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Saturday 16th February

Live on the
Golden Stage

Butternut Sweetheart
Butternut Sweetheart
Sydney Single Launch

“I’ll try not to gush too much... it’s right up my alley; dreamy melodic pop with a twist” (Dean Hanson, Ball Park Music, 2018).

Butternut Sweetheart is the music of producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Luke Moseley. After many years working in the music industry in live production (Ball Park Music, Rüfüs, Paul Kelly, Sarah Blasko), recording (Emma Davis, Lady Lyon) and performing (Cassie Davis, RW Grace, Matt McHugh), Luke has crafted a project and sound inspired by a life of travel and a seaside escape. The unique dreamy indie/pop style of Butternut Sweetheart is influenced by modern boundary pushing writers Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Tuneyards and The Dirty Projectors, as well as older songwriting loves in Simon and Garfunkel and The Beatles.

‘Papercut’ is the mesmerising debut single from Butternut Sweetheart. Produced by Greg Walker (Machine Translations, Tiny Ruins, Paul Kelly), Papercut is out on February 15 and is accompanied by a compliment of east coast shows in Sydney, Thirroul, Canberra and Melbourne.

When
Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
Drink Special
From 9:30pm, enjoy Surry Hills Pils for $6 ea or 4 for $20 courtesy of our mates at Sydney Brewery
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+
Listen

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 24th August
Prudence
with Baby Buzzard
The idiosyncratic project of session bass player and composer Tom Crandles, Prudence offers a strange aural journey through the electric, effortless and tragicomic.
Friday 30th August
Bec Sandridge
Reflections X
Meet us in the bar to see indie pop sensation Bec Sandridge for Reflections — our special series of live music performances presented monthly on Friday evenings.
Saturday 31st August
Slowcoaching
'Between the Walls' Single Tour
After spending the later part of 2018 on writing trips in secluded cabins, Melbourne's Slowcoaching has returned with a bold new single – performing with support from dream pop four-piece Goodside.
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