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Courtney Barnett, 22 December 2022

Thu, December 22 2022
 19:00 (local time)
Concert of Courtney Barnett 22 December 2022 in Melbourne

Concert of Courtney Barnett in Northcote Social Club

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This year, we’re thrilled to be celebrating ten years of Milk! Records at Northcote Social Club. Milk! Records was founded in 2012 to release Courtney Barnett’s first EP ‘I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris’. Milk! Records has championed and released over 60 titles in the last decade, supporting local independent artists as well as internationally established acts. 

Milk!’s roster includes Australian artists Courtney Barnett, Jen Cloher, Dyson Stringer Cloher, Hachiku, Liz Stringer, The Finks, Jade Imagine, Mess Esque, Loose Tooth, and East Brunswick All Girls Choir as well as international artists Sleater-Kinney, Chastity Belt, Hand Habits, Tiny Ruins and Bachelor. 

 Milk! has always strived to be a queer and queer-friendly community of artists and arts workers who share their experience, time, resources and presence to transform the music industry into a space of collaboration, discovery, inclusion, and independence. Milk! Records is committed to building relationships based on mutual trust and consent. 

 Milk! was awarded Best Independent Label at the 2015 and 2018 Australian Independent Record Labels Association Awards. 

"It’s amazing and overwhelming to look back and see how much Milk! has grown over ten years. We are incredibly grateful to everyone who has helped out and supported the label along the way, thank you for helping us make so many wonderful memories and share so many beautiful albums! I’m looking forward to what comes next, but for now I’m really excited to celebrate this moment with Milk! & Friends in December. See you at the shows! CB x "

We’re so excited to be celebrating such an important milestone this 2022, and look forward to seeing you at our Double Digits parties to celebrate together.
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About Courtney Barnett

Courtney Melba Barnett (born 3 November 1987) is an Australian singer, songwriter and musician. Known for her deadpan singing style and witty, rambling lyrics, she attracted attention with the release of her debut EP I've Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris in 2012. International interest came with the release of her EP The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas in 2013.

Barnett's debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit was released in 2015 to widespread acclaim. At the 2015 ARIA Music Awards, she won four awards from eight nominations. She was nominated for Best New Artist at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards and International Female Solo Artist at the 2016 Brit Awards. She released Lotta Sea Lice, a collaborative album with Kurt Vile, in 2017. She released her second album Tell Me How You Really Feel to further acclaim in 2018. Barnett's third studio album Things Take Time, Take Time was released in November 2021.

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