January Gig Guide
Michael Kay: Unplugged
7 January | The Ellington Jazz Club | More details
If you’re looking for smooth RnB, with jazzy undertones Michael Kay has your ticket. The singer-songwriter from Perth will be performing in the intimate setting of the Ellington with a show that will feature songs from his discography, and enticingly, new material not yet heard by the public. Soulful and fresh, Kay will give you the perfect introduction to 2020.
21 January | Jack Rabbit Slim’s | More details
Wafia is one of Australia’s most exciting electro-indie artists with a style of music known for her emotionally brave lyrics and accessible beats and melodies. Coming in at number 14 in 2018’s Hottest 100, the songstress will be kicking off her nationwide tour in Perth at Jack Rabbit Slim’s. Declared by Vogue Australia as “single-handedly shaking up the music industry with her ‘purposeful pop'” fans will no doubt be in for a stellar night. With support from Banoffee these tickets are definitely hot.
Tiny Moving Parts
29 January | Lucy’s Love Shack | More details
Your favourite emo-revival, math rock band from Minnesota are making their way back to Australia for their first-ever headlining show at Lucy’s Love Shack. Tiny Moving Parts just released a new album, Breathe, last September and look to deliver a show chock-full of their style of hi-energy, atypical rhythmic structure rock. After a raucous tour supporting Luca Brasi last year, the trio will be making the walls shake as they take centre stage.
30 January | The William Street Bird | More details
Kim Churchill, one mic, one light. That’s all you need to know to sort your tickets out for this event which will absolutely sell-out. Need further explanation? Churchill is flipping the script for performances with a series of purposefully intimate concerts in small venues where he’ll perform solo with just his guitar. Up close and personal the folk-rock singer will be playing a set which will include songs from his latest popular album, I AM.
30 January | Amplifier Bar | More details
A long time coming, influential desert rock band, Yawning Man finally make it to Perth to show us why they have been called “the greatest band I’ve ever seen” by legend Brant Bjork. Forming in 1986, the group are recognised as trailblazers for the emergence of American pysch-rock. Sonically ambitious and expansive Yawning Man helped write the book that others like Queen Of The Stone Age and Kyus read from.
- 18 Dec '19