Sydney’s Live Music Guide Nov 13th – Nov 19th

Originally published on Alt Media

Husky: Following on from their debut release the band spent almost two years touring all over Australia, Europe and the US before slowing down to spend the last 18 months meticulously writing and working on their second album Ruckers Hill. With an intriguing mixture of upbeat folk tunes and more emotive numbers, the band are masterful musicians with impeccably harmonies and songwriting at the forefront.

Thu, Nov 13, Oxford Art Factory

Morning Harvey + The Tambourine Girls: Having both received positive reviews for their respective releases earlier this year the two bands have decided to join forces for a co-headline tour. Morning Harvey bring a moody, eclectic and soulful rock sound to the show whilst The Tambourine Girls provide a more upbeat Brit-pop/rock sound to produce a show that will satisfy all musical tastes.

Fri, Nov 14, Brighton Up Bar

British India: To celebrate the release of their latest single the band are heading out on the road for a national tour. The tour also feature two very special shows with the band personally selected to support legendary rock group The Rolling Stones. British India are are considered to be one of Australia’s most popular rock groups after seven very successful years so their shows are often in very high demand.

Fri, Nov 14, Oxford Art Factory

Cause & Effect + Josh Butler: Two of the UK’s most sought after acts in the house and bass scene make their way down under this weekend for an intimate club gig that is sure to live up to expectations. Cause & Effect bring their heavy bass garage sound while Josh Butler will explore the deeper house vibes both of which are guaranteed to have the crowd dancing.

Sat, Nov 15, Soho Bar

Trophy Eyes: Hailing from Newcastle Trophy Eyes have recently released their debut album Mend. Move On and to celebrate will be making the trek down to Sydney for the UNFUN Festival on Saturday and a headline sideshow on Sunday. Far from your typical hardcore band this five-piece injects their songs with loads of emotion throughout the lyrics while using the aggressive pop-punk sound to heighten the effect.

Sun, Nov 16, The Lair

Guy Pearce: For one night only Pearce alongside his five-piece band will perform in Sydney to launch his debut album Broken Bones. Up until now Pearce has kept his musical talents relatively under wraps so this provided fans with a rare opportunity to get up close and personal for a night of funky rock ballads written by the man himself.

Wed, Nov 19, The Basement

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