Tycho: Tycho’s meticulously crafted electronic music is equally suited to headphones, a blissed-out festival setting or the dancefloor. Performed live by Scott Hansen and his three band members, this show will be an audio/visual stand-out of the summer.
Thu, Feb 2, Metro Theatre
White Lung: Sonically frenetic, White Lung deftly defy genre definitions. Sitting proudly on one side of the punk spectrum, the band unselfconsciously lurch into the realms of melodic rock and pop. Joining White Lung will be attitude-dripping Sydney outfit Phantastic Ferniture, who are beloved for their glowing garage pop and intoxicating vocal stylings.
Thu, Feb 2, Newtown Social Club
From Mania To Revolution: You Am I legend Davey Lane brings together the cream of Australia’s music fraternity to present two full sets of Beatles classics: “Eight Days A Week of Beatlemania (The Live Years)” and “Revolution in the Head (Innovation That Changed The World)”.
Fri, Feb 3, Manning Bar
Trophy Eyes: Hailing from Newcastle, Australia, Trophy Eyes have created a new wave of alternative punk music. Hot off a gigantic year which saw them performing alongside the likes of Parkway Drive, Tonight Alive, Hands Like Houses and The Amity Affliction, the boys from Newcastle are set to take to the stage for their biggest Australian tour ever.
Fri, Feb 3, Oxford Art Factory
Mike Nock and Laurence Pike: Mike Nock and Laurence Pike have shared a musical friendship spanning nearly 20 years. Over this time they have both have created a wealth of divergent and inspiring music. Their two duo albums together have seen them develop a shared language of improvised music as a vehicle for spiritual discovery and storytelling.
Sat, Feb 4, Seymour Centre – Sound Lounge
Alex Parkmen & Friends: After a series of successful performances overseas, Sydney-based pianist Alex Parkmen returns to Camelot Lounge to launch his new album IN THE MOOD. A graduate of Kiev Conservatorium, Alex was trained as both classical and jazz pianist.
Sun, Feb 5, Camelot Lounge
My Leonard Cohen: Performed by Stewart D’Arrietta and a six-piece band, featuring some of Australia's best rock musicians. D’Arrietta’s musical interpretations are gutsy and arresting and the stories he tells give an insight into Cohen’s life and the motivations behind the songs with a sprinkling of laconic humour. Stewart and his band will perform 18 songs including the heartrending 'Suzanne'. The iconic 'Tower of Song', the seductive 'I’m Your Man', the rousing 'Hallelujah' plus many more.
Mon, Feb 6, Sydney Opera House
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