July line ups

Music on the Hill, Friday 1 July, Red Hill Pavilion, doors open 7pm.

Sweet Jean, Harrison Storm

Sweet Jean (Sime Nugent and Alice Keath) kick off their National launch tour in support of their much anticipated sophomore album, Monday to Friday with a special performance in duo mode at MOTH on Friday July 1. The new album builds on the duo’s reputation for evocative songwriting and razor-sharp harmonies, with a grittier approach to the studio. The songs range from expansive, vintage synth-driven stories about space exploration, to jangly, deadpan narratives about loss, longing the minutiae of everyday life.
Sweet Jean “can break your heart one minute and mend it the next. The duo has a natural ability to transport their audience to the heart of their songs”. The Au Review

Doors open 7pm. Tasty food, local wines and beer available. Tickets available here. 


SWEET JEAN – Shiver and Shake

HARRISON STORM – Sense of Home


MOTH Acoustic Club, Sunday 31 July, Red Hill Pavilion, doors open 5pm (show 5.30pm – 7.30pm)


William Crighton and Claire Anne Taylor

MOTH brings a new music event in an intimate environment. Singer songwriters performing original songs – often unplugged, usually acoustic, always different.
The first Acoustic Club will be a double headline show featuring two of Australia’s newest singer songwriter talents. William Crighton and Claire Anne Taylor will perform songs from their debut albums accompanied by double bass and snare drum.
” It looks like it’s gonna be a big year for Claire Anne Taylor… what a voice!” Sarah Howells, Triple J
William Crighton – Mesmerising debut album ****1/2 stars. The Music.
Crighton is a major talent. ****1/2 stars. Courier Mail

Doors open 7pm. Tasty food (Helen and Bec’s Winter Chilli), local wines and beer available. Tickets available here.



CLAIRE ANNE TAYLOR – My Mother the Mountain