Sydney-based label Rare Finds is doing what few others are doing these days, starting up a new live platform for musicians to perform with a new indie club night, showcasing killer local bands once a month at venues around Sydney.
Following the mould of their other monthly curated indie night Visions, Rare Finds will be putting on free parties on the last Friday of every month, kicking off on Friday April 24th at the newly revamped Sly Fox in Enmore. The first night will be headlined by Jenny Broke The Window who have recently been laying low recording tracks for their much anticipated debut record. In support will be Sydney garage rockers Food Court, fresh from their recent tour with Northeast Party House, alt-rockers Hedge Fund, and groove-king Winston Surfshirt – and yeah, did we mention it’s free.
Rare Finds have a pretty impressive back catalogue with releases from Dune Rats, Millions, Gung Ho, Cub Sport, The Griswolds and Hey Geronimo under their belt. These guys have been heavily involved with promoting and curating live music in Sydney which is something hugely important, yet something we don’t see enough of. They know how to throw a loose party and The Sly Fox is the perfect spot for the night.
See all the details here and make sure you get your arse there. It’s gonna be a blast.