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RTRFM announce some of the bands appearing at ‘In the Pines’ 2019

RTRFM announce some of the bands appearing at ‘In the Pines’ 2019

RTRFM 92.1’s In The Pines returns for its 26th year on Sunday, April 14, 2019. RTRFM’s local music fest takes place once again in the majestic surrounds of UWA’s Somerville Auditorium, featuring 20 of Perth’s best across two stages. The annual fundraiser is recognised as one of the best local music events of the year, […]

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Bananarama release video for new song ‘Stuff Like That’

Bananarama release video for new song ‘Stuff Like That’

When Bananarama previewed a track from their forthcoming eleventh album during their recent Perth show fans were underwhelmed. Dance Music was one of the low points of the fun show at the Crown Theatre. Thankfully the single that has come out, Stuff Like That, is an instantly catchy tune that’s as good as any of their classic hits. […]

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Turn it up to eleven: Metallica book Australian tour

Turn it up to eleven: Metallica book Australian tour

Lovers of loud music can rejoice – rock gods Metallica have announced their coming on tour. It’ll be the band’s first tour of Australian and New Zealand in over five years. The six date tour will commence in Perth with a massive show at Optus Stadium. So far the band’s World Wired Tour has played […]

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Hugh Cornwell from The Stranglers books an Australian tour

Hugh Cornwell from The Stranglers books an Australian tour

Fans of 80’s indie band The Stranglers will be excited to hear that frontman Hugh Cornwell is heading down under for a tour that showcases his recent solo album and the classic hits of the much loved indie band. The Stranglers emerged out of the UK punk scene in the late ’70s, Cornwell was the […]

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Groovin The Moo reveal LGBTI+ initiatives in community program

Groovin The Moo reveal LGBTI+ initiatives in community program

National music festival favourite Groovin The Moo has today released their National Community Program for 2019, including initiatives for the LGBTIQ+ community and local artists. The program is part of the festival’s mission to connect with the communities and regions that they visit each year across Australia. This year, Groovin the Moo have pledged to […]

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Iceland is sending anti-capitalist BDSM techno band Hatari to Eurovision

Iceland is sending anti-capitalist BDSM techno band Hatari to Eurovision

Iceland have never won Eurovision, but this year they might stand out from the crowd. Over the weekend they picked anti-capitalist, BDSM loving, techno band Hatari to be their representative  in the 2019 competition. The techno punk band from Reykjavik beat five other performers in a local competition to gain the honour. The group formed […]

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New Kids on the Block pay tribute to all the boy bands

New Kids on the Block pay tribute to all the boy bands

New Kids on the Block have got a brand new song and a fun video. Boys in the Band pays tribute to all the boy bands that came before, and after, NKTOB. The video clip sees them recreate some of the most memorable videos, and fellow 80’s teen star Debbie Gibson makes a cameo too. There’s also […]

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It’s 30 years since Madonna released ‘Like a Prayer’

It’s 30 years since Madonna released ‘Like a Prayer’

It’s 30 years today since Madonna released her single Like a Prayer, sparking one of the biggest controversies of the singer’s career, and delivering one of eternally popular hits. In March 1989 Madonna’s fans were desperately eager for new music from the singer. 1988 had been the first year since Madonna arrived on the music scene […]

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Pink reveals cover for her new album ‘Hurts 2B Human’

Pink has revealed the cover artwork for her forthcoming album Hurts 2B Human. The record will be Pink’s eighth solo album and comes just two years after he last release Beautiful Trauma.  The album’s due out in April but the first single Walk Me Home was revealed last week. Since she released her first album Can’t Take Me Home […]

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WA musician Stella Donnelly shares new track ‘Tricks’

WA musician Stella Donnelly shares new track ‘Tricks’

WA-based singer-songwriter Stella Donnelly released a new song today. Tricks is from her forthcoming album Beware of the Dogs, out 8 March. Following on from the already released lead single Old Man and Lunch, Tricks is a jab at racist Australian pride and the absurdity of the music industry. Stella says the song is a dig at some […]

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