Byron Mark

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Byron Mark: One of Australia’s most diverse and talented musicians is releasing his debut album Amalgamation tonight. The night will feature more than 20 of the musicians who have collaborated with Byron over the last five years in various forms and who also feature on this stunning and powerful debut album.

Thu, Oct 6, Venue 505

Lachy Doley: The mercurial Lachy Doley Group is back at Camelot for what will be their final show for 2016. Lachy Doley is a player who can pump, pamper and pound unbelievable, intense sounds from his organ. Add his powerful blues vocals and you’ve got one mesmerising, unforgettable show chock full of energy and good times.

Fri, Oct 7, Camelot Lounge

The Superjesus: Having recently released their new EP Love and Violence, which is the band’s first in 13 years, fans now have the chance to hear them live again tomorrow night as they perform songs from their new EP, plus their biggest hits including ‘Gravity’, ‘Down Again’, and ‘Secret Agent Man’.

Fri, Oct 7, Oxford Art Factory

Teeth & Tongue: With their fourth album Give Up on Your Health now out in the wild, the group look to bring their handcrafted kitchen-sink dramas and relationship vignettes onto the live stage.

Fri, Oct 7, Brighton Up Bar

Pandora Warehouse: This will be the first time EVER that Pandora has thrown one of their secret warehouse parties in Australia. Taking the stage for the event will be Seth Sentry, Ladyhawke, Nicole Millar, The Griswolds and Ecca Vandal. Register now on the Pandora website to secure tickets and find out the location.

Sat, Oct 8, Top Secret Location

Drapht: This Aussie hip-hop artist delves deep and reveals a lot on his fifth album Seven Mirrors. The album chronicles Drapht’s personal relationships – whether introspective, family, with partners or exes – exploring them through the concept of the Seven Essene Mirrors… the existential premise that our relationships reflect back upon ourselves.

Sat, Oct 8, Metro Theatre

Stonefield: In celebration of their album As Above, So Below. Australia’s favourite psych-rock sisters, who are renowned for their energetic and engaging live performances, make a stop in Sydney this weekend.

Sat, Oct 8, The Imperial

Going Swimming: Fresh out of the studio, Melbourne garage stalwarts Going Swimming have unveiled tour dates to coincide with their (yet to be released) single ‘Debt Collector’.

Sun, Oct 9, Frankie’s Pizza

Lime Cordiale: Inspired by influences as broad as Charles Bradley to Daft Punk to The Roots, Lime Cordiale’s latest EP, Road to Paradise, secured an international fan base for the band. Every time these boys return home for a show they quickly sell out whatever size venue they are in, so this is sure to be a hot ticket show this week.

Wed, Oct 12, Newtown Social Club