Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 12th-18th

Originally published on Alt Media

Lisa Crawley: New Zealand born, Melbourne based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist continues her east coast tour celebrating her newest single Stanger. Taken from her 2013 album All In My Head this show is set to captivate with sophisticated, thoughtful and charming sounds blended with 60’s pop influences.

Thu, Mar 12, The Newsagency – Marrickville

Hellions: With the release of their second album just over a month ago now Sydney’s own Hellions return to their home town for the halfway point of the tour. Bringing their blend of aggressive, hardcore influenced guitar and melodic punk sound this will be a highly energetic thrilling night out.

Fri, Mar 13, Newtown Social Club

The Dead Love: Sydney based high energy rockers will be unleashing their new single and video clip at a live launch party this weekend. Having recently sold out the Oxford Arts Factory this will be a rare opportunity for fans to experience their electrifying live show in a more intimate setting.

Fri, Mar 13, Brighton Up Bar

Spyglass Gypsies: Sydney gypsie jazz ensemble bring a modern twist which adds an energetic and playful take on the genre. Having launched their debut self-titled album of originals in 2014 and receiving an Australian Arts Council grant they are now set to bring their music to all corners of the country.

Fri, Mar 13, Django Bar

Ainslie Wills: After spending most of 2014 locked away collaborating and writing new material to follow up her critically acclaimed and award nominated debut LP You Go Your Way Ainslie Wills is now ready to emerge and reveal Drive. The collaboration with guitarist Lawrence Folvig was created with the vision of a soundtrack to a long night time drive about finding clarity in your own mind.

Sat, Mar 14, Newtown Social Club

Sydney Rock ’n’ Roll and Alternative Market: Part market, part festival, part meeting place for fans of all things rock ’n’ roll and alternative music. Throughout the day there will be a little something for everybody with fashion/clothing for sale, cafes, food, giant kids games and live entertainment. The entertainment will be provided by US band Big Sandy with Los Straitjackets, Pat Capocci and Mother Truckers.

Sun, Mar 15, Manning Bar

Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson: Celtic sensations make their welcome return to Australia, this time joined by Ali Hutton on acoustic guitar. Hailed as one of the most energetic and daring duos to emerge from Scotland the pair are known for pushing the boundaries of of pipe music to create a live show like no other.

Mon, Mar 16, The Gaelic Club

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