Beloved Elk are a two-piece who belie easy description or genre pigeon-holing. If you like hypnotic, melancholic, rhapsodic, sonic soul tonic, then they might just be for you. But don’t take our word for it…
“Really like what these guys are putting out – kind of unpredictable, intelligent indie rock.” Dave Ruby Howe – music director of triple j unearthed.
“8/10…an ethereal release from a promising Australian band.” Tone Deaf
“…Such fragile futility, such understated fecundity, with dark gleaming pop echoing in the chambers…” Sonic Masala
“You guys… your music was like, therapy for my head – and your drummer, man…” Random Tote Punter
They’ll be joined on the night by Jules Sheldon, who is a great bloke and an even better songwriter. Playing in support of his new album Football, Trams, Parties, & Other Extended Highlights, produced by Laura MacFarlane (Ninety-nine, Sleater-Kinney), Sheldon will take you on a tour of the inner-north, weaving tales of suburban traditions past, social anxieties, and the intricacies of house parties into concise, intelligent pop.