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Swedish duo graced Perth as humble as ever.
The musical genius brings his show to Perth Festival.
Emerge is one annual student showcase to add to your cultural calendar
Camera Obscura’s strength has always been in the studio, and Desire Lines is another testament to that fact.
After a delayed start the unorthodox quartet that is Mental Powers closed out proceedings and their at-times heavy, grinding beats, littered with warm melodies, were punctuation marks on an excellent night.
Maybe it was the art meets music context that created the sense that you were visiting a commune, but no one could ignore the communal experience that took place when Red Engine Caves took the stage. Little Wing Corner Gallery, keep it coming.
Frank Turner’s strength is in the power he wields with just his voice and an acoustic guitar, and Tape Deck Heart cements this, both reminding us of his potency and showing us how distracting a little extra production can be.
As their final farewell, Rilo Kiley’s Rkives is a send off that’s suitably mournful, sprinkled with memories and promises of what could have been.
From start to finish, Floating Coffin offers listeners a dramatic exploration of two cities and two moods, transporting you to a place where they live in synergy.