Jeremy Loops

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Jess + Matt: Sydney’s mesmerising duo, Jess + Matt (Jess Dunbar and Matt Price) will be performing songs from their forthcoming album, Songs From The Village, tonight as they take on the special guest duties for Rick Price and Jack Jones’ tour.

Thu, May 24, Enmore Theatre

The Whitlams: In their classic four-piece configuration the iconic band will bring their rowdy 25th year to an end tomorrow night. For this show they are ditching the conductor and the charts from previous 60 piece orchestral performances, and are back to the common muscle-memory of 1000 shows and six albums.

Fri, May 25, The Metro

Busby Marou: The Queensland duo of Thomas Busby and Jeremy Marou are back on the road in support of their ARIA topping album Postcards From The Shellhouse.

Sat, May 26, Leadbelly

Set Mo: Sydney’s dynamic production duo Set Mo (Stu Turner and Nick Drabble) return home this weekend after an epic 24 show tour around both Australia and New Zealand.

Sat, May 26, Good Bar

Mick McHugh: After giving up an engineering career for music, this Irish troubadour and now Byron based indie-folk artist Mick McHung is set to launch his new album, A Million Stars. This record is a statement of an album, McHugh as an artist is not afraid to address tough issues, hardships and plight, but at the same time, layering it with his trademark hope.

Sat, May 26, MoshPit

Augie March: Set out on the road at the beginning of this month for the first time in donkeys years to support their new record, Bootikins. This weekend the group arrives in Sydney and fans can expect all of the new tunes alongside a healthy dose of the old from their now sprawling back catalogue.

Sun, May 27, The Lansdowne Sydney

Jeremy Loops: South Africa’s biggest contemporary music export returns to Sydney this weekend. His near-sellout tour of Australia in 2016 cemented his popularity down under, while his latest single Waves from his upcoming album Critical As Water is continuing his incredible growth.

Sun, May 27, Factory Theatre

Playboi Carti: The 22 year old rapper’s work is know for it’s experimental but hook-heavy sound and this coming Wednesday Sydney fans will finally get to see it live. Since this is a rescheduled show Playboi Carti will now be joined on this tour by human vibe machine Horizon, who is known for whipping crowds into a frenzy.

Wed, May 30, Enmore Theatre