Greetings again, Music Feeders. Now, I know I said there was a lot to amuse yourselves with last week, but it seems Spring is truly upon us this week, with even more awesome gigs across the city to amuse and entertain. Here goes…
Tuesday 15th September
‘Broadcastin Transmitter Through The Forest Door’ feat. Luke (The Laurels), Trent (The Holy Soul), Dan (Dolly Rocker Movement), Hamish Cowan (Cordrazine) + Simon (Pyschonanny & The Baby Shakers)
Hopetoun Hotel – $8, 8pm.
GZA + K-1 & Ro Sham Bo DJs
Metro Theatre – $57.20 (+bf), 8pm.
Wednesday 16th September
Jamie T + The Pacemakers & Ernest Ellis
Metro Theatre – $44 (+bf), 8pm.
Little Birdy + Red Riders + Hungry Kids of Hungary
Waves Nightclub – $35.40 (+bf), 8pm.
‘Sideshow’ feat. Dead Letter Circus + DZ + Sydonia
Beach Road Hotel – FREE ENTRY, 8pm.
Thursday 17th September
Grafton Primary + Cassette Kids
Bar on the Hill, University of Newcastle – $14 (+bf) $22 (on door), 8pm.
‘Indie 6 Pack’ feat. Lucie Thorne, Tinpan Orange, Tina Harrod, David Lane, Declan Kelly + M. Jack Bee
The Basement – $20, 8:30pm.
Friday 18th September
‘MUM’ feat. Decorated Generals, Idle Cranes, Where’s Jerome, Mother & Son + Heaps More
World Bar – $10, 8pm.
Shihad + Regular John & Kill Teen Angst
Annandale Hotel – $23 (presale) $25 (at door), 8pm.
Saturday 19th September
‘Alright Now!’ w/ Spencer Jones & Johnny Cass
The Vanguard – $25 (+bf), 6:30pm.
‘Doing It Live Festival’ feat. Day of the Meerkat, Grimm Love, Ghost Cat, Dead By Dawn + Heaps More
Sandringham Hotel – $12, 2pm.
Tom Ugly + Lions At Your Door & Kids At Risk
Spectrum – $10 (presale), 8pm.
Wolfmother + Yves Klein Blue & Jack Ladder
Enmore Theatre – $46.60 (+bf) $55 (on door), 7pm.
Sunday 20th September
‘Screaming Sundays’ feat. Coles in the Fire, Cutwing, Damn the Maps + Heaps More
Annandale Hotel – $20, 1pm.
The Dunhill Blues (Album Launch) + The Jimmy Nicols
Botany View Hotel – FREE ENTRY, 6:30pm.
‘Xrayspex’ feat. Tame Impala & Papa Vs Pretty
Oxford Art Factory – $22.50 (+bf), 4pm.
Tynan Curry is behind the lens this week, with a shot of the crowd watching GZA/Genius perform at the Coaster Festival last weekend. Check an eye out for his rather expansive coverage of the festivities soon.