LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE JUN 30TH-JUL 6TH

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Miles De Carteret: A collaborative venture between singer/songwriter Miles de Carteret and producer/drummer Danny Barwick which was formed this year due to a shared vision of creating evocative music blending electronic elements with live performance.

Thu, Jun 30, Marly Bar

Abbe May Photo: David Collins

Abbe May Photo: David Collins

Abbe May: Back bigger and better than ever after a tumultuous few years, Abbe May says she has channeled her “inner bitch” and urges everyone else to do so also. For Abbe she says the title "bitch" givers her power rather than degrades her, because it gives her a sense of freedom from others opinions and limitations.

Fri, Jul 1, Newtown Social Club

L D R U: Hot off a platinum record and the number 22 slot on Triple J’s Hottest 100 with his single 'Keeping Score', L D R U returns with his biggest Australian tour to date. Known for his innovative future bass sound, this one is guaranteed to be a fun party atmosphere.

Sat, Jul 2, Oxford Arts Factory

Nadya & Zoran’s 101 Candles Orkestra:  Why not get off the couch and enjoy a night out this election? Either celebrating or commiserating the result, with some gypsy jazz, French chanson and Eastern European music thanks to the father and son team of Zoran and Sasa Toderovic followed by the 101 Candles Orkestra.

Sat, Jul 2, Camelot Lounge

Tracy McNeil & The Good Life: Fresh off the release of her fourth studio album, Thieves, the travelling country-rock musician and her band are set to hit the stage to celebrate.

Sun, Jul 3, The Marrickville Bowling Club

Lah-Lah: One for the kids this weekend as the award winning ABC show jumps off the television screen and onto the live stage. Not only will this show entertain kids during the school holidays, it will also be an educational journey into music and musical instruments.

Sun, Jul 3, The Juniors

Mister Maker: Another one for the little ones as yet another ABC children program makes it’s way to the stage and encourages audience members of all ages to sing-a-long and break out the arts, crafts and paints for a fun Monday event.

Mon, Jul 4, Opera House Concert Hall

Okenyo: Taking a break away from a wild national tour with Urthboy and L-Fresh The Lion to launch her new single in a incredibly intimate live performance.

Wed, Jul 6, Oxford Circus

Phantastic Ferniture: Four best mates who booked their first show before even writing their first song have since gone on to become the indie-rock darlings of Sydney. Their infectious hooks, big harmonies and deep grooves have seen them rapidly ascend the ladder of the industry and are now in the midst of their first headline tour.

Wed, Jul 6, Newtown Social Club

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