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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches 24 Janurary – 6 February

23 Jan



Check out some of the new music dropping over the next fortnight!

Good Grace – Single Launch
With Lilia
When: Friday 25 January | Where: The Bird
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

The Healys – Album Launch
When: Friday 25 January | Where: Jb O’Reilley’s
Tickets: Free | More info: HERE

Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks – Single Launch
With Frank’s Fish Tank and new Nausea
When: Sunday 27 January | Where: The Aardvark
Tickets: $5-$10 | More info: HERE

Turtle Bay Television – Single Launch
With Kopano, Hussy and Shy Panther
When: Wednesday 30 January | Where: The Bird
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE 

Littlehawk – Single & Album Launch
With The Little Lord Street Band and Kings and Queens
When: Thursday 31 January | Where: Mojos Bar
Tickets: $19.40+bf | More info: HERE

Tenielle Neda and Matthew Garrod – Joint EP Launch
With Helen Shanahan
When: Friday 1 February | Where: Kalamunda Arts Centre
Tickets: $20 | More info: HERE

Wooly Mammoth – Single launch
With Your Girl Pho and Noah Dillon
When: Friday 1 February | Where: The Bird
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

Mt. Mountain – Album Launch
With Nerve Quakes and Physical Release
When: Saturday 2 February | Where: Friday’s Studio
Tickets: $25 | More info: HERE

Grant Touchell Band – Single Launch
With Web Rumours and Chip Hazard
When: Saturday 2 February | Where: Clancy’s Fish Pub Fremantle
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE 

Boom! Bap! Pow! – Single Launch
With The Little Lord Street Band and Delilah Rose
When: Saturday 2 February | Where: Mojos Bar
Tickets: $14.40+bf | More info: HERE

Jack Runaway – Single Launch
With Nika Mo, Good Grace and Kat Wilson Trio
When: Saturday 2 February | Where: The Aardvark
Tickets: $10| More info: HERE

Jere Sosa – Single Launch
With Mystic Rebellion, Tashi, Ricky Green, Kings & Queens
When: Sunday 3 February | Where: The Aardvark
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

Have a local launch coming up? Send the details to [email protected]!


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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.