Terra Lightfoot. Photo: Dustin Rabin

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Terra Lightfoot: Much lauded Canadian singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot has just released her album New Mistakes and will visit our shores for the first time tonight. The soulful rocker has created quite a buzz in her home territory of Canada, and has already found a strong following in countries such as France and the UK. Now all that remains is a warm embrace from Australian audiences.

Thu, Nov 9, Leadbelly

The Tea Party: Come to Sydney tomorrow to celebrate Transmission’s 20th Anniversary. Reaching #3 on the Australian charts – the highest charting album ever for the band and earning double platinum status, the album contains classic Tea Party hits including Temptation, Psychopomp, Release, Emerald and the title track Transmission.

Fri, Nov 10, Enmore Theatre

Ecca Vandal: Melbourne’s genre-defying and electrifying force in music is bringing her self-titled debut album to Sydney tomorrow night.

Fri, Nov 10, Oxford Art Factory

Kinetic Jazz Orchestra: After more than a year off the scene, the Kinetic Jazz Orchestra is back again, now they have some new faces but that same unique sound and spirit that Sydney has grown fond of.

Fri, Nov 10, St Luke’s Hall

Bombs Away: Australian DJ / producer duo Bombs Away are coming to Sydney his weekend to showcase their new single, Like You Featuring Elle Vee. This new single is the first taste off their upcoming debut album which will hope to build of previous platinum and gold singles.

Sat, Nov 11, Candy’s Apartment

Jon Cleary: Born in Kent, England to a musical family, Jon Cleary epitomises the fanaticism and inherent single mindedness of a musician who decides that he simply wasn’t born where he was supposed to be. Like Dylan to New York, infatuated with the music of New Orleans throughout his entire childhood, as soon as he was old enough to leave school, Cleary took off for the Crescent City.

Sun, Nov 12, The Basement

Eliza & The Delusionals: Explosive indie rockers Eliza & the Delusionals are set to smash the remainder of 2017 with their new single, Deep End and subsequent tour. With a high-energy, captivating live show in tow, The Deeper End tour is set to cement the band as one of Australia’s most exciting break out bands.

Sun, Nov 12, Brighton Up Bar

Frazey Ford: Exuding equal parts Americana, alt-country, and soul, Frazey Ford has bloomed as a solo artist, the soulful, honey-dipped restraint in her vocals and lyrical intimacies finding a growing Australian following in recent years.

Wed, Nov 15, Leadbelly

Alfie Arcuri: Compelled to play his part and demonstrate just how ready Australia is, artist Alfie Arcuri has self-penned an emotional anthem in support of the Marriage Equality campaign, called Love Is Love. This week he will perform the piece live in Sydney as part of the Marriage Equality Results Live In The Park event.

Wed, Nov 15, Prince Alfred Park