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Golden Age cinema and bar
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Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Thursday 13th June

Live on the
Golden Stage

Baby Beef
Baby Beef
Vivid Music 2019

New to the Sydney soundscape — and previously labeled the city’s “(surprisingly) best support band” — Baby Beef will take any preconceived misconceptions you have, place them immediately into the recycling and find themselves a place in your heart. All immaculately self-produced, the trio create art-pop music inspired by many pockets of the past, but will ultimately spit you out somewhere equal parts unnerving and familiar, convinced you've seen the future.

What started as a vulnerable, therapeutic act of self-reflection has morphed into a masterclass in free expression and loving yourself, with lyrics discussing anxiety and consideration in a confident, controlled and utterly unique voice — performing with support from Tired Girl.

How Much?
Free entry with RSVP, all events 18+.

Doors open at 4pm, performance starts at 9pm sharp
Drink Special
From 8:30pm, enjoy Surry Hills Pils for $6 ea or 4 for $20 courtesy of our mates at Sydney Brewery

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 22nd June
Single Launch
Tiarnie is an up-and-coming alternative rock artist who recently moved from a rural town near Canberra to the big smoke of Sydney — known for a fierce vocal tone, intricate guitar riffs and punchy percussion.
Saturday 29th June
The Elevator District
with Skinny Legions
The Elevator District are one of Sydney’s fastest growing young bands of 2019, winning over audiences with their infectious mix of neo-soul, future-funk and jazz — performing with support from Skinny Legions.
Saturday 6th July
Single Launch
Central Coast-based indie-rock trio Nelipot bring their signature flair to adoring fans across the East Coast in honour of their striking new single 'Garden Hose Rainbow'.
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