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The Maze: Tonight this Sydney five piece––which has rapidly gained a loyal following while also having the opportunity to share the stage with The Delta Rigs, British India and Mental As Anything––will launch their new single. Influenced by The Beatles, The Strokes, The Killers and Kings of Leon, the boys are known for their honest songwriting approach and catchy tunes.
Thu, Dec 17, The Factory Floor
Jesse Davidson: Celebrating the release of his new EP Lizard Boy, Jesse Davidson has been slowly snaking his way across the country playing festival shows, he caps this off this week with a headline show in Sydney. Known for his heavenly vocals and mature songwriting, this may be the last chance to see him before he blows up on the scene.
Fri, Dec 18, Banquet at The World Bar
Richard In Your Mind: With new music and a refreshed lineup in their toolbar, the psych-pop boys from Sydney are about to finish up their latest run of shows with the final show in Sydney tomorrow night. After almost a decade on the scene, six different releases and now coming to the end of a two month tour, the boys are certainly prepared for an amazing night of live music.
Fri, Dec 18, Newtown Social Club
Jim Lawrie: 2015 has been an exciting year for Jim with appearances at a number of festivals and also releasing his second full-length album Eons. Now to close out the year he has just released another new single, Antisocial, which is a true fist-pumping anthem that points the finger right back at the worst parts of society. To celebrate this release Jim arrives in Sydney for the second leg of his tour on the weekend.
Sat, Dec 19, Brighton Up Bar
Jimmy Giggles Christmas Party: Jimmy Giggles has been touted as the next big thing in children’s entertainment with his down-to-earth but hilarious music and shows. This weekend he will be hosting his Christmas Party show in Sydney for all of Sydney’s kids, which is bound to be a great evening out.
Sun, Dec 20, Enmore Theatre
Tempura Nights: The Brisbane four piece infiltrates Sydney this week to both celebrate their two recent singles, Mr Tone and Studville, whilst simultaneously teasing their upcoming EP due early next year. Since their inception the group have been churning out their unique fusion of garage/punk rock and etherial pop for fun.
Mon, Dec 21, Newtown Social Club