Saturday, September 23rd from 5 pm in The Backyard
Vandida and Glenorie RSL are once again putting on an all-killer, no-filler live music lineup featuring some amazingly talented bands!
The Lineup has been perfectly curated with some of the best artists from the hills and beyond:
(In alphabetical order)
Under 18’s must be supervised by a parent or guardian. Normal Club rules apply
Hot out of Delta Bar in Ios, Greece, Butters is back to take on Party in the Backyard. We can’t wait to have Butters closing the night with and epic DJ set, bringing you all things house and techno to sing and dance the night away.
Jack Codling, better known as Codfish, is an Australian beatboxer. He is most known for his melodic style and use of the throat bass. Codfish is the first and only Australian to make it past the elimination stage at GBB (Grand Beatbox Battle, an annual international beatboxing competition). He is also the first and only Australian to win GBB.
The battle for the fate of the universe lies in the hands of Class Clown! These four gentlemen have been through the wringer, and they are beaten and bruised but not broken. With blazing guitars, sweet harmonies and overwhelming chakra (yes, CHAKRA), the clowns are ready to deliver a live show that is equally explosive and intimate with the promise that you will walk away feeling better than when you came. Can Class Clown save us? They can certainly try, one love song at a time.
“Restrained, refined, and all the good bits of retro, Gold Thumb’s easy-going indie-soul crashes over the room like a frothy wave. Vocals you have to peel off the roof, a sax that’s absolutely necessary but yet never outstayed its welcome – that’s bloody rare, right? – and a bag of songs to soothe Satan’s own tantruming toddler… a rich delight of a set.” – Underground Stage
Hatchling blends the raw emotion of folk, the cathartic energy of blues rock and thedistinct lyrical flair of western Americana. The music is emotionally charged, often stemming from a confessional yet confrontational alter ego. While Hatchling forms deeply personal narratives in her song writing, the concepts become relatable through clever lyricism, juxtaposing strength and vulnerability to capture the feminine experience.
Taking great influence from artists such as Laura Marling, Jade Bird, Jake Bugg, Wolf Alice and Fleetwood Mac, Hatchling’s sound ranges from a delicacy in melodic tones to an often gritty drive in instrumentation. Currently putting the finishing touches on her long awaited debut Album, Hatchling is eager to bring her vibrant and heavily nuanced sound to life.