LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide September 10-16th

Originally published on Alt Media

Yumi Zouma: Beginning in 2013 as a project between friends from Christchurch that was never meant to see the light of day, this band quickly turned into something massive when they were encouraged to release their debut EP, which received overwhelming acclaim. Now with the release of EP II, the group returns to Australian shores with their effortless and engaging sounds.

Thu, Sep 10, Goodgod Small Club

Perch Creek: This Melbourne quintet made up of four siblings and one partner returned to the touring circuit this month following a break earlier this year to focus on their writing. The fruits of their labour can be heard on their upcoming third album and new single Mama Sings, which has a refreshed and revitalised sound to go with their recently shortened band name.

Fri, Sep 11, Newtown Social Club

Dress Up Attack!: Families looking for a fun unique day out need search no further than this special combined music and arts festival for both children and grown ups–featuring some of Australia’s best musical acts such as The Presets, Hoodoo Gurus, Bloods, Ta-Da!!! and Kiddyrock. Combining music, dance workshops a reading area and more, this is a great event for all ages where dressing up is strongly encouraged.

Sat, Sep 12, Sydney Portugal Community Club

Music In The Park: Welcome in the lovely Spring weather outdoors on a relaxing weekend afternoon, and be delighted by the sounds of some of Sydney’s finest young musicians. With performances by a range of ensembles combining jazz, string and concert band sounds. This is a free event where you’re welcome to bring a picnic basket or enjoy one of the many small stalls offering sausage sizzles, gelato and cakes.

Sat, Sep 12, Pioneers Memorial Park

Outland Brothers: Hailing from both South Australia and Victoria, the band is set to release their debut LP God Is Drunk In Charge and will be hitting the roads to celebrate. With a low-fi, alt-country sound supported by the wonderful harmony vocals and melodic ukulele skills of their singer Michelle Morgan, this is bound to be a fun show for fans of the genre.

Sun, Sep 13, Gasoline Pony

Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra: In an exciting new concept bringing together one of the worlds most exciting and innovative independent jazz orchestras, who just so happen to be locally grown, and a feature an Australian composer, this time it is one of Australia’s living legends trombonist Dave Panichi. This show will push the boundaries as the two great acts join forces to perform original and playful music written specially for a big swinging band.

Mon, Sep 14, Foundry 616

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