Sunday, January 31st, 2010 by John

JamboreeJoceSundaeJamboree for Jocelyn is a fundraising event for a good friend of Perth’s music community, Jocelyn Bartlem. Last year Jocelyn suffered life changing spinal injuries that have put her in financial and physically tough times.

Jocelyn is positive, beautiful and vibrant young woman with a love for life, her friends, family and Perth. Jocelyn has touched the hearts of all that have had the privilege of meeting. Even in this tough situation Jocelyn has maintained her positivity and out going personality.

Now it’s our turn to help Jocelyn, as she faces some financial challenges in face of on going treatment and rehabilitation.

Cut & Paste, The Community and Sundaes at The Rosemount are throwing down a mini day festival on Sunday February 21 to raise as much money as we can for Jocelyn on her way to recovery.

Jamboree for Jocelyn features Perth’s finest live-acts and DJs taking over both inside and outside the Rosemount Hotel in full effect. All artists have donated their time and Cut & Paste will be donating all the profits from Sundae to the cause.

Jamboree for Jocelyn is a free event with donation tins passed around during the event, as well as auctions from local artists in Perth.

Courtyard //
Charlie Bucket
Aarom Wilson
King John Ill

Inside //
Injured Ninja
Diger Rokwell
Stoop Fresh



Thursday, December 17th, 2009 by Nicole Norelli

mg_6653Due to poor ticket sales the DJ Dexter gig was pulled from Villa Nightclub in November.  It was disappointing to say the least, but thanks to a few friends who managed to pull some ropes since Dexter was in town and itching to play, Mr Charlie Bucket was kind enough to give him a slot on Saturday the 17th at The Manor in Leederville.

But it seemed like everything went wrong that night.  After being refused entry, with my name on the door, the door bitch not knowing anything about a “DJ Dexter” playing that evening and then being told I wasn’t allowed in with a camera, and made to wait an hour whilst watching them allow people in ahead of us I was nearing certifiable psychotic behaviour by the time I PAID to go and shoot a favourite and deserving of more respect DJ Dexter who played a kick-ass 90 minute set.

The only thing The Manor needs is to learn some goddamn manners. Or else go and be subject to the guide of  Lovers and Lobbers I mean, fuck, I’m writing a review on you dudes. Whose cock do I need to suck under a piano to get some goddamn respect in this place?!