LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide September 3rd-9th

Originally published on Alt Media

Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox: With a unique vintage twist on modern pop songs, you’ve probably seen this ensemble via their weekly Youtube videos. This is their first tour down under and their only stop in Sydney.

Thu, Sep 3, Metro

Methyl Ethel: The Perth band is heading to the East Coast for their first headline tour ever tonight in support of their lauded debut LP Oh Inhuman Spectacle. Fans can expect an audio-visual journey into pop experimentalism during the live show.

Thu, Sep 3, Newtown Social Club

Born Lion: Sydney’s own no-nonsense rockers are finally capitalising on all of their hard work and momentum with the release of their debut album Final Words, and an ensuing national tour which returns home this week. If you’re after a night of energetic rock and roll, blurring the lines of punk and the Australian rock sound, full of heart, look no further.

Fri, Sep 4, Brighton Up Bar

Selahphonic: Following the release of their debut single Heartbreak Heartbreak, the Sunshine Coast five piece embarked on a tour of the US and Canada. Now after the release of their self titled debut EP the boys hit the roads of Australia, taking their super catchy pop tunes and upbeat joyful live performance with them.

Fri, Sep 4, World Bar

Whole Lotta Love: Now in it’s 12th year of celebrating the rock genius of Led Zeppelin, this weekend sees Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), Simon Meli (The Widowbirds), Dallas Frasca and Frank Lakoudis (The Voice) team up with a nine pice band directed by Joseph Calderazzo to interpret the greatest hits of Led Zeppelin.

Sat, Sep 5, State Theatre

Cosmic Psychos: Even if their sensibilities clash with your own, it is hard to ignore the incessantly catchy riffs of Cosmic Psychos. With the release of their new album, Cum The Raw Prawn, they are taking their catchy pub rock style tunes on the road with a pitstop in Sydney this weekend.

Sat, Sep 5, Newtown Social Club

John Flanagan: Fusing together 70s folk singer/songwriter styling with the contemporary Americana sound has seen Flanagan quickly establish a firm hold in music lovers minds and ears. This weekend he arrives in Sydney to launch new single Whatever Makes You Happy.

Sat, Sep 5, The Stables

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