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Launchpad: WA’s biggest guide for local launches 26 Jul – 8 Aug

25 Jul

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

Alyosha – Single Launch
When: 26th July | Where: Grumpy’s Music Bar, Mt Lawley
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

The Gusset – Single Launch
When: 27th July | Where: Lucy’s Love Shack, Perth
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

Airline Food – Single Launch 
When: 27th July | Where: Mojo’s, Fremantle
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

The Harry Mitchell Quartet – Album Launch 
When: 27th July | Where: Australian Piano Warehouse, North Perth
Tickets: $20 | More info: HERE

Nankasi – Single Launch
When: 27th July | Where: Amplifier Capitol, Perth
Tickets: TBA | More info: HERE

Charlie Wilde – Single Launch
When: 28th July | Where: The Bird, Northbridge
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

Triggerlip – Single Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: Four5Nine, North Perth
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

Steve Standing – Album Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: Freo.Social, Fremantle
Tickets: $23.65 | More info: HERE

Watercolour Ghosts – EP Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: The Boston, Northbridge
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

Jack Runaway – EP Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: The Aardvark, Fremantle
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

Jeffrey’s Kind – Single Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: Rosemount Hotel, North Perth
Tickets: $5 | More info: HERE

Count Me In – Single Launch
When: 2nd August | Where: Amplifier Capitol, Perth
Tickets: $10 | More info: HERE

Ellie Schoen – Single Launch
When: 3rd August | Where: Mojo’s, Fremantle
Tickets: $14.30 | More info: HERE

King Ibis – EP Launch
When: 3rd August | Where: The Aardvark, Fremantle 
Tickets: $10| More info: HERE


 Have a local launch coming up?

Send your event 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.