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George Maple: After a huge couple of months touring overseas which saw her selling out her debut Los Angles headline show and playing alongside Broods in New York Maple is excited to return home for a national headline tour. Known for her sultry volcals and standout single Talk Talk Maple has quickly become an artists to watch both locally and internationally. For fans of R&B infused electro-pop this intimate show is not to be missed.

Thu, Apr 30, Oxford Art Factory

Music For Social Change: Underground Sydney hip-hop duo Bati Graves, a combination of Ace the Amara and Prolifik the Gifted, are set to launch their new single Bleeding Earth this week. For the launch event they have combined with some of the biggest voices in social matters such as Sea Sheppard, The Greens NSW and Foreigndub (FBi) for a combined live performance, gallery exhibition, cultural activities and and political speeches event.

Fri, May 1, 107 Projects

Steve Clisby: After an emotional start to 2015 Clisby will perform a very special show dedicated to the memory of his mother Ruth. Joining Clisby for the one off performance will The Voice 2013 contestant Alex Gibson and a full band lineup consisting of Alex Hewetson, Lauren Dawes, Bill Risby, Michael Tan and Ben Isackson.

Sat, May 2, The Basement

The Peep Tempel: Melbourne rock trio set to hit the road yet again for their Gettin’ On By Tour, having made waves last year with their distinctively Australian, gritty rock and roll album Tales they have become an act worth going out of your way to see. Joining them for the Sydney show will be political punk rock outfit Super Best Friends to create a fleshed out lineup full of fun filled rock and roll.

Sat, May 2, Newtown Social Club

MET Concert: The Metropolitan Orchestra is set to take the audience on a journey through three distinct music genres (Jazz, Folk and Romance) this weekend with their performances of three well known works; Dances of Galanta by Zoltan Kodaly, Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin and finally Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar.

Sat, May 2, Eugene Goossens Hall

SoulFeed Sundaze: A brand new monthly event on the Sydney music scene launches this week to help showcase some of the best soul, funk, Motown and original works by new talent from the city. Talent on the bill includes DJ Migs, DJ Mizzy, Gazele, Lana Rita Sayah, DJ Naiki, Wallace Gollan and Grouce.

Sun, May 3, Forest Lodge Hotel