SICK SAD GRRRLS - A Daria Themed Fundraiser Party For Sad Grrrls Fest 2017
Jan
21
7:00 pm19:00

SICK SAD GRRRLS - A Daria Themed Fundraiser Party For Sad Grrrls Fest 2017

  • The Curtin

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
SICK SAD GRRRLS
A Daria Themed Party

Featuring:
Thrasher Jynx
The Football Club
Jackie Brown Jr (Syd)
Plus Sad Grrrls Club DJs (Rachel Maria Cox)

BUY TICKETS

Sad Grrrls Club are kicking off the new year with a party and a fundraiser for Sad Grrrls Fest 2017! Have a boogie to the soul-rock grooves of Sydney's Jackie Brown Jr, Rock out to emo-punks The Football Club and then we're capping it all off with grunge punks Thrasher Jynx. Plus we've got the Sad Grrrls Club DJs playing all your favourite 90s and 00s hits, and prizes for costumes! 

The Curtin, Melbourne
Doors at 7pm
Tickets $12 Presale/$15 on the door

18+ only

ALL SAD GRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES
Please be aware of how you occupy the space. We aim to be free of sexism, racism, bigotry, homophobia, transphobia, fatphobia, ableism, wh*rephobia, classism, or any other forms of discirimiation or oppression. A full safer spaces invitiation will be made available, please familiarise yourself with it before the event so we can all have a great time.

Kate Smith Day Dreams EP Launch
Jan
8
3:30 pm15:30

Kate Smith Day Dreams EP Launch

Sad Grrrls Club Presents:
Kate Smith Music Day Dreams EP Launch
With Guests De'MayRachel Maria CoxGrace Turner and Sienna Lace
Sunday January 8th At The Commons, Hamilton
Doors at 3:30pm // $5 admission // All Ages // BYO Food and Drink

Rounding out a huge first year for the DIY Record Label Sad Grrrls Club Records, they’ve today announced their final release for the year, the debut EP of Newcastle Folk-Pop artist Kate Smith. The five-track EP will be released digitally and on CD on Friday December 16th, with an EP Launch show announced for Sunday January 8th.

Kate Smith may be a Novocastrian at heart, but the Day Dreams EP was predominantly written in Port Headland, Western Australia, where Smith worked as a performer at the North West Festival. The five songs deal with distance and connectedness, love and longing, direction and coming home. The blend of folk and pop alludes to inspirations like Chet Faker, Joni Mitchell, City & Colour, Daughter, and Angus & Julia Stone.

The EP Launch in Newcastle on Sunday January 8th is a casual all ages affair in community space The Commons, seeing Smith joined by Rachel Maria Cox, De’May, Sienna Lace and Grace Turner. As with all Sad Grrrls Club Events, the event will focus on being a safer space for event attendees, taking a stand against inappropriate gig behaviour.

Day Dreams was recorded, mixed and mastered by Paul Scarabelli at Scarcity Studios.
Day Dreams will be available digitally from sadgrrrlsclub.bandcamp.com from Friday December 16th, as well as on all major streaming services.
CDs will be available from bandcamp or the Sad Grrrls Club Webstore.
Mayfair and Hitch Hiker are available now on Triple J Unearthed.

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES - If you feel unsafe, please raise 3 fingers in the air. Whoever is onstage will stop and immediate action will be taken.

We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied Aboriginal land of the Awabakal people, and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Elders past, present and future.

Sad Grrrls Club also acknowledge that inspiration for this event comes from Sad Girls y qué, a feminist collective with strong roots in Chicana Chola Culture. We acknowledge the history of 'sad girl' being appropriated by white feminism and wish to acknowledge the incredible power of and debt we owe to these Chicana wom*n.

A safer space is a supportive, non- threatening environment that encourages open-mindedness, respect, a willingness to learn from others, as well as physical and mental safety. It is a space that is critical of the power structures that affect our everyday lives, and where power dynamics, backgrounds, and the effects of our behavior on others are prioritized. It’s a space that strives to respect and understand survivors’ specific needs. Everyone who enters a safer space has a responsibility to uphold the values of the space.

As individuals, we are all responsible for our own actions and their consequences. There is zero tolerance for abusive, violent and hateful behaviour. Please be mindful of your own words and actions. 

