Melbourne's imbi is an "artist making their mark on the world with unapologetic truth, self-service, self-belief and self-love". Their flawless combination of the rhythmic and the melodic is an aural delight, and makes the musician unmissable at BMF 2020. Support for the night comes in the form of the incredible neo-soul singer Queen Daddy. Follow the link here for more details.

13 March at Brunswick Mechanics Institute


Casting herself as "a glamorous tragic, a queer pop anti-heroine,” Melbourne's Elizabeth is launching her debut LP, The Wonderful World Of Nature, as part of BMF. Garnering rave reviews for her incredibly poignant lyricism and jarring vulnerability, Elizabeth Mitchell is quickly gaining traction as one of the must-see performers on the Melbourne scene. Along with the launch of the album, Mitchell has recruited a slew of incredible support acts to fill out the night. She’ll be joined by alt singer-songwriter Chitra, genre-melter Katie Dey, and pop-soul artist Eilish Gilligan. Follow the link here for more details.

16 March at Estonian House

The Merindas

Electro-pop duo The Merindas are making waves around the country at the moment, astounding audiences as they celebrate the release of their debut album. The We Sing Until Sunrise tour will make a quick stop at BMF next week, with vocalists Kristel Kickett and Candice Lorrae set to showcase their incredible harmonies and dynamic stage presence. Melbourne indie-rock quartet Key Hoo will also be along for the ride, bringing their unique alt style to the stage and playing tunes from their 2020 self-titled EP. Follow the link here for more details.

19 March at Brunswick Mechanics Institute

Live At The Library

In one of the more ironic shows at BMF, loud punk four-piece Pinch Points are taking over the Brunswick Library to break the silence as only they can. After flooring the crowd as the opening band at Golden Plains 2020, the quartet will shake the stacks with their one-of-a-kind blend of biting and tongue-in-cheek tunes. The show is a free gig as the band double-headlines alongside shimmering dream-pop outfit Tender Buttons. The washy, ethereal sounds from the group are a far cry from their distorted counterpart, but the paired bands will definitely make for a unique experience. Follow the link here for more details.

20 March at Brunswick Library

Bad Apples Presents: Music For The Mob

Curated by the iconic Bad Apples Music, the final day of BMF will feature a massive showcase of some the most incredible First Nations talent around. With Dameeeela spinning tunes between sets, the line-up features loop artist Allara, avant composer Diimpa, hip hop artist Philly and singer-songwriter Kee’ahn, with rap prodigy Ziggy Ramo closing out the show. Follow the link here for more details.

22 March at Shore Reserve

Brunswick Music Festival runs from 9-22 March. For a look at the full program, follow the link here