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Solastalgia: Missy Higgins makes digital music for the natural world

Solastalgia: Missy Higgins makes digital music for the natural world

Can you use ‘Solastalgia’ in a sentence? Yeah, me neither – but you’ll be hearing a lot more of the word as Missy Higgins prepares to crash the Aussie charts with her fifth studio album. The Australian music fave dropped the new LP earlier this month, along with a poppy new single, Futon Couch, that […]

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Meet Anjimile, a queer artist from Boston who makes beautiful tunes

Meet Anjimile, a queer artist from Boston who makes beautiful tunes

Boston local and queer artist Anjimile recently released a new track Golden Hands. Anjimile chatted to OUTinPerth about music, upcoming projects, life in Boston as an artist, activist and non-binary trans* person of colour. How would you identify to encompass all of you to people who may not have necessarily heard of Anjimile before? My […]

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Spend Mother’s Day with Marina Prior and David Hobson

Marina Prior and David Hobson have been delighting audiences with their show The 2 of Us, and their Perth date just serendipitously happens to fall on Mother’s Day. The pair will be playing a perfectly timed matinee show at The Astor Theatre on Sunday 13th May at 2pm, accompanied by renowned pianist David Cameron. In a two-hour […]

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The Return of Patrick Wolf

The Return of Patrick Wolf

Patrick Wolf was a prolific musician. Between 2003 and 2012 he released six albums of material, music that ranged from electronic pop to baroque chamber music. He was a camp creative renaissance man. In 2012 he put out Sundark and Riverlight, an album that saw him revisit many of the songs from his earlier records, […]

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Chris While and Julie Mathews on folk music and politics

To describe folk musicians Chris While and Julie Matthews output as prolific wouldn’t do it justice. The duo have recorded ten albums together, as well as live albums and best-of compilations, plus they’ve both got multiple solo albums, work with other bands and collaborations galore. “We are both dedicated songwriters so there’s a lot of […]

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YolanDa Brown on Love, Politics and War

British saxophonist YolanDa Brown will be taking to the stage at Jazz on a Summer’s Day, OUTinPerth chatted to her on the phone from her home in the UK and she told us about the first time she picked up a saxophone. “I was probably about the age of thirteen, I played the violin and […]

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Alison Wonderland talks about her new album ‘Awake’

Alison Wonderland talks about her new album ‘Awake’

Alison Wonderland’s second album Awake will be out the first week of April and it’s a confident record full of big tunes. The first single Happy Place was a EDM banger, but the follow up Church was a far more personal reflection on a relationship, with the singer wishing her partner treated her with more respect. […]

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Let’s Get Classical: House music gets a makeover with ‘Orchestrated’

Let’s Get Classical: House music gets a makeover with ‘Orchestrated’

Orchestrated, a show which will see the Perth Symphony Orchestra working alongside some outstanding singers to give some of house music’s greatest tunes a new twist. Guest vocalists include Daniel Merriweather, Alison Limerick (pictured), and Ilan Kidron from The Potbelleez, while Simon Lewicki – aka Groove Terminator – will serves as the project’s musical director. Lewicki […]

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The Volcano Girls return: Veruca Salt to play A Day on the Green

The Volcano Girls return: Veruca Salt to play A Day on the Green

Fame and success came fast to Veruca Salt, in 1994 they’d only played a handful of shows when they were signed to an indie record label. Their first single Seether became a worldwide smash, and soon the four piece made up of friends Louise Post, Nina Gordon, her brother Jim Shapiro, and drummer Steve Lack […]

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Kyle Bielfield chats about his new album ‘Manhattan’

Kyle Bielfield chats about his new album ‘Manhattan’

Kyle Bielfield’s album Manhattan is out today. On the record Bielfield takes on a diverse range of well known songs from jazz standards to ’80s favourites and recent pop hits. OUTinPerth chatted to Kyle Bielfield about his new album. Graeme Watson Support OUTinPerth Thanks for reading OUTinPerth. We can only create LGBTIQA+ focused media with […]

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