Sad Grrrls Club events strive to be free of:
-Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Discrimination & Hate Speech
-Bullying & put downs
-Illegal/inappropriate behavior
-The usage of illicit substances on our premises and excessive intoxication on our premise
-Kicking or throwing of objects
-Abusive/threatening behaviour including verbal & physical violence

We Ask That You:
-Assess the way in which you dominate spaces; ask yourself “does my behaviour make people around me feel uncomfortable or threatened?”
-Don’t touch people without asking for their consent first
-Ask about peoples preferred pronouns. Sad Grrrls Tour is a gender diverse initiative therefore the way we address people can really affect them – use “they” and “their” as pronouns if you’re unsure. Don’t assume that a person adheres to the he/she binary.

Jo Neugebauer Memories & You EP Launch - Hobart
Dec
21
8:00 pm20:00

Jo Neugebauer Memories & You EP Launch - Hobart

  • Brisbane Hotel

PRE-ORDER MEMORIES & YOU NOW
https://sadgrrrlsclub.bandcamp.com/album/memories-you

$10 ENTRY // 18+ // 8pm
With Friends:
Rachel Maria Cox (NSW)
Zena Mohamad (Squid Fishing)
Sarah Lacey Ann

Off the back of a gripping and emotive performance at the sold out Sad Grrrls Fest in Melbourne this year, singer-songwriter Jo Neugebauer has today announced that her debut EP, Memories & You, will be released on Friday December 2nd through Sad Grrrls Club Records. The first single off the EP, Comfortable Curiosities, was released today, and is a taste of the raw and uncompromising beauty of Jo’s songwriting.

To support this release, Neugebauer will be playing two launch shows, one in Melbourne where she currently resides, and one in her hometown of Hobart. In Hobart, she’ll be joined by Sad Grrrls Club founder and manager Rachel Maria Cox, as well as Zena Mohamad of the band Squid Fishing, and Sarah Lacey Ann.

Memories & You is Neugebauer’s debut, but already her voice is distinctly hers. A self described writer of songs about ‘feelings and cats’, Neugebauer balances vulnerability and honesty with power and defiance. Comfortable Curiosities searches for identity in isolation, a taste of an EP about moving on and defining a sense of self from memories. Some Assembly Required is a highlight, a heartfelt tribute to a lost friend, with Neugebauer’s full emotive range on display. Memories & You is a strong debut from an artist who has spent years honing her live performance.

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES
We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied Aboriginal land of the Muwinina people, and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Elders past, present and future.

Sad Grrrls Club also acknowledge that inspiration for this event comes from Sad Girls y qué, a feminist collective with strong roots in Chicana Chola Culture. We acknowledge the history of 'sad girl' being appropriated by white feminism and wish to acknowledge the incredible power of and debt we owe to these Chicana wom*n.

A safer space is a supportive, non- threatening environment that encourages open-mindedness, respect, a willingness to learn from others, as well as physical and mental safety. It is a space that is critical of the power structures that affect our everyday lives, and where power dynamics, backgrounds, and the effects of our behavior on others are prioritized. It’s a space that strives to respect and understand survivors’ specific needs. Everyone who enters a safer space has a responsibility to uphold the values of the space.

As individuals, we are all responsible for our own actions and their consequences. There is zero tolerance for abusive, violent and hateful behaviour. Please be mindful of your own words and actions. Sad Grrrls Club events strive to be free of:
-Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Discrimination & Hate Speech
-Bullying & put downs
-Illegal/inappropriate behavior
-The usage of illicit substances on our premises and excessive intoxication on our premise
-Kicking or throwing of objects
-Abusive/threatening behaviour including verbal & physical violence
We Ask That You:
-Assess the way in which you dominate spaces; ask yourself “does my behaviour make people around me feel uncomfortable or threatened?”
-Don’t touch people without asking for their consent first
-Ask about peoples preferred pronouns. Sad Grrrls Tour is a gender diverse initiative therefore the way we address people can really affect them – use “they” and “their” as pronouns if you’re unsure. Don’t assume that a person adheres to the he/she binary.

