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Aria, Unify, Warner Music Australia Presents


12:00pm, Sat 25 November, 2017
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Event Details

The New Noise 2017 is a FREE ALL AGES event that will showcase Australia's most exciting up and coming bands at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney on Saturday November 25. Coinciding with ARIA Week 2017, in its second year, The New Noise 2017 will take place over two stages and will feature huge sets from Columbus, The Brave, Belle Haven, Eat Your Heart Out, Far Away Stables, The Beautiful Monument and Easy Life.

Presented by Maniacs, UNIFY Presents and ARIA, The New Noise 2017 will feature as part of ARIA Week, which returns to Sydney in November in its dynamic and diverse sixth year with the biggest lineup yet. ARIA Week presents a program of gigs, showcases, conferences and events taking place in and around Sydney in celebration of Australian music in the lead-up to the 2017 ARIA Awards.

The first The New Noise event in 2016 featured an unforgettable headline set by Ocean Grove, who have gone on to be one of this years' breakout heavy stars.   The New Noise 2017 is a FREE all ages event held at The Oxford Art Factory in Sydney. The room has a limited capacity and people will gain entry via reserving their tickets from Moshtix. A maximum of two tickets per person can be reserved.  

Brisbane's happiest punks Columbus will headline The New Noise 2017. Since releasing their debut album, Spring Forever, in 2016, Columbus have won over fans wherever they land, playing alongside Basement, Birds of Tokyo, You Me At Six, Trophy eyes, as well as appearances on UNIFY and NYE on the Hill with a big smile on their faces the whole time. Earlier this year, the trio released an acoustic EP and are currently locked away in a Melbourne studio working on their second LP.   The Brave came together with a single goal in mind - to make music to move people, and they've spent their time together doing exactly that.Early in 2016 the band joined the UNFD family and soon after released their soaring debut album, Epoch - a sharp, widescreen demonstration of pure anthemia that wears its ambition proudly. The Brave share DNA with everyone from Bring Me The Horizon to Linkin Park and have spent their time wowing crowds, playing with everyone from Falling in Reverse to Hands Like Houses, Hellions and Northlane, finding themselves and their sound in the process. Recently, The Brave dropped their brand new single "Ethereal", that sees the band herald in a new era.  

Joining Columbus and The Brave will be Australian music's new breed including Belle Haven, Eat Your Heart Out, Far Away Stables, The Beautiful Monument and Easy Life.