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$25 +bf pre, $30 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show
Delicious food (including pizza!) available.
Fully licensed – NO BYO
Limited table bookings for groups of 8 or more only are available – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked.
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)

For one night only in the intimate setting of the Django Bar, The Apartments will play a rare show as a trio.

The Apartments Eliot Fish will be on guitar and vocals with, fresh from their triumphant 16 Lovers Lane performance at State Theatre, Amanda Brown on oboe, violin, vocals and percussion and Peter Milton Walsh on acoustic guitar and vocals.

The Apartments emerged from Brisbane in 1978, their first EP released by The Go-Betweens on the Able Label in 1979. Singer/songwriter Peter Milton Walsh then left Australia for New York, relocating to England after being signed by legendary English record label Rough Trade for The Apartments first album, the evening visits...

The band developed a devoted following throughout Europe and the US with each new album. In a tale of two cities, The Apartments debut LP the evening visits... and stays for years was reissued by Brooklyn label, Captured Tracks in 2015 while The Apartments new album, No Song, No Spell, No Madrigal, was released by Paris label, Microcultures.

France’s leading music magazine Magic made No Song, No Spell, No Madrigal #1 Album of The Year for 2015. England’s Uncut rated the album 9/10, saying “Played with quiet grace, the eight chamber‐pop songs here are alternately harrowing and redemptive, anchored by loss.”

For this unique Django Bar show on Sunday April 22nd, The Apartments will create a special set from their melodic, lyrically rich songbook including tracks from No Song, No Spell, No Madrigal.

Jep and Dep are an underground Folk-Noir Duo from Sydney, their music is often compared to Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra meets Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue. Beautifully dark, Dramatic and Romantic. “…like folk-noir variations on Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue’s classic Where the Wild Roses Grow, ballads with the right balance of creeping menace and painful regret” 4 Stars Jeff Apter SMH

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Django Bar @ Camelot Lounge 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204 Australia

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