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NOT OK Ballarat

Thu 27th Oct

The Eastern, Ballarat

Nice Biscuit
Baby Cool

Thank you to everyone for your love, support and kind words in this not so kind week. It’s sad we wont be together in Charlton next weekend, BUT we have lined up shows for you with some of the amazing artists who were going to play for you in the Charlton Motel Function Room.

These events will be fundraisers for the incredible community groups in Charlton who banded together to make sure the flooding was kept at bay. They worked so hard, and we’re proud of them.

Please try and get along to support the artists, and to support the good work done by all the community groups around Regional Aus. We’ll be selling merch too, with all profits going to the cause.

Nice Biscuit

Brisbane’s Nice Biscuit creates their distinct vision of psychedelic and garage rock by blending together harmonised vocal melodies and driving instrumental grooves. Vocalist Billie and Grace, bring their ethereal and powerful vocal harmonies, synchronised dancing and matching costumes to create a visually stunning live performance. Along with fuzzy instrumentals, melodic lead guitar sections and tight rhythms, Nice Biscuit create a sonic exploration of psych-rock that can’t be missed.


Creating raw and powerful music out of Naarm/Melbourne, ENOLA brings a modern telling of post-punk, grunge and shoegaze. Following the release of their debut EP by Burning Rose Records in 2019, a new cathartic post-punk scream comes from ENOLA, evolving from an electronic production background. From the most tender ballads to criminally heavy grunge ENOLA traverses the rollercoaster of emotions in their set with poignant and uninhibited vocals that are brought to the spotlight with the energy of a full band. ENOLA has recently supported the likes of Divide & Dissolve, RVG & Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and are a force to behold.

Baby Cool

Marrying psychedelia with folk and a touch of country, Baby Cool is the latest side project by Nice Biscuit co-front woman Grace Cuell.

“The songs are deeply sentimental. I have a lot I need to sing about to help me make sense of this earthly pod I have been gifted. If in singing these words out loud, I can help others find solace in knowing that we’re all out here flailing about in the cosmos, then it feels good to me.” – Cuell

Earlier this year, Baby Cool hit the road with the Babe Rainbow, performing on the renowned stages of the Princess Theatre (Brisbane) and the Metro Theatre (Sydney). With Cool’s live band composed of members from Nice Biscuit, The Flamingo Jones and Cigarny Weaver, it is no surprise these shows were met with rave reviews.

Baby Cool is set to release music later this year via Virgin Music Australia, Greenway Records (US) and Bad Vibes (UK).

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