Originally published on Alt Media
Dead Letter Circus: After spending the early part of this year in the studio perfecting their upcoming album, the Queensland based band is dying to get back on stage. Performing some of their most intimate shows since their very early days, fans can expect an up-close sneak peak into the future of the band.
Thu, Jul 16, Newtown Social Club
Palms: Celebrating their recent signing with Ivy League Records, Sydney’s own Palms will be performing a special free show for their loyal fans. You can expect to hear some of the new tunes the boys have been working on for their forthcoming album.
Thu, Jul 16, The Gladstone
Lucinda Drayton: She arrives in Australia from the UK this week to perform a free show of songs from her The Road Least Travelled collection, which explores the power of music and the strong memories and emotions it can evoke.
Fri, Jul 17, Leichardt Town Hall
Ali Barter & Gordi: With both artists launching brand new singles, they have decided to team up for a very special double-headline show. Both ladies perform a truly engaging and compelling show that often leaves audiences mesmerised by their supreme musical talents and abilities.
Sat, Jul 18, Hibernian House
Spyglass Gypsies: This ever-energetic and playful group stop off in Sydney this week as part of their national tour, spending their unique modern take on traditional gypsy jazz.
Sun, Jul 19, Glebe Town Hall
Freedman Jazz Fellowship Finalists: Finalists from around Australia will perform in a special landmark event on the Jazz calendar. The four finalists including Tal Cohen, Peter Farrar, Mike Rivett and Gian Slater will have the opportunity to perform in-front of distinguished Australian musicians and judges: Zoe Hauptmann, David Theak and Chris Cody.
Mon, Jul 20, Sydney Opera House
Jenny Lewis: Acclaimed LA singer/songwriter closes out our week of great musical events with her only Australian headline show. Touring Australia off the back of her hugely successful and popular third solo LP The Voyager, Jenny’s show has proven to be in high demand, forcing organises to upgrade to the much larger Metro Theatre – so make sure you don’t miss out on this one.
Wed, Jul 22, Metro Theatre