Music News and Reviews
A new nest for Perth music lovers - We went to the Angus & Julia Stone’s concert ! - Birds of Tokyo rocked Freo - Scitech explores unconventional instruments - And the One Movement music festival hits Perth tonight.
If you throw a healthy handful of musical birdseed in the air, hungry pigeons are bound to flock to the scene. This is exactly what The Bird on William Street does.
This quaint little nest is the latest addition to the north side of Perth’s Central Business District, providing culture-hungry folk with an affordable glass of gin and a super sized serving of local music. read article »
Australian brother-and-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone brought magic to the stage at Fremantle Arts Centre Sunday September 19.
As part of their world tour, Angus and Julia ended their two-day visit in Perth performing for a seemingly satisfied and sold out crowd. The duo has been busy lately, touring the country with sold out concerts throughout the cities. read article »
Premier Perth rockers Birds of Tokyo were back in town on October 2 to play one of their biggest Western Australian shows to date.
Having just finished their self titled third studio album, which took them all around the world, the band decided it was time to embark on their largest and most comprehensive Australian tour in their relatively short history. read article »
One Movement music festival begins tonight and runs over the entire weekend in Perth, at The Esplanade.
The festival, that ran for the first time last year, features a range of artists from Russia, India, USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, UK and of course our local talent here in Australia. read article »
Analogue to Digital 3 was on for the third year running on Saturday September 18. The music event was held at Scitech and this year it was done with a twist.
The night showcased Perth sound artists who had to work together to come up with creative ways of linking their acts through music, sound and visuals. read article »
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