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Fresh CDs – The Magnetic Fields, Zara Larsson, ANOHNI and more




50 Song Memoir The Magnetic Fields ★ ★ ★ ★ In 1999 The Magnetic Fields released their epic album 69 Love Songs, now they’ve got another multi-disc album that is equally as impressive. Featuring five discs and one song for each year of songwriter Stephin Merrit’s life. It begins in 1968 and works it’s way through to […]

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Looking for new tunes – download these fresh tracks

Looking for new tunes – download these fresh tracks




We’ve checked out some of the latest tuners to be released and given each our short and sharp review. Looking for some cool tunes to add to your playlist? Try these on for size. Perfume Genius – Slip Away OMG it’s amazing Bright Lights , Bright Lights – Causing a Commotion lovely version of long […]

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Review | A one night stand with The Tommyhawks at Mojo’s

Review | A one night stand with The Tommyhawks at Mojo’s




Full disclosure, due to personal matters I had to duck out of the Tommyhawks’ single launch halfway through said single. My apologies to the band and OUTinPerth for delivering a review based on this relatively sparse experience. However, in defence of my wayward professionalism, I have seen the band play before and I did do […]

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CD Reviews: Brian Eno releases musical app, Syd no longer Tha Kid




Brian Eno Reflection ★ ★ ★ ★ Reflection is Eno’s 26th solo album. Like his 2016 offering The Ship, it’s a record well and truly in the ambient genre. It’s one 54-minute long track it, muted blurry tones that make the perfect background for meditation or concentration. More interesting is the downloadable app version which […]

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Technotronic and 2 Unlimited deliver 90’s memories

Technotronic and 2 Unlimited deliver 90’s memories




Mega ’90s delivered a party high with nostalgic party vibes on Friday night at Technotronic, 2 Unlimited, The Real McCoy and Dr Alban took an enthusiastic audience back in time. Dr Alban took to the stage at Metro City, warmly welcomed by a crowd who were already dancing to well known ’90s pop hits thanks […]

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L-FRESH The LION, Kucka and Aristophanes at Chevron Festival Gardens

L-FRESH The LION, Kucka and Aristophanes at Chevron Festival Gardens




Aristophanes, Kucka & L-FRESH The LION | Chevron Festival Gardens | ★ ★ ★ Friday night at the Chevron Festival Gardens saw an eclectic triple header with Sydney rapper L-FRESH The LION and local experimental-electronic favourite Kucka opening for Taiwanese internet star, Aristophanes. L-FRESH The LION was the highlight of the night. Despite playing to […]

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Warpaint bring a powerful presence to Chevron Festival Gardens

Warpaint bring a powerful presence to Chevron Festival Gardens




Warpaint | Chevron Festival Gardens | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ The ladies of Los Angeles quartet Warpaint thrilled on Sunday night at Chevron Festival Gardens in front of a healthy PIAF crowd, and they made it look easy. Opening with the combo of Intro/Keep It Healthy, the first two tracks from their self-titled second LP, it […]

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Kishi Bashi lights up Chevron Festival Gardens

Kishi Bashi lights up Chevron Festival Gardens




Kishi Bashi | Chevron Festival Gardens | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ With an electronic violin and banjo next to a set of drums and keyboard, Kishi Bashi was by far one of the ultimate live music experiences of my life and precisely my expectation for what all art should be working towards achieving: Giving. Perth International […]

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Methyl Ethel deliver knockout second album ‘Everything Is Forgotten’




Perth band Methyl Ethel will play a sold out show tonight at the Fremantle Arts Centre before heading off around the country to promote their second album. The bands new record, Everything Is Forgotten, will be released Friday 3rd March via Dot Dash / Remote Control Records. Latest single Ubu has been well received and […]

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Ludovico Einaudi brings elemental beauty to Perth Concert Hall

Ludovico Einaudi brings elemental beauty to Perth Concert Hall




Ludovico Einaudi: Elements | Perth Concert Hall | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi was seated centre stage as I entered the Perth Concert Hall, sat facing away from the audience at his piano in the spotlight. Flanked by his five accompanying players equipped with strings, guitars, percussion instruments and some less typical musical devices, […]

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