303 Gig Guide
May 14

303 Gig Guide

Friday 21st April – ‘reggae’

IRIE + Dj Verse@ille

8pm, free entry




Saturday 22nd April – ‘dj’s, live electronica’

Geotech Underground Techno

8pm, free entry



Sunday 23rd April – ‘jazz, rock’

Clunk Orchestra

3:30pm, free

ISLA KA + The Flying So High-O's + Dog Cuntz + Erin Watkins

7pm, $5



Monday 24th April – ‘rock, jazz’

Melbourne Polytechnic Music

7pm, free


Tuesday 25th April – ‘comedy‘

Smiling Politely Comedy

7:30pm, donation



Wednesday 26th April – ‘jazz’

Bohjass + Lo Res

8pm, donation



Thursday 27th April – ‘soul, funk’

Kickin the B at 303’
Thursday Hammond Sessions:

The Po Boys+ Miles Henry Trio

8pm doors, $10



Friday 28th April – ‘art rock’

Dougal & The Sunken Sea + Ioda Rosa

8pm, $10



Saturday 29th April – ‘folk punk’

Luke Seymoup + The Cooks + Gavin Styles + Jack Robson

8pm, Free entry



Sunday 30th April – ‘rock’

Dana Crowe

7:30pm, Free entry



Monday 1st May – ‘funk, soul, jazz’

303 Yarra Banks Jam Night

8pm, free



Tuesday 2nd May – ‘melbourne ukelele kollective‘

Klub MUK

7:30pm, free



Wednesday 3rd May – ‘jazz’

Ronny Ferella’s Fight Club

8:30pm, donation


Thursday 4th May – ‘blues, soul jazz’

Kickin the B at 303’
Thursday Hammond Sessions:

Paul Williamson’s Hammond Combo

8pm doors, $10


Friday 5th May – ‘rock, pop’

Sansonas + Bitterfruit + Dr Sinha’s Jazz Labotomy


8:00 pm20:00

The Po Boys + Miles Henry Trio :Hammond Session

Double header with The Po Boys and Miles Henry Trio


This is the rhythm section of local soul legends- Fulton Street. Get your stank faces on because they jam pretty hard.

Doors @ 8pm, only $10 entry, and music from 9-11pm. Git you self down for some funky hammond grooves!

The Po’ Boys are a collection of noise makers who have come together as a result of their mutual love for classic soul rhythm sections from the 60’s and 70’s. Drawing inspiration from bands such as The JB’s, The MG’s, The Meters and more contemporary bands such as The New Mastersounds and Vulfpeck, The Po’ Boys have profoundly explored the term ‘groove.’
Featuring special guests Rob Simone and Lauren Brydie.

The Miles Henry Trio pulls out the tonewheel grease from deep in the pocket to bring you their original grooves, and pay homage to the likes of Brother Jack McDuff, Milt Buckner and Steve Jordan. Featuring Quentin Roth on Hammond, Miles Henry on the drum kit, and Angus Radley on bass, the trio returns to 303 for this sermon of the holy boogaloo. Special guest to be announced.


8:00 pm20:00

Dougal & The Sunken Sea and Ioda Rosa

Cruise down High Street and be whisked into the warm embrace of some perfectly moody tunes oozing out of the glorious doors of 303...

Ioda Rosa are still soaring off the back of their debut album "Ferris Wheel" released in August last year. They've got a huge catalog of new material to play; come and listen to their dark, swooning, rumbling post rock textures and be immersed in their emotional storytelling and dry humour.

Dougal & The Sunken Sea are going to be blasting some new art rock anthems - Come for the polyrhythms, stay for the feelings!
Witness our crunchy harmonic material and bonkers rhythms as Dougal wails about anxiety and the fragility of youth and grumbles about politics and existentialism.
We released a two track EP last year and we're ready to start trialling some new tunes in preparation for another release.
You'll hear some oldies, some goodies and some rearranged solo tunes, as well as some new bangers that you can bounce along to!

