53-55 Liverpool St
Sydney SA 2000
The Men paired up with local heroes Royal Headache for a loud and visceral aural assault in the cramped confines of Goodgod Small Club.
Hunting Grounds launched their new album 'In Hindsight' at Sydney's Goodgod Small Club, to a rocking crowd.
After releasing their well received debut album Twerps returned from their US tour and showed the sold out Goodgod audience that they can recreate their songs live as effectively and endearingly as they sound on record.
The annual Eight Miles High festival landed in GoodGod Small Club for an evening of psych rock celebrations.
Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes live up to the hype.
King Gizzard takes us on a trip through the music their grandparents probably made babies to.
Launching their debut full-length 'Bill, Dance, Shiner', Bearhug impress with their reverb-drenched tunes.
The night that was Chet Faker at GoodGood Small Club on Saturday can be summed up as a much more crowded old school house party with music that surpassed expectations.
My Disco make a triumphant return to Sydney for a powerful performance of their experimental post-punk sound.
With their ferocious performance and the crowds fevered response it’s surprising to see them in such a small venue but for now they seem happy where they are, dominating the stage.
Despite a too-cool-for-school crowd, Marnie Stern shreds her way through a wild hour of math rock. And that is that.
The Frowning Clouds led a time warp back to the 60s with their vintage blend of garage rock.
Richard in Your Mind and The Laurels treat us to a night of fuzz and other strange mutations in the GoodGod Small Bar.
All the way from California, Amanda Brown brought her lo-fi pop act, LA Vampires to Sydney.