Arts & Entertainment

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide September 17

Ecca Vandal: Celebrating the release of her new single Father Hu$$la, Ecca Vandal arrives in Sydney tonight bringing charisma and a punk hip-hop attitude with her. With a really cool genre breaking sound blending elements of grunge, punk, electro and hip-hop; Ecca is a force to be reckoned with and possibly one of Australia’s next big break out acts.

Thu, Sep 17, Goodgod Small Club

North Arm: Following an intimate single launch party earlier this month for The Boys, Sydney band North Arm return to the stage with a bigger show ahead of the imminent release of their self-titled debut album. It wont be long before North Arm are leading the dreamy indie music charge so get on board now.

Thu, Sep 17, Oxford Art – Gallery Bar

The Jungle Giants: Having recently inked a deal that will see the Brisbane group exploring options overseas, it’s time to celebrate and showcase their growth from talented teenagers into formidable and creative musicians.

Fri, Sep 18, Enmore Theatre

Bjorn Again: Widely considered one of the most successful tribute bands of all time, Bjorn Again are the closest you will get today to seeing ABBA live. Bjorn Again’s fan base is huge, with tickets selling extremely quickly, so be sure to get in quick while they are still available.

Sat, Sep 19, State Theatre

Cafe Of The Gate Of Salvation: Sydney’s premier gospel choir welcomes special guest Tina Harrod this weekend for a special evening of stirring gospel and soul. Tina has been described in the past as Australia’s answer to Aretha Franklin, while the Cafe choir has performed continuously since it formed in 1986, featuring on shows both around the country and internationally.

Sat, Sep 19, The Basement

Sleeping With Sirens: Following the release of their fourth studio album Madness, Sleeping With Sirens hit the roads for their first Australian headline shows in over two years. Joining them are Storm The Sky, whose recent debut album Permanence received plenty of praise from both fans and critics alike.

Sun, Sep 20, UNSW Roundhouse

Garrett Kato: Originally from Canada, Garrett Kato has called Byron Bay his home since 2011 and has been spreading his beautiful vocal melodies and haunting guitar tones throughout our fine country ever since. With his highly anticipate album That Low And Lonesome Sound releasing last week, Garrett is coming to Sydney this week.

Wed, Sep 23, The Vanguard