Tickets are $10 at the door.


Yarra Banks 303 Jam
8:00 pm20:00

Yarra Banks 303 Jam

The Yarra Banks Jam is back on for the first and third Monday of every month, featuring the inimitable face melter Raleigh Williams on vocals, plus our totally pimped out house band of salty Melbourne sea dogs [not actually salty, or sea dogs...a little bit salty maybe]. Bring your horn, guitar, sticks or whatever else you can make noise with down to Bar 303 on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, and scratch that soul, blues, jazz and funk itch you know you have, before it turns into a rash.

Jamming starts 8:15pm.

free entry


Klub M.U.K
7:00 pm19:00

Klub M.U.K

Let There Be Uke!

Klub MUK is an Open Uke Stage the first Tuesday of each month at 303. All ukers welcome to get up and do their thang. Come early if you want to get your name on the list!

7:00pm, Free.

The Melbourne Ukulele Kollective, M.U.K., is an open-armed gaggle of ukers of all ages and persuasions, each equipped with only four strings and the truth! With small egos and big dreams, they're on a crusade to bring the greatest glory to the humblest of instruments and put music back into the hands and hearts of the people.



The first ukulele group in Australia, the Melbourne Ukulele Kollective is still boldly going where no ukuleles have gone before. The “muk” is open to all who wish to join her, regardless of experience, and they delight in crossing borders, smashing boundaries and raising the humble ukulele to new heights! They perform in Art and Music Festivals, pubs, race courses, parks, theatres, schools and on the streets. In 2004 they proclaimed that the Ukulele Revolution had arrived. They now proclaim its glorious victory!


8:00 pm20:00

Sansonus + Bitterfruitt + Dr. Sinha's Jazz Lobotomy

Sansonus are an ex-VHS rental store turned high energy drunken pop act. Once described as "80s heartthrob music with rabies" the band teeter on the edge of accessible danceable pop with a pinch of psychedelic fear.

Also playing are: 

Bitterfruitt. Unique 5 piece alternative project with delicious grooves and rich female vocals. 

As well as :

Dr. Sinha's Jazz Lobotomy. 


7:00 pm19:00


IN MY SKIN, a 2002 French body-horror film

The feature will commence at 7:30pm but please arrive early to imbibe, and procur good seats.
A gold coin donation will garner you entry.

CineCult303 is a not-for-profit film night dedicated to keeping the weird alive. Gold coin donation for entry. All proceeds will be donated to local arts organisations to keep the weird growing.



7:30 pm19:30

Peanut Noir Comedy

Peanut Noir welcomes you to Northcote’s legendary Bar 303 for the very first ALT-COM-CHUCKLE-BOMB of the year...

Grab a drink, take a seat and enjoy some of Melbourne’s most restless comedic talent bringing you their weirdest and most wonderful work!


Your host for the evening is Alex Chilton

This month’s stellar cast includes:

Natalie Harris
Sharnema Nougar
David Tieck
Rob Caruana
Rose Bishop
Winston Macadamia-Smith
and MORE!

7:30 pm19:30

Totally Gourdgeous

Don't miss this rare Melbourne appearance of Totally Gourdgeous.

Thursday May 18, 7:30pm.

They'll be trying out a bunch of exciting new material from their album-in-the-making, "Gourd in the Act".

Formed in 1998, Australian band Totally Gourdgeous is four singer/songwriter/musicians united under gourd. Indeed, playing instruments made from woody cucurbits, they make a manic, organic, folk/funk philosophy to feed your wildest pumpkin longings. Penelope Swales (guitar), Carl Pannuzzo (drums), Mal Webb (bass/mbira) and Andrew Clermont (violin/mandolin/guitar). Songs by themselves and a few dear friends. Imagine Joni Mitchell and James Brown getting down in Bob Marley's pumpkin patch via the Muppets. Infectious eclectic beauty in the gourdiest of costumes. All the instruments are made by Penelope under the guidance of world renowned luthier, Jack Spira.


