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.
Pictured: GRRL PAL
Gang of Youths played an awesome show to a sold out crowd at Capitol. Supporting them were GRRL PAL and Fait. Stuart Sevastos was there to capture the highlights of the night.
The next stop for Kingswood's Microscopic Wars II tour was Capitol in Perth where they put on an awesome show. Supporting them were Perth's very own Tired Lion. Stuart Sevastos was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Dead Letter Circus rolled into Capitol and put on amazing show. Joining in the fun were Sleepmakeswaves and local metal powerhouse Voyager.
It was a massive night in Perth on Friday as the annual WA Music Awards (Formerly the WAMis) took over the Capitol for a night of awards, performances and the excellent hosting abilities of Tomás Ford. Timothy Nelson and the Infidels (pictured above), who were multiple winners on the night, gave a thrilling performance, and Sable closed out the night. Click HERE, for a full list of winners that also included the likes of KUCKA and The Love Junkies, and enjoy this photo gallery from the night from Johnny Au: Words by Larry Heath
The premier celebration of local music, this year’s WA Music Awards will be dishing out the WAMis and good times for industry and music lovers alike at Capitol, this Friday night. Fresh off a sold-out run of shows at Edinburgh Fringe, the party will be hosted by Tomás Ford and special industry guests from across the country, plus featuring performances from rising superstars and the multi-WAM Award nominated Sable and Timothy Nelson & The Infidels. Whether you’re there as a nominee or just to enjoy, this year everyone’s a winner.
If you are a diagnosed sufferer of FOMO, please exit your web browser now. Pop rock favourites Bluejuice honoured Perth last night on their Retrospectable tour giving the country one last farewell before the disbandment becomes official. Capitol welcomed a very broad spectrum of BJ fans, from the young and old to those who were just there to grope frontman Jake Stone one last time.
Celebrating their 20th anniversary, Melbourne punk rockers Bodyjar played a solid show at Capitol in Perth. Supporting them were Samiam, Blueline Medic and Clowns. Stuart Sevastos was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Tom and Alex threw a farewell party to be jealous of in Perth at the Capitol! With the likes of Abbe May, The Jungle Giants and Drapht involved in the shindig, punters got a bit wild. Emma Reeves was down there for the AU.
Cold War Kids ended their Australian tour with a sold out show at Capitol. They were supported by Cabins. Stuart Sevastos bring us the highlights from the night.
US indie-rockers Cold War Kids have announced sideshows for Splendour in the Grass.
The band will play headline shows at Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
Cold War Kids recently released their fourth album Dear Miss Lonelyhearts. So if you want to see this band but missed out on tickets to Splendour, make sure to grab tickets to the sideshows now!
Monday 29th - Metro Theatre, Sydney
Saturday the 20th we played the Aussie BBQ at the Delancey in the Lower East side in NYC. We had a lot of fun were honoured to play a long side many great aussie acts. There were "shrimps on the barby" to be had and lots of good conversations.
Next up is our show at Rockwood Music Hall stage 2 on Tuesday 23rd of Oct, 11pm
On Friday night god came to town and delivered a performance that will not soon be forgotten. Matt Corby has to be one the the greatest performers of this generation and he never fails to impress.
Florida punk rockers Anberlin kicked off their 'An Evening With' tour in style at the Capitol in Perth.