Five local Melbourne gigs to get on your radar

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James Seedy at The Curtin

Fusing together the unusual combination of techno and country, James Seedy is unveiling his latest self-titled EP at The Curtin on Friday February 15. Joined by special guests Miles Brown, Lara Kills and KettoKai, it's bound to be a peculiar night of electronic music, but in the best way possible. More info here.

Drum n Bass Mondays at Radio bar

The iconic Drum n Bass Mondays by Radio Bar are back again. Going down on (you guessed it) Monday February 18, Radio Bar will be welcoming DJ Mistickal Dubmaker to the decks. For a good beat and some good drink specials, you know where to go. More info here.

Louise Goh at The Jazzlab

Classical and jazz pianist Louise Goh is celebrating the launch of her latest solo album at The Jazzlab on Sunday February 17. Collaborating with Craig Strain (electric bass), Darryn Farrugia (drums) and Gideon Brazil (saxophones and flute), the release focuses on original solo works with strong lyrics and a groovy vibe. More info here.

The Mercy Kills at Prince Bandroom

Sleaze punk four-piece The Mercy Kills are heading to the Prince Bandroom on Friday February 15 for a night full of headbanging. They'll be joined by Faster Pussycat, who haven't rocked out in Australia for 11 years. More info here.

Nick Charles, David Blight & Mick Kidd at The Drunken Poet

Dazzling guitarists Nick Charles and Mick Kidd, and legendary harmonica player David Blight are all heading to The Drunken Poet on Sunday February 17 for a sunny blues session. With each musician having a widely-acclaimed career over decades, you know you're in for a treat. More info here.

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