Brisbabes #2 Feat. Sahara Beck, Avaberee, Love Signs & Alla Spina

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The Foundry Brisbane says

Sahara Beck
Love Signs
Alla Spina

DJs - Dj Black Amex SEZZO SNOT

After all the action of Brisbabes #1, the second instalment is on its way to light up January by celebrating the best female talent that Brisbane has to offer. Hitting the good people of Brisbane with a line up that includes Sahara Beck, Avaberée and Alla Spina Brisbabes #2 has its finger firmly on the pulse of night life in this great city. One thing is for sure, Brisbabes #2 promises to be bigger, better and more babelicious.

The luminous Sahara Beck captains Brisbabes numero dos bringing with her all the indie folk goodness that she can manage to fit into an evening. Tantalising trio Avaberée serve as second-in-command with their post synth pop pearls and punk producers Alla Spina round off the night with their high octane tunes.

As with all Brisbabes events, attendee’s do not need to be in possession of an XX chromosome to get in on this good time. All that’s needed is a positive attitude that supports the inclusion and celebration of all the absolutely tops music that local ladies are producing in Brisbane…and dancing shoes, those are also required.

Experience the night that has got Brisbane buzzing and come on down to Brisbabes #2.

Sahara Beck has been anywhere and everywhere since she burst on the Brisbane scene as a fresh faced 16 year old singer songwriter. Tracks from her 2014 EP Bloom have enjoyed extensive airplay on triple j and this Sunshine Coast pocket rocket is showing no signs of slowing down with her debut LP looming very close on the horizon.

Local trio Avaberée (pronounced aye-va-ber-ee) have been progressing in leaps and bounds since the release of their EP In Your Arms I Found My Secrets. Impressing at both BIGSOUND 2015 and CMJ 2015 over in New York it is just the beginning for this talented group of ladies.

Love Signs released their single and video for 'Not Used to Losing' earlier this year. These ladies are band favourites in the Brissy music scene, naming bands like The Creases, and Babaganouj among their fans. Their dreamy melodies with nostalgic twangs will have you reaching for a shandy while you seek out cute boys across the d-floor.

Brisbane's very own ska punk quartet Alla Spina are returning to their home country after an extensive club tour saw them traveling all-round the United States. Back in the sunshine state Brisbabes will be the cherry on top of Alla Spina's humungous 'Goodbye' single tour
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By: The Foundry Brisbane