Category Archives: Gigs

Hand Games Music have enlisted a stellar lineup of local and international electro acts to celebrate their first birthday.

Sydney’s own indie-dance trio RÜFÜS will be touring around the country as of this week to promote much anticipated debut record ‘Atlas,’ along with latest single ‘Take Me.’

This Saturday for just $15, you’ll be treated to a showcase of some of Australia’s finest purveyors of the more exploratory style of the electronic genre, thanks to East to West Blog and The Finer Things.

This Saturday, party with a purpose thanks to non-for-profit organisation Major Raiser. Line-up includes Elizabeth Rose, Olympic Ayres, Polographia and special guests Van She.

This Sunday, Crown Street in Surry Hills will come alive with the first ever 28 BLACK Crown St Crawl, a community event with proceeds being donated to The Girls & Boys Brigade.

Last year, the second instalment of the FBi Northern Lights competition was taken out by producer Moon Holiday and multi-instrumentalist Lanterns. Join them on Thursday at FBi Social for the launch of the FBi Northern Lights EP II.

In Australia for the Golden Plains Festival, Toro Y Moi will be playing plenty of cuts from his recently released LP, ‘Anything in Return.’

This Friday, Acid Stag has teamed up with Appleman cider and The World Bar in Kings Cross to throw a major mess fest.

Next week, the Sydney arm of San Francisco-based music blog Indie Shuffle will host the second instalment of their event series. Once again, a stellar line-up of fresh Australian talent has been enlisted, with Melbourne electro quartet Rat & Co taking up the headlining position.

Catch former Fleet Foxes drummer Josh Tillman (Father John Misty) tomorrow night at The Metro Theatre, supported by locals Oh Mercy.

For those with or without a date on Valentine’s Day, get along to FBi Social to enjoy incredible producer The Townhouses.

In town for the annual Laneway tour, Minneapolis natives Poliça have been one of the festival’s must-sees for those in the know.

I cannot believe there are still tickets available for this year’s St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Already having completed the Singapore and Auckland legs of the tour, Sydney’s turn is coming up this weekend.

We are excited to announce that The Carter Bros (Tsuba/Black Catalogue) will be heading up from Adelaide for the second instalment of HIDDEN AGENDA next week!

Another great Big Day Out sideshow sees UK five-piece Foals take on Oxford Art Factory twice this week. After selling Tuesday’s show out in just ten minutes, they released a Wednesday show which quickly followed suit.