Experimental, intimidating and provocative, SOFT CENTRE was everything that I could hope for from Sydney’s cultural scene.
The Melbourne/Naarm-based experimental-electronic artist recently played two sold-out solo shows at Phoenix Central Park.
The Oxford Art Factory team is set to take over operations for the venue while maintaining its iconic gig room.
Metal emerges from Manning Bar.
Between Kinder, Mashd N Kutcher, Riton, and USyd’s own DJ Society, Manning Bar patrons were treated to a night that more than justified the ticket price.
To The Grave played a cathartic set that brought Manning to life.
Science and music usually shouldn’t mix. But when done right you might just get an emulsion.
The Wollongong four-piece bring their brand of indie surf-rock to Manning.
Tyne-James Organ brings chords and charisma to Manning.
The iconic venue is set to close its doors in April due to the forced closure of its Gig Room.