LIVE WIRE – SYDNEY'S LIVE MUSIC GUIDE MAR 9TH-15TH

Shag Rock: The end to 2016 was amazing for Shag Rock with their single "Sunbleached Girl" picking up over 250,000 Spotify streams and becoming a pre-party anthem for youngsters all over the globe. Now the Brisbane four piece are continuing their momentum into 2017 with the release of a new record, a rowdy new video and a tour stop in Sydney tonight.

Thu, Mar 9, The Corso Hotel

Frightened Rabbit: The Glaswegian-based five-piece are set to play a cheeky run of east-coast dates, stopping in Sydney tomorrow. This show will be the first opportunity for Australian audiences to see the band performing tracks from the album live.

Fri, Mar 10, Oxford Art Factory

Tubular Bells For Two: This show is amazing!…. two Musicians juggling over 20 instruments.  The multi-award winning performance has been a sell-out hit at festivals around the world and is truly spellbinding – as they say, a work out with instruments!

Sat, Mar 11, Seymour Centre

CREO: Building a reputation for being an incredible live act, CREO’s ability to translate their meticulously textured indie-rock sound into a ferociously loud and energetic free-for-all is one of the key elements that made people sit up and take notice. Tonight they perform the second show in their month long residency at Bald Faced Stag.

Sat, Mar 11, Bald Faced Stag

Martha Wainwright: Returns to Australia for an extensive ten stop tour with her three-piece band, comprising drums, piano and bass. This full show setup will build upon the beguiling vocals and guitar of Wainwright for a fantastic show.

Sun, Mar 12, Oxford Art Factory

Maggie Ferguson Tango & Friends: Presenting an evening of exceptional tango beauty. Be introduced to the sultry beauty of the tangos of the golden age (1940s) to the brilliance of Tango Nuevo (post 1955), including the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla, played by the quintet line up for which he wrote them.

Sun, Mar 12, Camelot Lounge

Nicolas Jaar: Chilean-American electronic composer, Nicolas Jaar will perform his only headline performance outside of the Golden Plains festival this coming Monday. Jaar’s live show is characterized by its minimal production; his electronic performance art stands on its own, enhanced by strategically placed lights and occasional clouds of smoke across sprawling fluid sets. Nicolas Jaar creates dance music that bridges the space between high art and the club; an artist in the truest sense of the word.

Mon, Mar 13, Metro Theatre

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