Sirens Big Band

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The Brave: Formed in 2013, The Brave came together with a single goal in mind – to make music to move people. Their 2014 EP Endless turned heads nationwide, and since then they have been refining their aspirant melodies and thudding riffs into what is now debut album Epoch.

Thu, Oct 20, Metro Theatre

Mi-Sex: These New Zealanders were at the forefront of music consciousness when they released their first album in 33 years ago this September. With Not From Here having had time to gestate with their fans, they now return to the stage tomorrow night.

Fri, Oct 21, The Bridge Hotel

Sally Seltmann: To celebrate the release of her stunning new single, Dancing In The Darkness, singer/songwriter Sally Seltmann will be taking the stage with support from special guests R.W. Grace and Bree Van Reyk.

Fri, Oct 21, Newtown Social Club

Miles and Simone: Having just completed a regional Victorian tour and their “Home Sweet Home” Sunday residency at the Yarra Hotel, this duo are ready to explore Sydney and showcase their warm, accidental love song ‘Never Leave’.

Sat, Oct 22, Leadbelly

Anna Salleh: Enigmatic jazz diva Anna Salleh is one of Australia’s greatest exponents of Bossa Nova and Brazilian jazz. Her show Brazil and Beyond has been mesmerising audiences for years and your last chance to see it for 2016 will be this weekend.

Sat, Oct 22, Foundry616

Buried In Verona: After a decade spent lending and shaping the Australian heavy music scene, and becoming one of the country’s most Notorious bands in the process, Buried In Verona will play their final Sydney show this weekend before breaking up. Joining the band as they bid farewell are Capture The Crown, Foxblood and Arkive.

Sat, Oct 22, Factory Theatre

Sirens Big Band: Known for their exciting and engaging live shows, Sirens melds jazz with Middle Eastern, Latin and African grooves, creating original big band music from composers within and outside the band. Led by bassist Jessica Dunn, the ensemble also features Ellen Kirkwood, Loretta Palmeiro and Milan Ring.

Sun, Oct 23, Camelot Lounge

Sarah Grunstein: Sarah Grunstein’s career has been marked by her magnetic charisma, her musical intelligence and sublime expressivity. Passionate about engaging with audiences, her concerts will include her introductory talk with her audiences about the Goldberg Variations.

Tue, Oct 25, Sydney Opera House – Utzon Room

Jaala: Head on down this week for a midweek party celebrating the imminent release of Jaala’s new single Junior Spirit’ from the upcoming sophomore album.

Wed, Oct 26, Newtown Social Club