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Sally King & Sametribe: A veteran of the Sydney blues scene renowned for her soulful vocals and powerful performances, Sally King is set to bring up-tempo blues to Petersham with her band Sametribe, consisting of Paul Berton on guitar, David Green on bass and Matt Brooke on drums.

Thu, May 21, Petersham Bowling Club

Onra: The Parisian producer and Red Bull Music Academy alumnus is set to perform in the May edition of the free Red Bull Music Academy Club Night series. The globe-trotting beat maker has staked his claim as one of the most exciting producers of the past few years with his unique open-minded approach, taking inspiration from all genres and eras.

Fri, May 22, Sydney Opera House

Lurch & Chief: The chaotic-psych six-piece from Melbourne hit Sydney this week for their national tour supporting sophomore EP Breathe. Originally formed in 2012 as a creative outlet for a group of close friends the band has since risen to prominence thanks to support from Triple J.

Fri, May 22, Newtown Social Club

The Jungle Giants: Returning home from an international tour through Asia, The Jungle Giants don’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. Arriving in Sydney this weekend with their Every Kind Of Way single support tour, the band is set to play some old favourites and a teaser of tracks from their forthcoming album due out in August.

Sat, May 23, Oxford Art Factory

Mathas: Perth’s multi-faceted rapper refuses to be constrained by the typical boundaries of pure hip-hop with his talented songwriting, production and performance. Having taken his mesmerising solo live show out on the road in October last year, he is now at it once again to celebrate his latest single Free Shit (ft. Diem & Mei Saraswati).

Sat, May 23, The Basement

Bridie King: Yet another of the driving forces behind Sydney’s blues scene will also be performing this weekend. Bridie will take the audience on a musical journey via her piano, organ and piano-accordion through the many different regions associated with blues and roots music.

Sat, May 23, Lord Wolseley Hotel

Joanna Weinberg: Returning following popular demand with her Baroness Bianka’s Bloodsongs musical theatre performance. The show is a compelling tale of an addict battling one of the weirdest addictions in town. Note this is an adults only show.

Sun, May 24, Camelot Lounge