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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches from July 7

7 Jul

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, and beyond…


► Hip hop WAMAward winner Macshane launches his first mixtape release Milestones ft. the WAMI-Award winning song Meant to Do at Rosemount Hotel on Saturday 8 July also featuring Fdel, Silvertongue, Beckon, Bace Kadet and special guests.moreinfo► Experimental electronic act Michael Strong is launching his new single Variation & Illness from his second album Neurotica at Badlands Bar on Saturday 8 July supported by Bad Friends. moreinfo

► Indie Pop Rock duo Icy Dice are playing a pre-launch gig for their second CD at Railway Hotel in Fremantle on Saturday 8 July from 8pm with support from Hannah, Boykie and Tashi.moreinfo

► Buzz act and mystery makers Human Buoy launch Animation Station at The Bird Wednesday 19 July, with support from Shy Panther, Geivous Bodily Harm, Rabbit Island & DJ Lindsay Slowhand.moreinfo

► Post-punk rockers Usurper of Modern Medicine are launching their new album Everything is Nothing at The Bird on Friday 14 July with support from Bonney Upwelling and Akioka.moreinfo

► Singer-songwriter and previous WAM Song Of The Year winner Mitchell Martin launches his debut album Into The Light at The Ellington Jazz Club on Tuesday 25 July supported by Belgrade.moreinfo

► Alternative, acoustic artist Daniel Castledine launches his new single Remember Never at the Four5Nine Bar on Thursday 29 July with support from Nyanda and Mitch Mitty. moreinfo

Indie-electronic act Angus Dawson will be releasing his much-awaited debut EP Ellesmere Street Saturday 5 August at Jack Rabbit Slim’s with Riley Pearce, Junokind and a Lilt DJ setmoreinfo.


 

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