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New Noise Collective Library Sessions return!

10 Feb

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West Australian Music (WAM) in partnership with Act Belong Commit is pleased to reveal the fourth series of Library Sessions; all ages live music events at the State Library of Western Australia organised by the inspired young people in our New Noise Collective.

The live performance series is one of the flag-ship activities from WAM’s youth music council New Noise Collective, andĀ aims to provide opportunities for people of all ages to experience live music in a safe and welcoming environment. Now in it’s fourth series, The Library Sessions take place on the ground floor of the State Library; an accessible and welcoming space with ample seating available. Audience members are encouraged to listen as they walk through the space or stay and watch the artists.

Series 4 of WAM’s Library Sessions will feature a diverse range of artists and musical styles including ambient electronica from Lia T, instrumental jazz fusion from Goof Troop, and the gentle indie musings of Smol Fish.

NEW NOISE COLLECTIVE LIBRARY SESSIONS

Lyndon Blue & Lia T
Saturday 17th April
3.30 – 5pm | FREE ENTRY
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Siobhan Cotchin & Teen Angst
Saturday 29th May
3.30 – 5pm | FREE ENTRY
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Smol Fish & The Stamps
Saturday 26th June
3.30 – 5pm | FREE ENTRY
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Anesu & Goof Troop
Saturday 31st July
3.30 – 5pm | FREE ENTRY
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ABOUT THE NEW NOISE COLLECTIVE
Led by a small group of passionate music lovers (aged 16-20), the New Noise Collective presented by Act-Belong-Commit was brought together by WAM to develop and implement practical ideas to strengthen WA’s youth music scene, including organising and promoting events that help connect young crowds with emerging local acts.

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The ArtsGovernment of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.