Must see live music this week in Brisbane!

Do the post Bigsound blues have you down Brisbane?

So if the shenanigans of Bigsound last week have left you lost and longing for more dope tunes to sink your ear holes into we’ve got a list of some stellar acts
that are gracing Fortitude Valley with their tunes this week.

What’s happening on Thursday!

If you didn’t manage to catch bluesman Karl S Williams at Bigsound last week then you’re in for a treat, as he’ll be hitting The Bearded Lady this Thursday
night (14 th Sept). Or if you’re craving some classic guitar driven grooves to get you through the rest of your work week, then Melbourne rockers The Cherry Dolls  have got your back with a tasty line up at Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall as part of their recent LP release ‘Viva Los Dolls.’

What’s happening on Friday!

Heya Bar is turning up in your Friday night as the dudes and dudette from Chakra Efendi celebrate the fresh release of their new single “Don’t Go” with mates Wolver. Also, Mucho-Bravado babes I Know Leopard (SYD) are bringing their synth-pop prowess to Black Bear Lodge this Friday night supported by our very own dream pop beauty BANFF.

What’s happening on The Weekend!

And if this wasn’t enough, this Saturday at The Zoo, eclectic beauties Boss Moxi are performing a spesh 70 minute set of their full length sophomore album “Egotoxin” which is set to be released early next year. With supports by QUAZI, Valtozash and Julia R. Anderson, it’s sure to be an evening of feels.

 

NEW STOCK!

Records, coffee and vibes.

Your new local dealers in caffeine and vinyl have been busy beautifying your Foundry Records Store over the past few weeks, giving it the TLC both the store and you deserve.

Our doors are open, and now, so our are our vinyl cases! We just got our first shipment of vinyl in the store so now you can enjoy a great cup of specialty coffee, and enjoy that caffeine comedown with your favourite record when you get home.

We’re all about inclusivity, so we’ve tried to make sure we’re representing the best of the best of music from the past and present. We’ve got Bob Marley’s Greatest Hits, Vera Blue’s incredible new record, the entire Kendrick Lamar catalogue, NWA (werd), The Beatles, London Grammar and more to suppress your vinyl cravings until the next batch hits the shop.