Our friends at Tone Deaf have done it again, and put together a marvellous list of new live music venues that you should most definitely check out.
Venues in Adelaide and Brisbane got a bit of coverage, which is awesome to see.
Here’s a few in Sydney that you should take a gander at and #livethegig!
- The Factory Floor – 105 Victoria Rd, Marrickville
Below the Factory Theatre, there lies a new 250-capacity theatre and has become a bustling space for live music. It also sells delicious beer for wonderfully cheap prices and has an outdoor courtyard. Yum.
- The Roller Den – 35 Erskineville Rd, Erskineville
Located in the basement of the Imperial Hotel, this little groovy hotspot opened up in March, and has hosted many of Australia’s newest young musical talent of a huge range.
- The Standard Bowl – Level 3, 383 Bourke St, Surry Hills
Booze, bands and bowling, all in one location. You can’t go wrong with that. The venue has always been a cool set up for intimate and funky gigs, hosting a wide range of acts from City and Colour to Childish Gambino and Australia’s Glass Towers.
- The Lewisham – 794 Parramatta Rd, Lewisham
Named by Time Out as one of the top 5 best pubs for live music in the city, The Lewisham has got you covered with constant live and local music action throughout the week. You can expect a different genre any day of the week!
- Newtown Social Club – 387 King St, Newtown
Established by Corner Presents, Newtown Social is a hip little venue catering to the weird and wonderful musical hub of Newtown. Quality live music of diverse genres, great sound and cool vibes.