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Ezekial Ox: After announcing his solo ambitions in January, Ox has had a phenomenal year which has seen him support the likes of Boots Reily and King of The North. Following on from this live success Ox has written, recorded and mixed his debut EP Raw Styles. The EP has been gathering increasing support from Triple J and community radio stations around the country. To celebrate this success Ox will be heading out on the road with his brand of punk-hop/cabaret in an extremely high-energy show.
Thu, Nov 6, The Vanguard
The Mark of Cain: Set to tour nationally for the first time since March 2013 in support of newest single Grey-11. Live outings by the band are few and far between so inevitably when they happen they muster all of their energy into raw, intense and powerful performance with no dull moments.
Fri, Nov 7, Metro Theatre
The Art: In a rare Australian performance, this will be their first and only show here in almost a year. The Art bring their world-renowned live rock show to Sydney. Not only will this event feature a performance by the band but the entire venue will be transformed into a into a miniature creative convention with two stages, nine bands and multiple stalls for creatives to showcase their art.
Sat, Nov 8, Oxford Art Factory
Pepa Knight: Jinja Safari co-frontman Pepa Knight is yet another artist with solo career aspirations after announcing the release of Hypnotized Vol. 1. This EP is the first volume of songs off Knights debut album set for release in 2015. Having already captured the hearts of listeners with psychedelic pop singles Rahh! and Clams the EP and tour are both highly anticipated.
Sun, Nov 9, Newtown Social Club
Tori Amos: Hot off the heels of her 14th studio album American singer, songwriter, pianist and composer Amos return down under to perform with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Throughout the course of her 22-year career Amos has won numerous awards and crafted some beautiful tracks which will come to life with the Orchestra backing.
Wed, Nov 11, Sydney Opera House
Axe Girl: The pop-punk trio from WA are excited to be heading out on tour in support of their debut record. Funding for the record was by fans through a Pozible campaign which speaks to the quality of the trios music and the passion and loyalty they have generated within their fans. Bringing a fun filled surf-punk vibe with catchy pop hooks, this is guaranteed to be an enjoyable night out.
Wed, Nov 12, Frankie’s Pizza