This Week's 5 Gigs Under $50

Written By Zanda Wilson on 09/15/2015


The music scene in Sydney is bursting with talent, but between the plethora of international acts and growing number of lesser known artists performing each week, it can be tricky to choose where to spend your time and cash. Here at the interns, we make it our mission to fit in as much music into each week as humanly possible. This week we’ve got a taste of electro, indie rock, and much more, all for under $50!!

Eves The Behaviour
Tuesday 15th September @ Newtown Social Club
How Much: $15.00

Fresh from her incredible performance at Splendour In The Grass, Eves the Behavior opened day two of the Mix-up stage and played to an adoring crowd at the packed out tent. Around the same time, her stunning four track EP was released July 24 via Dew Process and features singles TV and Electrical, both of which became fast favourites at triple j, grabbing huge airtime. Don’t miss a chance to see Eves The Behaviour in an incredible intimate setting. Any last minute tickets can be grabbed here.

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Wednesday 16th September @ Beach Road Hotel
How Much: Free by RSVP.

On the heels of a successful inaugural KLParty tour earlier this year with Young Franco, KLP is back on the road with New Zealand friends Terace. The KLParty will be one not to miss, with 15 dates across Australia; KLP is bringing her infectious signature party style to the people once more. RSVP here.

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Ecca Vandal
Thursday 17th September @ Goodgod
How Much: $13.90

Ecca Vandal has finally finished her third single, and is celebrating its launch down at Goodgod later this week. Co-Produced and mixed by Hadyn Buxton, Father Hussla follows her pervasive debut single last year White Flag, and the equally fierce Battle Royal earlier this year, cementing Ecca Vandal as a creative force to be reckoned with now and in the near future. Tickets from moshtix.

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The Jungle Giants
Friday 18th September @ The Enmore Theatre
How Much: $42.45

Indie darlings The Jungle Giants are on tour this September in celebration of the release of their sophomore album Speakerzoid which features the amazingly catchy single Every Kind Of Way. The record is poised to be released on the 7th of august, but to catch a glimpse of the sorts of tracks that will feature you’ll need to get down to The Enmore Theatre this Friday to check out their awesome live show, which also features support act Art Of Sleeping. Tickets available from Ticketek.

Little May
Friday 18th September @ Oxford Art Factory
Little May
How Much: $17.90

Before they jet off on a world tour Little May will head out on a national jaunt to bolster their debut album, For the Company. The girls have created a fair bit of buzz around their stirring ditties like 'Hide' and 'Home' and this Oxford Art Factory gig is set to be one of the last before they head off overseas for a while. Tickets from moshtix.