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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches Nov 16 2017

16 Nov

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…


Up and coming garage rockers Spacey Jane launch their debut EP No Way To Treat An Animal at the Bird on Friday 17 Nov, featuring supports from Carla Geneve and Childsaint.moreinfo

Perth emcee Reams launches his new album Snowy Roads at The Sewing Room on Friday 17 November, supported by Marksman Lloyd, Hyclass and Jamilla. moreinfo

Lyrically fusing elements of cult 70’s novels and climate change, Dave Robertson & The Kiss List launch their album Oil, Love and Oxygen at The Navy Club (Fremantle) on Friday 17 November, supported by Los Porcheros, Dave Johnson, Sian Brown, Rachel Armstrong and Merle Fyshwick. moreinfo

Instrumental experimental rock outfit Yomi Ship release their new EP on the Friday 17 November at The Oddfellow, supported by Post Depression Makeout Session and Ryan Beno.moreinfo

Enigmatic punk-psych outfit Last/Tuneless launch ¿Estas Aqui? at Badlands Bar on Saturday 18 November, supported by Childsaint, Debbie Downers, Aborted Tortoise and DJ Pizzagram420 moreinfo

Making their debut live appearance at Bird Jr. on Saturday 18 November, Whereishector launches their EP OKAY alongside David Dupa, Henry Sims, Bari.moreinfo

Drenched in slow-burning indie blues, Olive returns with a moody new single and video Senseless supported by Dusty Boots and Adam Harpaz at Mojos on Wednesday 22 November. moreinfo

Indie surf rockers The Silent Deeds are back with their new single and music video for Sweet September, launching Friday 24 November at the 459 Bar, supported by Moonlighter, Rocket Ship Chaser and Here Comes the Rooster.moreinfo

Intense and mesmerising duo Doublethink Prism launch On the Precipice on Thursday 30 November at Mojos Bar. Featuring a buffet of live music and spoken word artists including Akioka, Tulpa, Telete and C*NT SN*T, Coral Carter, The Last White Albatross + more moreinfo

Peddling their filthy brand of blues-infused rock’n’roll, The Bible Bashers launch their Rise Hard EP at Amplifier on Friday 22 December, supported by The Bashettes, Bastard Choir, Bad Santa and Sexy Jesus.moreinfo



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