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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches February 22 – March 8, 2018

21 Feb

There are tonnes of new tunes coming out of WA all the time. LaunchPad will fill you in on this fortnight’s music related launches happening around WA from locals of all genres.


► Xenobiotic launch their long awaited debut LP “Prometheus” at Badlands Bar on Friday, February 23 supported by Conform, Damnation and Population Control. $15 entry.moreinfo

MoreDidge Brothers launch their debut album “Royal Tea” at the White Lakes Brewery in Mandurah on Saturday, February 24 supported by Nate Lansdell and The Milkmen. moreinfoFree entry.

OPIA launch their single ‘All Of Us’ at Amplifier on Saturday, February 24 supported by This Other Eden, Just Numbers and Skygaze. Tickets at the door.moreinfo

The Pissedcolas launch their new album ‘Nievla Nievla’ at the Navy Club on Friday, March 2 supported by Puck, Zerodent and Furchick with more to be announced. moreinfoTickets at the door.

Chip Hazard aka Chris Young launches his debut self titled release on vinyl at Rhubarb Records on Sunday, February 24 supported by Grace Sanders and Axel Carrington. $5 entry.moreinfo

MoreDidge Brothers launch their debut album “Royal Tea” at the Indi Bar on Saturday, March 3 supported by DJ Scarborough Roots and CHAPMAN. $10 entry.moreinfo

Last Quokka launch their LP ‘DIEBACK’  at The Bird on Saturday, March 3 alongside Salary, Low Maintenance and Terrible Signal. $5 entry.moreinfo

Catwalk launch their new single ‘Yellow, Green, Violet Blue’ along with as a cassette full of new songs, jokes and other fun stuff, at The Bird on Wednesday, March 7 supported by TeleteGAZEY and Jeremy Sequel. $5 entry.moreinfo



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