• vintage futures

    Perth Casio-rock masters Turnstyle hadn’t been together for a decade or so when singer/guitarist, Adem Kerimofski, and the band reconvened to record 2015’s Time Equals Function. There was much talk ...
  • LET YOUR FOLK FLAG FLY

    Photo: Joe Kapiteyn Tom Fisher has played music around the world and, as the son of inimitable Freo performer Jim Fisher, has lived his whole life deeply connected to Fremantle ...
  • SAVILL CALLING

    Recently nominated for ‘Most Popular Live Act’ and ‘Most Popular New Act’ at the 2018 WAM Awards, I Call Val have just released their third single, Erase Her. Accompanied by ...
  • THE NEW REAL

    Russell Morris is thinking about new music these days, but not before giving some dues to his last three albums, Sharkmouth, Van Dieman’s Land and Red Dirt Red Heart. The ...
  • A CHOIR TASTE

    Down the ‘line from somewhere in rural Victoria Danielle Caruana, the ‘Mama Kin’ in Mama Kin Spender sounds suitably excited talking about the Spring Is Golden tour she and Tommy ...
  • WAM AWARDS RECAP (AND NIGHTCAP)

    Main Pic: Time to celebrate: Dominique Pratt congratulates double-winner, Caitlin Nienaber. Photography by GordonCo Visuals A lot of opinions and thoughts come flooding around the beginning of November every year ...
  • LETTS TALK

    Don Letts emerged as a creative force in the late ‘70s in music, film, fashion and all manner of sub-cultures. He comes to the WAM Conference with much in the ...
  • WHISTLIN’ DIXIE

    Dixie Battersby and mega-promoter Michael Chugg ponder John Lennon's 70th birthday with a bed-in at the One Movement Music Festival in 2010 When a regrouped Sex Pistols arrived at Perth ...
  • TRUE VELVET

    Nothing in music happens overnight, but for Paige McNaught a lot seems to have happened in a relatively short amount of time. Having played solo shows over the last few ...
  • SKELTON THE MUSICAL

    Photo - Deb Skelton with Thelma Plum and Caladenia Primary School music students Everyone, it seems, loves music to some degree. Yet think how many times you’ve heard a friend or ...