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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Sep 7

MEW Left to Right: Johan Wohlert, Nick Watts, Jonas Bjerre, Mads Wegner, Silas Utke Graae Jorgensen

Client Liaison: Celebrating the international release of their critically acclaimed debut album, Diplomatic Immunity, and their collaboration with Tina Arena, Client Liaison will bring their biggest ever production to Sydney tonight.

Thu, Sep 7, Enmore Theatre

City Calm Down: Set to perform their first headline show in Sydney in almost a year tomorrow night. The group are bringing the first taste of their anticipated second album so get out and hear it live first.

Fri, Sep 8, Metro Theatre

Topology: Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, ARIA Award Nominated classical quintet Topology have recently released a brand new album, Tortured Remixes, and are heading for Randwick to play at the Randwick Twilight Series.

Fri, Sep 8, Prince Henry Centre

James Reyne: Three years ago, James Reyne delivered the closest thing fans will ever get to an Australian Crawl reunion, assembling an exceptional band to play the songbook of Australian Crawl in a completely sold out national tour. This weekend he plays these much loved songs again.

Sat, Sep 9, Enmore Theatre

As Paradise Falls: To celebrate the release of their new record, Digital Ritual, Brisbane’s As Paradise Falls make the journey down the coast to Sydney this weekend. With the record tackling the consumption of media in a digital age it seems incredibly fitting to have the opportunity to detach from your phone and experience the music live.

Sat, Sep 9, Bald Faced Stag

The Beatles’ First Five: Five of Australia’s finest musicians; Kevin Mitchell, Jack Jones, Wes Carr, Paul Gray and Ciaran Gribbin, will perform 40 songs from the Beatles first five albums in one hit-packed night of backbeat, ringing guitars and mind-blowing vocal harmony.

Sun, Sep 10, Sydney Opera House

Danny Howells: With a reputation as a “DJ’s DJ”, with an uncompromising style that he has maintained through the ever-shifting face of global dance music. His impeccable selection, distinctive style and silky mixing have made him a mainstay in the global consciousness since his breakthrough in the late 90s.

Sun, Sep 10, The Greenwood

Mew: A much celebrated and loved experimental rock outfit with a career spanning more than 20 years, across six acclaimed studio albums, with fans the world over – and yet, they have only graced Australia’s shores once. That changes this week! MEW’s latest album and the reason for this new tour, Visuals was recorded and self-produced in Copenhagen, completed in under a year and sees Mew at their most concise, each song representing its own little chapter and narrative.

Mon, Sep 11, Manning Bar

Mark Olsen: Kaleidoscope Music presents Mark Olson (ex-Jayhawks/Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers) and Ingunn Ringvold in support of their new album Spokeswoman of the Bright Sun.

Tue, Sep 12, Leadbelly

Roadhouses: A Sydney based three-piece that plays sedated rock n roll. Their sound is brooding, moody and cinematic; anti-love songs on half speed. Join them mid-week to celebrate their forthcoming self-titled album.

Wed, Sep 13, The Lansdowne

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