It was a night for the big bands at Transit bar on Saturday night when Kid Confucius came to town.
With some changes to its line-up and a new approach to shows, Sydney collective Kid Confucius has entered its next phase.
Kid Confucius have been steadily touring their unique blend of Australian soulful funk for the past three or four years. After taking a well deserved break for the earlier part of 2008 to write and record a new album, the boys are back on the road with a
Eight-piece, all-male band Kid Confucius offered a rousing and well-received debut of their new tracks to a packed crowd.
A balmy Saturday down at Bondi provided the perfect backdrop for WAYS annual Bondi Blitz music festival. A culmination of the ongoing Bondi Live Music Project and 2008 Youth Week, supported by Waverly, Wollahra and Randwick Councils.
This month's Feelgood Festival just got a whole lot more essential - with the addition of an extra stage in Luna Park's brand new music venue, Sonar.
Having spent the last three months touring the nation, Kid Confucius wrap up their jaunt with a gig at the Metro.
It's been quite the week for local act Kid Confucius - not only did the lads take home a Dance Music Award - they've also signed a deal with Mushroom Publishing