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IT would be fair to say that many people who hear the term ‘percussion ensemble’ will recall their primary school days when a cardboard box filled with triangles and tambourines was handed round the classroom. more »
GERMAN cabaret performer Ute Lemper only ever thought she’d call New York home for a couple of years when she moved to Manhattan from London, transferring between West End and Broadways casts of musical Chicago. more »
ST Petersburg Peter the Great Academy of Music graduate Jangoo Chapkhana is guest conductor at the Allegri Chamber Concert in Claremont this Sunday and at St Patricks Church, Mt Lawley, on Thursday. more »
LEAD guitarist Dan Luscombe joked The Drones might be pushing their luck with a second national tour just months after finishing a theatre tour to launch sixth studio album I See Seaweed. more »
IMAGINE hearing a piece of music that reminded you of the light after dusk, when there’s that special kind of colour in the sky that’s not quite the same as direct sunlight. more »
ARMADALE youth music group the Songbirds has recorded a track and entered it into the WA Music (WAM) Song of the Year contest. more »
TWO young Perth DJs believe the city’s electronic music scene is the best in country and are hoping to make it even better. more »
PERUSING the Art Gallery of WA, lunching at Greenhouse and catching up with friends in Fremantle will be high on Josh Pyke’s things to do when he hits Perth in September. more »
SECOND chances don’t come around every day, but they do if you missed last year’s season of HMS PopUp Productions’ A Saucy Little Secret. more »
IT HAS been about 40 years since Janis Siegel first started performing with The Manhattan Transfer but she has not lost her passion for singing harmonies. more »
WHILE it would be audacious to call Grinspoon one of Australia’s best rock bands - they are certainly right up there with some of the greats. more »
HARMONY supergroup Eddie Perfect and Tripod have combined vocal talents and are heading west with their show Perfect Tripod Australian Songs, featuring new arrangements of iconic Aussie hits from across the ages. more »
DARWIN’S idyllic tropical landscape is showcased alongside a post-apocalyptic zombie narrative in indie folk/rockers Green Stone Garden’s new music video. more »
IT was 1979 when best mates and university students Sam Musca and Ezio Caferelli first thought about the idea of starting a Santana tribute band. more »
A SUDDEN move towards a permanent line-up has not lessened flexibility for Hills band The Methamphetaqueens. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.