Originally published on Alt Media
Ash Grunwald: With more than 12 years in the industry under his belt and on the cusp of releasing his ninth studio album, Grunwald has cemented himself as Australia’s most prolific blues artist. This weekend Grunwald brings all of this experience and talent to Sydney to launch his new album, Now.
Thu, Oct 8, Newtown Social Club
Trophy Eyes: After two months touring across North America alongside The Amity Affliction and many others on the Vans Warped Tour, the Newcastle born and bred band return home this weekend. Having spent all of this year touring internationally, Trophy Eyes have polished their powerful punk live show to a pristine shine and are ready to bring it home to Australia tonight.
Thu, Oct 8, Bald Faced Stag
First Ladies Of Soul: If you’re a big fan of Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross or Etta James, The Camelot Lounge has curated the perfect night of live entertainment for you. Featuring singers Jo Elms, Liza Ohlback and Amanda Easton supported by a first class band this will be a captivating night of brilliant soul voices and music.
Fri, Oct 9, Camelot Lounge
Last Dinosaurs: Hot off the heels of their blistering set at Splendour In The Grass, the Brisbane indie guitar-pop four piece begin the home stretch of their Wellness album tour tomorrow night.
Fri, Oct 9, The Enmore
World’s End Press: Previously described as a cross between LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip with a more brooding edge, the band have been receiving a lot of online buzz and are now set to tour around the country. Arriving in Sydney tomorrow with their visceral live set which is bound to have dance floors rocking, this is sure to be an exciting evening.
Fri, Oct 9, Civic Underground
Ali Barter: Indie-pop darling Ali Barter travels north from her home in Melbourne to our fine city of Sydney in support of her latest release AB-EP, which is unbelievably charming and catchy. Over the years Barter has certainly grown in confidence as a singer and musician so this will be a great chance for Sydney fans to see this confidence live and in person.
Sat, Oct 10, Brighton Up Bar
Bad Pony: Having teased us for almost a year now with intermittent shows up and down the east coast, Sydney band Bad Pony have finally announced a massive 14 date tour in support of their debut EP Limbo. The quintet has drawn a lot of praise for the intricate tunes with endless hooks and unique uses of percussion which will be bolstered in the intimate environment of SOSUEME.
Wed, Oct 14, SOSUEME