7:00 pm19:00


A free night of cabaret, music, poetry, performance art, film, comedy and more! Tonight's theme: Angels, Devils and other mythical creatures. Prizes for the best dressed mythical creature!

Tonight's supernatural feast includes:

*our favourite little devil, Tim Train

*the astonishing shapeshifter Brendan Bonsack

*seraphic songs and demonic ditties from...
The Citizens Band (Sjaak de Jong, Graham Twist, Bernadette Brogan, Anna Fern)

and more!

Entry is FREE to all who come colourfully attired, $5 for anyone wearing black.

7:30 pm19:30

Bollard + Gostwyck + Georgia Smith Band

"The more they play, the angrier they get!"

Local acts Bollard and Georgia Smith team up with Sydney band Gostwyck for the Melbourne leg of their single tour. Come down to 303 for a night of musical activity, have a couple of drinks on us and dance til ya can't dance no more.

$5 entry


Check out the bands here:


After the success of their debut EP ‘It’s All A Dream’ and tour which featured sold out headline shows in Sydney, Wollongong and Canberra, Sydney’s up and coming alt-rock six-piece Gostwyck are back, and set to celebrate the upcoming release their new single 'Riverstone' on The Riverstone Tour.

The tune signals a new direction for the band, drawing on strong 80’s New Wave influences channeling the arena sounds of Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Springsteen and The Cure while holding steadfast to the ambient aesthetic reminiscent of The War on Drugs and Gang of Youths. Having spent the last six months refining their recorded and live sound with accomplished producer Lewis Mitchell (The Parliament Studios), Gostwyck are back with their punchy and mesmerising live show, embarking on The Riverstone Tour this April, May and June!


"The more they play, the angrier they get!" - Jack Anstey

"Bollard are definitely the kind of guys that would wear sunglasses indoors." - Barman Geoff

Co-Headlining with Gostwyck on the Melbourne leg of their Riverstone Tour are local newcomers Bollard. Expect fuzzy guitars and driving rhythms influenced by bands like Dinosaur Jr., The Drones & Gang of Four, and lyrics that vascillate between philosophical musing and modern Australian storytelling.

9:00 pm21:00

West African Drum & Dance Party

Our colourful show will portray West African culture through rhythms, songs, and movement incorporating African dance and drumming at its best with Aboriginal didgeridoo. Come and see our high energy blend of West African and Aboriginal culture . An original performance, not seen anywhere else.

The evening will include:

Mic Neda

Azonto Mix (DJ Marrs and DJ Vyruz

Shabba/Dancer (Ghana

Kofi Kunkpe/Drummer (Ghana

Julius Bright Sackey/Dancer (Ghana

Nii Kpakpo Addo/Dancer (Ghana

Mohamed Camra ( Guinea

Doors Open at 8:00PM

Entry fee $20


8:00 pm20:00

Buttered Loaf

Sam Cope - Hammond C3
Selwyn Cozens - Drums
Gideon Cozens - Guitar
Joe Greenway - Sax
Yuri Pavlinov - Bass

Buttered Loaf are Melbourne's rough 'n' ready gurus of gritty funk and reggae-laden roots, rock and soul music. Moonlighting as half of the legendary supergroup FRANKENSTEIN, they are Melbourne's most prolifically unproductive band and are proud of it!

8pm, $10

Wendy Rule
8:00 pm20:00

Wendy Rule

WENDY RULE - Melbourne Concert

Tickets $20 / $15 at the door
Doors Open 8pm, show starts 8.30

Tickets are $20 or $15 for low income, and are available at the door on the night. Doors will open 8pm, and show starts at 8.30, but feel free to come early for pre show drink in the front bar. Allow plenty of time to find a car park on this busy street, or better yet, catch the 86 tram that stops right outside.


