It’s one for the little guys this weekend, with up and comers taking over the stages of the Oxford Art Factory and Factory theatre this weekend. Immerse yourself in a new genre and crowd; you never know what you’ll get out of it.
It’s a big weekend for up and comers on the Sydney music scene, with all your favourite venues holding host to the best new talent from Australia and the world. Whether you’re boogying at the Days Like This festival, or grooving to the sounds of Jess Locke, Thievery Corporation or Willow Beats, it’ll be a guaranteed good time.
Your favourite Easter rave is back and better than ever in 2018. On Good Friday, March 30, all the best of Australia’s indie musicians and bands will make their way to Marrickville for the biggest block party in the Inner West.
References to Pokémon, Halal Snack Packs and Flume, “Cooked” the second single from Slim Set’s ‘Feed’ EP has it all. While the hype around Grime worldwide may be slowing down, it feels like Aussie grime is just warming up.
One of Australia’s finest DJ exports digs deep to deliver an eclectic mix for the Dekmantel podcast series. It can be argued that Francisco Inferno Orchestra, real name Griffin James, set the scene for the recent explosion of Australian electronic acts making it big overseas.
After a long evening of casual banter and insouciant debauchery, I’d found myself lying stomach down in a drunken sweat. Breathing hard like a plump corgi, I blindly scoured the perimeter of the mattress for my phone to provide some sonic distraction.
Add some groove to your weekend with this lovely little selection of great Australian talent. Head on down to your local live music joint to catch up-and-comers Snape, Breizers, The Buoys, Genesis Owusu and Georgia June ...
Following on from our interview with TokiMonsta, BYO photographer Dylan Bow rocked up to her sideshow at Manning Bar to document all the action on Thursday night. Take a look at all the madness from this incredible night.
Make the most of the remaining Laneway sideshows with The Internet’s sideshow, or let out some of that pent-up energy with the Grenadiers or Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes; some of Sydney’s most energetic and loud acts.
Check out all the action from St. Jerome’s Laneway festival. This year Laneway was held at the Sydney College of the Arts, with standout acts Aldous Harding, Moses Sumney, POND, Loyle Carner and Mac Demarco.
Fresh off the musical press is the PB’s new single ‘Anicone’, which comes off the back of their debut ‘64’ released in 2017. Formerly known as the Pierce Brosnan’s, this follow up hit by the PB’s is a loud and commandeering tune that’s set to develop the band’s presence in the Australian music scene.
BYO Presents Montreal-born sensation, Gab Rhome, for this week’s edition of M’ix of the Week’. Having amassed an armada of label credits such as the well renowned Anjunadeep, All Day I Dream and Kindisch to name a few – Gab Rhome has built himself a reputation of value and class.
Escape the Laneway fomo with a whole host of local artists blowing up the stages of your favourite Sydney venues. With the second month of 2018 just warming up, February will be a good month for Sydney’s live music.
It’s the Australia Day Long weekend, and wouldn’t you know it, Sydney is partying through it with a swathe of gigs to get to. As always there’s a bunch of variety filling the city with sounds this week.
Being no stranger to the Australian EDM scene, Rufus Du Sol takes on this week’s Mix of the week. Pairing up with Australian local brand Zanerobe, 1/3 of Rüfüs Du Sol, JÜAN brings together a deep mix full of instrumental sounds, and low key melodies coalesced with recurring kicks and hi-hats.
This week catch Stella Donnelly on her ‘BOYS WILL BE BOYS’ tour alongside Ainsley Farrell and Antonia Susan. Paul McCartney drops by the Qudos Bank Arena, while Gang Of Youths, Future Islands and more are performing in Berry for Fairgrounds Festival 2017!
Norwegian electronic outfit Smerz are relatively new on the scene, but it’s hard to tell from their music. Their tracks are polished, enigmatic and all together something else; the latest offering from the duo, Half Life, being no exception.