LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide July 2nd – 8th

Originally published on Alt Media

Stonefield: Join this four-piece in celebrating the release of their latest single, Golden Dreams, and get a teaser of what is to come for the girls in 2015. Following up their critically acclaimed self-titled album last year, the future looks bright with this new single.

Thu, Jul 2, Goodgod Small Club

Thomas James: Having just released the first song from his upcoming EP Humane, indie-folk singer Thomas James is set to perform his debut live show this week. Previously performing under different names and as part of different projects, this is an exciting opportunity to see James in a new light, up close and personal.

Fri, Jul 3, The Newsagency

The Lulu Raes: Recently this Sydney four-piece have completed sold-out tours alongside Art of Sleeping and Sticky Fingers, but are now proud to be embarking on their debut national headline tour. The boys have been receiving lots of praise on Triple J and other outlets so don’t miss this one. 

Sat, Jul 4, Goodgod Small Club

Tom West: Returning home after a successful tour of Canada and the United States, including showcases at Canadian Music Week, West is back and hitting the road again. Performing in Sydney this weekend to celebrate the release of his latest single Big Balloon and new eight-track EP Oncoming Clouds (out today – Jun 2).

Sat, Jul 4, The Gaelic Club

Batpiss: The Melbourne trio roar into Sydney this weekend with their Biomass album tour. Recorded over five short days, the new album explores darker depths of human existence, daily life, personal and domestic issues and dreamscapes. The live show is ready to serve up a large helping of loud rock and roll, having learnt from the best in TheHard Ons and King Parrot during recent tours together.

Sun, Jul 5, Frankies Pizza

Jackie Brown Jr: The vibrant five-piece outfit formed at UNSW in 2014 (known for their unique brand of soul-pop-rock) kick off their NSW tour this week. Celebrating the release of their new single Dud Street, taken from their debut split-single The 44 Project, which honours all things music and art from Sydney’s Inner West.

Tue, Jul 7, Live & Originals at Mr Falcons

Pigeons & Planes: As a youngster, Jack Grace spent his time writing and recording in his bedroom whilst simultaneously studying piano. Since then he has performed in multiple bands, recorded numerous albums and toured far and wide, but he is just now embarking on a new solo venture, blending his love for songwriting and electronic music.

Wed, Jul 8, Goodgod Small Club

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