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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 29

Kele Okereke Photo: Rachael Wright

Claude Hay: Has become a permanent fixture on the live circuit and rightly so. He has clocked up four albums since hitting the scene a decade ago and his music has taken him across the country and the world. The new song is classic Claude Hay, jaunty drums bustle along with gritty guitars straight out of Claude’s home studio backing up one of the best voices around, Still Want More is typically impressive work from Australia’s leading DIY swagger rock technician.

Thu, Mar 29, Lazybones Lounge

Maverick: Sydney’s Maverick are really ramping things up in the lead-in to the release of their new EP State of Mind! As part of this push into the minds of Sydney music fans the band will be performing live tonight so head out and run amok with them.

Thu, Mar 29, AM//PM

Kele Okereke: Ditching the chaos of the clubs for the calm of a cosy club Kele Okereke will take to the stage at Sydney’s The Basement tomorrow night. Legendary for dissecting the tumult of modern life through his much-loved back catalogue, the Bloc Party frontman has taken a step back from the bright lights and moved into some more hushed and delicate atmospheres this time around.

Fri, Mar 30, The Basement

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs: Join Sydney Philharmonia Choirs on Easter Saturday, for an epic presentation of one of JS Bach’s greatest choral works, his majestic B Minor Mass. For this one-off performance, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs will be joined by four of Australia’s finest baroque soloists – Janet Todd, soprano; Sally-Anne Russell, mezzo- soprano; Andrew Goodwin, tenor; and David Greco, baritone, with the magnificent sound of the Sydney Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Music Director, Brett Weymark.

Sat, Mar 31, Sydney Opera House

Tanya Sparke & Peter Dasent: A very special night at Foundry with two long-time friends who work in entirely different musical worlds yet create a special magic when they perform together.

Sat, Mar 31, Foundry 616

First Aid Kit: The Swedish sister act duo will be playing a special all ages show this Tuesday. The duo has garnered worldwide success off the back of their critically acclaimed three studio albums and enthralling live performances.

Tue, Apr 3, Enmore Theatre

Dermot Kennedy: A mighty voice reflecting an adventurous soul guides Dermot Kennedy as he arrives in Sydney for the first time this Wednesday. Mixing classic folk styling with modern glitchy, hip-hop production techniques sees Kennedy creating a sound truely unique to him.

Wed, Apr 4, Oxford Art Factory

Luke Elliot: 2017 saw New Jersey born and bred singer/songwriter Luke Elliot release his debut album, Dressed For The Occasion to great acclaim in Australia. To mark the success Elliot will be making his way down under this week.

Wed, Apr 4, Lazybones Lounge

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