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SOUTHBOUND // TIM & JEAN WITH AAROM WILSON

Friday, January 21st, 2011 by Matt

Cut & Paste Mini-Canvas by Tim & Jean

About the biggest thing to have bounced out of Perth in the last six months or so Tim & Jean chat with the man with the biggest set of ranga-dreads in the media today.

http://www.vimeo.com/19021815

while you’re here check out our photos from Southbound

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SOUTHBOUND // TAME IMPALA WITH AAROM WILSON

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 by John

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The Dreadlocked Sensei from Drum Media Perth sits down for a beer with Kevin and  Jay from Tame Impala…they talk about venn diagrams and music

http://www.vimeo.com/18946297

It’s not all Rock stars and Beers at these festivals you know. Read about Chris Callan’s run in with an angry sailor here.

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SOUTHBOUND // GRACE WOODROOFE WITH AAROM WILSON

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 by Matt

Cut & Paste Mini Canvas by GraceWoodroofe

Discovered at the age of 16 by some bloke from Perth called Heath Something-or-Other who whisked her off to Los Angeles to make an album, Grace Woodroofe has had a charmed journey. So what could be better than a conversation between her and the endlessly charming Mr Aarom Wilson?

http://www.vimeo.com/18942936

While you’re here, read Aaron McCann’s behind the scenes Soutbound adventures

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Kiss My Camera

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 by Nicole Norelli

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Kiss My Camera is a photographic exhibition currently on display at the West Australian Museum in Perth as part of the WAMI’s (the WA Music Industry) showcase happening all this week. The Kiss My Camera exhibition is a new feature to the WAMI showcase, having only been in existence in the last 2 years.

There are 48 images on display tucked away on Level 2 with some of the one’s we think are the best featured on our footage (check out the vid!). The photos are taken of live West Australian musicians, international artists who have played in Perth as well as press and promotional photos for bands. There are some great portraits too, especially a fantastic candid of ex-Xpress Editor Bob Gordon as Paul Stanley from KISS taken by Lisa Businovski.

Kiss My Camera is a lovely little hats off to all those hard working photographers hustling in the media pit making sure the images you see in your local street rag and websites are top notch! And to those who have simply grabbed a great moment by being in the right place at the right time. Congratulations to all the finalists, some of whom we all know well, such as Anthony Tran (Sunset and DrumMedia), Jordan Shields (The Wire), Court McAllister (92.9), Lisa Businovski (Xpress), Jarrad Seng and Bridget Turner just to name a few!

Make sure you check it out before the 12th of July and vote for your favourite photo as well.  A People’s Choice award goes to the photographer whose image is most voted for! Then Kiss My Camera goes on it’s own little musical history tour across regional WA.

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