Jo Neugebauer Memories & You EP Launch - Melbourne
Dec
4
7:00 pm19:00

Jo Neugebauer Memories & You EP Launch - Melbourne

  • Whole Lotta Love

PRE-ORDER MEMORIES & YOU NOW
https://sadgrrrlsclub.bandcamp.com/album/memories-you

FREE ENTRY // 18+ // 7pm
With friends:
Ruby Markwell (The Football Club)
Yukumbabe

Off the back of a gripping and emotive performance at the sold out Sad Grrrls Fest in Melbourne this year, singer-songwriter Jo Neugebauer has today announced that her debut EP, Memories & You, will be released on Friday December 2nd through Sad Grrrls Club Records. The first single off the EP, Comfortable Curiosities, was released today, and is a taste of the raw and uncompromising beauty of Jo’s songwriting.

To support this release, Neugebauer will be playing two launch shows, one in Melbourne where she currently resides, and one in her hometown of Hobart. The Melbourne Launch will see her performing alongside Ruby Markwell, the frontwoman of ‘passion pop’ punk group The Football Club, as well as up-and-coming mellow grunge trio Yukumbabe.

Memories & You is Neugebauer’s debut, but already her voice is distinctly hers. A self described writer of songs about ‘feelings and cats’, Neugebauer balances vulnerability and honesty with power and defiance. Comfortable Curiosities searches for identity in isolation, a taste of an EP about moving on and defining a sense of self from memories. Some Assembly Required is a highlight, a heartfelt tribute to a lost friend, with Neugebauer’s full emotive range on display. Memories & You is a strong debut from an artist who has spent years honing her live performance.

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES
We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied Aboriginal land of the Wurundjeri people, and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Elders past, present and future.

Sad Grrrls Club also acknowledge that inspiration for this event comes from Sad Girls y qué, a feminist collective with strong roots in Chicana Chola Culture. We acknowledge the history of 'sad girl' being appropriated by white feminism and wish to acknowledge the incredible power of and debt we owe to these Chicana wom*n.

A safer space is a supportive, non- threatening environment that encourages open-mindedness, respect, a willingness to learn from others, as well as physical and mental safety. It is a space that is critical of the power structures that affect our everyday lives, and where power dynamics, backgrounds, and the effects of our behavior on others are prioritized. It’s a space that strives to respect and understand survivors’ specific needs. Everyone who enters a safer space has a responsibility to uphold the values of the space.

As individuals, we are all responsible for our own actions and their consequences. There is zero tolerance for abusive, violent and hateful behaviour. Please be mindful of your own words and actions. Sad Grrrls Club events strive to be free of:
-Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Discrimination & Hate Speech
-Bullying & put downs
-Illegal/inappropriate behavior
-The usage of illicit substances on our premises and excessive intoxication on our premise
-Kicking or throwing of objects
-Abusive/threatening behaviour including verbal & physical violence
We Ask That You:
-Assess the way in which you dominate spaces; ask yourself “does my behaviour make people around me feel uncomfortable or threatened?”
-Don’t touch people without asking for their consent first
-Ask about peoples preferred pronouns. Sad Grrrls Tour is a gender diverse initiative therefore the way we address people can really affect them – use “they” and “their” as pronouns if you’re unsure. Don’t assume that a person adheres to the he/she binary.

Sad Grrrls Fest 2016 Sydney
Oct
8
2:00 pm14:00

Sad Grrrls Fest 2016 Sydney

Tickets on Sale HERE - Check out the line up HERE

Click here for the Facebook Event

SAD GRRRLS CLUB PRESENTS

 

SAD GRRRLS FEST 2016 – SYDNEY 

Sad Grrrls Fest is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. Australia’s largest Female-Fronted music festival is bringing twenty-five acts together in a one-day event celebrating gender diversity in the music industry. Each act has at least one non-male (female, non-binary or gender-non-conforming) member, to contrast overall industry trends where women make up on average only 20-30% of festival line ups.

 The line up this year showcases some of Sydney’s best, and is headlined by Le Pie, Coda Conduct and Twin Caverns. There’s also market stalls, and plenty of fun feminist times to be had! 

Full Line Up:

Le Pie

Coda Conduct

Twin Caverns

Missing Children

Bad Bitch Choir

DJ Claire Knight (formerly Fingertips)

Bow & Arrow

Julia Why?

Dawn Laird

Egoism

Astrid Zeman

Jackie Brown Jr.

