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Interview: GANGgajang

Interview: GANGgajang

Scoop Online Exclusives

More than 30 years after releasing their iconic hit ‘Sounds of Then (This is Australia)’, Aussie icons GANGgajang are back on tour. Scoop caught up with drummer Buzz Bidstrup about writing an Aussie anthem, going nuts with the surfing community in Brazil and feeling sorry for the younger generation.

Review: Hidden Treasures Week One

Review: Hidden Treasures Week One

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The first night of Fremantle’s Winter Music Series got off to a cracking start, with six eclectic venues opening their doors for a programme of almighty gigs.

Meg Mac announces Perth tour date

Meg Mac announces Perth tour date

Scoop Online Exclusives

Singer songwriter Meg Mac announces Perth date as part of her upcoming Australian tour.

10 Acts you really shouldn't miss at Hidden Treasures

10 Acts you really shouldn't miss at Hidden Treasures

Scoop Online Exclusives

Hidden Treasures winter music series kicks off in Freo this Thursday (6 July) with a packed four-week programme of live music hitting the town every Thursday night in July. Festival curator David Craddock gave Scoop the lowdown on the top 10 acts you really shouldn't miss.

Contemporary Music

Contemporary Music

Scoop Magazine (Autumn 2016)

The colder climes may be coming, but with so many great local shows to warm you up, there are no excuses to lurk at home. Aarom Wilson from West Australian Music (WAM) has a few choice dates for your diary.

Holiday You: The Culture Vulture

Holiday You: The Culture Vulture

Scoop Traveller (2016)

If someone opened your holiday backpack, what would they find? A festival program with circled events and scribbled notes? A Street map, ticket stubs from museums, shows and guided tours?

Best of Music

Best of Music

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

The sweaty summer festivals have given way to a more sophisticated music itinerary. There are legends of music history (Joan Baez, Neil Diamond), flawless renditions of classical scores (WASO’s Tchaikovsky, Fremantle Chamber Orchestra’s Beethoven), and early music that is pushed to exciting new heights (Lost & Found Opera, I Fagiolini).

The Great Debate

The Great Debate

Scoop Perth Guide (June - Aug 2015)

Devilles is gone, The Bakery is done, and Fly By Night was receiving last rites when it was saved at the last minute. Perth music punters are getting fed up, but is that anger well-founded? Is the state of Perth’s live music venues really as dire as it seems?

WAM Song Of The Year Winners 2014

WAM Song Of The Year Winners 2014

Scoop Online Exclusives

WAM’s Song Of The Year is an annual competition, promoting the talented, original songwriting of West Australian residents and embracing contemporary music of all genres, in addition to offering school-age, indigenous and regional categories.

Best of the Season: Autumn 2015

Best of the Season: Autumn 2015

Scoop Magazine (Autumn 2015)

Keep your party shoes on, people of Perth. PIAF may be over but there are events aplenty to keep you merrily out and about at least until the cold sets in. Browse our top-ten selection this season.

Australia Chamber Orchestra in World-First Partnership with Spotify

Australia Chamber Orchestra in World-First Partnership with Spotify

Scoop Online Exclusives

In a new partnership with Spotify the Australian Chamber Orchestra is releasing six concert recordings throughout 2015 as ACO Sessions.

Fringe World Top Picks

Fringe World Top Picks

Scoop Online Exclusives

With over 500 shows to choose from we understand how daunting it may seem to decide which shows to see. To make things a little easier Scoop have picked our top Fringe World events for you to choose from!

Top 5 WAM High Five

Top 5 WAM High Five

Scoop Perth Guide (Jan - Mar 2015)

While mammoth events like Soundwave and the Big Day Out will both be out of action this year, there are plenty more focused events to guarantee your local fix. West Australian Music’s Aarom Wilson chooses a few you can’t miss.

Best of the Season

Best of the Season

Scoop Magazine (Summer 2014/15)

Need to know what’s absolutely, positively must-see during this bumper arts and events season? Just check out our top-ten selection and roundup of what’s on offer.

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