Wild, passionate and empowering, Australian Visionary Songstress Wendy Rule, weaves together music, story and ritual to take her audience on an otherworldly journey of depth and passion. Drawing on her deep love of Nature and lifelong fascination with the worlds of mythology and Magic, Wendy’s songs combine irresistible melodies with rich aural textures and a rare personal honesty to create spiritual music.

Dark, sensual, sonic theatre…compelling stuff.
Rolling Stone Australia

Darebin Songwriters Guild
3:30 pm15:30

Darebin Songwriters Guild

Yes!  The Guild is here at last!  The days of kicking back and playing the guitar ( or ukulele, piano accordion, mouth organ or whatever else tickles your fancy ) on the beach are still upon us but you can take time out of your endless Summer to come hear the latest offerings of our local talent.

Appearing at the Guild for the first Session of the year will be:
Eddie Ink

Derek Atkinson

Reid Stevens

Cameron Twomey

John Wignell

Phil Hudson

Greg Leon

Bob Hutchison

Mats Bjorklund

Bernard de la Coeur

Hosted as always by Fiona Claire and Dean Lombard, with all the hospitality of Bar 303,  we welcome everyone to the DSG for music and friendship.

Bring your tribe and we'll see you there!



For more information about the Guild, see our website or Facebook page

Members of the Guild take turns playing three-song sets of their original material. Sessions happen monthly on Sunday afternoons at 303, from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. Email sessions@darebinsongwritersguild.org to book a spot.


8:30 pm20:30

Julien Wilson 'B for Chicken' Quartet


For the last two decades Julien has been an exciting and integral member of the Australian Jazz Scene. His tenor saxophone style can cover an incredibly broad stylistic and emotional range and is featured on over 60 CD's. He has received a number of prestigious awards, both personally, and as an integral member of a variety of critically acclaimed co-operative bands. In 2013 he formed Lionsharecords to release and distribute his own recordings. His work with the label was recognised by the 2015 APRA Art Music Award for EXCELLENCE IN JAZZ.




Bohjass + Lo-Res
8:00 pm20:00

Bohjass + Lo-Res

Bohjass + Lo-Res

8pm, donation entry


bohjass are...

ali watts electric bass
belinda woods flutes
micka power gtr
oscar francais pino noir
luigi cuban missile portararo on oh oh conga (who remembers "the banana splits"?)
harry renaldo on persuasive percusso rain
daniela bratwurst the third on battery inspired dream

chewy lewis in chicken tray, assorted globules of thought and misrceant

and lastly, mostly leastly but never leslie

the ingratiable uncle e on woodwind macabre

Bohjass is Tim Pledger's longest running band. Bohjass began in 1986 as a trio called Bohemian Jazz. Over the years Bohjass has played in many locations including a long standing residency at the Glengarry Castle Hotel in Redfern Sydney and many country NSW tours. After moving to Melbourne in early 1993 with his band Sufi Dervish, Tim reformed Bohjass after teaming up with musicians at NMIT in Collingwood in 1994. In 1995 Tim entered VCA under the direction of the legendary Brian Brown and met up with like minded improvisors including Belinda Woods, John O'Hagan, Will Guthrie, Cam Macallister, Will Poskitt and many others. In 1997 Bohjass won the VCA Atheneum Award as best Ensemble in the Improvisation stream. Bohjass has played in many venues over the years including the Sydney Opera House and  Bennetts Lane Jazz Club and has appeared at many festivals including Folk Rhythm and Life, quite a few Fringe festivals, Jazz Fringe festivals, The Quiet Music Festival, many High Vibes Festivals on High St Northcote and most recently at the Falls Festival at Lorne.


7:00 pm19:00

ISLA KA + The Flying So High-Os + DOG CUNTZ + Erin Watkins

***Pot Chuckas present***

Erin Watkins -
beaut songs by a beaut gal whom we love!

badass songs by badass dudes Raph & Sam who are putting out a debut LP soon through their label, Only Once Records!

me singing songs about being heartbroken and the world's injustices but mostly just about being heartbroken, with Dave on double bass!

