'twas the night before Christmas and all through the bar, everyone was drinking - even the staff! Just like last year and the year before that, The Brunny is staying up late for our annual Christmas eve party to try and catch a glimpse of Santa as he bypasses Brunswick. The drinks will be flowing until 1am, and with our favourite party people Max Mannix DJs on the decks its sure to be a jingle ballin' time!
The wait is over! Slug Bucket are finally releasing their EP 'Glad Yas Liked It'
Everyone has finally landed back in the country and we're kicking off the first date of Kill The Darling's summer tour at the Brunswick Hotel!
Come down to The Brunny Saturday 16th, buy yourself a pint, buy a friend or loved one a pint, sit down in the beer garden, and enjoy some sweet acoustic tunes, brought to you by acts from across Victoria and beyond!
David Ritchie and the Neighbours have recently been at Head Gap Studios with the great Neil Thomason (the Dirty Three, Paul Kelly) and are looking forward to releasing the first single 'There's No Problem' from their upcoming EP 'Night At The Ritz'.
To celebrate The Balls returning from their HUGE European Tour, the boys are playing a FREE afternoon show at the Brunswick Hotel with support from Zombre.
Join The Peeks at the Brunswick Hotel to celebrate the launch of their new single, "Open Up".
Having made a name for themselves in the South East Asia indie music scene, Bangkok- based Jenny & the Scallywags are bringing their music to Australian shores.
Holy shazzam what a lineup. Planet of the 8s are hosting another show in Brunswick while they sow their fuzzy seeds across the south east of the country in support of their just-released debut album.
To celebrate the release of our new single we’re putting on a FREE show at The Brunswick Hotel with some other wizard bands!
This gig will destroy...free entry on Friday 17th November at everyone's fave punk watering hole The Brunny with the mighty line-up of Brisbane skate-shredders Goon On The Rocks, Melbourne punk powerhouse Wolfpack, the metal influenced mayhem of Beyond Contempt, rambunctious garage rockers The Out Of Towners & the furious chaos of Supa Suplex. BOOM!
Their name inspired from a line in the 1979 Franc Roddam cult movie "Quadrophenia" postman killed my scooter are a three piece Mod revival band from bayside Melbourne...
These lazy Sunday arvo gigs will be the death of me...if it is possible to die from having a grande time with my pals at Melbourne's finest live music venues!
After much hard work and toiling in the studio, Mercury Sky are proud announce the release of their sophomore EP, 'Infra' on the 22nd September.