pm


Are you excited to get back on the road with the band? As I live overseas, getting back on the road with the band is always an event for me. We love doing this, it’s like breathing for us.
You’re back from Italy, what were you working on there? Living in Italy is great, I have lived for nearly 24 years in London and it was getting way too stupidly expensive. Our children...

Posted 15 Dec 2016 @ 4:26pm

It's been 30 years since James Reyne's praised debut, his first departure from band Australian Crawl.


Since then, Reyne has had a solid solo career but with the anniversary of his debut album just around the corner, the singer/songwriter will celebrate the date with an exclusive show.
Not only will he play fan favourites from the album in concert, his self-titled...

Posted 30 Nov 2016 @ 1:12pm


What is the show about?  We're doing a very broad history of Australian rock’n’roll. Playing more than 30 hits, dancing and having a ball. From the ‘50s to the present, each era is brought to life with unforgettable songs, amazing dances and the unmistakable fashions of the time, making this show one that will have you singing, reminiscing and dancing in the aisles.

Posted 25 Nov 2016 @ 4:30pm

Canadian bluesman Matt Andersen has one of those profoundly powerful voices that emerge every now and again to shake the foundations of your home and captivate your ears.


He won Australian fans performing alongside Jeff Lang and Mia Dyson at the 2014/15 Woodford Folk Festival, and now, for those who missed his last two-month wander through the country, you have the chance to...

Posted 27 Oct 2016 @ 10:44am

Independent musician, multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist Mat McHugh is coming our way on his 'High Up! Summer Tour'.


The tour will see McHugh perform in his current two-piece format of vocals, guitar and electronics alongside long-time friend and live collaborator David Briceno, centring around his three critically acclaimed solo albums - WAVES, Love Come Save Me and...

Posted 10 Aug 2016 @ 1:03pm


Hey Trace. How’d you acquire the pseudonym ‘Acoustic Ninja’? 
The name came from the fans, who seeing the dexterity, subtly and versatility with which I play.
You’ll be hitting up Memo Music Hall. Can you give us a little tease as to what material you’ll be performing?
Joy and Sorrow is one of my favourite pieces. It incorporates two guitars tuned in two...


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