Triple R has announced Test Pattern Transmissions – a celebration of local music throughout March, live from the Triple R Performance Space each Wednesday at 6.25pm.
Featuring some of your favourite Triple R presenters filling in on Test Pattern across the month and a stellar lineup of local acts including:
Wednesday March 1: Wet Lips
Guest host: The Golden Age of Piracy’s Tristen Harris Email: [email protected]
Wet Lips is the trio of lead singer and guitarist Grace Kindellan, bassist Jenny McKechnie (of Cable Ties) and newly revealed drummer Georgia Maggie (of Girl Crazy). The Melbourne garage-punk outfit are set to take over the Triple R Performance Space on Wednesday March 1st, playing tracks from their highly anticipated forthcoming debut album.
Wednesday March 8: Cash Savage and the Last Drinks
Guest host: The Grapevine’s Dylan Bird Email: [email protected]
Ahead of their appearance at Golden Plains 2017, catch country, blues and rock six-piece Cash Savage and the Last Drinks live from the Triple R Performance Space on Wednesday March 8th. Recognised for her supreme storytelling skill, Cash’s third record One Of Us was recently awarded 3RRR Album of the Week.
Wednesday March 15: Julia Jacklin
Guest host: New Pollution’s Kate Kingsmill Email: [email protected]
Currently touring the world, Julia Jacklin and band have added a special Melbourne show at Triple R on Wednesday March 15th as part of our Test Pattern Transmissions series. Catch Blue Mountains born, Sydney based singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin performing tracks from her highly acclaimed debut record Don’t Let The Kids Win.
March 22: Billy Davis & The Good Lords
Guest host: Local and/or General’s Jason Moore Email: [email protected]
Billy Davis is a keyboardist and composer whose music combines the sounds of Hip Hop, RnB and Gospel in tandem with contemporary Jazz and Funk. Billy Davis also boasts collaborations with Silent Jay, Jace XL, Amin Payne and more. His band brings together some of Melbourne best musicians to perform live at Triple R on Wednesday March 22nd.
Wednesday March 29: NUN
Guest host: Neon Sunset’s Annaliese Redlich Email: [email protected]
Set to bring their retrofuturistic jams to the Triple R Performance Space, local synth-punk outfit NUN round out the Test Pattern Transmissions series on Wednesday March 29th. Preview tracks their forthcoming record The Dome due for release in 2017.
All shows: Doors open 6pm. Live performances kick off at 6.25pm.
How to win tickets:Subscribers can email the address for each event above with their full name and subscriber number in the subject line for a chance to be part of the audience. Entries close 2pm the Friday prior to each event.
Please note: You must have a current annual Triple R subscription to be eligible for giveaways. Winners will be notified via email.