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This Week's 5 Gigs Under $50

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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 gone a tad over budget on some of what’s on offer (and excluded those who have been sold out for weeks), but for those of you still suffering FOMO over Splendour In The Grass this is your last chance to catch some of the best acts who are still lingering around this week.

The Vaccines
Tuesday 28th July @ The Metro Theatre

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How Much: $64.90

Having dropped their third album English Graffiti a couple of months ago, The Vaccines promptly announced an album tour that included Splendour In The Grass and some more intimate performances. From all reports they absolutely killed their sets at Splendour and Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, so don’t miss out on their show in Sydney this week which is almost inconceivably not yet sold out. Tickets here.

The Districts
Tuesday 28th July @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $42

Another band straight from Splendour, The Districts will be down at Newtown Social Club on Tuesday this week to play their version of contemporary, raw and energetic rock for a very intimate show. This official Splendour sideshow promises to be a very different beast from the festival set, with The Districts often thought of as small-venue specialists. The only way to know for sure will be to grab a ticket and head down yourself.

Read our interview with The Districts here.

 

Josh Pyke
Wednesday 29th July @ The Soda Factory

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How Much: $40

To celebrate the release of his fifth album, Josh Pyke is doing a small run of intimate shows for fans. He’s picked The Soda Factory as the spot in Sydney to perform his unique style of modern day storytelling, and you can catch him this Wednesday evening for what is sure to be a classically quirky and warm performance. Select tickets still available here.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/josh-pyke/holleringhearts[/soundcloud]

Baro
Thursday 30th July @ Goodgod Small Club

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How Much: $18.40

To celebrate the release of his debut EP 17/18, 2014 unearthed high finalist Baro is taking his brand new tunes across the country on a debut tour. His style of music holds an essence of jazz rap infused with a raw brashness, drawing comparisons to Earl Sweatshirt and Joey Bada$$. This Thursday he brings his silky smooth hip hop to Goodgod, and tickets can be purchased here.

Read our interview with Baro here.

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Jinja Safari
Friday 31st July @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $28.70

Picking up their big break in 2010 through Triple J unearthed to play Splendour In The Grass, and invited back twice since, Jinja Safari have graced festival bills such as Big Day Out, Falls, Southbound and Bestival (UK). They've also enjoyed sold-out club shows across the country and overseas in London and New York. To celebrate the release of their first single in two years, Jinja Safari will pack up their collection of unconventional instruments and hit the road for a string of shows starting this July. Tickets here .

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This Week's 6 Sydney Gigs Under $50

5Gigs_14July

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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

Dead Letter Circus
Thursday 16th July @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $39.80

Having released the long-awaited single ‘While You Wait’ last month, Dead Letter Circus are playing a bunch of shows around the country this July in support of the release. The track itself is the first from a new forthcoming album which has yet to be officially announced. Grab your tickets here.

Royal Headache
Friday 17th July @ Factory Theatre

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How Much: $15.00

After spending most of 2014 in the studio working on their sophomore LP High, Royal Headache are about to embark on a month long US tour throughout August. Before they leave our shores though, they’re playing a rare show in their hometown at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville. Supported by Low Life, Gloss and Horse Macgyver, tickets can be purchased from here.

 

Golden Features
Friday 17th and Saturday 18th July @ The Metro Theatre

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How Much: $49.85

A year after arriving on the scene with a killer debut EP, Golden Features has recently dropped two incredible new singles and another four-track EP titled ‘XXIV’. His live show has also gotten rave reviews over this period, and with an amazing act such as The M Machine in support, these gigs are sure to be some of the best of the year so far. Tickets are sold out on The Metro’s website but we have been advised that any last minute tickets or releases will be posted on The Metro’s official Facebook page.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/golden-features/sets/xxiv-ep[/soundcloud]

High Tension
Saturday 18th July @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $18.00

High Tension recently announced a string of shows to support their anticipated second album Bully which came out on July 10. They’re playing a special album launch show at Newtown Social Club this Friday, supported by MSV BCP, Narrow Lands and Mere Women. Tickets available online or on the door for $20 .

