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PERTH pop-rock favourite sons Eskimo Joe's latest hit single Love is a Drug has made quite an assault - and not just on the ears of radio listeners.
FORGET the drug-fuelled antics of Iggy Pop or bad-boy image of Axl Rose, the Def Leppard superstars of today are just regular hardworking guys known for their musicianship and dependability. more »
PERTH indie-electro-disco outfit Voltaire Twins release their second EP Romulus this week, a collection of dark and outlandish stories about people, animals and the wilderness.
IT may have a cult following among 40, 50 and 60-somethings, but it seems SBS music quiz show Rockwiz is just as big a hit with the younger set.
THE event that shares its name with Blur's playful ditty relating a day in the life of an unemployed geezer hit Wellington Square in East Perth on Sunday, marking the beginning of festival season.
YOUNG Perth composer and performer Rebecca Erin Smith's musical debut doesn't sound particularly remarkable - playing piano for a grade three school play of The Three Little Pigs - until discovering she got the gig as a pint-sized four-year-old. more »
PERTH indie electro muso Carl Fox is one happy young man.
SNORING is not an activity usually associated with a rock band - particularly a band named after one of the world's most violent crime gangs.
SINGER-songwriter Pete Murray would have to be one of the cruisiest guys on the Aussie music scene but that's not to say he doesn't take certain things seriously, like say, his quest for the perfect “truck-stop” burger.
MAKING it as a professional musician comes with significant sacrifice – consider the case of wunderkind Kimbra. more »
Probably the best ‘skip-hop’ outfit on the scene right now (certainly outshining overrated counterparts Illy, Drapht and Bliss n Eso) Harley Webster AKA Phrase offers an impressive – and somewhat daring – third album. more »
IT’S hard to knock dance DJ and producer du jour David Guetta, who’s taken doof-doof music out of clubs and onto mainstream radio with enviable ease. more »
PERTH band The Panics would have to be one of our proud town’s quiet music achievers. more »
DONNING her trademark leather garb and sexy street-smart style, Michigan music legend Suzi Quatro – synonymous with guitar-driven anthems Can the Can and Devil Gate Drive – remains our gallant queen of the rock chicks. more »
WITH one-time Freo busker John Butler having conquered the Australian music industry, it's safe to assume the sky's the limit for fellow former street performers the Brow Horn Orchestra.
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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.