Photo gallery by Cooper Gordon @ GordonCo Visuals

    Fremantle is an embarrassment of riches at the best of times, but January/February also now brings with it the travelling roadshows of the Falls Downtown and its older rival in WA, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Laneway inhabits Esplanade Park and Freo’s West End and has made itself rightly comfortable in doing so.

  • Electric Fields & Skinny Fish Sound System @ Chevron Gardens, 9/2/18

    Pic: Zaachariaha Fielding of Electric Fields. Credit: Matsu Photography

    Electric Fields’ performance for the Perth Festival touched the soul, connecting with the human spirit. The feminine male duo represent a unified energy; feeling their way through the performance in a manner that felt absolutely inviting. The undertones of moving forward through adversities in life through positivity, were inspiring.

  • Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes @ Capitol 5/2/18

     Pic: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in Melbourne by Baron Bones 


    “Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne were one of Bob’s favourite places to tour, England wasn’t really the place to put us on the map, it was right here in Australia. When we came out here, there were like thousands and thousands of people so we greatly appreciate you coming down then, and for supporting us still.” – Al Anderson

  • Live at the Backlot: Odette Mercy and Johnny Nandez

    Pic: Steve Worner

    “The best thing about writing and singing soul music is that it has heart, and sometimes these days people try to get caught up with being intelligent, clever and witty with their lyrics, and I don’t possess any of those skills, but what I do possess is to be honest and to be true.”

    – Odette Mercy


    BLUES AT BRIDGETOWN – November 10-12, 2017

    Review & photography by Shane Pinnegar


    We’re back in Bridgetown for our annual pilgrimage to The Blues. A scant three-hour drive South of Perth, this idyllic location this year hosts the TWENTY-FIFTH edition of their iconic festival: a uniquely not-for-profit, volunteer-run event attracting far too many cool musicians to spend a moment longer than necessary relaxing after driving through the glorious 33ºC spring heat.


    April 24-27, 2017

    Fairbridge Village

    Down in tree-lined Pinjarra the scene was set for yet another wonderful weekend at the Fairbridge Festival. This year being the 25th anniversary saw an extra day added to the already action-packed festival and from all accounts this was joyously received by the festival-goers. 

    With a massive amount of amazing music, stalls, children's entertainment, workshops, food and fantastic people this had to be one of the best Fairbridge Festivals of all time.


    Join our guest contributor, Southern River Band vocalist/guitarist, Callum Kramer, as he trips the light fantastic at The Darkness' recent show at Metro City.


  • Guns N’ Roses, Domain Stadium - Tuesday, February 21, 2017

    Photography: Cole Maguire

    Hell can freeze over and pigs (although, ironically, not in the case – yet – of Pink Floyd) do fly. And so it is after years of consternation, feuding and nit-picking that we see an as-close-as-we’ll-get-to-classic line-up of US rock behemoth Guns N’ Roses.

    That’s not to say it ain’t fun, though. The sight of vocalist Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist, Duff McKagan, rubbing shoulders on a Perth stage wasn’t something a good majority of the 35,000 assembled would have expected to witness.

  • NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS, Perth Arena - Tuesday, January 31, 2017

    Pic: Nikolitsa Boutieros

    For a week prior to Nick Cave’s arrival at Perth Arena, it seemed that God was in the house. Bruce Springsteen had played capacity shows for three nights, but as the lights dimmed and The Bad Seeds took the stage with Cave walking on last and taking a seat at the front of the stage, the New Boss was not the same as the Old Boss.

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