Sun Apr 2 2017

Dog Dirt is finally having an EP launch with a bunch of lovely mates playing music and doing readings on a Sunday arvo, upstairs at the Red Rattler.

Dog Dirt:
newly sydney based singer/songwriter exposing her neuroses for the masses. Launching the new EP 'Slow Growth' dealing with depression, love and being trans

Hannah Park:
a singer/songwriter from Wollongong who explores aspects of life such as personal growth, connections with nature and everyday living. Previously playing as a duo with her brother for many years at local cafes and bars, along with growing up singing in choirs and musicals, Hannah has found her voice in acoustic Folk music.

one of sydney's favourite song writers, formerly of hannahband, stripped back to the bone, going straight for the gut

Nothing Rhymes with David:
a former UFC Heavyweight Champion, an accomplished banjo player, a folk plagiarist and a compulsive liar. He aspires to one day get a three-star album review and to be described as "underrated." This is his last Sydney show for awhile. A third album, hopefully, awaits on the other side.

Readings from:
Kenji Khozoei:
a writer and student from so-called sydney. You can follow them on twitter @mfkenji.

Liz Duck Chong:
a writer and musician who dabbles in audio intimacy and misandry, and can be found at @lizduckchong.

Rory Green:
a sydney based poet who writes about jetpacks and trauma. they have performed at subbed in, sad by sad west and were a participant in Express Media's inaugural Toolkits: Poetry program.

Stacey Teague:
a humble boat owner whom likes to pat a dog and write a poem

Victoria Manifold:
a writer from the north of England. Read some of her work here-http://www.thewhitereview.org/fiction/clerical-error/

$10 at the door All Ages! DOORS 2pm

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