We love to support our local musicians by giving them somewhere to play and an audience to listen. We have live music every Saturday night from 7pm and Sunday arvos from 2pm, then on special occasions we have extra live music on a Wednesday, Friday or Sunday night. See below for details of upcoming music.
SATURDAY 3rd | 7pm
Love Drunk Hearts make soulful modern rock, a little Neil Young, a touch Josh Homme and a sprinkle of Jack White. Picked up by Triple J's unearthed, the band have focussed on refining their songwriting and live show, evolving to become a refreshing point of difference in Sydney’s musical landscape.
SUNDAY 4TH | 2pm
Pablo Dias is a composer from South Brazil, he studied at Auburn University. Following a promising trajectory, Pablo continues in his musician’s path. Former lead singer of Paradoxo Band, Pablo now follows with his guitar playing melodies around the world. Having released his first solo album recently, his music quickly disseminates and fascinates different styles and generations, with harmonious melodies and beautiful arrangements. He is indeed a rising star that is worth getting to know.
saturday 10th | 7pm
Nikki has a collection of stories and love songs; a little folky, a little jazzy, a little blue. Since her return from overseas a few months ago, she has brought her music to new and old audiences.
Rafael Lobo has been playing in various rock and roll and funk bands for the past several years. He is currently playing with the funk cover band Kongofunk and you can often find them playing local gigs around town.
Nikki and The Wolf is what has been happening since the two got together a few months ago.
Marina joins them on percussion and funks up the beat.
saturday 17th | 7pm
SUNDAY 18th | 3pm - 6pm
Octave Inc is the creation of saxophonist Michael Slater. An accomplished jazz saxophonist from Nashville, Tennessee, Slater's sound has been described as a "sleazy saxophone ghost.. taken straight from Clarence Clemons songbook.'
Most known for his work with Shining Bird, Ernest Ellis and studio project Rain King, Slater's alt-jazz quartet is the culmination of a variety of genres he has been part of.
This band can be described as a genre bending wall of sound, though swaying in the direction of free form jazz. They explore various areas of music, centring on jazz fusion and pop. They bring a killer sound to the stage - its alive and enthralling music. Never sounding the same way twice, the band brings an organic, evolving soundscape to their live performances.
FRIDAY 23RD |7PM
Nick Saxon is a singer/songwriter who’s notched up more than a million Spotify streams. Nick’s new EP ‘Lady Wanderlust’ has been picked up across radio and TV in Australia and abroad and his song ‘Fire & Foe’ has been picked up as the theme song for ‘The Walking Dead’ a chart-topping series in the USA. When he toured his EP earlier, he did so to rapturous crowds through Australia and New Zealand and now he has a new single ‘Anchor’ under his belt, he’s ready to do it again.
Saturday 24th 7pm
Love Drunk Hearts. Are regulars at the Brewery and we love their soulful modern rock vibes. They're sure to bring some great energy.
SUNDAY 25th | 2pm
Sam Higginson is a Sydney based singer/songwriter, he's a local - raised on the Northern Beaches. He is described to have a smooth blend of pop and soul that draws you in. He'll be singing covers from 2pm
SaturDAY 31st | 2pm