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The Night Squad

RnB/Soul Jam Session

9-11pm, Thursday 28 March

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The Night Squad Jam is a new hub for singers and musicians on the WA circuit and beyond, providing the foolproof mid-week hang – for music and good times lovers alike!

Imagine soul jams and pop grooves, chart classics by artists such as Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson to current sensations like Anderson .Paak. We create, re-imagine and jam it all.

Shouting out to all vocalists, musicians and cheerful people of any level – we welcome you to sing and/or play (or handclap!) alongside our house band, a stew of insanely talented musicians with a diverse and flexible catalogue of songs.

We’re a nuts-and-bolts style jam session. Rock up, pick a song (anything!) and put your name on the list. Our musos are versed in many styles and whilst we pay homage to our soul/pop and jazz roots, our jam embraces all genres from hip hop and gospel to reggae and electronica.

FREE ENTRY
The Moon has an awesome dinner and drinks menu for you to get amongst!

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Perth Poetry Club

Where slams meet sonnets!

2-4pm, Saturday 30 March

Perth Poetry Club – where slams meet sonnets!
Every Sunday from 2-4pm
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You’re not dreaming, and you’re still in Western Australia – it really is a spoken word show every week in central Perth WA, with professional sound, in the friendly retro ambiance of The Moon’s back room.

Everyone’s welcome. Come and listen. Perhaps bring a poem (your own or a favourite) to share in the open mike.

You don’t have to be a poet to enjoy this. There is nothing to join and no need to book.

Entry is free, and nobody is excluded, but we ask people to contribute according to their means so we can meet our expenses.

Open mike spots are 3 minutes, or shorter if it’s busy. We don’t reserve spots ahead of time – turn up on the day and put your name (or your cool stage name:-) on the list.

This is ‘scene central’ for WA poets and poetry fans.

See, be seen, or skulk in the corner in true Western Australian fashion.

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Joan & The Giants

With guest: Jeremy Segue

8-10pm, Sunday 31 March

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Joan And The Giants take the stage at The Moon with Jeremy Segue. Joan & The Giants are an indie alt-pop band from Perth, Western Australia. Formed in 2019 by front woman Grace Newton-Wordsworth and guitarist Aaron Birch. Joan & The Giants blend musical elements from pop, folk, stadium rock & blues. March 4th 2019, marked the release of Joan & The Giants debut single ‘Hold Me’. The band are hitting the road for their first headline WA regional tour, throughout March, April and May.

Their influences include Florence & The Machine, Daughter, Angus & Julia Stone, Amy Shark, Kings Of Leon and Alabama Shakes. Jeremy Segue is the not-so-cryptic alias of Perth songwriter and producer Jeremy Segal. Taking his cues from the great theoriticans of alternative pop – Bowie, Bjork, Brian Eno et al – Segue produces forward thinking music that is well aware of its past, combining processed vocals and soft synth textures with modulated guitar hooks and timeless melodies. Gently carried through contemplative lyricism and thoughtful arrangements, this unique brand of eclectic alt-pop is cerebral, catchy, and emotive. Jeremy has been performing with his band Segue (fka Segue Safari) for just over four years now, and in that time they’ve shared stages with the likes of Cate le Bon, Methyl Ethel, and Deep Sea Arcade. Last November they released their debut full length album Primary Ties – a self-produced 9 track exploration. Jeremy’s solo sets are few and far between, and those upcoming will feature songs from Primary Ties as well as new material.

Music starts at 8pm and entry is always free!

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