Monday Daily gig guide 25/10

We are back! Yes that’s right praise the live music gods, after 100 + days in lockdown gigs have returned and oh boy doesn’t it feel amazing. Here are some local shows we can look forward to this week!

Lets kick it off with a show at the lazy bones in Marrickville tomorrow night :

The Harry Ashton Band “639” Single Launch – Lazy Bones (26/10/21)

Mr Harry Ashton, the young prince of sultry soul sound waves. 6 months on from a sold out April 2021 show at The Vanguard, Harry and his the band return to the live music scene for a second headline show, launching Harry Ashton’s latest post-lockdown release, “639”. It’s a groover, I’ve been spinning it all week, it’s just one of those tunes that gets your body movin and the serotonin flowin, he always puts on a belter of a show and the lazy bones is of course an iconic inner west venue.


Huck Hastings – Waywards (28/10/21)

Next up we have Huck Hastings and his band at Waywards in Newtown. Love his story telling lyrical, really brings you into his world with relatable and amusing lyrics that are coupled with a really fun indie pop drive. Particularly his tune it’s alright / it’s cool, which comes off his debut record which came out this year, cheers to progress. The group will be playing tracks off that album as well as testing out some brand new tunes. Join Huck and friends for an intimate night of storytelling at either the Early show 6:30 or Late show 9:30


August Auzins + Repo Man (Graveyard sessions – The Lansdowne) Friday (29/10/21)

On Friday night, there’s a new instalment of the graveyard session at the Lansdowne hotel ! Gracing the stage this Friday will be Sydney outifit, August Auzins, who’ve gotten a spin a few times on the station. These guys serve up some truly beautiful sinister sounds with dark and dirty guitars coupled with lyrics that delve into the bleaker aspects of life but at the same time there’s still something truly uplifting about their music.

Supporting them will be noise makers repo man, prepare to have your face melted off when they take the stage. Thumpin Peter Hook esque bass lines, incomprehensible lyrics and piercing guitar lines, what more can you want ?

Bands will start at 9pm and it is of course free

Stay safe and keep supporting local live music ! xx

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