LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE SEP 1ST-7TH

Originally published on Alt Media

Palace Of The King: This band brings their signature blistering and energetic rock-n-roll sound to Sydney tonight as they celebrate the recent release of their album Valles Marineris.

Thu, Sep 1, Frankie’s Pizza

Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds: Summoning the Mexican muse of The Great Spider Goddess of Teoticuhan, who sprouts hallucinogenic morning glories and protects the underworld, or in Kid’s eyes, the world of underground music.

Thu, Sep 1, Oxford Art Factory

As A Rival: Fast becoming one of the most hard-hitting, hard-working, explosive live bands on the Australian punk rock scene, this band continue to deliver upon their unrelenting live shows, clearing the bar they continue to raise with ease.

Fri, Sep 2, Valve

Gabriella Cohen: A recent arrival to the Melbourne music scene after relocating from Brisbane at the end of 2015, Cohen has quickly established herself as a brooding storm dressed in silk, gaining well-deserved attention with her vivacious live shows that mesmerise audiences into surrender.

Fri, Sep 2, Brighton Up Bar

Sarah Mary Chadwick: With an unflinching approach to songwriting Sarah Mary Chadwick introduces complex, often difficult subject matter such memory, grief and personal analysis in a way that few songwriters are capable of.

Sat, Sep 3, Newtown Social Club

Twelve Foot Ninja: After this show the band will immediately jet off to the USA, where they will spend their September and October travelling and playing festivals alongside bands such as Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Deftones, Alice In Chains and Slayer. SO don’t miss your chance to catch them locally.

Sat, Sep 3, Bald Faced Stag

West Thebarton Brothel Party: After being named as 15 Artists to Watch by The AU Review in 2015, and triple j Unearthed also tipping their hat in their Ones to Watch in 2016 list, West Thebarton Brothel Party have not disappointed. The last six months have seen the Adelaide 7-piece release their single ‘Red Or White’ to critical praise and significant national and community radio play.

Sun, Sep 4, King Street Crawl

Sato & The Romantics: Japanese/American violin star Shunske Sato will lead the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra into some rarely visited territory – historically informed Romantic music, performed on gut strings. Together they'll perform music of the Romantic giants Mendelssohn, Grieg and an epic and rarely-heard violin concerto written by one of history's greatest and most revered violinists, Paganini.

Wed, Sep 7, City Recital Hall

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