The Flying So High-Os -
hard folk big dogs and one of my favourite bands to grace the earth with killer melodies and a trumpet, yee!

Doors at 7 thirt for 5 $

4:00 pm16:00

Clunk Orchestra

jazz meets rock

4pm -6pm, free entry


Ron Anderson - Alto , Tenor , Soprano saxophones and Flute

Mike Hirsh - Drums

Ben Harmsen - Bass

Geoff Spooner - Guitar

8:00 pm20:00

IRIE + Dj Verse@ille

Free Entry

Irie is arguably the longest running original reggae act in Melbourne. Originally a 8-12 piece outfit, last year Irie went through a major revamp. Inspired by the constant re-inventing of Reggae and using the latest music technology, they operate as a tight and heavy 4 piece.

Queen Charmaine melodies weave through wicked grooves, drum and bass courtesy of Ranji Dread, sweetened up with Sax and Guitar by Ron and Brett. Add percussion to taste.



7:30 pm19:30

Kid Dingo + The Mamas + Senivoda

Kid Dingo - The Mamas - Ola Milena (Senivoda)

Perth based rapper-songwriter Kid Dingo presents a bombastic brand of pop music, with roots deep in multiple music traditions and fresh AF raps. Having recently released his EP 'Wild', Kid Dingo makes his Melbourne debut with a live band. This is a musical slap to the face you didn't know you needed.

Keeping it soulful, Kid Dingo is joined by local superstars The Mamas: RnB, Soul, Funk and sweet 90's hiphop vibes from four of the sassiest vocalists you'll ever meet.

Opening the night, songstress Ola Milena is gracing us with a stripped back solo performance: A mix of soul, jazz, polish mountain folk and psychedelic rock. Songs of love and silliness. A Melbourne based dreamy waterfall.


Doors at 7:30

Ben Carr Trio + Tripataka
8:00 pm20:00

Ben Carr Trio + Tripataka


Ben Carr - Saxophone

Tom Lee - Contra Bass

Phil Collings - Drums

+ Tripataka featuring Adrian Sherriff, Jonathan Dimond, Adam King

The Ben Carr Trio are a modern jazz outfit, exploring a diverse musical world through composition and improvisation. The instrumentation of Tenor Saxophone, Contra Bass and Drum Kit, combine to create flowing lyrical balladry, hard swinging traditional jazz arrangements, the indomitable multi layered polyrhythm brew, and the unexplained.



7:30 pm19:30

an evening of sensory wonderment

Following on from four exploratory releases in the early months of 2017; ezekielthomas now prepares to launch his solo project into the cosmos just in time for the Easter Weekend. In the veins of William Basinski, SONOIO and Assembler/Responder; ezekielthomas will bring his subtle, deliberate sounds to life on the stage of Bar 303.

With the help of long standing Melbourne sonic exploiters Gearóid Brinn, Daffodil 11 Day Interval and Shane Van Den Akker; the night is set to showcase the broad sonic palette each artist brings in a collaborative sensory experience that will make the night an absolutely umissable event!

8:00 pm20:00

Bohjass + Slipper

Donation entry. Cd's available at the door for $20.

'Thousand Footsteps' is expansive and broad, whereas 'Invisible Desert', recorded on the same day was more personal and intimate. 'Thousand Footsteps' is an allegory of change in a world of complacent discontent; a world where the future is unseen, unknown and extremely fragile.
The band once again shine in an atmosphere of musical alliance that portrays a beautiful yet simple comittment to wholistic music making.

Timothy Mark Pledger - Saxophones and Guitar
Alastair Watts - Bass Mick Power - Guitar,
Belinda Woods - Flutes Oscar France - Keyboard
Chris Lewis - Percussion Luigi Portararo - Percussion
Daniel Brates - Drums Harry Shaw Reynolds - Drums

Bohjass explore an aural terrain that celebrates European cinematic landscapes whilst traversing a cascading free jazz spirit.

