Yesterday we performed at Perth Festival in support of two artists we love – Kate Tempest & Omar Musa – on a stage sponsored by fossil fuel giant Chevron. Rather than say no to the opportunity, we thought we would use the platform to speak a few truth’s about why Chevron is the wrong company to sponsor our premier arts festival.
Watch the video and catch our live performance of Rights & Responsibilities, before listening to Shareef drop a few truth bombs on Chevron.
Come along to the hometown launch and live performance of #1 Solace Lane !!!
Supported by Wisdom2th, the launch will be held on January 12, 6-8pm at Studio 9, Classic Sounds. The venue is in our hometown of Kelmscott, just a few hundred metres from where we recorded and mixed #1 Solace Lane – the perfect little venue for our local launch.
We’re keeping the night short, sweet and all ages to make this as accessible as possible for our fans, family and friends. If that’s you, we hope to see you there.
The youth of Perth need more positive entertainment and fun, alcohol-free environments in which to enjoy it.
On November 8, local hip hop artists will host a gold coin entry, all ages gig at HQ Leederville.
Positive, fun and entertaining.
Selekt Few will host the afternoon, and will be performing on the bill along side Perth hip hop legend Graphic, the heavily slept on L.S.D & The Missus and the ever impressive Bryte MC. Plus a huge line-up of special supporting guests including Rob Shaker, Callum Presbury and Charley Caruso.
In a world where everything is ‘user pays’, the youth and low income earners often miss out on the best entertainment. That’s why this is low cost – gold coin entry – so everyone can come!