Photo Credit: Tashi Hall Photography/@tashihall
The balmy spring night made the cool underground of The Sewing Room the perfect choice for the long-awaited single release from Michael Day, with his latest alt-folk tune, 'Storm'. The crowd’s anticipation for the big wooden doors to swing open, was a testament to the musical chops of Michael and his band. The Cecilia Brandolini Trio and Lucas Jones were the two choice support acts for the night.
The Washing Line Economy were kind enough to send the crew over at Toastys a sneak peek into their debut album, set to be released this Saturday October 24th. It’s safe to say our eardrums and hearts melted as we kicked back to listen and write a piece on this very anticipated debut. We are unable to leak any audio files, but we can take you on a descriptive journey as you count down the days until its release
Photography - @mikedann
The Indian Ocean Hotel was absolutely brimming on Saturday night as the boys from Pot Plant House Party got ready to launch their new single ‘France’. With support from talented locals No Nomad, Tether and Late 90’s, there was a high energy night full of rock and dancing ahead for everyone to enjoy.
Photography - Annie Harvey
The Bird was packed early on Saturday night for the launch of Flossy’s latest single ‘Carry On’. Backed up by the ever amazing Ursula and Priscilla, the girls had a room full of fans with them ready to celebrate their newest release
Photography - Byron Evans
It’s 7.15pm on Saturday as I hurry into Mojos fretting that I may have missed the opening act of Adrian Dzvuke’s 'Darling' Single launch. As I bust through the doors I am met by a young girl in a blue dress nervously stepping into the stage light and giving an acknowledgement to the traditional custodians of this land, the Noongar-Whadjuk people.
As she exited the stage I notice the amazing lighting and smoke, this has to be the best I have ever seen the Mojos stage look.
Photo Credit: Tashi Hall Photography | @tashihall
Saturday the 27th of June saw a very special moment for a lot of us in the Perth music scene, the return of proper gigs! Playing to a sold-out Rosemount Hotel, ELWYN had all you could ask for in a final gig. With support from Freehand, BĖXX and Planet Juna there was more than enough energy to help get everybody filling the dancefloor for the first time in quite a while
After several torturous weeks of no live music and a strange new reality of seated shows, punters welcomed a return to the Indian Ocean Hotel stage from indie rockers South Ceiling along with friends Green Pools, ARKO and Reins.
Thursday night down at The Aardvark was an incredible evening supporting the launch of Oceanique's new single, ‘Grandmothers Shelf’. We had a night full of powerhouse female singers performing such as Angie Colman, Stacey Ann and Greenpools.
Friday evening at the Indian Ocean Hotel showed us an assortment of pure musical talent, celebrating the latest EP of Indie-Rock outfit Mt Cleverest. The evening was a change to the music I normally listen to, however it was warmly welcomed as I thoroughly enjoyed the sets of Myriad Sun, Tether and Otiuh, adding them straight onto my Spotify playlists.
Here's how it all went down at The Get Down last Saturday night. An array of amazing performances from local talent such as Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks, Young Robin, Mt. Cleverest, Adrian Dzvuke, King Ibis and Bag of Bones.