La Vif

Morning TV

Annais Paris

Clews

Yon Plume DJs

Plus Acoustic Artists:

Emma Dean (QLD)

Stellar Addiction

Hannah Robinson

Ess-Em

Fingermae

Fruit

Antonia Susan

Dog Dirt

 

Sad Grrls Fest is presented by The Music and Project U.
Sad Grrrls Fest is proudly supported by Studios 301.

Sad Grrrls Fest Sydney made possible by Inner West Council.

Please Note: Sad Grrrls Fest is an 18+ event. ID may be requested by event staff.

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES:

We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied Aboriginal land of the Cadigal Wangal People of the Eora Nation, and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Elders past, present and future.

Sad Grrrls Club also acknowledge that inspiration for this event comes from Sad Girls y qué, a feminist collective with strong roots in Chicana Chola Culture. We acknowledge the history of 'sad girl' being appropriated by white feminism and wish to acknowledge the incredible power of and debt we owe to these Chicana wom*n.

A safer space is a supportive, non- threatening environment that encourages open-mindedness, respect, a willingness to learn from others, as well as physical and mental safety. It is a space that is critical of the power structures that affect our everyday lives, and where power dynamics, backgrounds, and the effects of our behavior on others are prioritized. It’s a space that strives to respect and understand survivors’ specific needs. Everyone who enters a safer space has a responsibility to uphold the values of the space.

As individuals, we are all responsible for our own actions and their consequences. There is zero tolerance for abusive, violent and hateful behaviour. Please be mindful of your own words and actions. Sad Grrrls Club events strive to be free of:
-Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Discrimination & Hate Speech
-Bullying & put downs

-Illegal/inappropriate behavior
-The usage of illicit substances on our premises and excessive intoxication on our premise
-Kicking or throwing of objects

-Abusive/threatening behaviour including verbal & physical violence
We Ask That You:

-Assess the way in which you dominate spaces; ask yourself “does my behaviour make people around me feel uncomfortable or threatened?”
-Don’t touch people without asking for their consent first
-Ask about peoples preferred pronouns. Sad Grrrls Tour is a gender diverse initiative therefore the way we address people can really affect them – use “they” and “their” as pronouns if you’re unsure. Don’t assume that a person adheres to the he/she binary.
 

Sad Grrrls Fest 2016 Melbourne
Oct
1
2:00 pm14:00

Sad Grrrls Fest 2016 Melbourne

Tickets are now on sale HERE - Check out the line up HERE

Click here for the Facebook event

SAD GRRRLS CLUB PRESENTS

 

SAD GRRRLS FEST 2016 – MELBOURNE

 

Sad Grrrls Fest is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. Australia’s largest Female-Fronted music festival is bringing twenty-five acts together in a one-day event celebrating gender diversity in the music industry. Each act has at least one non-male (female, non-binary or gender-non-conforming) member, to contrast overall industry trends where women make up on average only 20-30% of festival line ups. 

The line up this year showcases some of Melbourne’s best, and is headlined by Jaala, Jess Ribeiro and Camp Cope. There’s also food from The Rev Kitchen, market stalls, and plenty of fun feminist times to be had! 

Full Line Up:

Jaala

Jess Ribeiro

Camp Cope

Simona Castricum

Alex Lahey

Miss Destiny

Dark Fair

Kt Spit

Claws & Organs

Beloved Elk

Beatrice

The Girl Fridas

Chelsea Bleach

Shiny Coin

Denim Owl

Dogood

Plus Acoustic Artists:

Rin McArdle (SA)

Stellar Addiction (NSW)

Rachel Maria Cox (NSW)

Samara Cullen

Sandy Hsu

Eli Cash

Jo Neugebauer

 

Sad Grrls Fest is presented by Beat and Project U.
Sad Grrrls Fest is proudly supported by Studios 301.

 

Please Note: Sad Grrrls Fest is an 18+ event. ID may be requested by event staff.

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES:

We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied Aboriginal land of the Cadigal Wangal People of the Eora Nation, and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Elders past, present and future.

Sad Grrrls Club also acknowledge that inspiration for this event comes from Sad Girls y qué, a feminist collective with strong roots in Chicana Chola Culture. We acknowledge the history of 'sad girl' being appropriated by white feminism and wish to acknowledge the incredible power of and debt we owe to these Chicana wom*n.

