LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide November 19-25th

Originally published on Alt Media

Deutsch Duke: Over the past twelve months this Sydney soloist has gone from strength to strength and is set to continue the momentum with a run of shows with his new live band. Before heading out on the road for this run though he will perform a free local headline show with support form good mates Beni and MXXWLL. Registration at required.

Thu, Nov 19, Goodgod Small Club

Eden Mulholland: Riding off the wave of success and barrage of praise for his new LP Hunted Haunted, Mulholland continues his east coast tour with a Sydney show tomorrow night. No stranger to touring, his live performances are renowned for delivering both the epic and yet intimate qualities of his music.

Fri, Nov 20, Oxford Art Factory

British India: Recently returned from a highly successful tour of the United States where they played shows in Los Angeles and New York, the Melbourne band will continue their recently started Spring tour in Sydney this weekend.

Sat, Nov 21, Metro Theatre

Dan Flynn and The State Of Things: Celebrating the imminent release of their upcoming album, Preparing For Flight, which is the next step in the musical evolution of Dan Flynn. The new direction is jam-packed with a mixture of bigger production sounds focussing on the energetic live band sound blended with folk, string flourishes and atmospheric synthesisers.

Sun, Nov 22, Petersham Bowls Club

One For The Road: This weekend the Australian music industry bands together to support and celebrate two of their own. In September this year the industry was devastated by the loss much loved production manager Shane Cooper and the serious injury of drummer Mick Skelton in an car accident while on route to a regional Victoria gig. For the event a wide array of acts including Baby Animals, Jimmy Barnes, Diesel, Hoodoo Gurus, Noiseworks and Thirsty Merc will all come together for one super session.

Mon, Nov 23, Enmore Theatre

AU Sessions Season Finale: After nine incredible and intimate events throughout the year this season of the AU Sessions will come to an end early next week. This free event which coincides with ARIA week will be headlined by two wonderful female singer/songwriters, Jordan Léser and Caitlin Harnett.

Tue, Nov 24, The Hive Bar

Tiny Ruins: With a new EP due out next Friday, Tiny Ruins will give fans a sneak peak at her new material with a show in Sydney on Wednesday. The EP is a seven track offering of folk based songs that was two years in the making and is bound to please listeners.

Wed, Nov 25, Oxford Arts Factory

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