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06 Oct Ripe’s Top 5 Weekly Gig Guide (6/10/16)

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Music venues around Melbourne house some of the best local and international acts. We’ve compiled our top five picks for gigs this week so you don’t miss out. Be a part of one of the best live music cities in the world, and check out some of our favourite artists and venues.

This Week…

Friday, 7th October

Greeves @ B.EAST

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Prog rock act Greeves are playing a double set on Friday night at B.EAST in Brunswick.

Head down for a burger and beer and let the beautiful boys of Greeves take you back to the ’70s with their high energy riffs, dreamy five part harmonies and mesmerising live show.

Friday 7th October

Good Boy ‘Plum’ EP Launch

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Good Boy from Brisbane are in town on Friday night, playing at the Grace Darling with Smoke Rings and Jarrow.

After a super busy 2016 they’re currently touring in support of Plum, their second EP release of the year.

Saturday, 8th October

Crepes Album Preview

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Crepes are playing their final hometown show of 2016 on Saturday night at Bar Open, before their guitarist Sam heads overseas.

They’ll be playing a bunch of fresh material, with support from Emma Russack, Pure Moods and Environments.

Saturday, 8th October

COUTA BEATS @ Section 8

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To take full advantage of the tropical weather hitting Melbourne this weekend, head to Section 8 on Saturday for COUTA BEATS, a tropical dance party.

Edd Fisher (Wax’O Paradiso), Tom Moore (Otologic) and Ripe fav Flamingo Jones will be providing the aforementioned beats from 7pm.

Sunday, 9th October

Digging for Berry Street

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Tram Cops, Tuc, Hemm, Will Povey, Kodachrone & Back Burners are getting together to play fantastic tunes for an even better cause on Sunday at The Gaso.

All proceeds from ticket sales go towards Berry Street, who have been helping disadvantaged children, young people and families for over 100 years. If you can’t make it you can head here to donate and help the legends at Berry Street provide safe homes, education and trauma support for the most vulnerable members of our community.




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