Saturday the 26th, we got a pretty special line-up:

Death Bag, from up Bendigo way, is a two-piece featuring ex-Bird Blob and ‘Nem folk, and from what we’ve heard we reckon they’ll be a pretty formidable live experience of elevating drone and scree. DENSE. This is their debut performance in the big smoke.

Kind Winds, if you don’t know yet, is the ten-year-strong psych/drone/rock project of Tasmania’s Colin Henry Jnr. Kind Winds has been through about a million different line-ups and incarnations, but Colin has always been the heart of the thing, and he’s produced a massive back-catalog of short-run CDRs and mind-altering gigs over the years. The current line-up, possibly their best ever, also features the mighty Keith “Fucking Genius” Mason on guitar and Kris “Witch Hats” Buscombe on drums. If you never got to see Spacemen 3—and we’re assuming you didn’t—Kind Winds is your best bet for that kind of fix in 2007.

Daisy Buchanan has been hawking her solo murk + blurt + vocals song-stuff around town for a while now, supporting the likes of Zond and Naked on the Vague. She played at one of the first ever gigs we put on here, and since then her show has developed into the most unique mashing of songwriting with synthnoise-moan-groan-and-fart you’ll ever catch anywhere.

Doors open about 8. All Ages. Cheap.