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.
Husky wows Perth with their harmony based, intricately layered folk music.
Have Friends and Visit Them at Night - ironic contemplation about a world that is in equal parts beautiful and cruel.
Dead Meadow & Pink Mountaintops sent airwaves of blissful psychedelia to stoner-eyed audience at The Bakery
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.
As the word spread like wildfire about the Chicagan band Russian Circles coming to town in the later part of last week, tickets were snapped up quick.
Eagle and the Worm's first stop in Perth ever had them playing the Bakery on a Thursday night alongside some of Perth's best bands.
Launch of the 2011 RTR Radiothon at the Artrage Bakery
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.
Mat McHugh the man behind The Beautiful Girls has stepped out on his own and shown his songwriting has the integrity of standing on their own two feet.