They’ve captivated audiences at some of the world’s biggest festivals like Glastonbury and The Amsterdam Dance Event – and warmed up for the likes of Kasabian and PNAU. And now, The Slips are starting their own love affair with Australia – collaborating with acts such as Phrase, Kimbra and Faker.
Grey Ghost is not your normal rap/hip hop artist. What can only be described as a hybrid child of indie-hip hop and electro-rock is his musical genre, and it is impressively unique. With an album, mix-tape and music videos currently in the works, 2012 is set to be the biggest year of his life.
Sydney songwriter Pluto Jonze will give punters a taste of his forthcoming EP when he performs at the Beresford Upstairs in Sydney on Friday night.
Taking inspiration from 60’s garage and 70’s glam, Kill City Creeps manage the difficult task of taking their influences somewhere new without dragging the music out of context or relevance. In the same way bands like Eddy Current Suppression Ring manage to say something different with old words, Kill City Creeps are a band who
The Upstairs Beresford continues to impress with 2 massive shows coming up this weekend. On Friday we’ll see pop-rock star Matt Sztyk, all the way from New Jersey USA, and on Saturday local boy Meow Kapow will headline.
More weekend entertainment from those music fantatics at the Beresford Hotel this week.
Dance favourites The Potbelleez are riding the wave of success from their latest release Destination Now all the way to The Beresford Hotel. Recently supporting Usher on his ridiculously successful OMG tour, they’ve also just completed their own sold out tour and casually performed in Ibiza in August for MTV UK alongside Snoop Dogg, Mark
If you dig your 60’s Garage Nuggets as well as a good Brian Jones Town Massacre stoner jam, The Walking Who are a band who you should check out. The three-piece from the Illawarra have largely flown under the hipster radar … until now. With shows coming up at The Beresford Upstairs and MUM @ The
The Sydney winter chill seems to be easing up this week and it’s just in time for another cracking weekend of live music from The Upstairs Beresford. As always, it’s free entry before 8pm and only $15 afterward, and what you get in return for your spare change is the creme de la creme of
Before The Dirty Secrets take a break from the Sydney live music scene to finish off their new album, they’ll be playing a show at Upstairs Beresford this Friday night, 29th of July. It’s free entry to the venue before 8pm, so if you’re not headed to Splendour In The Grass this weekend because you’re
Sydney’s newest venue, Upstairs Beresford is opening for it’s third weekend with Sydney swamp-blues mainstayers Snowdroppers headlining this Friday night on 15th of July. If Sydney’s best rock’nroll complete with beards, quiffs and tattoos doesn’t get you excited, then Saturday night has the Dancehall-Reggae- Drum and Bass supergroup, Dubmarine with DJs Kato, Spenda C and Big
The Snowdroppers are doing the rounds once again after a stint in the US playing the much sought after SXSW. Pauly K from the band was happy to lend us some of his time to go over their adventures overseas, chat about his favourite Annandale memories and how being on the road opens you up