Charlie Needs Braces ‘Saltwater People’ Tour Charlie Needs Braces The latest music project Charlie Needs Braces, comes from Naarm musician Charlie Woods. Charlie is a proud GuriNgai woman, a direct descendant of Bungaree and Matora.
The lands running from the central coast of NSW along the mouth of the Hawkesbury river and into Northern Sydney. Charlie Woods performs regularly with The Teskey Brothers, Gang of Youths, The Seven Ups, TEK TEK Ensemble’, and ‘WVR BABY’, but now embarks on her own journey of brass and looping, so get ready to immerse yourself in all things Charlie Needs Braces with this album Saltwater People; a collections of songs that will make you dance, stories to help you heal, and everything between.
Firetail Firetail’s music spans from 70’s jazz-fusion, South Indian Carnatic music and their very own brand of jazz-tronica. Formed in 2018 as a collaborative recording project, Firetail has developed an ambient approach to song-writing that blends soul-infused rhythms with evocative melodies and driving percussion. From the bands earliest days playing warehouse parties and monthly dive bar residencies, the group has continued to push musical boundaries by collaborating with a wide variety of guest vocalist and instrumentalist.
The result is colliding compositions that never stays in the box for long. Georgia Fields Georgia’s magnetic show sees the sonic shapeshifter move deftly from electric guitar to mini-synth and textural live looping, “painting entire worlds with her tunes” (Frankie Magazine). A widescreen vision of melodic, artful pop, Georgia’s new album “Hiraeth” takes its title from a Welsh word with no direct translation, referring to a profound longing for a home you can’t return to as it no longer exists. From songs about motherhood, infidelity and loss, to rapturous anthems of healing and home – at its core, “Hiraeth” is an ode to the many languages of longing.
Georgia’s distinctive vocal brings to mind the piercing, understated clarity of Feist and the shoulders-back power-stance of Sharon van Etten. Join Georgia and Felicity for an afternoon songs, storytelling, and genre-bending indie-folk and art-pop, at your favourite institution.Supports: Firetail // Georgia Fields Entry: $15+BF Oztix // $20 Door