Ben Mastwyk & His Millions
+ Loretta Miller Band
+ The Pleasures
Venues 3056

Off the back of his celebrated album, Livin on Gold Street, Ben Mastwyk has reunited with producer Michael Hubbard at the Shrimp Shack to continue pushing the boundaries of his psych-country-rock.

After forging this sound on previous albums, all bets were off leaving the horizon wide open for exploring what country music could be. The resulting 4th album, Let Me At The Night is a veritable beast of genre-bending, synth-laden, guitarmony-driven, cosmic country music. Ben Mastwyk & His Millions will preview their forthcoming album at this very special show at Stay Gold during BMF!

The Pleasures are Catherine Britt and Lachlan Bryan. It’s a collaboration that began with a few late night texts and quickly spiraled into a feverish week of writing and recording in Melbourne, where the pair would dream up songs into the early hours.

Country heartache, 70’s tinged soul and gritty Rock n’ Roll - Loretta Miller is the real deal.

No stranger to adoring crowds, famous rooms, and hot stages, Loretta's audiences are captivated instantly.

Standing on the precipice of her first album, her debut single DOG roared out of the gates in March 2023 and saw Loretta and band garnering rave reviews across Victoria.

Why haven’t you heard of her before? Perhaps you have… Over the past 11 years she’s been the indomitable front woman of Melbourne's beloved cult Soul /Jazz phenomenon JAZZPARTY and in late 2022 she gave us pop tinged anthem EIGHTEEN a collaboration with close comrade Ruby Jones, once again proving her diversity and growing prowess as a writer.

Always a sought after singer, Miller has appeared on recordings with The Teskey Brothers, Harry Angus and Kutcha Edwards as well as sharing stages with Moju, Julia Stone and Emma Donavan. While some say she’s reminiscent of Dolly Parton, others will argue her sound is more like Janis Joplin- evidence she possesses a supreme yet indefinable talent.

Growing up in the Miller family ( she is the niece of Aria Nominated Lisa Miller and daughter of singer songwriter Tracey Miller) she has absorbed music through osmosis from the moment she was born.

Loretta has always had the voice and now she has the songs and band to back it up.

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