Monday Daily Gig Guide
Over the weekend, Oscar headed to the nation’s capital to see dream indie pop-rock locals Sesame Gurl at the Polish Club, who were featured on last week gig guide, and Monday Daily Host Jarred Cross checked out one of 2SER’s favourite bands Shinning Bird at the Oxford Art Factory. Here what you can look forward to this week :
Andy Golledge/Noodle house – 12/5
OAF’S weekly live music series presented in collaboration with Create NSW presents a series of diverse, original Australian live music events running across every Wednesday for three months.
The king of country and inner western himself, Mr Andy Golledge himself, will be gracing the stage with his hard-hitting, knee-slapping, cowboy hat twirling belters. He was nice enough to shed light on why people should come along.
Mary’s graveyard sessions – 14/5 – 11 pm – Kitten Heel X Megafauna
On the following night, another rendition of the Lansdowne’s graveyard sessions series is kicking off at 11 pm. Taking the stage will be Megafauna, an all-female three person-sized five-piece from Sydney who conjure up the best Sparkly freak rock that celebrates Australian landscapes.
Also playing on the night are kitten Heel. They serve up the best in clanky but hard-hitting indie-dance group, equal parts floor-filler and heartbreaker. Expect lots of synths hahaha.
24 HOUR party – 15/5- Many Venues
To celebrate the return of dance-floors and all-around partying in general, we are thrilled to be a part of the 24 Hour Party, taking place across 11 venues throughout Sydney.
17 stages will be adorned with entertainment scheduled throughout a 24 hour period across venues from Newtown to Kings Cross and out to Parramatta. Kings Cross Hotel, The Marly, The Bank, Goros, The Golden Sheaf, The Albion Parramatta, Barangaroo House, The Erko, Public House Petersham, The Sackville Rozelle, Darlo Bar and The Clock Surry Hills are all up for the party.
You can catch : Megafauna, Dead Witch, Hayley Mary and The Melodrones among other great artists.
Keep in mind that these events may change or be cancelled in response to the ever-changing COVID19 situation.