Originally published on Alt Media
Kylie Auldist & Aarandha: Two jewels of the international soul scene, Australia’s own Kylie Auldist and New Zealand’s Aaradhna, come together with a mission to pack out dance floors across Australia. Both ladies are renowned for their souring vocal work, meaning this is bound to set dance floors ablaze.
Thu, Oct 13, The Beresford Hotel
The Panics: With the release of their fifth studio album late last week, the ARIA-winning alt-rockers are traversing the country to celebrate with fans. Kicking off tomorrow night in Sydney, The Panics plan to play all of the new tracks as well as a selection of their much loved and revered back catalogue.
Fri, Oct 14, Oxford Art Factory
Jenna Cave’s Divergence Jazz Orchestra: The Divergence Jazz Orchestra is made up of nineteen of Sydney’s most accomplished young musicians led by Jenna Cave (conductor/composer) and Paul Weber (trombone). Their sound brings the spirit and tradition of improvised jazz music to the 21st Century big band; where captivating grooves, memorable melodies and expressive orchestrations are executed with outstanding musicianship and soul, with rhythm as its cornerstone. The upcoming show serves as a launch celebration for their new record Fake It Until You Make It.
Fri, Oct 14, Foundry616
Misguided: The lads have had a killer year so far, releasing their debut single and film clip ‘Know The Enemy’ to an extremely warm welcome. With the buzz the group from Brisbane have been able to generate in their own state and over the airwaves, they are now preparing to conquer the east coast and Sydney.
Fri, Oct 14, Bald Faced Stag
Kingfisha: Following up their recent tours of South Africa, Swaziland and Mozambique, Kingfisha are now heading out on the road at home again. Commemorating the release of their second album Offered It Up.
Sat, Oct 15, Newtown Social Club
Lime Cordiale: With their live show overtaking countless local and international stages over the last two years. The five-piece from Sydney’s northern beaches have sold-out each of their hometown headline shows since 2014 across a sizeable list of Sydney venues, help keep the streak alive this weekend.
Sat, Oct 15, The Lair
Clowns: Melbourne punk-rock hedonists Clowns invade Sydney this weekend to showcase their sweaty skate-punk stylings, which have seen them touring throughout Europe recently.
Sun, Oct 16, Blackwire Records
Archie Roach: A man of few words, but when he speaks or sings, those words lift you up, transport you, and humble you. Playing tracks from his tenth studio album for the first time, as well as selections from an extraordinary career, this show will be a celebration of Let Love Rule’s main theme: love.
Wed, Oct 19, City Recital Hall