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Tue 19 Jul 2022

Iconic U.S. band Endless Boogie describe themselves as "two or three guitars, whatever amps you got, one wah pedal, one distortion box. The bass, the drums. Reluctant vocals." Yet they are much, much more. In their 25-year career so far, these psych-rock luminaries have not ceased to keep pushing boundaries in their sonic explorations and minimalist jams.

Tue 12 Jul 2022

Melbourne band Cool Out Sun make Afro roots music, peppered with hip hop goodness and a sunny disposition. The supergroup is a cross-cultural enterprise that sees vocalist N’fa Jones (1200 Techniques), percussionist Nui Moon (Digital Afrika) and drummer/producer Sensible J (REMI, Sampa The Great) teaming up to create sultry beats and poetic commentary on a variety of social issues.  

Fri 1 Jul 2022 to Sun 31 Jul 2022
Just Announced
Thu 30 Jun 2022

Rock A Bye Baby returns in 2022! Joins us at Collingwood Town Hall 11am - midday Thursday June 30 with Afro-soul superstar Ajak Kwai and her band!

Kristen Paterson PBS GM
Thu 30 Jun 2022

After an extensive recruitment process spanning continents and skillsets far and wide, we are very pleased to announce the appointment of our new General Manager, Kristen Paterson.  

Thu 30 Jun 2022

Finally! We are in at Collingwood Yards, and we are ready to wind up our Make It Home fundraising campaign. 

Mon 27 Jun 2022 to Sun 31 Jul 2022

Check out this week's PBS Feature Album and the new releases we're loving.

Fri 24 Jun 2022 to Sun 24 Jul 2022

The Leaps and Bounds Music Festival will put the ‘live’ back in live music this winter, with an electrifying program of in-person gigs showcasing the artists, producers and local venues that make the City of Yarra Melbourne’s music capital.
The festival is set to delight live music lovers of all persuasions, with shows across 35 venues from the enduring dive bars of Fitzroy and Collingwood to the historic Abbotsford Convent; from town halls to record stores and everywhere in between.

The Struggling Kings
Mon 20 Jun 2022

Wuigada is a dedicated space where First Nations musicians can share and celebrate music made by other First Nations musicians with PBS audiences.       

Wuigada was named and developed by the highly acclaimed indigenous singer songwriter, Kutcha Edwards. Wuigada in Mutti Mutti means 'to sing'.