LTR ON // Yahtzel
Saturday 18th July @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $10.00

LTR ON is one of Sydney’s newest club nights, and is hosted by the always-fun party venue; Oxford Art Factory. This week features the talented Yahtzel, who has just premiered a brand new solo ‘Art Room’ LP separate from his collaborative and triple j hottest 100-storming effort Carmada. Don’t miss this chance to catch one of the country’s hottest producers before he heads up to Byron Bay for Splendour in just over a week’s time. Tickets from moshtix.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/yahtzel/sets/art-room[/soundcloud]

Klo
Wednesday 14th July @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $15

Cuter-than-pie Melbourne duo Klo are doing a few special shows presented by the cool dudes at Cool Accidents this week. It's all in support of their track Under Lie and in celebration the first 200 people through the door will recieve a special 7" vinyl. That and you'll get to see an inevitably great show by a duo that are set for big things this year. Get your tickets here.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/klomusic/underlie[/soundcloud]

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This Week's 5 Gigs Under $50

5Gigs_2July

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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

What So Not
Thursday 2nd July @ The Hi-Fi

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How Much: $55

So this gig may sneak just over the $50 cap but as it’s the EP launch for the last What So Not project that Flume was a part of, we think it deserves special treatment. Although his days of performing live as one half of this powerful duo are over, this Thursday Emoh Instead will launch their much awaited EP titled ‘Gemini’ down at the Hi-Fi in Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter. Tickets from here.

Stonefield
Friday 3rd July @ Goodgod Small Club

Stonefield

How Much: $22.10

Stonefield have spent much of the past two years touring non-stop across Australia and overseas. Now they’re back with a taste of the new music they’re readying for release later in 2015. The foursome premiered their first new track late in May called Golden Dream, and the set of shows they’re currently in the middle of are sure to provide some more in-depth peaks at what other new music is in production. Tickets available from here.

Jay Daniel
Friday 3rd July @ Spice Cellar ERSKNVIL

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 How Much: $15

After performing to a sold out crowd at Sydney’s Red Bull Music Academy mid last year, Jay Daniel (USA) will be making his way down under this July once more. However this time he will be paying a visit to the Spice Cellar at the Imperial Hotel, ERSKNVL. Effortlessly gliding between slow and sleazy house, jazz and techno and everything in-between, Jay’s sets are a burning representation of the Detroit club sound. Tickets here.
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True Vibenation
Friday 3rd July @ Spectrum

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 How Much: $16.95

True Vibenation have carved their own path in the Australian music scene over the past few years, and are now playing the final leg of their Africa/Australia tour. Having played some incredible shows across Zimbabwe and Swaziland already, the horn-wielding hip-hop trio are playing a huge show at Spectrum this Friday, with the intention of bringing a bit of Africa to Australia. Tickets from here.
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Harts
Friday 3rd July @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $15.60

Australian one-man music maker Harts is taking his new EP Breakthrough on the road this June/July for a string of shows around the country. It’s been a massive 12 months for Harts that has seen him jam with Prince, release three radio hits and land major festival spots. However, these feats are unsurprising given the unique brand of high energy blend of funk and blues rock music that he has been generating and performing. Tickets here.

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This Weekend’s 5 Gigs Under $50

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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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank. 

Youth Group
Friday 26th June @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $33

Youth Group will be playing a gig showcasing their most loved Skeleton Jar album, alongside a whole range of classics from their library. These three gigs across Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney are in celebration of the vinyl release of Skeleton Jar, over a decade after its initial release. Supported by Unity Floors and Devotional, tickets available from here.

Hermitude
Friday 26th June @ The Enmore Theatre

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How Much: $39.95

Hermitude have been absolutely killing it this year with live shows across the country including some amazing sets at Groovin’ The Moo featuring their latest album Dark Night Sweet Light. Although their show at The Enmore this Friday is officially sold out, it would be a sin to leave them out of this guide, and as all diehard concert goers know there are always tickets around somewhere. Supported by electro up-and-comer Basenji, this string of headline shows will be something to behold. More info here.

