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Live Music Roundup For the Week Beginning, Nov 21 2018

Eprom at the Byron Brewery

Eprom Night

Byron Brewery | Thursday | 7pm | $10-15

Eprom has turned more than a few heads in his climb to the top of the bass-music world. Eprom is one of the vibrant West Coast scene’s most colourful characters, with an unmistakable sound and an unforgettable stage presence. His unique sound varies from toxic hip-hop to searing garage mutations to bizarre concoctions somewhere in between.

Thursday night at The Byron Bay Brewery at 7pm, $10 pre-sale or $15 on the door.



Raising Dough with a Mo – Shag Rock, Albion Place, DJ Eddy

Raising Dough with a Mo – Shag Rock, Albion Place, DJ Eddy

Byron Brewery | Saturday | 7pm | Free entry

The Morning of the Mo is a surf contest that celebrates a time when the shorts where tight, mos were thick, and the surfing was smooth. Competitors battle it out under the guise of an alter ego, in one part surf contest, one part dance off. The event is broken into two categories: there’s the surfing contest and then there’s the evening event, which is the dance-off. Winning the surf event is only part of the deal. To be the overall champion you must arrive in character at 7am and hold that character right through by surfing in costume, and then head to the Byron Bay Brewery for the after party and dance-off that evening. The event was created to align with Movember and raise awareness for men’s health – in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. After the surf contest in Lennox Head, it’s off the Byron Brewery (7pm) for dancing and music with Brisbane’s Shag Rock, New Zealand indie group Albion Place, and of course resident Movember tune selector DJ Eddy getting the party mo-ving. There will also be a karma keg donated by the Byron Bay Brewery, with funds raised going to Movember.


Never Ending 80s Day Party

Music at the Kingy

Kingscliff Hotel   The Radiators | Saturday | 7pm       
Never Ending 80s Day Party | Sunday

The Kingscliff Hotel has established itself as something of a live venue of late with some pretty awesome shows coming up over summer. The Radiators play a free show from 7pm this Saturday, and Sunday features the Never Ending 80s Day Party with tix at Oztix!


Uke Night with Stukulele & Miss Amber

Uke Night with Stukulele & Miss Amber

Club Mullum – Mullum Ex-Services | Thursday 29 November | 6.30pm | $15

In what will be the last Uke Night for the year Miss Amber and Stukulele present the Best of 2018. Come along to sing ’n’ strum two or three of your favourites from the 2018 songbooks. Stu would like to thank everyone who has supported UKE NIGHT this year including Club Mullum: Luis and Luke, all the amazing guest singers and musicians, the awesome Monday night Mullum Uke Clubbers, the wonderful ‘patrons’ who go the extra yard with a monthly donation and everyone who has come along on the last Thursday of the month to join in song as a peaceful, loving community.

Mullum Ex-Services, Thursday 29 November from 6.30pm. Songbooks available via ukemullum.com. $15.

www.mullumexservices.com.au


Cheynne Murphy & Mark Heazlett

Cheynne Murphy & Mark Heazlett

Sphinx Rock Cafe, Mt Burrell | Sunday | 12pm | FREE
The Rails | Sunday 2 Dec | FREE

Headlights and Goodbyes is the title single from the new EP from north coast Australian folk-rocker Cheynne Murphy, just released October 2018. Recorded in the hills of Byron Bay the track also features guest guitar from Jeff Martin of Canadian rock band The Tea Party. Headlights and Goodbyes explores the notion of moving forward with the simultaneous feelings of nostalgia and a yearning for what is being left behind.

You can see Cheynne live with Mark Heazlett (duo), at the Sphinx Rock Café, Uki, on Sunday or at The Rails, Sunday 2 December.


Stuart Kent at Dunoon Village Blues

Dunoon Village Blues

Dunoon Sports Club | Saturday | 3pm | Free

The 12th annual Dunoon Village Blues will be presented by the Dunoon Sports Club Saturday from 3pm. Featuring some of the north coast’s finest established and up-and-coming acts and musicians performing on a truck stage, this will be a family-friendly homegrown free one-day festival. Acoustic blues, jazzy blues, original blues, rockin’ blues and classic blues. Enjoy this eclectic concert from the deck or lay back, or ‘shake your tail feather’ on the grass. A special on-the-spit dinner will be available plus light meals and coffee at the cafe/restaurant. Full bar service and children’s playground. Acts include: Stuart Kent Experience, Timbuktu, Chris Fisher Blues Band, KB & Jason Sines – Crank It Up, Timothy Rupert Band, Ruff Scales, Little Tonic, Paul Dorahy Duo and Shane Shaw Duo. FREE


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