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Darwin Railway Club goes underground over long weekend

Words by Steve 'Habibi' Kelk | Images: Steve 'Habibi' Kelk & Connor Askham

Ben Evolent and band performing at Going Underground at the Darwin Railway Club (Connor Askham)

It was back-to-back live original music at the Darwin Railway Club over the January long weekend, with the iconic venue putting on excellent gigs over four days, with something for everybody.

The ‘Going Underground | Supporting Live Music in Darwin‘ mini-festival saw the Rails packed out on occasion, testing the staff and giving Darwinites a variety of genres and live music artists to see and hear in a chilled venue just bursting with atmosphere, no matter who was on stage. The inaugural Gin + Jazz Sunday Session held as part of the festival was very well attended by young and old alike and is to be a regular event in months to come.

Artists performing at the event were as follows (not in order):

Tom Anderson of Clockwork Riot performing at Going Underground at the Darwin Railway Club (Steve Kelk)

Fat Pigeon | Kolors | Ben Evolent |Uke Kitchen | David Garnham with Toby Robinson | Clockwork Riot | The Bloody Marys | Crystal & Mel |Kyle Maher | Temperamental |Epic Phannies | Audiograph |Kayoss | Kevin McCarthy

Foldback Magazine was there to capture the atmosphere – check out our gallery of images below:

 

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