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Oisima
Friday 26th June @ Goodgod Small Club 

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How Much: $13.90 

Adelaide beatsmith Oisima is bringing his delicate melodies and exotic beats to a bunch of shows across the country this June and July. Off the back of the recent release of his debut album, Oisima is proving unique through his distinctive sound creation and soundscapes, as well as his impeccable live delivery. This Friday he graces Goodgod Small Club, and you can still grab tickets from here.

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Last Dinosaurs
Friday 26th June @ Oxford Art Factory
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How Much: $28.90 

After a long hiatus Last Dinosaurs released their first single in over a year a few weeks ago. The track is called Evie, and proves that the boys have been hard at work since the arrival of new bass player/music video director Michael Sloane. They’ll not only be returning to live gigs via shows in capital cities this June/July, but are also playing a triumphant return to Splendour In The Grass. Any last minute tickets can be grabbed through here.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/lastdinosaurs/evie[/soundcloud]

Oscar Key Sung
Saturday 27th June @ Oxford Art Factory
Oscar
How Much: $18.70

Having released his second EP titled Altruism on the first of May, Oscar Key Sung now returns to the live stage with his unique mix of pop and RnB sounds. As one of Australia’s most unique voices, his lyrical exposition is unmatched, and he’s ready to prove it to a live audience this Saturday at Oxford Art Factory. Tickets still available from here.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/key-sung/p-r-e-m-o-n-i-t-i-o-n[/soundcloud]

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This Week’s 5 Gigs Under $50

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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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

Richard In Your Mind

Thursday 18th June @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $13 – or $15 on the door

Richard In Your Mind have established themselves as one of Sydney’s premier psychedelic groups, and are currently in the middle of their Give Me A High Five tour. The boys are touring their entire catalogue in celebration of the release of their fourth feature length LP ‘Ponderosa’. The tour also doubles as a farewell for band member Patty Tozzler. Tickets here

KLP/Gold Fields

Friday 19th June @ Newtown Social Club

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How Much: $18 – or $20 on the door

Electro songstress KLP has just announced a huge co-headlining tour with kaleidoscopic five-piece group GOLD FIELDS. Fresh off collabs with the likes of Young Franco and Slumberjack, KLP has transformed from a talented DJ to a producer of real note. Together, KLP and GOLD FIELDS have released an exclusive free collaborative track titled Make Me Feel to celebrate the tour. Tickets from here

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[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/gold_fields/hold-me[/soundcloud]

Bad//Dreems

Saturday 20th June @ Goodgod Small Club

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How Much: $15

Following the cancellation of a bunch of tour dates alongside The Black Keys, Adelaide boys Bad//Dreems are making it up to fans with some East Coast dates of their own. The tour celebrates their latest single Cuffed & Collared off their forthcoming debut LP, and you can catch them this Saturday down at Goodgod Small Club, supported by Mining Boom and Jody. Tickets from here

Crooked Colours

Saturday 20th June @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $18.70

Perth electro boys Crooked Colours have announced a national tour following the release of their single Another Way. The trio will be accompanied by deep house acts Torren Foot and Mickey Kojak. The night is set to wrap up with an epic DJ set from the band. Tickets here

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/crookedcolours/another-way[/soundcloud]

Clowns

Friday 19th June @ Valve Bar

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How Much: $15.30

Melbourne's four piece hardcore punk hell-raisers Clowns have are playing a huge bunch of dates around the country at the moment. The boys armed with a super charged set full of tracks from both their debut LP, "I’m Not Right", voted at number 5 on Triple J's Short.Fast.Loud Top 40 releases of 2013, as well as their new and already acclaimed LP, "Bad Blood". Tickets from here

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This Week's 5 Gigs Under $50

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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 marks the start of Vivid LIVE so there’ll be plenty of music and light working together to get around!

Squarepusher
Friday 22nd May @ Sydney Opera House

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How Much: $49.00

Squarepusher is considered a bass maximalist whose live shows explore ‘the hallucinatory, the nightmareish and the brutally visceral capacities of electronic music’. If you’re not completely freaked out by how that sounds, it’s well worth checking him out live this Friday night in what is only his second ever performance in Sydney. Check out the below for a bit more of an idea of what to expect by this guy who typifies what Vivid LIVE is all about. Tickets also here.