Tim Pledger ~ sax
Belinda Woods ~ flute
Mick Power ~ guitar
Oscar France ~ keyboard/synth
Ali Watts ~ Bass
Daniel Brates ~ Drum kit
Harry Shaw-Reynolds ~ Drum kit
Chris Lewis ~ Percussion
Luigi Portararo ~ Percussion


8:00 pm20:00

Roman Tucker (Rocket Science) & Checkout + Matty Whittle

 Roman Tucker (Rocket Science) and Matty Whittle (God) perform for free at Bar 303,High Street Northcote.

Matty will play his debut solo set, with special guest appearance from Rachel Lendvay (BABY 8). Roman Tucker summons Micky Gino Zocchi (Acts Revelations) and James Baldwin (The New Pollution) in their new incarnation 'Checkout'.

Both Roman Tucker & Checkout and Matty Whittle will perform works old and new spanning three decades of discontent and estrangement.

Come bare witness, in an intimate setting off the street and in the window! Wine, Hammond, Leslie and guitars. Great stuff.

And all this is for FREE!!

8pm, free entry



8:00 pm20:00

Hammond night: The Artie styles Quartet

The Thursday Hammond Sessions - Kickin The B at 303 are presented on the first and last Thursdays of each month The Leslie will be spinning and the tone wheels in the mighty vintage B3 style Hammond Organ will be grinding .

The Artie styles Quartet: Serving up a tasting platter of jazz, soul, funk and RnB with a side of fiery improvisation.

8pm doors, $10


7:00 pm19:00

Mal Webb & Kylie Morrigan

7pm, free entry/paid exit (donation)

Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan

Vocal adventurer, multi-instrumentalist and looping beatboxing songwriter Mal sings his brain provoking songs using all sorts of vocal techniques, guitar, mbira, slide trumpet, trombone, chromatic harmonica and a loop recording pedal called Derek. And Kylie (who's played with Orchestra Victoria and the likes of Stevie Wonder and Barry White!) provides violin and voice in a perfect balance to Mal's nutsness. Their arrangements are intricate and playful. Imagine Einstein, Dr Seuss and Paganini making pancakes.

Around the world and into your brain, vocal adventurer, multi-instrumentalist and looping beatboxing songwriter Mal Webb sings his songs about all manner of stuff. He's like Bobby McFerrin, Aphex Twin and Cole Porter playing scrabble. Ebulliently eclectic. Nefariously varied. Family fun free from facile frippery. "You're a freak!"-Ani DiFranco


7:00 pm19:00

Subversive Breaks Launch Party

compilation cd launch over 2 rooms. Breakcore down the back, drum and bass down the front.


Mandrax, Doc Ross, Zero1, Shadow Play


Unsoundbwoy, Binliner, Maladroit, Earnest Raw, Hymen Huntress

The compilation is called "the Dungeon of Subversive Breaks" with a staggering 21 all-Australian breakcore tracks.

$5 entry and early birds get a free cd

more tba so stay tuned.

Superb across several genres, mixing gabba and jungle in remarkable party sets.

Razor sharp breaks with a serving of the profane and absurd.

Veteran oldschool satirical mayhem.

Earnest Raw:
Known for relentless upbeat dancefloor obliteration.

Doc Ross
Local beats maniac.

Renowned promoter/ performer/ trainwreck.

London born, Melbourne based, stylish as fuck, D&B selector.

Shadow Play
Tech style D&B deck fiddler/ wax shuffler.

8:00 pm20:00

Justin Yap Band - Hammond night

With their first album 'Long Way From Home' debuting at No. 3 on the Australian Blues Charts, the Justin Yap Band plays a potent blend of Deep Blues, Sanctified Soul, and Down-Home Funk. Led by guitarist Justin Yap, the band delivers electrifying and dynamic performances, bringing out their chemistry and energy in full force at every show.

