The last RBSS for the year, and with Basenji, Mallrat, Haiku Hands and Genesis Owusu its sure to be a cracker!
A one-off collaborative rave bringing Berlin’s influential club night Fleisch, to a secret Sydney location.
Are you 15-19 years old and love art? Playwave is right up your alley.
Freedom Time makes its Sydney debut, bringing the positive vibes and warm atmosphere.
The Iranian-Dutch multi-disciplinary artist brings her visceral and rhythmically tense music to OAF in Jan.
Jlin’s sub-bass and clattering rhythms are cause for frenetic footwork.
Kick your own ass to the kerb for the 2018 Heaps Gay Street Party.
International pioneers and local champions creating your perfect Sunday arvo escape.
Mount Eerie and Julie Byrne combine forces for a night of minimalist, melancholic sounds.
Fearless vocals, captivating performances, and ambitious songwriting. Make sure you catch Aldous Harding at Sydfest.
Britain’s newest hope in hip hop Loyle Carner comes to Australia in January.
Hear The War On Drugs expertly layered and sonically textured sounds this February.
Already wowing audiences across the UK, make sure you see Dream Wife at OAF before they go global.
Lo-fi mastermind (Sandy) Alex G makes his Australian debut this January.
Booming vocals, innovative production and bright melodies, don’t miss Sylvan Esso this February.
5 artists, 1 band. The Internet continue their love affair with Australia in February.
Grime it up with this bassline junky when he comes to Australia in 2018!
Are you prepared for the utter strength and charm of Perfume Genius?
King Krule OOZes talent, delivering piercing narratives and heartbreaking poetry with flawless intent.
One of the great rhyme mavericks and one half of infamous rap duo Outkast comes our way in March.
Kings of the Desert Blues genre, Tinariwen are a musical oasis sprouting from the barren Sahara.