• It Was Only Acid, Your Honour: In Defence of Psychedelia

    It's now, it's then, it's zen. Psychedelia continues to warp the modern age. Em Burrows investigates.

  • The Class Of 70

    More well known for his sublime piano ballads like Ginger Man and Little Ray Of Sunshine, Brian Cadd has delivered a new solo album, Bulletproof, his first in 11 years.

  • The Mind Warp Pavilion – Celebrating Bowie

    The night before what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, and three days before the first anniversary of The Starman’s passing, a team of Bowie aficionados have assembled a galaxy of local musicians to celebrate the life, music and shining light of the iconic innovator.


    In the lead-up to The Mind Warp Pavilion: A Celebration Of The Life And Times Of David Bowie, co-organiser, Leanne Casellas reflects on her connection with the artist, the man and the enigma.

  • Life Grows Where Rosemary Goes

    It took The Rosemary Beads 24 years to release their debut album, Shine. The journey within has often been dark, but the future looks bright indeed.

  • Bricks In The Wall

    Matty T Wall reflects on the path that led him to the blues and beyond (and before).

  • Harvey Fresh

    Contemporary country artist, Belle Harvey, has a new single up her sleeve and a long-awaited solo album due for release. Actually, ‘long-awaited’ is something of an understatement.

  • Meaningful Sweat


    The Badlands Bar backroom harks back to old-school Perth gigs; small and dimly lit with no stage, it raises a diminutive middle finger to the gentrified pubs and ‘boutique’ venues of modern times.

  • The Rise Of The Record Club

    The Newport Record Club has become a bona fide Thursday night institution in Fremantle as it celebrates a diversity of classic albums.

  • The Reich Stuff

    Feels are a beat-fuelled duo incomparable to all else coming out of Perth right now; their tracks, sculpted with eclectic samples, create a dynamic and ever-changing sound.

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