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Brisbane's September Gig Guide

 

 

September has a club sandwich worth of gigs for you in the upcoming month. From massive festivals to tours to froth over, Brisbane's going to be lit up by quite the fairy lights of artists, and in just four weeks? You better have saved up your dollars because they're definitely going to be needed for this!

Safia - Woolly Mammoth - 3.09.2015

A Splendour set that caused wide spread frothing overdose, the lads are back and on the road bringing their array of hits. From Embracing Me, to their Take Me Over collab with Peking Duk, these guys have been doing a whole lot of good. A little too much good, so much that you need to go see them live. Just do it. Do it now. Just book. Done. Life is better.

Big Sound - Various Venues - 9.09.2015 to 11.09.2015

To say this is pretty much the biggest music event Brisbane has is an understatement. With too many artists to count, the festival brings the brightest up and coming musicians Australia has to offer and gives them the keys to Brisbane, and lets them run wild. With pretty much every major music venue teaming with live music over the two days, and industry professionals giving the What's Up of music, this is one thing you cannot miss in your year. 

Mojo Juju - The Brightside - 10.09.2015

A soul bended jazz style that makes you want to take your clothes off in the most tasteful way possible. Mojo Juju has released a new record and is ready to fill your ears with it. A voice that takes off from the get go shines in the live area, that is sure to make your heart soar. 

The Smith Street Band - The Tivoli - 13.09.2015

Melbourne crew are back again in Brissie, bringing their heavy sound to all the moshers out there in the crowd. Known for making you sweat from partying too hard, their live shows are always injected with energy and a good bloody time. One of the most accessible heavy rock acts out there at the moment, if you're looking for something out of your usual genre, these lads are a great place to start.

Little May - The Foundry - 19.09.2015

Sydney darlings Little May are releasing a record soon. It's their debut album. It will be pretty great. But they're giving you a chance to get up close and personal with their gorgeous melodic bliss and let you breathe a sigh of relief that you had the pleasure of being in the same room as them. They've been supporting Angus and Julia Stone at the start of the year, with a cheeky pop over to the Bonnaroo Festival as well as appearing at the Reading and Leeds Festival last weekend. They've done their bit, now you do yours.

The Preatures - The Met - 19.09.2015

Somebody's talking, and it's all about The Preatures. Indie pop infection comes in waves with these guys, bringing great vibes and danceable tracks. Their first Brissie stop over for some time now so it's your chance to get amongst the hype, they always put on quite the joyous live spot, so you know it's just going to be a fun fun time. 

Last Dinosaurs - The Triffid - 25.09.2015

They dropped a record last week and we still have yet to turn it off repeat. They've been rocking it around the block with their indie pop deliciousness, filling rooms with rad tunes and good times. It's your chance to catch these homegrown heroes in all their glory, with their live vibes one of their most notable highlights. 

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