Are you ready to check out the impressive line-up of musicians who will be performing at our Sydney SS17 Market this 8th, 9th and 10th December?
Find us back at our new location, The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve at the earlier opening time of 5pm on Friday night for a jam-packed evening of live music as well as legendary Purple Sneakers DJ . Share a wine with friends and dance along to the sweet tunes all weekend long, with extended Christmas trade on Saturday ‘til 7pm too!
The kids can also enjoy a special morning performance too! Popular family friendly band The Vegetable Plot will have two great sets over the weekend. But that’s not all, check out the rest of the great bands below who will be taking up residence on our live music stage!
Friday 8th December
Shelley’s Murder Boys – 5pm
Richard Cuthbert – 6pm
Taryn La Fauci – 7pm
Martin Novosel (Purple Sneakers DJ) – 8pm
Saturday 9th December
The Vegetable Plot – 10:30am
Jack Shit (DJ) – 12:00pm
Lisa Caruso – 2pm
Ollie Brown – 3pm
DJ Dylabolical – 4pm
Sunday 10th December
The Vegetable Plot – 10:30am
Jack Shit (DJ) – 12:00pm
Leroy Lee – 2pm
DJ Dylabolical - 3pm
Shelley’s Murder Boys
Turn off the highway and head into the hills with Shelley’s Murder Boys – a band that brings a new verve to the old timey music of the Appalachians. With a haunting fiddle, a rollicking guitar, and a twanging banjo, Shelley and the boys will take you on a journey to their porch in the backwoods. You may never escape. In the band’s own words: “We are just a simple devil-lovin’ family that play bluegrass and folk tunes about the hills and rivers we’ve roamed, the things we’ve seen and the stories we’ve been told.”
Featuring Shelley, Jimmy and Joe, the band has appeared at several folk festivals and have supported many bands, such as The Backsliders.
Richard Cuthbert is a singer-songwriter from Sydney. Cuthbert has recently signed with Broken Stone Records and his third album, “Peach, Plum”, was released in June 2016. The first single off the album, “Swimming Pool”, was released in November 2015 to acclaim and has been on rotation on FBi ever since. He has previously released two albums on Sydney label Sin Scivvy, 2012’s Adventure Bay Rock, and 2014’s Winterlude.
Cuthbert has also recorded and performed under the band name Cuthbert and the Night Walkers. The band toured nationally, played a host of festivals, supported the likes of Peter, Bjorn and John, Kate Miller-Heidke, Old Man River, The John Steel Singers, Sparkadia, Jamie T, and released 2 albums on ABC Music. Cuthbert also plays and writes in Sydney country outfit Green Mohair Suits and plays guitar in psychedelic pop act Richard in Your Mind.
Taryn La Fauci
Taryn La Fauci is a heartfelt navigator whose songs are crafted around the Alt-Folk and Americana genres, drawing similarities to Natalie Merchant, Joni Mitchell and Cat Power. The 26 year-old Sydney based artist physically and digitally released her debut 5-track EP, Unveil, on Friday 20th February 2015 on iTunes and GooglePlay, with Independent Label WJO having distribution rights to the release.
“Taryn’s lyrics may at first seem rather personal and inward-looking, but closer attention will invariably yield the realisation that the situations and stances reflect the listener’s own experiences just as much.” – David Kidman, Fatea UK
Martin Novosel (Purple Sneakers DJ)
Martin Novosel is the founder of club brand turned popular niche music blog Purple Sneakers, which this year is celebrating its 10th birthday with ‘Ten Years Of Taste’.
Martin DJs under his own name as well as with Purple Sneakers DJs. He has mixed compilations, released singles and remixes, toured the world, played just about every Australian festival, and has toured and played with acts like Diplo, Flume, Hot Chip, Major Lazer, Flosstradamus, The Rapture and many more.
The Vegetable Plot is a “roots musical” for kids, families and foodies starring some of Sydney’s tastiest musicians and singers. Serving up a feast of fresh grooves, catchy tunes, colourful characters and delicious puns, this funky bunch will ensure you never think about roots music or vegetables the same way again. So come and join Aspara Gus, Sir Paul McCarrotney and friends as they take you underground for a ride on the soil train. Winner of the Fringe Kids Award at the 2014 Sydney Fringe.
“Excellent morals delivered in a wonderful way by passionate people” – What’s On Sydney
“Beautifully together, experienced and artfully aware of what excites children” – Lisa Thatcher
“We LOVED the show today veggies! The band was amazing and the songs were sooooooo groovy. Buzz and I laughed and tapped our toes and had the best afternoon out. Lah-Lah xx” – Lah Lah, ABC Kids
Described by Double J as “genuinely interesting pop music”, Sydney based artist Lisa Caruso’s wistful songs are quickly garnering a captive following. With powerful love-lorn vocals and heart-on-sleeve lyrics driving a gutsy indie-folk sound, Caruso is often compared to a modern day Edith Piaf for her hauntingly beautiful voice and impassioned delivery.
“It’s always fun to cotton on to an artist as they’re beginning to flourish on the local scene, and it’s even better to see their potential that you know more people should be switching on to. We think that Lisa is one of these artists” – The AU Review
In the three years since Brown’s first EP release, ‘Moving On’, the 25 year old Sydney based Singer/Songwriter has toured Australia with The Beach Boys, Michael Bublé, Bic Runga, James Reyne, David Ryan Harris, Kina Grannis and many more. He has played multiple sold out shows at the Sydney Opera House, performed three times at Byron Bay Bluesfest and received airplay on over thirty radio stations across North America.
DJ Dylabolical is one of Sydney’s finest purveyors of forgotten nostalgic pop music and upbeat mutli-genre party tunes. He ran the 60’s dance party Twist and Shout for four years from 2010 to 2014 and has also DJ’d everywhere around town including: the Sydney Festival, Black Cherry, Jurassic Lounge, the This Is Not Art Festival, the Gumball festival, Splendour in the Grass and the Underbelly Arts Festival.
Enchanting songsmith and acoustic guitarist, LEROY LEE creates intimate and hypnotic lamp-lit tunes, drawing the listener into his unique world. From driving guitar riffs to intricate finger-picking melodies, Leroy is reminiscent of English folk legends like Nick Drake and Bert Jansch. His EP “Arcadia“ is an intuitive brew, weaving poetic metaphors around everyday experience, transporting us with intricate melodic textures … surprising us with his turns of phrase and sonically rich guitar landscapes – twisting and turning, leading us on an intimate journey of surprise and intrigue.