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LAUNCHPAD: WA’s biggest guide for local launches_til Sept 22

9 Sep

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…

► “A hazy psychological realm where reckless indulgence, sex and isolation intersect,” is the Ah Trees‘ new offering, being launched this Friday 16 September at The Bird with support from Moist Oyster, Marlinspike and Feels. More info here.

Aussie rockers Squeeze The Pig will launch their album “Lager than Life” on Friday 16 September at The Bassendean Hotel, with supporting acts Dirtwater Bloom, The Secret Buttons and Cavalier. More info here.

5-piece Metal band Tempest Rising will launch their single and video for ‘A Part of Me’ on Friday 16 September at
Badlands Bar, with supporting acts Tusk, Pyromesh and Old Devil. More info here.

► Hardcore metal band Aveira Skies will launch their new single ‘Utopia’ on Friday 16 at Amplifier Capitol and  Saturday 17 September at YMCA HQ, with supporting acts PledgeThis! and Atlantic More info here.

 Garage punk rockers, BIGSOUND buzz act and Big Splash winners Hideous Sun Demon will release their new single Bad Girlon their upcoming Australian tour on Saturday 17 September at The Odd Fellow, with supporting act POW Negro. More info here.

Ecological electroswing Formidable Vegetable Sound System release their new single and music video “KIMCHI” during multiple shows including Wednesday 21 September at Hannans Club Kalgoorlie, Saturday 24 September at The Red Mill Store Bunbury, Sunday 25 September at Food For Thought Festival Cranbrook and Sunday 2 October at Swan Valley Adventure Centre. More info here.

Electronic solo artist Lower Spectrum will release his new single ‘Atlas’ on Thursday 22 September at The Bird, with supporting acts. More info here.

Launching a release and want some free promo?
Please email a[email protected] with a photo of your act and media release with details on the launch.
 Priority space/photos given to WAM Members.

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