Gig Guide: 9 shows not to miss in NSW this September

Somehow August is just about done and we’re nearly in September. That’s two-thirds of the year done. Goneskies. As spring begins to do its thing and the sun starts to stay out a little longer into the evenings, it’s time for us all to dance and mosh our way into the rest of 2018. Here are some of the best live music events not to miss to help you do that

Crooked Colours

7th Sept / Roundhouse

Perth boys Crooked Colours are coming back to Sydney to give you a tour inside their wonderful kaleidoscope. Joining the trio will be Ninajirachi, Yahtzel, and AIRWOLF, so if you’ve ever wanted to dance, this is the event for you. Tickets are $34.60, doors open at 7pm.

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Angie McMahon

8th Sept / The Metro

Angie McMahon made a big splash towards the end of last year with her debut single ‘Slow Mover’, and she hasn’t let us down since. Now, the Melbourne singer is ready to embark on her first headline tour, bringing Leif Vollebekk (all the way from Canada!) along with her for the ride, before she herself runs back overseas. You can catch Angie and Leif at The Metro Theatre for $28.35, doors at 8pm.

For more information and to get tickets click HERE

Hockey Dad

9th Sept / The Enmore

Hockey Dad are an absolutely raucous bunch, but they’re probably still a little jet-lagged from their massive Europe tour. The duo are powering on with more Aussie dates, and they want you to join the club. They’re bringing Tiny Little Houses, Totty, and Milky Thred along, so you won’t want to miss it. Tickets are available from $23.90, and doors will be open at 7:30pm.

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Thelma Plum

14th Sept / Oxford Art Factory

Thelma Plum has delivered us a tasty treat with ‘Clumsy Love’, the first new music from the singer-songwriter in four years (save for here stellar collabs with Golden Features and AB Original). The Brisbane star has been busy touring, so she’ll own the stage at Oxford Art Factory. Tickets are $28.99, doors open at 8pm.

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Sex on Toast

22nd Sept / Rad, Wollongong

To coincide with the release of their new EP Rough, Sex on Toast are bringing an afternoon of their unique 80s inspired blend to Wollongong’s Rad Bar, and they only wanna party with you! You can catch the Melbourne band after 3:30pm, with tickets just $20 at the door.

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Wolf Alice

23rd Sept / The Metro

North London’s Wolf Alice know how to make us feel the full range of human emotion, as proved on their 2017 LP Visions of a Life. Leading the band is Ellie Rowsell, and she doesn’t hold back when she’s at the mic. For bonus value, their bringing Brisbane punks Waax along for the ride. Tickets are on sale for $69.90, and the doors will open at 7pm.

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Noname

25th Sept / The Metro

Noname has made quite a name for herself since the release of her 2016 mixtape Telefone. Teasing us with the release of an LP recently, the Chicago rapper is bringing extra hype to Sydney’s Metro Theatre for a mid-week pick-me-up that’s sure to be praised. Tickets for the show are going for $68, and doors open at 8pm.

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Destroyer

28th Sept / Oxford Art Factory

After 12 albums, Destroyer is coming to Australia for the first time ever. Playing his debut Sydney show at the Oxford Art Factory, the Canadian will be joined by Jess Locke for an evening of beautiful indie-guitar. All of the young revolutionary capitalists have pretty much already been invited, but tickets are $49.90 if you still need to get one

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Jack River

28th Sept / The Metro

Hailing from Forster, Jack River will probably be taking a ride in a limo to get to The Metro Theatre on the 28th, when she brings all of the energy from her new single into focus for a night of big hits (and a bit of whistling). You can catch Jack River after doors open at 8pm, and a ticket will only cost $31.75.

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