LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE MAY 5TH-11TH

Originally published on Alt Media

Coheed & Cambria: With a career spanning two decades, the post-hardcore prog rockers from New York certainly have an abundance of material to show off to their Australian fans as they return to our country tonight.

Thu, May 5, The Metro Theatre

Sal Kimber & John Flanagan: Two of Australia’s premier alt-coutry/folk singer songwriters join forces tomorrow as they both launch new albums which fuse the Americana musical spirit with an outstanding Aussie twist. The pair initially formed their close friendship whilst they were both simultaneously in Nashville and have since both gone from strength to strength as performers.

Fri, May 6, Django Bar

Claude Hay: The celebrated hillbilly disco aficionado will be commemorating the release of his new single 'Love No More', a track which sees him intertwine bluesy slide guitar riffs on a guitar he built from a ten litre Jerry can especially for the track.

Fri, May 6, Lazybones Lounge

Slow Turismo: Known for their trademark multi-genre infused indie rock, this Canberra four piece have developed a strong presence on the scene. Support slots alongside the likes of Art Vs Science, British India and Safia have seasoned the band's live prowess and made them a force to be reckoned with on stage.

Fri, May 6, Captain Cook Hotel

Jenny Broke The Window: After their extremely successful singles 'Skinny Dip' and 'Black Skeleton', these Sydneysiders are set to take the stage for fans before they embark on a journey to the UK to continue writing their much anticipated debut album.

Fri, May 6, Newtown Social Club

Motez: Following the release of his new The Vibe EP last week, Sydney house music heads will get a chance to see one of Australia’s greatest producers in the field strut his stuff this weekend.

Sat, May 7, Oxford Art Factory

The Wonder Years: These Philadelphia rockers have packed their gear up and made the long journey down under with fellow bands Knuckle Puck and Our Last Days as all three wind their way around our beautiful country.

Sat, May 7, UTS Underground

Yo Preston: Making a name for himself initially on Youtube doing covers of well known tracks, Yo Preston quickly amassed a loyal fanbase. Now following his recent hit single 'Love Yourself vs F*CK Yourself', the viral sensation is set to take the stage of the Oxford Arts Factory.

Sun, May 8, Oxford Arts Factory

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