Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Kesmar, Unkown Mortal Orchestra , Winston Surfshirt , Slum Sociable


band members

Dillon, Reg and Hamish


Influences

Prince, Steely Dan, I Know Leopard, Client Liaison, Bee Gees, Daryl Hall & John Oates


Website

Gig

Bread Club

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

30 Jul

Northcote Social C...

Melbourne, 3070

Northcote

7:00pm

Bio

Bread Club formed in the wild times of 2016 out of three dreaming bread enthusiasts ambition to start a band in which they could play the disco/funk/pop that warmed their souls while also simultaneously throwing their favourite carb loaded loafs into the crowds of friends and fans at their shows. However after the initial clean up they were forced to undertake after their first gig they thought it best to not trouble the small venues of Sydney with the mess. Nonetheless the name stuck!

Bread Club is a band comprised Dillon, Reg and Hamish! The three all live together in space lovingly known as the bakery where they are currently baking up some tasty tunes!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

26 May 2021

Triple J
40

The dress code for Bread Club fans - besides loafers - is your finest satins and pleathers. Smooth but sticky like a humid night on the dancefloor.

The dress code for Bread Club fans - besides loafers - is your finest satins and pleathers. Smooth but sticky like a humid night on the dancefloor.

Review

Review by Ash McGregor Ash McGregor

22 May 2021

Triple J
40

we love our Bread Club, we love our butter - but most of all i love this track of unrequited love, masked in a synth clutter

we love our Bread Club, we love our butter - but most of all i love this track of unrequited love, masked in a synth clutter

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 May 2021

Triple J
40

we should all thank bread club for consistently making us feel like we're better dancers than we probably are. or is that just me?!

we should all thank bread club for consistently making us feel like we're better dancers than we probably are. or is that just me?!