Brunswick Picture House

30 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads NSW 2483


The retro-edged pop rock of Crepes is celebrated in their new album, “In Cahoots”, and they’re bringing it here to Bruns.

Channeling inspirations as diverse as Devo, Gary Numan and Cass McCombs, the band brilliantly blends the faraway and the familiar. On the bill and sure to make their mark is the Family Jordan, the melodic and hugely acclaimed rock group from Brisbane.

Melbourne-via-Ballarat five-piece, Crepes, have just released their sophomore album, In Cahoots via Spunk Records. In Cahoots marks a new chapter in the retro-edged pop rock of Crepes. With all songs written together and recorded live for the very first time, Crepes emerge with a newfound energy and synergy. From Ballarat to the big smoke of Melbourne, Crepes have come a long way since forming in high school. Driven by Tim Karmouche (guitar, vox) and brothers Nick (drums) and Pat Robbins (bass), Crepes added Sam Cooper (guitar) and Jackson Dahlenburg (keys) to the mix to become a band that brilliantly blend the faraway and the familiar.

The album was recorded in early 2018 at John Lee’s Phaedra Studios in Coburg. A newfound trust in each member’s musicianship and delight driven by collaboration meant In Cahoots was completed in a mere six days.

Discount: Early Bird and Housemates

Adult $20 | Concession $18