Lurch & Chief
Friday 22nd May @ Newtown Social Club
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How Much: $15.00

Lurch & Chief are hard to pin down in terms of the style of music they make. After debuting on Triple J unearthed, they’ve kind of established a very cool indie-psych vibe. They’re currently touring in support of their sophomore EP titled Breath which has recently burst onto airwaves. Tickets on the door.

The Jungle Giants 
Saturday 23rd May @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $33.95
The Jungle Giants are touring the country this May in support of their recently new single Every Kind Of Way. The new track is the first off their still untitled second album that we’ve been assured is on the way, so expect teasers and a whole bunch of unreleased material; as well as some old favourites. Tickets from here.

The Funkoars
Saturday 23rd May @ The Basement
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How Much: $24.30
After four albums, one EP and DVD, the Funkoars have well-established themselves as one of the top live performances on the Aussie hip-hop scene. Known for their witty and satirical lyrics and accompanied by the production team behind the Hilltop Hoods and Seth Sentry, The Funkoars return on to the live stage for a Vivid performance and on the cusp of the release of their forthcoming fifth album. Tickets available here.

The Drones
Sunday 24th May @ Sydney Opera House
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How Much: $39.00

Another group who are hitting up Sydney to play a show for Vivid LIVE, Victorians The Drones will be playing a killer set at the Joan Sutherland Theatre this Sunday. The performance also doubles as the premiere of their yet-to-be-released seventh studio album. Tickets are going fast but you can still grab some here.

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This Week’s 5 Gigs Under $50

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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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

Forest Falls

Thursday 14th May @ Bondi Bowling Club

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How Much: Free

Melbourne-based folk act Forest Falls have just kicked off a national tour that includes a stop at Bondi Bowling Club in Sydney. Their latest EP Hounds drops this month, and was recorded and produced by five-time ARIA winner Wayne Connolly. These guys aren’t your average folksters though, with their latest EP dominated by five-part harmonies and explorative saxophone solos.

Gang Of Youths

Friday 15th May @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $18.70

Having featured as recently as April on Triple J with their debut LP The Positions holding the coveted position of album of the week, Gang Of Youths have shot to the attention of fans and industry. Having performed alongside the likes of Vampire Weekend and Foster The People, here is your chance to finally catch them playing their own show. Get in quick for tickets from here.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/gangofyouths/restraint-release[/soundcloud]

Flako (UK)

Saturday 16th May @ Marrickville Bowling Club

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How Much: $29.30

Flako is one of Britain’s most exciting producers and this week he makes his long awaited return to Sydney after last touring Australia in 2013. Known for his multi-textural soundscapes and lack of attention to generic conventions, Flako has transformed his live show into a journey in sound. He’ll be ably supported by local boys Black Vanilla, Dreems and Mike Who. Tix from here.
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Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders

Saturday 16th May @ Oxford Art

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How Much: $28.90

After sellout Melbourne and Sydney shows late in 2014, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders return for a four city tour in May including the Oxford Art Factory. The band's latest album 'Playmates’ is an incredible work and was released in November 2014, having been produced by Kim Moyes of The Presets. Don’t miss your chance to see why Playmates became one of the most acclaimed Australian releases of the year. Tickets available from here.

Hot Dub Time Machine

Saturday 16th May @ The Metro Theatre

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How Much: $49.85

Having just stormed rural Australia with Groovin’ The Moo, Hot Dub Time Machine has just added a third show at The Metro this Saturday after the first two dates sold out. It’s the ultimate party through time, with the show featuring all manner of tracks from the last several decades culminating in some of the best tracks from 2014 and ’15. This will be his only tour of the year, and going by his consistent sell-outs, tickets won’t be available for long. Grab them here!

