Kiss from a mystery rose

Rose Tattoo’s enduring frontman Angry Anderson.

MYSTERY isn’t a word you’d usually associate with a rough and ready rock and roll band like Sydney’s legendary Rose Tattoo, especially when it comes to notoriously upfront singer Angry Anderson. more »

You Am I's new Hi Fi Way

THE BIO for You Am I’s latest tour labels drummer Rusty Hopkinson as an indie-rock journeyman, but if you think that sounds unfair, be careful before you point the finger at a lazy PR person. more »

Dunes crack the radio code

From the Dunes: Andrew Knox, Jack Adams, Mike Stirling & Alex Keil. Photographer: Andrew Ritchie

HEARING his new single on the radio for the first time was incredibly gratifying for City Beach guitarist and songwriter Andrew Knox. more »

Jazz buff defies boundaries

Tal Cohen

WHEN you think jazz, you probably don’t envision an Israeli-born 27-year-old with a penchant for Jewish folk songs. more »

Life a runaway train for songstress

Vocalist Jessie Gordon (third from left) with her Stratosfunk band mates.

KALAMUNDA-raised SOUL starlet Jessie Gordon boasts a varied skill-set, but perhaps her most offbeat talent is putting up a killer beehive in 10 minutes flat. more »

Gunning for greatness

Emerald City: Simon Hallett, Joe Sabatino, front Sal Abate, Frank Licastro & Nick Rossetti. Photographer: Andrew Ritchie

THE boys from homegrown band Emerald City are about to take the biggest step in their young rock-god careers. more »

Musician helps prisoners find release

Musician David Hyams at his home in Fremantle. Photographer: Marie Nirme

WHEN Fremantle musician David Hyams was invited to work on the ‘inside’ with WA prisoners, little did he realise it would have such a transformative impact on his own craft and life. more »

Rapper hovers above the big time

Seth Sentry

SETH Sentry hasn’t had much time to search for ‘hover boards’ or a new ‘room to rent’ lately. more »

Faziolo dazzle for concert series

School of Music composer and jazz pianist Josiah Padmanabham, of Ellenbrook, with guitarist Don Candy of South PErth. Photographer: Andrew Ritchie

IT is widely regarded as the Ferrari of the piano world and some of Perth’s best young musical minds now have one to call their very own. more »

Growls echo in Perth basement

Cameron Avery. Photographer: Andrew Ritchie

NOBODY could accuse brooding blues rocker Cameron Avery of sitting idle or resting on his laurels. more »

Role demands stamina

Rosario La Spina as Alberto and Katja Webb as Violetta in WA OperaLa Traviata. Photographer: Marcus Whisson ' />

PERTH soprano Katja Webb may appear to be living the glamorous life of a jet-setting opera star, but all is not what it seems. more »

China Doll taps into the groove

Karin Page & Elliot Smith of China Doll will launch their debut EP at Fly By on April 6. Photographer: Andrew Ritchie

HUSKY-TONED Trigg songbird Karin Page tapped into a favourite childhood pastime when forging her budding band’s debut single. more »

Major fillip for four

 Sun, Trees and No Walls: Liam Kennington, Trindale Fuller, Zac Caspersz and Luke Figredo. Photographer: Matthew Poon

IT has been a big couple of months for Thornlie band Sun, Trees and No Walls. more »

Fans leave frustrated

Paul Simon. Photographer: Peter Shewchuk

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 »

Folksy cliff hangers on

Simone & Girlfunkle: Rob Stephens (Northbridge), Bridget Turner (North Perth) Dan Grant (North Perth) and Katy Lock (North Perth). Photography: Marcus Whisson

WHOEVER said famous feuding folksters Simon & Garfunkel were unfashionable? Or evergreen 72-year-old British pop legend Cliff Richard for that matter. more »

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