Timber and Steel Presents: Sunday 1st December at The Workers Club

Susy Blue
Image Courtesy of Susy Blue

This Sunday Melbourne based alt-folk cabaret band Susy Blue will be taking on the Timber and Steel presented matinée show at The Workers Club to launch their brand new single “Baby I’m Bored”. The song itself is already available from Susy Blue’s Unearthed page – take a listen below:

“Baby I’m Bored”

Lot’s of fun right? Joining Susy Blue this Sunday will be local folksters Anne Of The Wolves and quirk-pop singer Oh, Deanna. The day kicks off at 1:30pm with tickets just $12 on the door. For more information check out the official Facebook invite here or The Workers Club site here. The set times are below:

Oh, Deanna – 2pm
Anne Of The Wolves – 3pm
Susy Blue – 4pm

Elephant Eyes To Launch Debut EP This Sunday

Elephant Eyes
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Although the matineé show at The Worker’s Club in Melbourne this Sunday doesn’t carry the “Timber and Steel Presents” tag we’re still pretty excited by the show. Melbourne four piece Elephant Eyes will be launching their long awaited self titled EP and if you’ve had a chance to hear it you’ll know just how good these guys are.

Joining Elephant Eyes as a joint headliner will be the folk-caberet stylings of Susy Blue, who is also launching her EP, along with Mayfair Kytes, the new project from singer-songwriter Matt Kelly. Doors for the show open at 1:30pm with tickets just $12 on the door.

For more information check out the official Facebook event here. And while you’re at it why don’t you stream the new Elephant Eyes EP below:

Sydney’s New Garden Concert Venue Fitzroy Palace

Chelsea Gibson
Image Courtesy of Chelsea Gibson

Following on from their success hosting one of Matt Corby’s Secret Garden Show’s the folks at the Fitzroy Palace in Sydney’s Ashfield have decided they’re onto a good thing and made the venue a permanent fixture – Sydney’s only regular garden venue. With “giant chalkboards, delicate lighting, kilometres of bunting and old trees that envelope the performance space” The Fitzroy Palace sounds like the perfect way to spend lazy summer evening’s listening to amazing folk music under the stars.

The next show to grace the Fitzroy Palace will be the Super 8 projector Picnic on the 19th November. the night will feature old Super 8 footage projected onto a big screen while the dulcet tones of Packwood, arbori:, The Falls and Chelsea Gibson (above) entertain your ear canals. The night is but $10 and the refreshment is BYO.

To sweeten the deal the Fitzroy Palace folk are offering free tickets to the Super 8 projector Picnic graces the Excelsior in Glebe the night before (the 18th November) to see Susy Blue, arbori:, Achoo! Bless You – now that sounds like an amazing deal.

Details of the Fitzroy Palace are below. The official Facebook event for the Super 8 projector Picnic can be found here. Check out Matt Corby’s NSW tour diary for a glimpse of what to expect from the show:

Fitzroy Palace
4 Palace St, Ashfield

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