The karri, jarrah, tuart and tingle forests are the heart of Australia’s South West. Western Australians love them and want to see them protected.
Protecting native forests, ensuring their health and vitality, supporting sustainable forest enterprises and transitioning the timber industry will bring tremendous environmental, social and economic benefits to the South West and the whole of Western Australia.
For many years we have been told that forest protection is in conflict with economic prosperity and employment. But as you’ll see, that is not the case. The timber industry is not profitable and relies on our taxes to stay afloat...
Picking up three WA Music Awards late last year, the swift rise of future-oriented poptronica artist KUČKA has continued, being awarded the Grand Prize for her song Unconditional at the annual WAM Song Of The Year Awards Party, after earlier in the night securing a win in the Electronic category.
Judged by a high-profile panel of independent industry heavyweights, including Grand Prize judges Adam Christou (Music Director RTRFM), Bob Gordon (Editor X-Press Mag); Clive Hodson (Perfect Pitch Publishing, NSW), Dan Cribb (WA Editor The Music), Gemma Pike (Triple J, NSW), Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe/Wastelands Studio), John Bissell (Music Supervisor Mothlight Music, LA), Jordan Campbell (Booking Agent The Harbour Agency, NSW) and Stephen Goodhew (Music Director FBI Radio, NSW), the list of wi...
We’re excited to announce the Beaufort Street Festival 2014 website is now live!Check it out to see all our program information, set times, stalls, maps & more!
Some of this year’s highlights include an open air art market, a family area featuring a collaborative arts project known as Beau-Fort and a cricket eating competition!
Other new exciting program highlights include Beaufort Realty’s Feel Good Street, which features ‘social liberator’ Peter Sharp encouraging festival attendees to share stories, dance and have fun with everyone and anyone, the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy – complete with family friendly cricket activities.
Popular programming from years gone by is set to return once more, including the Fresh Provisions Food Stage featuring appearances from some ...
…’another awesome gig showcasing local electronic music talent’!!
Friday 17 October 2014, 9pm
LOCALIZE presents Perth’s up-and-coming electronic producers and DJs, giving them a platform to show their skills and play their material to a local crowd. These performers are the next big thing in the electronic music scene, see them at The Bakery this Friday night!
Featuring Feedback, Herra, Blackfoul, Shann, Unprotekted and Chime.
Checkout preview tracks selected from upcoming release,BOMBATRONIC by Tom Bomba on Little Rascal Records. >>>
BOMBATRONIC – TOM BOMBA
Little Rascal Records is proud to announce the re-release of Bombatronic LP by Fremantle based artist Tom Bomba. Originally self released, sixteen track album Bombatronic presents an eclectic mix of tunes covering a wide variety of sounds and influences in genres; rock, folk, roots, reggae and electronic. Personal and conscious songs that have infectious grooves and vibes that uplift the listener or send you off to sonic wonderlands. The music is rich in emotion and layered in original analog and digital instrumentation and programming plus a subtle dose of sampling, crafted by song master, producer, audio activist and collaborator, Tom Bomba.
RTRFM and PS Art Space (PSAS) join forces to present World In A Warehouse, a wildly diverse night of vibrant world, folk pop and progressive groove music in a transformed warehouse in Fremantle’s West End on Friday 6 June from 6pm to 12pm. Six of WA’s most impressive rhythm makers and party starters will come together to celebrate with Perth’s most-loved independent radio station and Fremantle’s most inventive project and artist space. The party is getting started from sundown with acts including RTRFM’s El Ritmo DJs Jade Nobbs and Claude Mono, Grace Barbé, Joni in the Moonand DJ Charlie Bucket. All proceeds from this event help to keep indepe...
With tickets to State Of Art Festival selling like hot cakes we thought we’d give you a reminder that, aside from the fact there’s over 80 acts playing tomorrow, there are many more reasons to be getting a tad excited about #SOTAFest.
TICKETS ARE CHEAP, BUT HURRY…
A friendly reminder to get your tickets online for $35 +BF before 7AM tomorrw before you have to pay $45 (cash or credit card) on the door, and that’s if there’s any left at all… One ticket provides access to the three main ticketed stage areas;The Urban Orchard, Museum Courtyard and the State Theatre Courtyard. No wristband no entry, though you’re free to roam in and out all day!