This is String Elephants, the self-described “bunch of lads making fast, catchy songs with lots of sweet melodies, funky bass lines and lively drum beats.” This still is from their video Reflection, which you can find here. Check them out on Friday night at the Phoenix as they share the stage with Organic Mechanic and Wesley & The Crushers.
Lacklustre Records will be putting on their last show at the current headquarters – one of the more tight-knit yet high-energy venues in the nation’s capital – so help say goodbye with this Friday’s show featuring Carb on Carb, Zen Haircuts, Lost Coast and Azim Zain. On the same night, Mr Wolf will be hosting the launch of Young Monks’ new single “Bayside Suicide” – tune into 2XXFM’s LocalnLive this week as we chat to them all about it!
Also, tune into LocalnLive on Friday, DJ Razzle Dazzle will be having a chat with Canberra indie folk stars Brother Be, who will be launching their new video for the single “Nine Dollars” at the Polish White Eagle Club. They will be sharing the stage with The Postmasters, An Inconvenient Groove and Nic Cage & The Bad Seats on Saturday night – more details below!
- Reclink Community Cup Social Club w/ Loud So Clear and CJ Shaw @ The Phoenix, 7.30 pm start
- Chasing Chet @ Smith’s Alternative, 7 – 9 pm
- The New Zealand Guitar Quartet @ Wesley Music Centre, 7 pm start
- The Supper Club – Live Jazz @ Molly, 10 pm start
- Storm Cellar @ Harmonie German Club, 7 pm start
- Thundamentals ‘Decade of the Thundakat’ tour @ UC Refectory, 8 pm start **SOLD OUT**
- Iron & Wine @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 7.30 pm start
- Lulu & Mischka @ Power Yoga Canberra Woden, 7.30 pm start
- Carb On Carb, Zen Haircuts, Lost Coast and Azim Zain @ Lacklustre HQ, 7.30 pm start
- Castlecomer @ Transit Bar, 8 pm start
- Young Monks ‘Bayside Suicide’ single launch @ Mr Wolf, 8 pm start
- String Elephants, Organic Mechanic and Wesley & The Crushers @ The Phoenix, 9 pm start
- Hurly Burly Winter Fair @ Garema Place, 12 pm start
- Moondog Blues @ Old Canberra Inn, 2 – 5 pm
- Tangalo @ Smith’s Alternative, 3 – 5 pm
- Bomb Collar by Nick Delatovic @ Hurly Burly Winter Fair, 5.30 pm start
- Jet @ UC Refectory, 7:30 pm start
- Shane Pacey Trio @ Harmonie German Club, 7 pm start
- Great Waitress and EMSC Trio @ Drill Hall Gallery, 5.30 pm start
- Brother Be ‘Nine Dollars’ video premiere and launch party w/ The Postmasters, An Inconvenient Groove and Nic Cage & The Bad Seats @ Polish White Eagle Club, 7.30 pm start
- Griffin Band @ Smith’s Alternative, 7 – 9 pm
- The Lulu Raes w/ Gold Member @ Transit Bar, 8 pm start
- Sunday Jazz Jam @ Smith’s Alternative, 1.30 pm start
- T.K. Reeve @ Old Canberra Inn, 3 – 6 pm
- Groove Warehouse Sunday Sessions @ Smith’s Alternative, 4 – 6 pm
- Karin Schaupp and Umberto Clerici @ The Street Theatre, 4 pm start
- The Legendary Gurdas Maan @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 7 pm start
- Branford Marsalis Quartet @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 8 pm start
- The Paul McKenna Band @ Smith’s Alternative, 7 – 9 pm
- Fourplay @ The Street Theatre, 7.30 pm start
Check out our Gig Guide for upcoming world-class live music showcasing local talents, Australian artists, and international musical acts at some of the best venues in the country. Find out about the latest gallery and exhibition openings, new restaurants, all-day cultural events, family-friendly activities, and so much more. There truly is something on offer for everyone, no matter what tastes and interests you have.
Our What’s On page details the shows, events, and activities taking place over the coming days. We make it easy to plan your week, with all of the vital information in one place: when, where, who, and why.
So, get your diary ready and start making plans. It’s time to explore Canberra’s lively events calendar, and get the most out of life in our wonderful city.