Rise Against. Photo: Travis Shinn

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(Sandy) Alex G: Philadelphia lo-fi mastermind (Sandy) Alex G will visit our shores tonight for a special performance. In his first venture Down Under, (Sandy) Alex G (aka Alex Giannascoli) will showcase his prolific recording career.

Thu, Feb 8, The Lansdowne

Tim Hart: Perhaps best known for his work as part of the acclaimed Australian indie rock/folk band Boy & Bear Tim Hart has also been creating his own solo work. Tomorrow night he will perform his new record The Narrow Corner for Sydney fans in an intimate setting.

Fri, Feb 9, Leadbelly

Golden Vessel: Fresh off the back of a national tour run in support of The Kite String Tangle, the release of his EP Right/Side, and a much talked about showcase at BIGSOUND, Golden Vessel will be performing in Sydney tomorrow night.

Fri, Feb 9, Hudson Ballroom

Grenadiers: A live force to be reckoned with, expect spot-on guitar tones, frontman Jesse Coulter’s characteristic whiskey’n’smokes growl, and an escalating maelstrom of fist-pumping, sing-along punky rock in celebration of the release of new LP Find Something You Love And Let It Kill You.

Sat, Feb 10, The Chippo

Hoolahan: After a record-winning hiatus Hoolahan  return with their unique take on literate pop songs packed with minor-key guitar hooks and bittersweet harmonies. Catch them performing a laidback Sunday afternoon set at the Union Hotel.

Sun, Feb 11, Union Hotel

Rise Against: The politically-charged, punk four-piece will play their biggest headline show in Sydney to date in celebration of their chart-topping eighth studio album Wolves.

Tue, Feb 13, Hordern Pavilion

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis: Britain’s rocking roots trio Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are bringing their infectious energy and nostalgia-soaked fusion of rockabilly, vintage country and first-generation rhythm and blues to Sydney. Delivering their fourth studio album Superscope to Australian audiences for the very first time, the siblings from North London have been inspiring audiences and gathering an impressive fan base since conception, including Eagles Of Death Metal, the late Amy Winehouse and David Lynch.

Wed, Feb 14, The Factory