The Middle East, Palace Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Image: Carbie Warbie
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Concert clubs

See indie and electro, hip hop, rock and everything in between at any number of the city's premier music venues. Kick up your heals to Nouvelle Vague at the Prince Bandroom in St Kilda, enjoy a killer feed before a night of music at the Northcote Social Club, or see visionary international acts like The Mountain Goats and Yo La Tengo at the Corner Hotel in Richmond. 

Details appear in Melbourne's free street papers Beat and Inpress and weekly lift outs in The Age and Herald-Sun.

Kate Nash, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

170 Russell

From old rockers to indie darlings this city venue has played host to a range of artists including the Dead Kennedys, Blonde Redhead and Kate Nash.

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Forum Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Image: Roberto Seba

The Forum

Catch local heroes and international artists at this spectacular venue where the architecture and interior design add an enchanting edge to any gig.

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My Disco, The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, Australia

The Corner Hotel

Join the locals queuing up to see international bands or local stalwarts most nights of the year at this classic Melbourne pub and live music venue.

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Brian Jonestown Massacre at Hi Fi, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Image: Carbie Warbie

Hi-Fi

This perennial concert club on Swanston Street boasts a dizzying array of bands, DJs and solo performers including Bright Eyes, Goldie and Neko Case.

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Dappled Cities, Prince Bandroom, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Image: Carbie Warbie

The Prince Bandroom

Walk past the famous chalk board sign out front and head upstairs to catch the hottest indie, rock, hip hop and soul acts when they come to town.

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