Five gigs well worth checking out this week

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Five gigs well worth checking out this week


Yolanda Ingley II and The Memories & Band at Fireflies

What better what to spend your Sunday than at a wine bar, soaking up live tunes? Yolanda Ingley II and The Memories will squash any Sunday blues with their fusion of jazz, funk and soul. With the outfit’s latest album Woman Got To Cry released late last month, you can expect to hear some new material. Catch them on Sunday November 4 at Fireflies. Free entry. 

Live Music Sundays at Barton Fink 

Barton Fink have rad live music sessions every Sunday, so why not head along and see who’s playing? You might end up finding your new favourite band. There’ll be tunes between 4pm and 7pm on Sunday November 4, plus plenty of options to quench your thirst and free entry. Need we say more? 

Brothers Public House 

Singer Pat McKernan will add a little sparkle to your Saturday night with a whole slab of Irish tunes. Grab yourself a Guinness and settle in for some hearty singing and a whole lot of fun. Catch him from 9pm at Brothers Public House on Saturday November 3. Free entry.

Mojo Pin at Bombay Rock

Local hard rock act Mojo Pin are geared to launch their brand new EP Changa Sanga at Bombay Rock this Saturday November 3. With Deathbeat, Wax Jax and the Midnight Snax, Wet Love, Ruse / Ruse / Ruse and Pounce coming along as support, this is shaping to be a mighty fine gig. It’s all set to kick off at 6pm and entry is free.

Tidal Rave at Yarra Hotel

Wellington garage surf outfit Tidal Rave are hitting Melbourne for the first time and they’re bringing their new single ‘FOMO’ along for the ride. They’ll be joined by Lost Talk, Overtime and Alphington when they hit Yarra Hotel on Saturday November 3. Entry will cost you a tenner on the door.