Sydney’s Live Music Guide Apr 23rd-29th

Originally published on Alt Media

The String Contingent: Renowned chamber-folk trio will be embarking on a national tour in support of their newest release Facets. Combining their divers musical backgrounds from Celtic folk, classical, jazz and contemporary music into a melodic, evocative, exciting and poignant new sound. This approach has allowed them to showcase their individuality whilst simultaneously taking each other to a higher level and eclipsing genres.

Thu, Apr 23, Camelot Lounge

Rare Finds Indie-Club Night: The last Friday of every month will now be used to showcase a monthly curated line-up of Australia’s most promising emerging talent. Entry is free to help provide a platform for local artists to cut their teeth whilst performing to new fans.

Fri, Apr 24, The Sly Fox

Them Bruins: Melbourne four-piece recently turned heads both nationally and internationally with their release Walk A Line. Having received love from Triple J and a multitude of other radio stations and blogs over the past year the band is now right on the verge of making the leap from emerging artist to established name.

Fri, Apr 24, Spectrum

Francesca Prihasti: Originally from Jakarta, pianist Francesca Prihasti was recognised for her talents extremely early, completing a Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) in 2012. She is now set to launch her debut album with special performance this week. Imbibing her original compositions with influences from jazz, latin, classical, pop, folk and ethnic music Prihasti creates something truly special.

Tue, Apr 28, Foundry 616

Ivan Ooze: Having shot onto the scene with a viral Friday Freestyle video campaign and cementing his position in the industry with singles Trippin’ and Jimi Hendrix. Now he is ready to continue on this path of success with a new mixtape The Social Alien and a headline tour. Kicking off the tour in Sydney this weekend Ooze is ready to become a key player in the Aussie hip-hop scene.

Wed, Apr 29, Sosueme, Beach Road Hotel

Soda Open Stage: The Soda Factory Sydney is looking to redefine the open mic night with a new weekly Wednesday jam night. Featuring some of Sydney’s best musicians, guest vocalists and extra special pop-up performances from local talent and touring internationals. You never know who may pop in to play during this new night, already locked in for April and May shows are Jeremy Gregory, Elle May Harris, Amali Ward and Wilson O.

Wed, Apr 29, The Soda Factory

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