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This Week’s 5 Gigs Under $50

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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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

Charli XCX

Wednesday 29th April @ The Metro Theatre

Charli XCX

How Much: $49.90

British pop goddess Charli XCX returns to Australia to play a string of shows across a number of capital cities as well as touring with Groovin’ The Moo. She’s had incredible international success off the back of her role on Iggy Azalea’s Fancy last year and followed that up with two huge singles Boom Clap and Break The Rules, and will also be supported live by the irrepressible Tkay Maidza. Tickets from here

Josh Pyke Live with the SSO

Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th April @ Sydney Opera House

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How Much: From $39.00

There are some incredibly special shows going down at the Sydney Opera House this week. ARIA award winning songwriter Josh Pyke will perform alongside the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, bringing a fresh vibe to his known performance style. Pyke has completed over 22 national tours in his time as an artist, but these performances promises to go beyond any incarnation of his past performative self. Tickets from here

SAFIA

Thursday 30th April @ Newton Social Club

SAFIA

How Much: $25 On The Door (Limited Tickets Available)

Fresh from being announced on the Splendour In The Grass lineup, SAFIA visit the Newtown Social Club to officially launch their already hugely popular single Counting Sheep. This gig is an exclusive part of the unique Vinyl Club series where fans will be able to get first access to exclusive an exclusive vinyl version of the new single on the night.

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/safia-music/counting-sheep[/soundcloud]

Tijuana Cartel

Friday 1st May @ Oxford Art Factory

TijuanaCartel

How Much: $23.80

Tijuana Cartel are a unique bunch; mixing electronica, acoustic, and middle eastern sounds with a weird but very cool resulting vibe. They’ve got an album in the works, so don’t miss your chance to see these guys throwing down some brand new beats in a super unique live show at Oxford Art Factory. Tickets from here

[soundcloud width="750" height="200"]https://soundcloud.com/tijuana-cartel/hectic[/soundcloud]

Karnivool

Sunday 3rd May @ The Metro Theatre

Karnivool

How Much: $49.85

Karnivool are absolute legends of the touring circuit in Australia, having played just about every festival and venue you can name in the ten years since their inception. This week sees them play back to back shows at The Metro in Sydney, and with the first show having already sold out be sure to get in quick to grab tickets to their gig on Sunday. Tickets from here

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This Week's 5 Gigs Under $50

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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. So check the best of what’s on this week so you can get your fix of live music without breaking the bank.

Felicity Groom 

Wednesday 15th April @ Goodgod Small Club

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How Much: $14.90

Felicity Groom will be bringing her brand of vocal psychedelia to Sydney in support of her second album Hungry Sky, produced by fellow Aussie psych-rock artist Kevin Parker of Tame Impala. The psychedelic songstress has recently been touring in support of Josh Pyke as well as City and Colour, but finally gets the opportunity to show off her solo stylings on her own terms. Tickets available from here.

Coda Conduct

Thursday 16th April @ Oxford Art Factory

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How Much: $10

Canberran female hip-hop duo Coda Conduct was recently added to the Canberra Groovin the Moo lineup as part of the Triple J Unearthed contingent. Erica and Sally have an edgy and bold style, and their tracks all have incredibly powerful and relevant content. They’ve recently released their debut EP, Butter Side Up, and are celebrating with a gig at Oxford Art Factory. Tickets are available on the door only.

Tkay Maidza & UV Boi

Thursday 16th April @Goodgod Small Club

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How Much: $15 + BF

Their first show on the Friday sold out so quickly that a 2nd show has been added on Thursday. Tkay Maidza has really exploded onto the Aussie music scene, bringing an Azealia Banks kind of vibe and mixing it with her own amazing style of production. She has followed up her #100 track in the hottest 100 Switch Lanes with another huge one, M.O.B, which is getting huge radio play at the moment. UV Boi supports. Tickets here but they will sell fast!

The Beards

Friday 17th April @ The Metro Theatre

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How Much: $29.41

Adelaide four-piece facial hair-themed band The Beards are currently touring in support of their latest single ‘Stroking My Beard’. These guys are some of the funniest, as well as well as musically talented performers going around at the moment, and at less than thirty bucks its bound to be a cheap and hilarious night out. They’ll be ably supported by Melbourne rockers The Stiffys, across dates in all states and territories. Tickets here.

Like Vibert

Saturday 18th April @ Goodgod Small Club

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How Much: FREE

Clearly it’s going to be a huge week at Goodgod. It's been seven years since Cornwall-based artist Luke Vibert played on Aussie soil but now he’s finally returning to tour the country as part of the RBMA Club Night Series. Catch him live on Saturday night from 11pm as he takes us on a journey through his experimental back-catalogue.

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