State of the Art is a new music festival to celebrate the new name of our June public holiday, and congratulate ourselves on the awesomeness of Perth music.
Husky wows Perth with their harmony based, intricately layered folk music.
Perth music lovers returned to the lush Somerville Auditorium for what is, by now, surely a classic event - RTRFM's In The Pines.
Brisbane Indie-Rock band The Last Dinosaurs played an epic show to a sold out crowd at Mojos Bar, Fremantle.
This year, Sunset Events proved that they can present a festival whose value is much more than the sum of its line up parts. A most enjoyable weekend of music, arts and camping.
On one of the hottest November nights in ages, Adelaide’s Fowler’s Live hosted a triple-header of rock courtesy of Split Seconds, Stonefield, and the ever-reliable Jebediah.
It could never be claimed that Saturday night at Transit Bar was anything less than eventful. Besides the expected stage show, dancing, drinking, drink spilling and fight picking there were many unexpected events before the cold and eager crowd had even m
Perth's biggest all ages festival, Hyperfest has announced its second round of acts for 2011. Joining Architecture in Helsinki, Children Collide and Illy, will be Papa vs Pretty and Stonefield
The Panics capped off a night of wonderful musicians from way out west, playing favourites and soon-to-be favourites with the same energy, and a sound that belies the small size of the venue.
Saturday night wrapped up the week-long local music party that was the WAMi Festival. With so much going on this year, chances are you missed some of it, so here are some highlights.
Perhaps the most perfect venue for a night of industry hobnobbing, recognition, and late-night musical joy, The Bakery was well and truly packed.
A swag of WA acts including Karnivool, Boom Bap Pow! and Simone and Girlfunkle have tracks on the Music Feedback 2011 compilation CD to be released during Youth Week
Beaufort Street unites in celebration of music, art, fashion and food…and knitting.