The Push Inc & Arts Centre Melbourne present
Liam Mackay Music
The Push Inc is super excited to announce the third installment of New Slang, a series of monthly all-ages gigs held at The Channel in collaboration with Arts Centre Melbourne.
For our third outing, New Slang presents four incredible singer-songwriters.
Tyne-James Organ is trekkin’ down from the Northern Beaches to play an intimate all ages show for us. Whenever he picks up his guitar — whether it be solo or with frequent collaborator Allday — it’s something special. Tyne-James sold out his last Melbourne all-ages show, so get down early to make sure you get in!
Check out his music: www.youtube.com/user/tynejamesorgan
18-year-old Sandy Hsu writes songs about suburban blues and strange youth. She may be young, but you wouldn’t know it; Sandy has a firm grasp on all aspects of her performance, from visuals to her stage presence, that many older artists don’t have.
Check out her EP ‘Suburbia’: www.sandyhsu.bandcamp.com
Claudia Marmilic is a young singer-songwriter from Melbourne’s inner north who has been flooring audiences with her gorgeous raw live performances.
Liam Mackay is a muso from Melbourne who’s on the rise. Check him out at New Slang — you won’t regret it.
TICKETS $10. PRE-SALES AVAILABLE HERE.
6PM – 9PM.
THE CHANNEL, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE.
EXTREMELY LIMITED CAPACITY.
Check yrself b4 u wreck yrself. New Slang.
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