LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide October 15th-21st

Originally published on Alt Media

The Creases: The Brisbane based four piece have recently completed a month long tour alongside The Preatures where they honed their own live performance in anticipation of their headline tour, which kicks off in Sydney tonight. Celebrating the release of their new single Point which has arrived to positive critical feedback and received lots of support on Triple J and community radio.

Thu, Oct 15, OAF Gallery Bar

Mat McHugh: Mat has become somewhat of a jack of all trades when it comes to producing his own music, doing everything from the writing, recording, funding, playing all of the instruments, manufacturing CDs and marketing. Due to this he is extremely excited to have released his new album Waves and to also be heading out on tour to support it.

Fri, Oct 16, Oxford Art Factory

Magic America: The psychedelic rock band hailing from Melbourne have been making waves and helping to solidify the psych rock scene in the minds of Australian music fans. Forming in 2013, the four piece has spent the last couple of years honing their sound through a combination of gigging and studio time which has ultimately culminated in their debut self titled EP which highlights their modern interpretation of psych rock.

Sat, Oct 17, Oxford Art Factory

Crooked Fiddle Band: For the best part of a decade The Crooked Fiddle band have been performing their own brand of high energy, theatrical folk and have amassed quite the loyal fan base. Having recently returned from their fourth tour of Europe, fans will have a unique opportunity to see the group performing with a special guest cellist and some brand new epic tunes at the the Glebe Town Hall.

Sun, Oct 18, Glebe Town Hall

Going Swimming: Over the past year Melbourne punks Going Swimming have been busy recording their debut EP with sporadic breaks to perform and travel. Now that they have competed Deadtime Stories, the guys are set to celebrate with an extensive tour around the country, winding their way into Sydney this weekend.

Sun, Oct 18, Frankie’s Pizza

Laura Marling: The original version of Marling’s fifth album Short Movie received mass critical acclaimed and now with a fresh source of inspiration she has released an expanded edition, Short Movie (Director’s Cut) which will surely arrive to the same response. Arriving in Sydney next week to perform a live show with full band dynamic inspired by the re-release, fans are in for a treat.

Tue, Oct 20, The Enmore Theatre

Gold Class: Launching their debut album It’s You next week, this unique punk-rock band have quickly carved their own niche audience and groove into the Aussie music scene. Characterised by their attacking rhythms, bristling guitar and deep vibrato vocals it’s clear how they gained such a reputation and following so quickly.

Wed, Oct 21, Metro Theatre

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