Is anyone else still feeling scattered after the long weekend? I spent all day yesterday streaming the Grammys in a state of panic.
How did U2 get from Madison Square Garden to The Statue of Liberty and back so quickly? Is James Corden meant to be funny?
Then Tyler’s outfit sent me right over the edge . . .
Anyway, Barocca and a siesta. Laneway’s on this weekend.
03/02: DZ Deathrays Bloody Lovely Pop Up Bar
To celebrate the release of Bloody Lovely, DZ Deathrays are teaming up with Young Henry‘s to organise a popup bar at Ramblin’ Rascal Tavern.
Deathrays will be DJing with limited edition pink vynil available for sale.
“Booze slingin’, undie droppin’ good times”.
03/02: Old Mate’s Block Party
The third annual Old Mate’s Block Party is taking place at The Factory, Marrickville, this Saturday at 3pm.
The festival was started by the Lockhearts to unite and celebrate the local music scene across Sydney. Here’s some of what you’ll hear on the day.
Tickets: First release have sold out, second release are $30. Get in quick as the event will sell out.
03/02: Heineken & Of Leisure Present PLAY – Young Franco – The Greens
Of Leisure and Heineken are continuing their nationwide party series, PLAY. Sydney’s event will take place at The Greens (North Sydney), featuring beers and beats. (There’s also barefoot bowling for early birds.)
Things get started on Saturday at 3pm. Tickets are free.
03/02: Sampology & Andy Webb
Freda‘s will play host to a three-hour DJ set by Brisbane-based producer Sampology this Saturday. Freda’s is promising “uncontrollable hip movement” which actually sounds dangerous and irresponsible.
Things kick-off at 8, with Andy Webb in support.
04/02: Laneway Festival
It’s that time of year again. Laneway will be making its way to SCA and Callan Park in Rozelle this weekend. The venue boasts world heritage parklands, natural amphitheatres, and sandstone buildings.
The lineup is stacked, featuring artists like BADBADNOTGOOD, Alex Cameron, Aldous Harding, Father John Misty, Cable Ties, Bonobo, Moses Sumney and Pond.
Things kickoff at 11am on Sunday. (Yeah. Plan your sickies now.)
04/02: Laneway After Party
Laneway kick-ons will be getting started at 8.30 at the Oxford Art Factory, featuring BADBADNOTGOOD, Kllo, and Roy Molloy on horn (Alex Cameron), amongst other local labels and friends.
Seriously, line up your list of Monday morning excuses now.
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