Kirin J Callinan @ Paradise Music Festival 2014

02 Feb Ripe’s Weekend Gig Guide (2/2/17)

Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska

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, 3rd February

Taurus Sun – Aries Moon

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The boys from Lossless (HTML Flowers and Oscar Key Sung) with help from Wondercore Island are putting on ‘Taurus Sun – Aries Moon‘ at The Evelyn on Friday night.

They’ll be playing a live set on the night as well as a DJ set from OKS and support from CORIN and Noah Slee.

Friday, 3rd February

I’m Listening Presents: Ossicles

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Also on Friday night there’s a party upstairs at The Gasometer Hotel, hosted by I’m Listening, a group of music-sharing pals.

Playing tunes on the night are Miranda Warning, Blue Matriel, Stalks, and Olly & Toadfish (Jeep Sessions), all for $5 before midnight or $10 thereafter.

Saturday, 4th February


Tickets Here


The third instalment of WETFEST is on this Saturday at The Tote, and Wet Lips have put together another incredibly stacked line-up.

Head down to see sets from the likes of Lucy Cliche, Simona Castricum, Two Steps on the Water, RVG, Chelsea Bleach and many more.

Saturday, 4th February


~Free entry~


Section 8 is hosting another Couta Beats this Saturday night, for some solid afro-international dancefloor tunes to match the sweltering weather.

Playing on the night are Pjenné + Millú, Flamingo Jones and Dancing Tonight for the low low price of free entry and good vibes.

Saturday, 4th February

Good Island

Tickets here


The pals at Good Manners are teaming up with Wondercore Island to put on the inaugural Good Island festival across four stages at The Curtin and Bella Union on Saturday.

The full lineup is incredible and definitely worth checking out, including Buoy, Corin, Lossless, Martin King, and Nai Palm as well as many more artists showcasing works across a variety of different platforms.




Georgia Hamilton-Myers

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