LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE MAY 26TH-JUN 1ST

Originally published on Alt Media

Tully On Tully: Following an intense period of song writing and recording, this five piece are ready to take the new refined material from sophomore EP Miles Away to the stage. Deviating stylistically from their initial release, this new EP is a representation of not only their backgrounds but also their experience in the bustling metropolis of New York.

Thu, May 26, Oxford Art Factory

Sea Of Hands Concert: Celebrate the opening of Sea of Hands at the Barangaroo Reserve as part of National Reconciliation Week. Performing on the evening will be Christine Anu and Casey Donovan while the instillation is illuminated in an eye catching manner. Sea of Hands is an evolving two-week installation hosted by ANTaR (the national organisation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander reconciliation and rights).

Fri, May 27, Barangaroo Reserve’s Walumil Lawns

MossyAlthough he's new on the scene with his debut self titled EP, this Sydney artist has been developing the project in his basement studio for well over a year and as such is set to make a big splash tomorrow night.

Fri, May 27, The Oxford Circus

Sydney Chamber Choir: One of the world’s leading conductors, Jonathan Grieves-Smith, joins the esteemed Sydney Chamber Choir for a one night only event featuring a collaboration with the Orchestra of The Antipodes and an Australian premiere of 'Prayer' by Lativian composer Peteris Vasks.

Sat, May 28, City Recital Hall

Japam: Infectious and energetic music which fuses heavy, technical elements with the melodic appeal of 90’s pop has seen Japam secure a loyal following quickly. This weekend they will bring their music to the people to celebrate the release of new EP How’s My EP?

Sat, May 28, Oxford Art Factory

Polaris: One of the breakout stars in the heavy music scene already this year, this weekend sees Sydney band Polaris continue this process by headlining a tour with friends I, Valiance and Justice For The Damned.

Sun, May 29, Red Rattler

Jeff Duff: To mark the launch of his incredible pictorial autobiography book Jeff Duff, his band and many other special guests will perform during special night of music, rare videos and a myriad of other surprises (see page XX).

Tue, May 31, The Basement

Gradz: Rapidly rising Illawarra producer Gradz has scaled the ladder of Sydney’s music scene in just a few short years, and will now be making his debut headline performance at a party that has been a strong supporter from the outset. With his own distinct wavy bass, trap and hip-hop style influenced by his early musical loves he is certainly one to keep an eye on as he puts the finishing touches on an upcoming EP.

Wed, Jun 1, The Wall at World Bar

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