Arts & Entertainment

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide March 24

Gypsy & The Cat: After an overwhelming response to their recent single Inside Your Mind, the Melbourne duo are prepared to quickly follow it up with yet another single and a rapid fire four-stop tour around the country.

Thu, Mar 24, Oxford Arts Factory

Hein Cooper: Just before he gets set to jet off to Canada to tour his new album, The Art Of Escape south coast boy Hein Cooper has a run of special album launch shows for his fans in Melbourne, Sydney and his hometown of Milton. Tonight Sydney fans get the opportunity to be the second group of people to hear the new album live.

Thu, Mar 24, Newtown Social Club

The Great Awake: These South Sydney pop-punks are no strangers to live shows and late nights having already spent many nights performing alongside the likes of Kisschasy, Hawthorne Heights and Luca Brasi. This group’s name has been on the lips of anyone who keeps their ear to the ground for the newest and most exciting bands on the scene, so don’t miss this chance to get in on the ground floor.

Sat, Mar 26, Valve Bar

Strange Clouds: This weekend the crew behind Strange Clouds once again take over the beautiful courtyard of the Crane Bar. This time welcoming two celebrated musicians, Nicc Johnson and Mo’funk The DJ, who have both honed their crafts with residencies at the famed Pacha Ibiza. With many locals such as Adamwah, Kris Ramea, Kamorta and the Strange Clouds DJ’s – this will be an afternoon/evening to remember.

Sat, Mar 26, Crane Bar

Brian Wilson: As a co-founder of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson helped to shape the soundtrack of the 60s. On Tuesday Sydneysiders have the rare opportunity to relive those years with a live performance of Pet Sounds in its entirety.

Tue, Mar 29, Sydney Opera House

Vishten: Throughout the past decade, Canadian trio Vishten have dazzled audiences around the globe as they act as Francophone musical ambassadors. Their unique sound is a fiery modern blend of traditional French songs mixed with original instrumentals reminiscent of Celtic and Arcadian genres. With a new album now completed, the group bring it down under for their fans to experience in all of its glory live and in person.

Wed, Mar 30, Django Bar