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Hometown hero, WAMi Hall of Famer and alternative rock legend Kim Salmon returns to Perth to play for old fans and hopefully to convert some new ones.
New Zealand ex-pats and Perth lovers of good music venture out on a school night, join forces and attempt to catch themselves a Ladyhawke.
With 13 full length albums under their belt and one more on the way, there’s no doubt that The Mountain Goats will continue to win people with their honest and crushing music.
Have Friends and Visit Them at Night - ironic contemplation about a world that is in equal parts beautiful and cruel.
Presented by WAM, the festival celebrates original WA music through multi-genre, live, local music showcasing, music industry events, workshops, and the WAMi Awards.
Without the gateway of hard drugs, strong alcohol or a combination of both, the thick veil between emotions and minimalistic techno might never be lifted, if tonight's performance is any indication.
A night of wild west sensibilities and folk attitudes cleverly titled A Fringeful of Folkin’ Country. Where chewing tobacco was optional and cowboy hats mandatory.
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Like looking inside a crazy underground lab to find a party in full swing with half naked professors setting their whiskers alight as they pour chemicals from beaker to beaker.
The Bakery hosted the Abmusic 25th anniversary showcase which encompassed a graduation ceremony; an album release and Frank Morton's Middle of Nowhere album.
The mysterious SBTRKT played to a sold-out crowd at The Artrage Bakery, saying nothing and letting his music do the talking.
With a groove so thick you could cut it with a butter knife, Booker T. Jones hit the Artrage Bakery with vintage Rn'B, alongside Odette Mercy and Her Soul Atomics.
Launch of the 2011 RTR Radiothon at the Artrage Bakery