A safer space is a supportive, non- threatening environment that encourages open-mindedness, respect, a willingness to learn from others, as well as physical and mental safety. It is a space that is critical of the power structures that affect our everyday lives, and where power dynamics, backgrounds, and the effects of our behavior on others are prioritized. It’s a space that strives to respect and understand survivors’ specific needs. Everyone who enters a safer space has a responsibility to uphold the values of the space.

As individuals, we are all responsible for our own actions and their consequences. There is zero tolerance for abusive, violent and hateful behaviour. Please be mindful of your own words and actions. Sad Grrrls Club events strive to be free of:
-Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Discrimination & Hate Speech
-Bullying & put downs

-Illegal/inappropriate behavior
-The usage of illicit substances on our premises and excessive intoxication on our premise
-Kicking or throwing of objects

-Abusive/threatening behaviour including verbal & physical violence
We Ask That You:

-Assess the way in which you dominate spaces; ask yourself “does my behaviour make people around me feel uncomfortable or threatened?”
-Don’t touch people without asking for their consent first
-Ask about peoples preferred pronouns. Sad Grrrls Tour is a gender diverse initiative therefore the way we address people can really affect them – use “they” and “their” as pronouns if you’re unsure. Don’t assume that a person adheres to the he/she binary.

King Street Crawl At The Imperial
Sep
4
12:00 pm12:00

King Street Crawl At The Imperial

  • The Imperial Hotel

Sad Grrrls Club, Skandy Gramatic, and Yes Rave all curating rooms at The Imperial Hotel for Newtown's King St Crawl! 

Free Entry!

Street Front Bar - From 12pm
Imperial DJs
Russell Feathers

Cellar Bar - CURATED BY SAD GRRRLS CLUB - 3pm-10pm
Rackett
Latham's Grip
Bad Bitch Choir
Rachel Maria Cox
Wasters
The Nah
Nothing Rhymes With David

Cab Bar - CURATED BY YES RAVE - 5pm-Midnight
Cat Lyf
Body Promise
Simo Soo
HTML flowers
Zsa Zsa LaFine
Slim Set
Sass Hound
Owen Rabbit

FACEBOOK EVENT

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Canberra
Aug
6
6:00 pm18:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Canberra

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Canberra
With Antonia SusanHelena Pop and Swoon Queen
Saturday 6th August - House Show (message for details)
6pm - Pay what you like - AA

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. Accompanying them on the NSW dates will be label-mate Antonia Susan, a Blue Mountains based newcomer whose debut album was released by the label at the start of June.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch - Adelaide
Aug
4
6:30 pm18:30

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch - Adelaide

  • Melbourne St Laundromat

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Adelaide
With Bec Stevens and Heath Anthony (music)
Thursday 4th August at Melbourne St Laundromat
6pm - $5 - AA

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. In Adelaide, they'll be joined by Bec Stevens and Heath Anthony for an acoustic show at the Melbourne St Laundromat.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Melbourne
Aug
2
7:30 pm19:30

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Melbourne

  • The Worker's Club

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Melbourne 2.0
With The Girl Fridas as part of their August Worker's Club Residency and Shiny Coin
Tuesday August 2nd at The Workers Club, Fitzroy
7:30pm - $7 - 18+

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. On this second Melbourne date, RMC will be joining The Girl Fridas for their August Residency at the Workers Club, as well as Garage Pop darlings Shiny Coin.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Melbourne
Aug
1
8:00 pm20:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Melbourne

  • The Old Bar

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Melbourne
With Jess Locke, June Jones (Two Steps on the Water) and Astrid&
Monday 1st August at The Old Bar - Mondane Mondays
8pm - $5 - 18+

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. In Melbourne they'll be joined by soloists Jess Locke, June Jones (of Two Steps On The Water) and Astrid&.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Sydney
Jul
31
3:00 pm15:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Sydney

  • Blackwire Records

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Sydney
With Antonia SusanHannahbandJamie Hay and Marina Mitchell
Sunday 31st July at Blackwire Records
3pm - $10 - AA

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. Accompanying them on the NSW dates will be label-mate Antonia Susan, a Blue Mountains based newcomer whose debut album was released by the label at the start of June.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Wollongong
Jul
29
6:00 pm18:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Wollongong

