Gremlins, racing against an acid tab and recovering a lost award: The cruel truth with The Cruel Sea’s Ken Gormly

After kicking off their thirtieth anniversary tour for The Honeymoon is Over in Brisbane, The Cruel Sea’s bass player Ken […]

Perth psych-rockers Sprinter warm up for epic album launch party Jogger Fest

Following the release of their debut self-titled album last week, local four piece Sprinter are warming up for Jogger Fest, […]

Keith Renshaw’s lessons for life

Seasoned Fremantle musician Keith Renshaw has entered a new phase of his musical life, beginning with the release of his […]

Contemplating Bowie with Justin Burford

Following on from his acclaimed Nirvana and The Doors shows, Justin Burford is set to celebrate the decade-spanning career of […]

A small shy truth: Katie Noonan shares the story behind Elixir’s new album

Australian folk jazz trio Elixir are celebrating the release of their fourth studio album, A Small Shy Truth, with a national […]

On the sofa with Spoon’s Britt Daniel

Three decades after forming, Austin five-piece Spoon continue to go from strength to strength. Their tenth album, last year’s Lucifer […]

Perth International Jazz Festival winds up ‘best festival so far’

The city run of the 2023 Perth International Jazz Festival (PIJF) wound up last weekend. From all accounts it is the best festival so far…

“Not a lot changes.” Gareth Liddiard revisits solo record Strange Tourist ahead of national reissue tour

Thirteen years after the release of his first, and only, solo record Strange Tourist, Gareth Liddiard is returning to the […]

From heavy intensity to ethereal beauty: Devin Townsend’s remarkable career on display in Perth

Devin Townsend, an artist known for his versatility, has consistently pushed the boundaries of music, transitioning effortlessly between heavy intensity […]

Perth hip hop newcomer Oshua hits new heights on debut EP Everything Can Levitate

After three years of sonic self-discovery, Perth-based hip hop artist Oshua has released his debut EP Everything Can Levitate. Born […]

Ups and downs: Riding the wave of new album Hertz with Carla Geneve

Following her critically acclaimed debut album Learn to Like It and hot off the release of her single Bills back […]

Steve Vai: Shredding his way down under with the Inviolate tour

Steve Vai is a virtuoso guitarist, composer, and producer, widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time. […]

Still Mad for it: Getting our step on with Happy Mondays

Indie rock dance hybrid pioneers, Happy Mondays, are returning to Australia for their Twenty-Four Hour Party People Greatest Hits Tour […]

Worth the weight: Revisiting L7’s Bricks Are Heavy 30 years on

Emerging onto the music scene in the late 1980s, L7 transcended traditional gender roles and stereotypes in the male-dominated world […]

Albany trio The Redtails celebrate debut album launch

When The Waifs’ Vikki Thorn hunkered down in her beach shack on the WA south coast after COVID derailed a […]