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The Sticks: This Sydney electronic trio has just released their debut album and are excited to hit the stage and show off their wares with an all encompassing audio-visual spectacular. With a musical style built around the Airsticks, a new gestural electronic drum kit, this is bound to be a truely special and interesting show.

Thu, Dec 3, Freda’s

Kita Alexander: Newcomer Kita Alexander’s name is back on the tip of everybody’s tongue with her new single Like You Want To drawing comparisons to a modern day Stevie Nicks. This single is the lead track of an upcoming EP that fans can potentially get a sneak peak of this week when she travels in to Sydney from her family’s outback avocado farm.

Fri, Dec 4, Enmore Theatre

Summer Flake: With the new EP Time Rolls By laying the foundation for a future full length album, Summer Flake is excited to be hitting the stage this weekend to give fans a more in-depth taste of what is to come. Joining Summer on the evening will be long time friend and collaborator Matt Banham who will also be launching his new EP Three Songs.

Sat, Dec 5, Vic On The Park Hotel

Bondi Sings: Christmas season officially kicks into swing this week when thirty of Sydney’s best choir performers come together for a festive mix of gospel, opera and pop. Under the guidance of choirmaster Gary Smith, who will be taking the stage with his guitar and keyboard, and special guest Madison McCoy, families can expect a seriously sizzling night of the old favourites with a new flair.

Tue, Dec 8, Bondi Bowling Club

Goat: The mysterious cult like Swedish alternative and experimental group make the long journey down under this week to bring their total euro-craziness to the stage for local fans.

Wed, Dec 9, Metro Theatre

Bully: One the most critically acclaimed underground punk rock acts traipsing the globe today plant their flag here in Sydney this week. Joining on their Sydney pitstop are local band Flowertruck who have just concluded a tour of their debut EP Dirt where they built a reputation as an emotional powerhouse with their performances.

Wed, Dec 9, Oxford Art Factory