Justin Yap - Guitar
Nardia Brancatisano - Vocals
Ollie Rolfe - Keys
Ben Wicks - Bass Guitar
Cameron Smith - Drums


4:00 pm16:00

Great Aunt + Gareth Leach

Join us for a Sunday evening of souful alt folk & country

Great Aunt is a folk/Americana duo that plays music from an older world – at times elegiac, at others, joyous. Featuring the talents of Megan Bird (guitar, banjolin, vocals) and Chelsea Allen (double bass, percussion, vocals), Great Aunt will - in the best traditions of roots, blues, gospel, and folk music - make you wanna stomp, clap, and shout to the sky.

Gareth Leach has burst onto the Australian Country scene with his debut EP. It’s modern country at its finest. Don’t be late on this one… Get around him! John Nutting – Australian Country Radio. 2016 saw Gareth turning his focus to recording his debut country rock record. With a DIY attitude and never wavering drive to succeed ­ the results speak for themselves. Written, recorded and performed by Gareth, his forthcoming debut EP “Settle Like Stones”; is the real deal. This is what modern country rock is all about. 

Gareth Leach @ 4pm
Great Aunt @ 5pm
$5 Entry


7:30 pm19:30

The Monotremes + Great Rack


The Monotremes -

  • Zappa-esque multigenre. Progressive jazzpunk. Industrial cartoon

  • Adam Cook - Keys/vox
    Curtis Reardon - Guitar
    Josh Kelly - Saxes / clarinet
    George Worthy - Electric clarinet / bassoon
    Josh Holt / Jordan Tarento - bass
    Jonathan Griffiths - Drums/perc/samples

  • www.facebook.com/TheMonotremes

Great rack and an empty club reverb join The Monotremes for their first show of 2017.

The Monotremes are getting geared up for their feature shows taking place at The Town 2017, and in the interest of safety, want to run a couple of things by you all.

It is, we suspect, going to be good. The Monotremes have a bunch of old things you like and new things, Great rack are really rather fascinating, there will be beers.

Great rack and an empty club reverb

Great rack and an empty club reverb meet at the intersection of live acoustic instruments within the contained space of sound processing. Emily Bennett augments the banal, meaningful and meaningless voice beyond its social construct, unveiling a parallel world on her Korg signal processing rack. Joining her are enigmatic Maria Moles on drums and percussion and Adam Halliwell on guitar and synths, who together, negotiate a chaotic binary lens.

The Monotremes

Attempted descriptions of the The Monotremes' sound include 'jazzpunk' and 'industrial cartoon'. Influenced in equal parts by J.S. Bach, Maurice Ravel, Thelonious Monk, Frank Zappa, Beck, and the gorillaz, the musical style of the band is just like a monotreme - bizarre in appearance, yet strangely functional.

With a line-up of weird people - Adam Cook on keyboards/vocals, Ed Farrar on trumpet, George Worthy on electric clarinet/bassoon, Spencer Nelson on trombone, Curtis Reardon and Paul Burke on guitars, Josh Holt on bass and Jonathan Griffiths on drums/percussion/samples - The Monotremes cover everything from baroque polyphony to drum and bass, psychedelic soundscape to Disney reggae, smooth jazz to funk, all in the same song. It's different.

See you there,
Great rack and The Monotremes

7:30 pm19:30

AZTX + + Sunnyside + KODA

Melbourne 3-piece AZTX is back and playing their first show in a year at Bar 303 in Northcote, Melbourne.

Joined by newly formed band 'Palo Alto' and soulstress Monique Araujo, AZTX is sure to get you on your feet! Come down and support the return of fun.

$5 on the door will get you a night of joy


7:00 pm19:00

Terrasur + Liana Pearl & Perolas

TERRASUR, Latin folk/ World music Melbourne based band, born in 2014.

The band is composed by:

Karina Lehman (voice, guitar)
Vanessa Estrada (voice, percussion and charango)
Michelle Bestrin (guitar, bass, flute and Andean winds)
Julian Guzman (Percussion)
Michael O'Connor (Flute)

The band aims to share the Latin American music, culture and tradition, exploring rhythms and textures from the South American continent.

