Event details

Night Spins / Mane / Orange Animal
Mon, Nov 7 Show: 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
$12.00
Monday November 7,2022
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM 
$12 ADV / $15 Dos 
All Ages 
+2 at Door if under 21 

Night Spins 

Garage pop laced with city grit, dark humor, and rock 'n' roll attitude—that's the play-it-on-repeat music that Brooklyn-based band Night Spins is cranking out right now. Born out of the American South, the four-piece band melds its innate theatricality with influences like Iggy Pop, Tom Waits and Modest Mouse, for an unrivaled—and must-see—display of contemporary showmanship. So what does that sound like? Sizzling riffs, earworm hooks, raw vocals—all imbued with a Southern-bred shake of the supernatural. Fans who go to see Night Spins know one thing: They're gonna get a show.

2019 has been a big year for the band. After spending the summer playing with Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Low Cut Connie, the band is set to release their first single since the release of their self-titled debut album. Pass the Salt is out on September 20, 2019

Mane 

In a time when the entire world is more starved of human connectivity than maybe anytime in history, Australian artist MANE has penned perfect, booming, beautiful anthems that celebrates the people that mean the most to her and the love that those relationships represent.Her breakout hit ‘Chasing Butterflies’ clocked up over 2 million streams before the release of debut EP ‘Coping Mechanisms’ which features lush, baroque pop production. MANE’s soaring vocals and dark, furious energy serves to only intensify the lyrics she sings. Having found national support in Australia via triple j and Spotify, as well as performing at festivals alongside the likes of The Wombats & Yungblud MANES explosive indie pop anthems, deep brooding vocals and fierce live performing continue to prove she’s an exciting new talent in music. Self-taught and inspired by the likes of Florence and the Machine, Hayley Williams & St Vincent MANE has spent the last few years transforming the music she makes from a pastime that brought hi’s and lo’s into a career that brings strength and solidarity.

Orange Animal

Orange Animal's sound is rooted in rock, folk and blues. Started in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, Orange Animal is made up of John Ramsey (guitar/vocals), Bill Derivan (bass guitar) and Adam Thurman (drums).


 

Night Spins

Garage pop laced with city grit, dark humor, and rock 'n' roll attitude—that's the play-it-on-repeat music that Brooklyn-based band Night Spins is cranking out right now. Born out of the American South, the four-piece band melds its innate theatricality with influences like Iggy Pop, Tom Waits and Modest Mouse, for an unrivaled—and must-see—display of contemporary showmanship. So what does that sound like? Sizzling riffs, earworm hooks, raw vocals—all imbued with a Southern-bred shake of the supernatural. Fans who go to see Night Spins know one thing: They're gonna get a show.

2019 has been a big year for the band. After spending the summer playing with Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Low Cut Connie, the band is set to release their first single since the release of their self-titled debut album. Pass the Salt is out on September 20, 2019

Mane

Hailing from Adelaide, MANE’s explosive indie pop has the unique ability to have you in awe of her energy while simultaneously singing along to the saddest of songs. Paige Court, the voice of the MANE moniker has described her new single 'Chasing Butterflies' as a song about relentlessly searching for that feeling of excitement in something or someone over and over again; 'it's about loving to love but getting bored really quickly'. Written to evaluate the behaviour and cycles of pain, the track really encapsulates Court's ability to balance heavy subjects with anthemic styling.

MANE's groundswell really began last year, with single 'What If the Love Dies', a track that saw Eric J (Flume, Chet Faker) on the production, it garnered attention from across the globe, Dom Alessio (triple j) described 'There's something enchanting about this dark, caliginous pop song' Accompanied by a beautiful cinematic clip to which heavy weights Rolling Stone got behind and helped propel into the public.

With a dynamic live show, it's unsurprising that MANE has played alongside respected national artists The Temper Trap, City Calm Down and Ali Barter with supports around the corner for Stella Donnelly, Alex the Astronaut and Gomez.

Orange Animal