21 Oct Ripe’s Weekly Gig Guide (21/10/16)
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.
|Friday, 21st October||SOLD OUT|
Haitian-born, Montreal-raised producer Kaytranada is playing 170 Russell tonight as part of the world tour for his upcoming debut album 99.9%.
His shows are well and truly sold out, but you can find tickets to the afterparty (where his support acts Stwo and Lou Phelps will play) here.
|Friday, 21st October||Tickets on the door|
Zól Bálint is launching his new EP Lane Splitting tonight at The Gasometer Hotel.
The wonderful Nico Niquo, ORCHA and Jolivision are playing support, making for a night of v good vibes.
|Friday, 21st October||Tickets here|
Lo-fi garage band Draggs are down from the Gold Coast to play tonight at The Curtin.
Joining them from 8pm are Drunk Mums, Sewer Side, Dumb Punts, and Rhysics.
|Saturday, 22nd October||SOLD OUT|
Saturday night sees Unity Floors playing at The Old Bar in Fitzroy, with support from Jess Locke Band and Dogood.
Unity Floors are down from Sydney to launch their fantastically-titled new record, Life Admin.
|Saturday, 22nd October||~Free before 11pm~|
Power Station (at New Guernica) is hosting András (Superconscious Records/Growing Bin Records), Barry Sunset, and River Yarra this Saturday night.
You’ll pay a grand total of $0 if you make it down before 11pm, and $10 after that.