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IT has been a big couple of months for Thornlie band Sun, Trees and No Walls. more »
PERTH music lovers have had the pleasure of West Coast Blues ‘N’ Roots on their annual festival calendar for 10 years, etching everlasting memories from a catalogue of legendary artists. more »
WHOEVER said famous feuding folksters Simon & Garfunkel were unfashionable? Or evergreen 72-year-old British pop legend Cliff Richard for that matter. more »
SOME Lone Ranger has won the 26th annual Gozzy Rock competition for emerging WA bands, run by the City of Gosnells. more »
LISTENING to Cheryl Lim’s ethereal music is akin to unlocking a secret diary. more »
YOU know you’re in for an interesting night when you arrive at Perth Arena and the first thing you see is a guy in a Guns'N'Roses shirt being removed from the premises in handcuffs. more »
ALL music lovers can name a song that touched their soul in their youth. more »
A WORLD of opportunity awaits young Victoria Park soprano Brianna Louwen. more »
THERE is no better introduction to Perth Arena than a KISS concert. You simply can't top it. Five years since their last visit and 30 years after their first, they remain one of the must-see live bands in the world. more »
WATCH TV’s Rage on a Saturday morning or listen to Triple J any day of the week and you’re likely to stumble across Strange Talk’s latest single. more »
WHILE most people would use Gumtree to sell a car or offload unwanted household goods, Perth rock outfit Vida Cain managed to find their fourth and final band member through the classifieds website. more »
MACKLEMORE and Ryan Lewis and their entourage of guest vocalists got the crowd pumping in their best op shop purchases last night at the Perth International Arts Festival (PIAF). more »
TO say 2012 was a big year for The Bamboos would be somewhat of an understatement; but for the long-running band’s leader Lance Ferguson, understatement just comes naturally.
CALLING from his London flat, The Temper Trap's Joseph Greer said he had been starved of sunshine for the past few months and was looking forward to coming back to Australia.
WHEN hip-hop heavyweights Questlove (The Roots), Pharaoh Monch and Erykah Badu sing the praises of a burgeoning band, you sit up and take notice. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.