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  • On Sunday February 18th With Love From WA - Bushfire Fundraiser takes over The Rosemount Hotel with a huge lineup of artists to raise much needed funds for the East Coast Fire Disasters. 100% of funds raised going directly to people and animals affected by the bush fires. 
Catch The Money War, Demon Days and Great Gable as they play throughout the day and into the night. Make sure you grab your tickets to this important event for a fun day out and to help this worthy cause. 
Tickets available from The Rosemount Hotel website
(photos by Zal Kanga-Parabia, Dani Hansen and Liam Fawell)
  • For your chance to WIN a double pass to The Laugh Resort 9 at 9 next Wednesday, Jan 29 simply tag a mate below.

Perth's longest-running comedy club (est 1991) delivers 90 minutes of lols every Wednesday this month.
The Club that nurtured acts like Hughesy, Claire Hooper, Joel Creasey and even Jim Jefferies presents 9 of the best visiting and local comics giving you a taste of their best gear to leave you gasping with laughter and eager for more.

Previous stars include Dave Callan, Rove, Georgie Carroll, Ciaran Lyons, Brendon Burns and Mickey D.

Never the same lineup twice so come every week and see more than 30 acts in just four outings!
  • This week's local feature is Informative Noise from @thepeopletakingpictures.

When he's not playing guitar in local favourites @psychedelicporncrumpets or running @whatrealityrecords, Luke Parish is People Taking Pictures and kicks off 2020 with his debut album, Informative Noise. Retaining some of the psychedelic sounds one may expect being the guitarist of PPC, it doesn't take long for Informative Noise to show a much wider range of influences, with elements of hip-hop production being as equally represented, aided by the appearance of Superego vocalist Nelson Mondlane on a couple of tracks. Informative Noise is a truly impressive debut album of original music, with the combination of psychy-shoegaze and hip-hop proving to be a winning formula from People Taking Pictures.
  • This week's RTRFM feature album is Countless Branches from @billfayofficial.

An artist with one of the most fascinating journeys in contemporary, music, psych-folk artist Bill Fay returns with his endearing fith album, Countless Branches. After failing to breakthrough in the early 70s, Fay faded into obscurity until being pulled back into the spotlight at the start of the decade, thanks to songwriter and producer Joshua Henry, who had been fascinated by Fay's second record from 1971, Time of the Last Persecution, an oddity in Henry's father's collection. A decade on, 76 year old Fay has once again teamed up with Henry on Countless Branches, a stark, stripped back record of mellow, pastural folk meets chamber pop sounds built entirely around three sounds - piano, occasional guitar and Fay's sincere, endearing vocals as he sings about subjects from the beauty of nature, the power of the human spirit and the fragile, cyclical nature of existence. 50 years since the release of his debut, self-titled album, and ten since his triumphant reemergence, Countless Branches show's that Fay's simple, striking, minimalist folk music is as relevant and enchanting as ever.
  • ??THIS WEEKEND??
Under The Sky Sessions continue with the freshest local soloists and duos performing at the @sunset_veranda , Scarborough. Be sure to come enjoy some delightful tunes paired beautifully with the iconic WA sunset ?? From 5pm:
Friday Littlehawk
Saturday @angusdawsonmusic and Donna Iverson Music
Sunday @charlie_scott_music
  • It’s that time of the year. Ideas are flowing on the line up this year. Who are you thinking?

Save the date.. April 12 2020.

#inthepines2020
  • Brutal!! #disorder
  • Doors open at 7pm... tix still on sale but plenty on the door as we loud and heavy!!

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