During the past and current year Terrasur has played in different festivals, events and venues around Victoria, such as as The Multicultural Express, The International Street Food Festival, Melbourne Summer Latin festival, Chliean Latin American September Festival, among many others.
Terrasur released their first Single "La misma piel" on September 2016 at The B.East, from their debut self titled EP released in October 2016.

The EP includes 4 original songs and 1 cover from Victor Jara.

Terrasur includes traditional instruments from the Indigenous cultures of the Andes Region such as: Charango, Qena, Zampoña (commonly known as Pan flute) and Bombo Legüero as well as universal instruments like the nylon stringed Guitar, Bass, Bongoes, Cajon, all these blended with rich and elaborated Vocal harmonies by two lead female singers.
Terrasur takes you to a journey through South America, a suite of songs that capture a full repertoire of pleasant rhythms, melodies and emotions that talk about the happiness of simple things such as singing and travelling, the nostalgic feeling of missing the land you come from, also about respect and how we can all live in harmony in a multicultural society.



Pérolas is an eclectic trio comprising a rare combination of instruments by:

Liana Pearl (Harp & Vocals)
Jag Singh (Indian Tabla & Trumpet)
Fabian Aravales (Acoustic guitar & Electronics soundscapes)

Pérolas, meaning Pearls in Portuguese, are rare gemstones occurring spontaneously in the wild. Their music seeks to enliven a consciousness of beauty within the listener, seeking to empower a connection between the audience and the beauty within the natural environment.
Each of the Pérolas bring a strong sense of their cultural heritage to their music; infusing Indian, European Latin American rhythms, melodies and scales, whilst maintaining a truly Australia identity.

Their music encourages participation from the audience, allowing for listeners to develop their sense of community and conscious connection.


7pm, $10

8:00 pm20:00

Spiral Dance + KC Guy

Join us for a night of myth, music and magic, proudly hosted by the Pagan Collective of Victoria.

Icons of Australian Pagan music, Spiral Dance and KC Guy will be playing their only Melbourne show on the 18th of March. Be sure to get in quick - tickets are selling fast.

Tickets: $25 Full and $20 consession - please click on the ticket link to purchase.




8:00 pm20:00

Eaglemont + Special guests

After spending 2016 graduating from university and playing acoustic shows around melbourne, captivating singer-songwriter Eaglemont will launch her debut EP "All I Think About Is Everything" in an exclusive show at Bar 303.

Produced, engineered and mixed by David Carr at Rangemaster Studio, "All I Think About Is Everything" is a record delving in to the relatable experiences of Eaglemont, as well as the exhilaration and heartbreak that accompanies being alive.

For the first time, Eaglemont will accompanied by her band to perform songs from "All I Think About Is Everything," with special guests, up and coming Melbourne singer-songwriter Angie McMahon and haunting indie/soul vocalist Rya Park

Expected to be a memorable and unmissable evening, "All I Think About Is Everything" is out March 1st.

$10 online
$12 at the door


8:30 pm20:30


New Band! First Gig!

Pls join us as for a fun night of Blues, Jazz and Fngn at Bar 303.

James Bowers (Hammond Organ)
Louis King (Guitar + Vocals (?))
Arron Light (Drrrrummss)

Doors at 8ish, 5 bucks entry!

7:00 pm19:00

Nick Cunningham

With an album due to be released and a huge 2017 ahead Nick Cunningham returns to Melbourne to give you a glimpse of what's to come as well as perfroming songs from his debut EP "Letters". Opening the night will be Fraser Telfer who is also set to release music in 2017.

Nick is a South Australian singer/songwriter based in the musical mecca of Byron Bay in northern NSW. Over the past two years has performed twice at Splendour in the grass as well as winning the Byron bay raw artist “Musician Of The Year” for his performances throughout 2014. He writes of heartfelt stories and captivates listeners with his hypnotic melodies and soothing vocals.

Fraser Telfer is a singer songwriter from Geelong Victoria.

$25 Tix: