Photo Gallery: Dead Letter Circus + Guards of May + Graphic Characters - Metropolis, Fremantle (02.10.15)

The Aesthesis tour rolled into Fremantle where Dead Letter Circus put in a solid performance. They were supported by Guards of May and Graphic Characters. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was there to capture the action of the night.

Live Review: Kiasmos + Rachel Claudio + Basic Mind + More - The Rosemount Hotel, Perth (26.09.15)

Perth was a hive of activity this weekend past. There were two football finals; two festivals, Wave Rock Weekender and Listen Out Festival, plus the usual selection of weekend gigs. Saturday night also saw Icelandic techno duo Kiasmos play their first West Australian show at The Rosemount Hotel.

Festival Review: Listen Out - Ozone Reserve, Perth (27.09.15)

The sun was out for the Perth leg of EDM boutique festival Listen Out this weekend, and with a long weekend on and a lineup that made it the first city to sell out it seemed as if everything had aligned.

Arts Review: SDS1 - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA), Perth (On Tour through October)

‘The Beautiful Game’ is a well worn cliché that is off trotted out when talking about football. It seems to be the best you need to not only have tactical know how; but also have some fleet and fancy footwork and an array of tricks to outwit the opposing team’s defenders – I’m thinking your Christiano Ronaldos and your Lionel Messis. It is from this that former professional footballer and performance artists Ahilan Ratnamohan’s derived his piece SDS1, or so I thought.

Live Review: The Rubens + Saskwatch + Winterbourne - The Astor Theatre, Perth (18.09.15)

After a couple of regional shows down in Western Australia’s South West, The Rubens national tour, in support of their new record Hoops, hit Perth over the weekend for a sold out show at the Astor Theatre.

Live Review: The Smith Street Band + Andrew Jackson Jihad + The Sidekicks + Lucy Wilson - Metropolis, Fremantle (18.09.15)

Finally back from their adventure overseas, The Smith Street Band left their trusty place at The Rosemount to play a massive show in Fremantle on Friday night. Joined with an ever interesting and spot on support line up as always, there was nothing held back. Spitting out that loveable intensity across the crowd there wasn’t a punter in the place not yelling the songs right back.

Live Review: Tkay Maidza + Willow Beats + Porsches - Capitol, Perth (19.09.15)

After exploding onto every festival for the past year Tkay Maidza has kicked of her own national tour, getting down to Perth on Saturday night with a slew of supports all showing off new songs. Although the night started extremely early, the young crowd were more than happy to start partying with most flashing their fresh merch (Tkay has socks guys) and enough energy to keep the acts smiling.

Photo Gallery: The Rubens + Saskwatch + Winterbourne - The Astor Theatre, Perth (18.09.15)

The Rubens at the Astor Theatre

The Rubens play at the Astor Theatre in Perth where they put on excellent performance. Joining them were the energetic Saskwatch and Winterbourne. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was to capture the highlights of the night.

Live Review: The Waifs - Perth Concert Hall (15.09.15)

Perth Concert Hall, normally home to the likes of Schubert and Beethoven, was transformed into Perth’s largest and grandest folk club on Tuesday night for the return of hometown favourites The Waifs as they continued the West Coast leg of their national tour in support of new record Beautiful You. There was wolf whistling, mass sing-alongs and I’m pretty sure I spied some dancing in the aisles – not your typical concert hall crowd at all.

Theatre Review: Between Solar Systems - Blue Room Theatre, Perth (Performances through to 26th September)

Between Solar Systems is the latest work from emerging Perth theatre group Second Chance Theatre. Written and directed by Scott McArdle the play centres on the actions of Vincent, the sole survivor of Earth’s cataclysmic sea level rise, or is he? I’m going to try and get through this review without giving away too many spoilers; but there’s no guarantees so read ahead at your peril.