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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide June 25

Youth Group: To celebrate the vinyl re-release of their breakthrough album Skeleton Jar over a decade since it’s original release the band is getting back together for three special dates, with only one show in Sydney, to commemorate the re-release.

Fri, Jun 26, Newtown Social Club

Oisima: Hot off his debut album Nicaragua Nights Oisima is now embarking on a national tour, starting in Sydney this week. Bringing a finely tuned mix of contemporary soul, Middle Eastern influences, a background in Jazz and his love for blues and bass, he creates uniquely exotic dance music.

Fri, Jun 26, Good God Small Club

Darts: Following the success of their debut album Below Empty & Westward Bound and the release of breakout second single Aeroplane, Darts arrive in Sydney this weekend to play a special launch show.

Sat, Jun 27, Brighton Up Bar

Patrick James: Returning to Sydney for a special one man show to preview songs from his upcoming debut album while also debuting his new single California Song. Having honed his skills on the busking circuit, Patrick James has become known for his captivating live performance and ultra-engaging vocals.

Sat, Jun 27, Newtown Social Club

Christopher Coleman: Kicking off a short run of shows to help promote their new single, Just Like a Needle, Christopher Coleman and his Collective arrive in Sydney this weekend. Following their debut self titled release in 2014, this new track proves they are no flash in the pan.

Sat, Jun 27, Gut Artspace

Symphony Changes Tune For Tango: Classical music fans are in for treat this weekend as Willoughby Symphony performs Elena Kats-Cherin’s mesmerising Bohemian Tango. Guided by the baton of prominent conductor Warwick Potter the symphony will also perform the symphonic poem Recollecting ASTRORoids, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 6 in D Major and finally Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.21 In C Major with guest soloist Kristian Chong on piano.

Sun, Jun 28, The Concourse Concert Hall

Urban Guerrillas: Having just put the finishing touches on their first album in over eight years, this mainstay of the rock and roll scene is now excited to hit stages again. Over the years this band has captivated audiences everywhere with their exciting and interactive live show, so expect nothing different this time around.

Sun, Jun 28, Town & Country

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