Going Down: 6 Nov - 8 Nov

Weekend weather forecast: glum. Luckily we’re here to brighten your day with all the news of what’s going down this weekend.


FRIDAY

  November Exhibitions Opening at AirSpace Projects AirSpace Projects, 10 Junction St, Marrickville, 6-8pm Marrickville’s AirSpace Projects has four new exhibitions running from 6-21 November. Showcasing the works of Sally Clarke, Jan Fieldsend, Sophie Clague, Maria Miranda, Norie Neumark and Sarah Newall, the diverse collections approach ideas ranging from the ‘Stupliminity and the Aesthetics of Neo-Liberalism’ to narratives of the Australian Bush. Come on down for the opening night, with a special performance by Kate She-Bush.

 

November Exhibitions Opening at AirSpace Projects

AirSpace Projects, 10 Junction St, Marrickville, 6-8pm

Marrickville’s AirSpace Projects has four new exhibitions running from 6-21 November. Showcasing the works of Sally Clarke, Jan Fieldsend, Sophie Clague, Maria Miranda, Norie Neumark and Sarah Newall, the diverse collections approach ideas ranging from the ‘Stupliminity and the Aesthetics of Neo-Liberalism’ to narratives of the Australian Bush. Come on down for the opening night, with a special performance by Kate She-Bush.


  DOUBLE PARKED: Second Offence TBA (sneaky sneaky), from 9pm Electronic music collectives and all-round party crews Alltvlk and Post Pluto have teamed up again to curate the good times. To be held in another park in Sydney’s inner west, this is the ideal Friday for those who enjoy house and techno. Follow the event for more information as it’s revealed: www.facebook.com/events/775963979198564/

 

DOUBLE PARKED: Second Offence

TBA (sneaky sneaky), from 9pm

Electronic music collectives and all-round party crews Alltvlk and Post Pluto have teamed up again to curate the good times. To be held in another park in Sydney’s inner west, this is the ideal Friday for those who enjoy house and techno.

Follow the event for more information as it’s revealed: www.facebook.com/events/775963979198564/


  Vino Paradiso 2015 The Rocks, Friday (10am-9pm), Saturday (10am-9pm), Sunday (10am-6pm) For fans of fermented grapes, The Rocks is where you want to be this weekend. Over 130 vendors of food, craft brews and most importantly wine will be offering their tasty goods, including a selection of over 1000 wines from 80 wineries across 32 Australian wine regions.

 

Vino Paradiso 2015

The Rocks, Friday (10am-9pm), Saturday (10am-9pm), Sunday (10am-6pm)

For fans of fermented grapes, The Rocks is where you want to be this weekend. Over 130 vendors of food, craft brews and most importantly wine will be offering their tasty goods, including a selection of over 1000 wines from 80 wineries across 32 Australian wine regions.


  Visions #17 Waywards (above The Bank), 9pm Visions is back for the seventeenth time (what?!), and as usual are on point in bringing you the freshest local talent of the moment. Come down on Friday to see Noire, Hedge Fund, Alex Cross, SAP, and DJ sets from Deep Sea Arcade, Lulu Raes and Visions.

 

Visions #17

Waywards (above The Bank), 9pm

Visions is back for the seventeenth time (what?!), and as usual are on point in bringing you the freshest local talent of the moment. Come down on Friday to see Noire, Hedge Fund, Alex Cross, SAP, and DJ sets from Deep Sea Arcade, Lulu Raes and Visions.


Awesome Tapes from Africa

Goodgod Small Club, 9pm-3am

Brian Shimkovitz is a globe-trotting musicologist on a quest to unearth, re-release and DJ tracks from African pop music cassettes – thus exists his project ‘Awesome Tapes From Africa’. If you can handle the heat, come get your dose of afro-funk this Friday and vibe supporting sets by Jamie Tiller, Jimmy Caution, Smokey La Beef and Dusty Fingers.

Moneys? $18+BF via Moshtix


SATURDAY

  Allsorts Market Newtown Hotel, 10am-4pm Dear Pluto, curators of those fab markets you’ve seen at Café Lounge and Laneway Fest, are hosting a market at Newtown Hotel this Saturday. Come get your nails did by Cutiecoolz, get a cheeky card by Millie Hall, all while sinking a brew and helping support the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.

