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Launchpad 2-12 March

LAUNCHPAD: Comprehensive Guide to Local Launches

2 Mar

There’s constantly a heap of sweet new tunes coming out of WA, and LaunchPad is here to fill you in on the latest single, video, EP and album launches from local acts of all genres over the next fortnight…


► Perth based metallers, Havoc launch their new single and video for Redemption at Last Night on Thursday 3 March; Day in the Dust Margaret River on Sunday 6 March; Babushka Leederville on Friday 11 March, and; TBA All Ages Perth on Sunday 12 March.

► Indie-popsters Three Hands One Hoof take over The Rosemount Hotel for the launch of their new single, supported by Bliss In Berlin, Beach Aunty and Great Gable on Friday 4 March.

► Psychedelic garage pop band Moistyoyster launch their EP Dead on Saturday 5 March with help from The Kramers, The Spunloves, Kitchen People and Ben Witt.

► Rock punkers group Odlaw launch new single Coyote from their debut album Regret-City at Four5Nine bar on Friday 11 March with help from The Damn Spirits, Teij and Lionizer.

► Hip-hop, electronic WAMi winners The Brow launch their latest single The Mantra at Amplifier on Friday 11 March, supported by Marksman Lloyd, Alex Ford, Nodes and DJ NDORSE.

► Alternative grunge group Mixed Signals launch their debut EP Friday 11 March at YMCA Youth HQ for an all-ages show, supported by Pacific Tide and J.A.G.

► Dark experimental artist Karli White launches the soundtrack to Crush, a short film by Lara Kose at The Bird on Friday 11 March, supported by Erasers, Pool Boy and Akioka.

► Self proclaimed ‘Australicana’ and multi-WAM nominated band Davey Craddock & The Spectacles launch their debut album City West in the studio it was recorded in at Rada Studios, supported by Timothy Nelson on Saturday 12 March.


Launching a release and want some free promo?

Please email [email protected] with a photo of your act and media release with details on the launch.
*Priority space/photos given to WAM Members.
All launches will be also considered for our regular column in Scoop Magazine, segments on ABC radio etc.

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