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LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide May 31

Brother Brad

Dream On Dreamer: Have found a way to transition between metalcore and alternative rock with a fresh new vision and sound that naturally evolves as its members do. Witness this transition live tonight.

Thu, May 31, Factory Floor

Brother Brad: Sydney soul/pop outfit Brother Brad are set to release their debut EP Get Around tonight. As the creative firebrand behind the Brother Brad project, the boys have whittled away at their sonic gold, combining backgrounds in jazz and pop with their love of reggae and RnB to create their own fun-filled brand of soul/pop.

Thu, May 31, The Lansdowne

Sarah Blasko: Performing without a band for the first time in her storied career, Sarah will lay bare her extraordinary songwriting and iconic voice. The prospect of taking to the stage solo and stripped back, is something that she relishes, “I’m hoping to reimagine material from all of my albums & premiere some new songs as well.”

Fri, Jun 1, The Metro

The Paul McKenna Band: Glasgow’s The Paul McKenna Band have built a solid international reputation for their outstanding live performances. This has carried the band to some of the finest music festivals around the globe but tonight they arrive in Sydney for a special intimate performance.

Sat, Jun 2, Django Bar

FourPlay String Quartet: Australia’s favourite electric string quartet are set to return to Sydney this weekend to showcase their new original track, Bound.

Sat, Jun 2, Camelot Lounge

Sydney Con International Jazz Festival: The talents of young Inner West Glebe drummer Chloe Kim will be on display this weekend when she her own ensemble alongside international heavy-weights and Australian stars.

Sun, Jun 3, Sydney Conservatorium Of Music

Solange: Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, artist and activist Solange Knowles will perform her acclaimed breakthrough album, A Seat at the Table, for the first time in Australia.

Mon, Jun 4, Opera House – Concert Hall

Niall Horan: Global superstar Niall Horan will bring his Flicker World Tour 2018 to Sydney on Tuesday. This will be Horan’s first solo Arena tour, and will see him perform smash hits Slow Hands, This Town and the brand new number one iTunes single Too Much To Ask, plus tracks off his forthcoming debut album.

Tue, Jun 5, Qudos Bank Arena

Knower: Every now and then a group of musicians get together to form a band that combines their own diverse musical backgrounds to create an almost entirely new genre. Knower are just such a group. For the first time in Australia, the acclaimed drummer-producer Louis Cole and the remarkable singer Genevieve Artadi will appear with a truly all star band.

Wed, Jun 6, Factory Theatre

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