Waax. Photo: Ian Laidlaw

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Young Hearts Run Free: This trashy, masquerade-party-rock-show will feature a stellar line-up of guests to bring the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet to life, with a killer light show to bring punters right into the heart of the Capulet mansion.

Thu, Jun 7, Enmore Theatre

The Angels: It’s hard to believe, but it has been four decades since the release of The Angels sophomore album Face To Face. Four decades on and the music is still speaking to people – young and old – so it makes perfect sense for the group to take the stage once again to celebrate.

Fri, Jun 8, The Juniors

West Thebarton: Straight outta the mean streets of Adelaide, West Thebarton have been teetering on the precipice of greatness for some time. Their debut self-titled EP may just be the catalyst to push them over the edge, so head on down to witness the greatness live tomorrow night.

Fri, Jun 8, Oxford Art Factory

Waax: Are a female fronted, electrifying punk band from Brisbane who have been kicking some huge goals in the last 12 months, such as supporting Fall Out Boy and Biffy Clyro. Now to celebrate the release of their latest single, Labrador, the ladies will be hitting the road to headline their own performances.

Sat, Jun 9, The Lair

Lloyd Spiegel: This Australian acoustic blues mastermind has just released his eighth album, Backroads, and is set to showcase it in Sydney this weekend. For this record Spiegel has reinvented his sound and delivers a much more powerful punch now, which is sure to carryover into the live show this weekend.

Sat, Jun 9, Camelot Lounge

Skeggs: Consists of Ben Reed (vocals, guitar), Toby Cregan (bass, vocals) and Jonny Lani (drums), three prolific performers who have charmed listeners with their warm garage-punk sound, selling out shows all across the country.

Sun, Jun 10, The Factory

Elli Schoen & Asha Jefferies: With both artists having recently released singles and receiving a healthy groundswell of support in their respective hometowns, the pair will continue to pique interest and win hearts with their introspective and honest lyricism this weekend when their co-headline tour arrives in Sydney.

Sun, Jun 10, Brighton Up Bar

DMA’s: The critical acclaim for DMA’S on For Now has been widespread, now riding this wave the group will arrive in Sydney for a Monday evening performance to kick-off your week the right way.

Mon, Jun 11, Enmore Theatre

Cloves: The London via-Melbourne singer/songwriter returns home to Australia for her first headline shows this week with her moody and haunting new song, Wasted Time.

Tue, Jun 12, The Lansdowne Hotel