Start your weekend vibe early with a couple of great acts this Thursday. Firstly, Barbara on Warner Street are playing host for up and coming local lads To The Planetarium. With their alternative time signatures and post rock vibe, you’re in for a real treat. Secondly, if you’re a little more pop sensibility with your rock n roll, then Sydney boys PLANET have got your back. Playing at our brother venue The Foundry as part of the release of their single “Aching Dream”, PLANET are sure to get your Thursday eve movin’ so Friday doesn’t seem like such a drag.
If you lost control of your bank account Thursday night then never fear, Heya Bar has got you covered (or at least the door price) with their free weekly event Heywire. This week local indie rockers Soda Jerks are on the bill with a fresh new single “Antipodes”. Written about homesickness and unreasonable sadness, come give your earholes something wholesome to start your weekend.
On Saturday afternoon we have a sneaky lil gig, Jacob Diamond from Perth will be gracing us with his golden locks and folky tunes for the release of his single “Blue Begets Blue”. So come along and chuck us a visit, local beauts Kieran T Stevenson and Jo Davies will also be serenading our earwaves, twill be a real nice afternoon. However, if you’re looking for a bit more party to send you into your Saturday eve, then the Jungle Love Festival team have got you sorted with their launch party held at The Zoo and spilling into Winn Lane. The night is stacked full of incredible acts from Fight Ibis to The Jensens, as well as a DJ stage and roving performance pieces. It’s a whole experience, very much recommended if you’re up for something different or think it could be your jam.
And last but not least, all you diehard emo kids out there, Eatons Hill Hotel has got a treat for you as the gents from Mayday Parade hit the road to play their ten year anniversary gig for the album “A Lesson In Romantics”. So if you’re up for some sad boy lyrics or a trip down memory lane, get out your blacks and sing your heart out before Monday comes knocking.