We hope you have the music in you, cos this weekend is all about experimental tunes. From post-punk to Berlin dub-inspired rock, droning electronica to Kylie cover night, we want to help you expand your auditory horizons. Here’s what’s going down in Sydney this weekend.
Le Pie sings Kylie
Tokyo Sing Song, 11pm
The Sha La La’s will join Sydney’s newest indie-pop princess, Le Pie, who is gearing up for a spot at Fairgrounds Festival in a few weeks, on Friday for an evening of shameless Kylie Minogue covers. It’s also her birthday, so put on a ridiculous outfit, fill your bag with confetti to share, and get a bit weird.
R E M I E M B E R
Alaska Projects, Level 2, Kings Cross Car Park, 9A Elizabeth Bay Rd, 7-8pm
Assault your senses in a car park in Kings Cross this Sunday evening, with a collaborative display of mediums ranging from surround-sound electronic music, immersive video art and spatial design.
Glebe Town Hall, 6.30-9.30pm
Berlin-based instrumental trio AUTOMAT, comprised of Jochen Arbeit, Achim Färber and Georg Zeitblom comes to Glebe’s Common Electric Series this Sunday, bringing with them their dub-inspired underground rock. Supported by a rare solo set from Hinterlandt, and co-presented by the Goethe Institut and Places + Spaces.
Moneys? $20, tickets available on Moshtix.