Monday Daily Gig Guide 13/12
Hosts of the Monday Daily gig guide Oscar Byrne and Jarred Cross look forward to a big week of live music in our Harbour city from :
Kyoshi @ The Vic – 16/12 – Thursday (free)
Kyoshi have emerged with a distinctive crossover sound of London jazz and psychedelic soul – that soulfully stimulates both the mind and body. Their ethereal live performance will resonate on a spiritual level.
MS. D brings her indie neo-soul energy, and sophisticated soul voice to get the night started. Get down to the Vic for a tasty brew and a boogie.
Get down to the Vic for a tasty brew and a boogie. Free Entry
THE LAZY EYES & FRIENDS XMAS PARTY w/ Salarymen & Kosher Groove – 16/12 – Thursday
The Lazy Eyes are back! Out of lockdown and into the Bowlo for a special end of year Xmas show on 16 December. Come party with the band as they see out the year in style after just announcing their new single Fuzz Jam, and that their debut album SongBook will be out next year.
Rave Tapes @ The Vic – 17/12 – Friday (free)
Rave tapes always put on a fun show, it’s unapologetic and constantly going at a million miles a minute.
YH Presents: Dominic Breen, BoysnLove & Iain T. & The Midnight Tangos @ Waywards – 17/12 – Friday (free)
Young Henry’s are taking over Waywards this December, serving up FREE live music, and booze specials. Headliner Dominic Breen will be bringing the vibes, joined by punk-pop collective BoysnLove and folk blues group, Iain T. & The Midnight Tangos.
Salarymen Christmas Hoedown w/ Matrick Jones @ The Vic – 18/12 – Saturday (free)
Bad Vibrations @ Waywards – 18/12 – Saturday
A dual release launch by Grinding Eyes and The Laurels, two of Sydney finest.
Support from messiest women Good Pash; the finest five Dead Witch; psychedelic blues experience Velvet Trip along with psych-troubadours Dead Radio + more TBA.
DJs will be spinning psych/garage/punk favourites and live projectionists Electric Light Brigade will be bringing the signature Bad Vibes ambience to this special event.
The Monday Daily Gig Guide had a chat to frontman Matt Wicks about the bands new video for their latest track when the night falls, the state of Rock n Roll in Australia and his show this Saturday at Waywards :