  • Jane's

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Wollongong
With Antonia SusanFRUIT and Moons Of Venus
Friday 29th July at Jane's
6:30 - $10 - AA

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. Accompanying them on the NSW dates will be label-mate Antonia Susan, a Blue Mountains based newcomer whose debut album was released by the label at the start of June.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Newcastle
Jul
28
8:00 pm20:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Rachel Maria Cox I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings EP Launch Tour - Newcastle

  • The Lass O'Gowrie Hotel

Sad Grrrls Club Presents
RACHEL MARIA COX - I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS EP LAUNCH TOUR - Newcastle
With Antonia Susan, Joab Eastley (RAAVE TAPES) and Aitäh
Thursday 28th July at The Lass O'Gowrie Hotel
8:30 - Free - 18+

Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years. 

The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. Accompanying them on the NSW dates will be label-mate Antonia Susan, a Blue Mountains based newcomer whose debut album was released by the label at the start of June.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Jackie Brown Jr.'s Double Single Launch Party
Jun
10
Jun 11

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - Jackie Brown Jr.'s Double Single Launch Party

  • Tokyo Sing Song

JBJ have got two brand spanking new singles coming out shortly and we're taking over Tokyo Sing Song for a massive night to celebrate with all you fine individuals. 

We've partnered up with rad crew over at Sad Grrrls Club to bring you the best night possible. 

Joining us for the night will be:
Thunder Fox: funk lords of Sydney
https://soundcloud.com/thunder-fox-band-official

FlexMami: RnB/Hip Hop DJ Goddess spinning those tunes late into the night!
https://soundcloud.com/flexmami 

Jackie Brown Jr: Yours truly
https://soundcloud.com/jackiebrownjr 

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES - this means event organisers reserve the right to ask any to leave who is engaging in behaviour that may make other patrons feel unsafe. This may include - sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, fatphobic, wh*rephobic or otherwise bigoted language; dangerous moshing or dancing without regard for other patrons; touching others without their consent; and any other kind of risky or dangerous behaviour.

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - LIONIZER BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Newcastle
Apr
17
3:00 pm15:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - LIONIZER BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Newcastle

  • Drone Newcastle

Sad Grrrls Club Present:

Lionizer BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Newcastle

All Ages Arvo Show @ Drone Newcastle 

With 'Hey Lady!'Spencer Scott and Rachel Maria Cox

$5 Entry at the door

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES - this means event organisers reserve the right to ask any to leave who is engaging in behaviour that may make other patrons feel unsafe. This may include - sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, fatphobic, wh*rephobic or otherwise bigoted language; dangerous moshing or dancing without regard for other patrons; touching others without their consent; and any other kind of risky or dangerous behaviour.

FACEBOOK EVENT - 
https://www.facebook.com/events/484277348443190/

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - LIONIZER BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Sydney
Apr
15
6:00 pm18:00

Sad Grrrls Club Presents - LIONIZER BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Sydney

  • Jura Books

Sad Grrrls Club Presents

Lionizer BE ALONE EP LAUNCH TOUR - Sydney

With Nothing Rhymes with DavidRachel Maria Cox and Snape

Jura Books - Friday April 15th - $5 at the door - All Ages

ALL SAD GRRRLS CLUB EVENTS ARE SAFER SPACES - this means event organisers reserve the right to ask any to leave who is engaging in behaviour that may make other patrons feel unsafe. This may include - sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, fatphobic, wh*rephobic or otherwise bigoted language; dangerous moshing or dancing without regard for other patrons; touching others without their consent; and any other kind of risky or dangerous behaviour.

FACEBOOK EVENT - https://www.facebook.com/events/200213490356691/

Sugar Jar Art Exhibition Opening
Feb
19
6:00 pm18:00

Sugar Jar Art Exhibition Opening

  • Gallery Sixty One Revisited

Sad Grrrls Club and Gallery SixtyOne Revisited Present:

Sugar Jar - An Art Exhibition

Opening on Saturday February 19th at 301 Hunter St Newcastle.

Art by Ben Dean, Danielle Emery and Racheal McCallum

Music by Dog Dirt and Rachel Maria Cox

Poetry readings by Kait Fenwick and Rory Green

FREE ENTRY, FOOD AND DRINKS -- FACEBOOK EVENT HERE