My Echo

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Domini Forster: Fast establishing herself as one of Melbourne’s brightest new voices in modern folk Forster is now in the midst of a national tour celebrating the release of her debut album Raven.

Thu, Mar 16, Django Bar

My Echo: Melbourne’s My Echo had been keeping up a ruthless touring schedule for years. On a steady upwards projectile, the future looked bright until they endured a member leaving and another member falling very ill. Despite this they have stuck together and are set to reclaim their place as a band to watch with this tour.

Fri, Mar 17, Brighton Up Bar

Murph & Petch: DJ’s and producers Jolyon Petch & Andy Murphy are the creative drive behind this new collaborative project. Having now had some time together working on their music the pair are set to perform in Sydney tomorrow.

Fri, Mar 17, Argyle

The Three Seas: An astonishing and fresh collaboration created in India’s Rajasthan desert, blending traditional and contemporary musical cultures from India and Australia. The Three Seas combines elements of Indian folk music with a western style of song form and production.

Sat, Mar 18, Australian National Maritime Museum

Hang Massive: Invented in Switzerland in 2000, the hang is a new-age percussion instrument that is played with the hands to create a unique and mystical sound. It looks like a cross between a steelpan and a cartoon spaceship! Hang Massive are renowned as global pioneers of hang music thanks to their fusion of the hang sound with a range of electronic styles and genres.

Sat, Mar 18, The Basement

Bondi Brass: Enjoy fine jazz music and spectacular views of Bondi Beach when Bondi Brass takes to the stage outside the Pavilion. Bondi Brass’ repertoire knows no bounds, from the renaissance dances of Tilman Susato to the music of modern Australian composers such as George Dreyfus, David Stanhope and Barry McKimm.

Sun, Mar 19, Bondi Pavillion Theatre

Dori Freeman: Is bringing her perfect country voice, languid and pure-toned but with a little Appalachian dust on it, to Sydney early next week. Freeman’s storytelling soaks up the wisdom of more decades than the 25-year-old has been around. Her songs hit you like a train.

Mon, Mar 20, Newtown Social Club

Little Big Town: The reigning Grammy Country Duo/Group of the Year, and CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year, will make their debut Australian visit hot off the heels of extensive North American touring. Little Big Town are set to deliver one of the year’s must-see country music events – Don’t miss it!

Tue, Mar 21, Enmore Theatre