Fancy leaving the house for a change but not too sure where to go? Not to worry, Grok’s got you covered. We’ve hunted around for the funkiest local and international music acts for you to check out throughout April.
7 April: San Cisco @ Freo.Social
Our favourite local indie-pop group San Cisco are putting on a show this weekend at the new venue Freo.Social. Head down for an intimate night of uplifting summery tunes.
12 April: The Spring Peaks @ The Aardvark
Perth locals The Spring Peaks are back with another indie pop single, Coming of Age. Check them out in Freo for their single launch for a cheap evening where you can get your groove on.
12 April: Demon Days @ Indian Ocean Hotel
If jazz is more your scene, head down to catch Perth’s favourite jazz cats Demon Days at Scarborough. The Perth neo-soul group is heading on tour with their latest single, Hands-Free.
13 April: Middle Kids @ Freo.Social
This is sadly an event that’s sold out, but enough poking around and you’ll be sure to find a ticket from one sad soul who has to sell. The Middle Kids trio create inspiring indie rock that you want to boogie too.
14 April: Lime Cordiale @ The Newport Hotel
Although it’s sold out, perhaps you’re a lucky egg who can score a ticket to catch Lime Cordiale jam out at Fremantle.
18 April: Cub Sport @ Metro’s Freo
Brisbane dream pop band Cub Sport are hitting up Fremantle on their tour for the new album which is set to be released soon.
‘Long name. Medium music’ the band’s Facebook pages notes, but it’s sure to be a more than medium night. The Melbourne group is heading to Perth for an evening of indie pop at a super cool venue.
26 April: Verge Collection @ The Rosemount Hotel
Unlike the roadside rubbish collection, this Verge Collection is sure to provide a fun time. Head down to the Rosie for a night of local talent and rocking tunes.
27 April: Matt Corby @ Kings Park
Matt Corby is sure to provide a dreamy night that will transport you from Kings Park to a higher plane. Don’t miss the chance to witness his beautiful and moving vocals live.
Head down to the Rosie this night for an evening of indie rock. American singer-songwriter Kurt Vile makes melancholic tunes that aren’t depressing, and this is surely not one to be missed—you’ll kick yourself if you do.