November Gig Guide
2 November | Metrocity | More information
Hermitude dropped a big album this year with Pollyanarchy and they’re keeping the party going with a huge electronic hip hop show that will likely blow a few wigs back. Along for the ride is young producer Ninajirachi and the unmissable and infectiously fun Haiku Hands. Promoting their new single the bold and brash Northern Lights, Hermitude will also let rip with a few other bangers including The Buzz.
4 November | Friends Restaurant | Book here
Thirsty Merc, the mainstay of your summer playlist with their iconic song Summertime, are bringing those good vibes back to Perth to celebrate the release of their first live album, Thirsty Merc Live! The long-touring band will be gracing the stage at Friends Restaurant and bringing with them their raucous banter and all their hits including Tommy and Krista, Someday Someday and 20 Good Reasons. Book a table and enjoy the unique Friends experience.
8 November | Metrocity | More information
See one of Australia’s most interesting songstresses and help a good cause at the same time. Montaigne is heading to Badlands and donating $1 from every ticket sold of her concert to Bush Heritage Australia, a non-profit organisation conserving biodiversity in Australia. The Sydney singer/songwriter is marking the release of her new single Ready and will likely reveal a few new songs from her new upcoming album Complex.
16 November | Jack Rabbit Slim's | More information
Check out Jai Wolfe’s evolution from bedroom mixer, to bass DJ, to now in demand international act with his headlining gig at Slim’s. Having set the world ablaze with his lush melodious new album The Cure to Loneliness Wolfe heads to Australia in November in what is likely to become a sellout tour. Born in Bangladesh yet raised in New York City, Wolfe’s style is an eclectic and thoughtful journey through electronic music with undercurrents of alternative pop.
23 November | Capitol | More information
Legends of Australian hip hop Horrorshow are bringing their flow back to Perth with a tour that has is guaranteed to deliver new tracks as well as some old favourites. Expect a show full of energy as the guys take command of the stage with a live performance that will remind you of old school block parties.
1 - 2 November | Various locations | More information
Presented by West Australian Music and Act-Belong-Commit, WAMFest WA’s biggest celebration of homegrown music is celebrating this year by taking over several of your favourite venues including Nevermind, Jack Rabbit Slim’s and The Boston. Over the first weekend of November, head out to Perth and Northbridge and catch some exciting emerging and diverse artists- and even better- all events are free! So check out the website to get all the details and join the party.
Melanie Griffiths is a music writer, reviewer and contributor for several publications including TheMusic, Amplify and X-Press Mag. Often found left of stage, she is a fierce advocate for the ongoing vibrancy of Perth and its local scene.
- 25 Oct '19