Perth music lovers returned to the lush Somerville Auditorium for what is, by now, surely a classic event - RTRFM's In The Pines.
Old-school indie rock outfit Pinback soothed fans with tranquil yet disquieting sounds, but the live show lacked enough refinement to hit the sweet spot, falling just short of greatness.
Spoon prove their worth as the most consistent band of the decade with a brilliant set at Perth's Astor Theatre.
Grim Fandango and Kill Whitey launch their split EP at The Civic, bringing along Kill Teen Angst, The Leap Year, Chilling Winston and whole lot of fender telecasters for the ride.
Genghis released their new single, Smoke Stacks, to a loyal crowd supported by Capital City, The Leap Year and Blac Blocs, with French Rockets performing a 90 minute set after the show.
The Perth finalists in the Garage 2 V* competition battled it out at the Bakery last night with Wales winning a place in the final heat of the competition, which gives the winner a slot alongside Air, QOTSA & The Smashing Pumpkins at V Festival
Wales won the final Perth heat of the G2V competition and head to Sydney for the national heat.
Post punk rockers The Leap Year are ready to make their mark at V Festival - having snaffled up a slot in teh Perth finals does the band have what it takes to be a contender. FL Asks the questions. The Leap Year answers...
The judges have ruminated, bickered and agonisedÃ¢â‚¬Â¦and now we are thrilled to announce the finalists in the band comp to end all band comps: Garage to V.
The Leap Year will get 2008 underway as they launch their debut LP at Amplifier.
Witch Hats arrive in WA this weekend on the back of new single Before I Weigh.
Schvendes, Tucker B's and Institut Polaire lead the charge at this year's In the Pines concert.
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