 

Allsorts Market

Newtown Hotel, 10am-4pm

Dear Pluto, curators of those fab markets you’ve seen at Café Lounge and Laneway Fest, are hosting a market at Newtown Hotel this Saturday. Come get your nails did by Cutiecoolz, get a cheeky card by Millie Hall, all while sinking a brew and helping support the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.


  Vinyl Records Pop-Up Store Newtown Social Club, 12pm-5pm The Crate Diggers Collective are putting on the first of what is to be monthly pop-up vinyl stores on the first Saturday of each month. Have a geeze at what’s on offer from the selections of seven specialist traders.

 

Vinyl Records Pop-Up Store

Newtown Social Club, 12pm-5pm

The Crate Diggers Collective are putting on the first of what is to be monthly pop-up vinyl stores on the first Saturday of each month. Have a geeze at what’s on offer from the selections of seven specialist traders.


Summer Psyche Out Soiree with Jake Blood and Hysteric

The Chippendale Hotel, 3pm-12am

Melbourne mates Jake Blood and George Hysteric are heading our way this weekend to bring something fresh to the electronic music scene at The Chippendale Hotel. Blood will have the basement covered, utlising vintage hardware and rare completely analogue production to create dark, bleak, minimal electronica. Meanwhile, former resident DJ at The Toff and regular at Revolver, Hysteric will be manning the courtyard with his collection of 80s synthpop and ‘Italo-disco’ records.

 Moneys? $10 from www.thisiswhitelabel.com or on the door


  SafARI 2016 Live Performance Fundraiser Freda’s, 7pm-1am The SafARI HQ team is delivering cheap drinks, experimental sounds, visuals and performances by Matthew Brown, Orion, Wet Kiss and more to spice up your Saturday evening. Supported by Young Henry’s and Freda’s, this event will raise funds for SafARI’s artistic program for next year. Moneys? $10 pre-sale, $15 on the door.

 

SafARI 2016 Live Performance Fundraiser

Freda’s, 7pm-1am

The SafARI HQ team is delivering cheap drinks, experimental sounds, visuals and performances by Matthew Brown, Orion, Wet Kiss and more to spice up your Saturday evening. Supported by Young Henry’s and Freda’s, this event will raise funds for SafARI’s artistic program for next year.

Moneys? $10 pre-sale, $15 on the door.


SUNDAY

Art for Refugees

Black Lotus Studios, cnr Gladstone and Wilford St, Enmore, 3pm-6pm

An enormous selection of works from contemporary Australian artists will be exhibited this Sunday, with all funds raised being donated to UNHCR in support of aid for the Syrian refugee crisis.


Creative Conversations

Newtown Mission, 280a King St, Newtown, from 2.30pm

Local visual and performing artists will be presenting works designed to inspire dialogue on two of the most pressing issues in our society – climate change and asylum seekers. The exhibition will be open at various times throughout the week, with an extended program occurring on Sunday to coincide with Newtown Festival.

Moneys? Entry by donation, with funds raised to support Newtown Mission, Asylum Seekers Centre and TEAR climate projects in Nepal.


Bin Juice ‘Episode IV’ EP Launch

The Townie, 7pm

Bin Juice ‘Episode IV’ will help you get funky on Sunday night with the release of their new EP ‘Episode IV’ at the Townie, with Winston Surfshirt and Salvador Dali Lama.


  Newtown Festival Kick-ons at Marly/Tokyo Sing Song/Miss Peaches The Marlborough Hotel, Tokyo Sing Song, Miss Peaches  Your mates up north King St know that you’ll be left high and dry at the termination of the days’ festivities, thus they’ve made it easy to keep the party going. Le Pie, Black Zeroes, Solid Effort, Food Court and Skeggs will be bringing the tunes at the Marlborough Hotel from 5pm, while downstairs Love Club gets weird at Tokyo Sing Song and Miss Peaches lends a stage to The Sweet Jelly Rolls and Jinja Safari DJs.

 

Newtown Festival Kick-ons at Marly/Tokyo Sing Song/Miss Peaches

The Marlborough Hotel, Tokyo Sing Song, Miss Peaches

 Your mates up north King St know that you’ll be left high and dry at the termination of the days’ festivities, thus they’ve made it easy to keep the party going. Le Pie, Black Zeroes, Solid Effort, Food Court and Skeggs will be bringing the tunes at the Marlborough Hotel from 5pm, while downstairs Love Club gets weird at Tokyo Sing Song and Miss Peaches lends a stage to The Sweet Jelly Rolls and Jinja Safari DJs.