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Gig Guide in Marrickville - July 2023

Have you been missing the live music scene? Needing a live entertainment fix? Check out what’s coming up in Marrickville and (slightly) beyond.



Jemima Dunsmore & The Playing Minds 'Relapse' EP Launch

Tuesday July 11th | Tickets $17 | Doors open 7pm Butcher’s Brew Bar, 499 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill

Drawing on music from all different genres incl. Pop, R&B, Jazz, Indie, Funk & more, 'Relapse' explores the effects of slipping back into bad habits. Jemima's aim is to allow those who relate to feel a sense of comfort & for those who don't relate to feel a sense of understanding.


Oneohtrix Point Neverth

Friday July 14th | Tickets $79 | Show starts 8pm

City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Place, Sydney

Fresh from work with The Weeknd, Charli XCX and FKA Twigs, Oneohtrix Point Never effortlessly traverses the vast intersections between music, pop culture and history; a sonic body of work that feels magically futuristic and nostalgic at the same time.


Mitch Anderson Band Saturday July 15th | Tickets $27 | Doors open 6pm Butcher’s Brew Bar, 499 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill

One of the most dynamic singers Australia has to offer, bringing his unique blend of Blues & Funk to the world stage for over 20 years, delivering a powerful soul-filled performance with a passion that has to be experienced live to be believed.


Sydney Blues Challenge

Sunday July 16th | Tickets $25 | Doors open 5pm

Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar

Love The Blues? You need to hit up the Sydney Blues Challenge. A Single and Duos event, the winner will be sent to Memphis for the International Blues Challenge. Your $25 ticket gets you some of the best Blues in Sydney AND a meal!


The Smashed Avocados, Tundra & Hunting Thompson

Thursday July 20th | Tickets $10 | Doors open 7pm

The Gasoline Pony, 115 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville

It’s student night at The Gasoline Pony! For only $10, you’ll see 3 phenomenal bands, plus happy hour is running all night long!


Berias Masseque & Friends Saturday July 29th | Tickets $27 | Doors open 6pm Butcher’s Brew Bar, 499 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill

Berias Masseque was born in Xai Xai, Mozambique. He is far from the grass hut & gravel roads he calls home, but one listen to this singer/ songwriter’s uplifting music will open your eyes to the cultural mosaic still contained within him.


Claire Tonti - Debut album launch ‘Matrescence’ Sunday July 30th | Tickets $45 | Doors open 3-6pm The Great Club, 160-164 Livingstone Rd, Marrickville

Award-winning podcaster and songwriter Claire Tonti is bringing her heartfelt debut album ‘Matrescence’ to the Great Club, accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Ezekiel Fenn! The event will be opened by Matrescence activist and author Amy Taylor-Kabbaz and will feature Claire performing her album, followed by a duet with contemporary dancer, COPE advocate and author Ariane Beeston. The afternoon will finish with a panel and Q&A centred on motherhood, mental health and Matrescence.

Those Pretty Wrongs

Sunday August 6th | Tickets $50 | Doors open 6pm

The Great Club, 160-164 Livingstone Rd, Marrickville

Together, Jody Stephens and Luther Russell are Those Pretty Wrongs, who combine the lyrical and soulful harmony and jangle of both Big Star and classic 90s alt-country with the sort of folky, summery feeling that will warm anyone.

Jack Liebeck & Katya Apekisheva Thursday August 10th | Tickets $79 | Doors open 7pm

City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Place, Sydney

Jack Liebeck’s natural grace and virtuosity on violin, pairs with pianist Katya Apekisheva’s immaculate sensitivity as these two long-time collaborators perform a stunning program of Schubert, Brahms and Kreisler.


Katie Noonan

Fri August 18th | Tickets Seated $49 Standing $44 | Doors open 6pm

The Great Club, 160-164 Livingstone Rd, Marrickville

In this intimate performance, Katie will be previewing new material that will make up the forthcoming album ‘Being not Doing’ as well as some of her most loved songs. Katie is performing with her trio which features Steele Chabau (bass) and Dexter Hurren (drums).



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