Gordi: Will bring the intimate sounds of her latest record, Reservoir, to life tonight. It’s clear that the 24-year old artist from Canowindra is quickly becoming one of Australia’s most buzzed about songwriters and promising exports as she is set to play one of her biggest spaces yet.
Thu, Nov 30, Oxford Art Factory
Emma Pask: Tonight is a very rare chance to catch one of Australia’s finest voices, who was recently nominated for an ARIA award for Best Jazz Album, up close and personal. Award winning vocalist Emma Pask is sure to delight as she interweaves storytelling through timeless swinging jazz standards, upbeat latin rhythms, tender ballads & of course some raucous blues.
Thu, Nov 30, Camelot Lounge
Didirri: When they invented the phrase “not a dry eye in the house” they must have been pre-emptively talking about Didirri. When performing, his uninhibited lyrics tug on raw exposed nerves while his charming melodies soothe your heart – a consequence of his richly textured vocal style, warm persona and humble upbringing.
Fri, Dec 1, Waywards
The Teskey Brothers: It’s been a big year for Melbourne’s The Teskey Brothers. The soul revivalists won the hearts of many with their debut album Half Mile Harvest which reached #18 on the ARIA album chart and earned the band three nominations at this year’s Music Victoria Awards.
Sat, Dec 2, The Basement
Feist: A decade on from her world-conquering hit 1234, four-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Feist is set to return to Sydney this weekend. Five years on from her last Australian visit, Feist returns with a full band in tow and a brand new album under her belt. Pleasure, Feist’s fifth studio record and first in six years, reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at it’s core a study on self-awareness.
Sun, Dec 3, Sydney Opera House
Bahamas: Bahamas, the stage name for Toronto’s Afie Jurvenen, will take in Sydney this Monday. Distinguishing himself as a member of Feist’s touring band in his earliest musical days, Bahamas has since supported the likes of Jason Collett, Elvis Costello, Jack Johnson and City And Colour.
Mon, Dec 4, The Basement
Mansionair: Over the past few years Mansionair has been praised for their mesmerising and genre-defying music. The juxtaposition between singer Jack Froggatt’s intimate vocal delivery and the geographic stretch of Mansionair’s production makes them one of the country’s most intriguing bands. Watching it come to life live on stage really is a wonder to behold.
Tue, Dec 5, The Lansdowne
Hansori Music: An enchanting summer night concert invites families to hear from the youngest talented musicians as they retell some of the most beautiful classical pieces by Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Schumann, Mozart, Offenbach, Baranowska and many more.
Wed, Dec 6, Sydney Opera House