Gigs are happening every Tuesday night at Babylon Newcastle.
Doors open at 7:00pm. Band starts at 8:00pm.
Gigs at the Underground
Adam Miller Trio | Tuesday 1 March
With a unique approach to the guitar, Adam Miller's music has a melodic sophistication that only comes from years of cross genre hopping. His inclusion of complex rhythms and dissonant haunting phrases, combined with breathtaking riffs and melodies are his signature. His jazz influenced style with finger-picking mastery creates a improvisation filled live performance that is beautifully unpredictable.
Adam Miller - Guitar
Jono Burgess - Bass
Bodie - Drums
Pikoù Panez | Tuesday 8 March
International Women's Day
Based in Muloobinba (Newcastle), on Awabakal Land, Pikoù Panez brings original sounds inspired by progressive folk, jazz, soul and world music. With visceral textures and thick harmonies, this six piece creates both a dreamy and energetic disposition through experimental songwriting/ improvisation.
Mia Peters - Acoustic Guitar/Electric Guitar/Vocals
Naomi Blanch - Saxophone/Vocals
Naomi Jones - Violin/Vocals
Darcy Archer - Percussion/Vocals
Tim Merrikin - Double Bass
Rose Callaghan - Drums/Vocals
Ruby Archer | Tuesday 8 March
Ruby Archer is a 16 year old singer-songwriter from the NSW Central Coast. Her music has been described as angry jazzy pop with feminist undertones and husky vocals. Ruby’s debut EP, 'chamomile tea', produced by Jack Nigro is now out on your favourite online platform.
Ruby Archer - Keyboard/Vocals
Ziv Raz - Guitar
Liam McDonald - Bass
Darcy Archer - Drums/Backing Vocals
The Five Dockers | Tuesday 15 March
The Five Dockers are back for their first show in nearly two years with an updated line up. They will be presenting a mix of jazz tunes from the bebop era and exploring different styles and compositions from many of the greatest players of the time.
Mitch Williamson - Alto Saxophone
Lachlan McKenzie - Trumpet
Yannick Koffi - Guitar
Jacob Graham - Bass
Alex Young - Drums
Trish Delaney-Brown & Friends
| Tuesday 22 March
"Tastefully crafted repertoire, a standout act in our Tuesday Night Jazz series. " Jeremy Borthwick NIMA
The Trish Delaney-Brown Quartet return to NIMA for "a marvellous evening of fine music amongst friends" with songs from their 2018 ARIA shortlisted album 'The Game'; re-workings of favourite standards and new material from their up-coming recording.
"Across 'The Game', Trish Delaney-Brown's vocal scat (in duet and solo) is exquisite, always intriguing, never empty histrionics."
John Hardaker WordsAboutMusic
Trish Delaney-Brown - Vocals
Bill Risby - Keys
Karl Dunnicliff - Bass
Nic Cecire - Drums
Cygan Groove | Tuesday 29 March
Cygan Groove are a melange of consummate musicians whose combined experience traverses jazz, classical, contemporary and world music styles. Fronted by the classic combination of guitar and violin, this frenetic four-piece is sure to baffle and delight. Allow yourself to be transported back to the old-world glamour of the 1940's whilst still enjoying the contemporary flair of the modern world. Be astounded by their versatility as they present an engaging choice of atmospheric colours, perfect for easy listening... through to jaw dropping show pieces that will leave you wanting more.
Pana Watson - Guitar
Anthea Wikstrom - Violin
Brett Naylor - Guitar
Jeremy Burrows - Double Bass