Friday 31st May
RTRFM Launches RADIO LOVE MONTH throughout May.
Local community radio station RTRFM is calling on its listeners and supporters to donate throughout May and show their love for the station during Radio Love Month.
RTRFM is a not-for-profit independent radio station which is funded by a community of listeners through subscriptions and donations. Radio Love Month is a chance for people to show their love and allow us to continue producing high-quality music and talks programming year-round.
This month we’re asking 1000 listeners to show us some love by donating at rtrfm.com.au in May, whatever you can afford, whether it’s $5, $31, or even $92, it all helps us to keep the love flowing. By donating you are helping the station continue its support of local music, arts and cultural content across the 48 shows broadcast 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
For 42 years RTRFM, The Sound Alternative, has been the home of local, Western Australian music that strives to be a counter point to other radio stations by promoting local, independent artists, musicians, performers and businesses across metropolitan Perth.
The people you hear on RTRFM love the music and ideas they share with you, and they love the concept of a community radio station where all sorts of voices can be heard. A lot of love goes into making the shows you hear on RTRFM; they’re a labour of love by many volunteers.
If you love the music and ideas you hear, and you love the fact that independent community radio exists, show us some love by donating at rtrfm.com.au in May, whatever you can afford, even $5 will help us keep the love flowing.
RTRFM is a registered charity, which means you can claim a tax deduction on any donation you make before the upcoming end of financial year.
Time: All day
Venue: RTRFM 92.1
Saturday 22nd June
RTRFM’S FREMANTLE WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO THE PORT CITY.
RTRFM is taking over North Fremantle once again for our 13th annual celebration of the sounds of the port city on Saturday, June 22.
Featuring 35 acts across six venues, including The Guildhall. FWMF will also be filling Mojos Bar, North Fremantle Bowls Club, the Railway Hotel, Port Beach Garden Bar, the Swan Lounge and the Swan Basement, from 7pm ‘til late.
At the Swan Lounge, bask in an eclectic mix of alt folk and roots with the sounds of Good Grace, Keeley Connolly, Odin Malchik, Aretinos, Duncan Saige and Ghost Care.
Step into the Swan Basement for blues, ska and swinging roots courtesy of Indigo Walrus, Applejack and Moonshine, Steve Hensby Band, Lincoln MacKinnon and the Wrecking Train and Lucy Peach.
Journey to the North Fremantle Bowls Club for a smorgasbord of indie pop delights from Big Town Players, The City Views, The Paige Naught Experience (PMX), The Reductors and The Community Chest.
Or head to the Railway Hotel and the newly revamped Port Beach Garden Bar outside where things get loud and fast with Macho Men, Cuss, Ursula and Flossy, and a little bit indie, psyche and heavy sounds with Moth, Oosterbanger, Skullcave and Verge Collection.
At Mojos, immerse yourself with some local hip hop, blissed out beats and rolling electronica of No Nomad, Leopard Lake, Priscilla, Racka Chachi and Mathas, taking you into the wee hours. Plus, catch the Good Tidings DJs in the courtyard.
And across the road at The Guildhall, catch the party vibes of THOTSPYC DJs, DJ Salty and DJ Escue. Plus, the live electronic vibes of PTMC and Boox Kid.
Roll into North Fremantle for the Fremantle Winter Music Festival 2019.
Presale tickets to Fremantle Winter Music Festival are available now via rtrfm.com.au and Oztix. All ticket sales help to keep RTRFM on air and supporting local, independent music and arts.
WHAT: Fremantle Winter Music Festival 2019
WHEN: Saturday June 22, 7pm-late
WHO: Applejack & Moonshine / Big Town Players / Boox Kid / Cuss / Duncan Saige / DJ Escue / Flossy / Ghost Care / Good Grace / Good Tidings DJs Indigo Walrus /Keeley Connelly / Leopard Lake / Lincoln Mckinnon and the Wrecking Train / Lucy Peach / Macho Men / Mathas / Moth / No Nomad / Odin Malchik / Ooserbanger / PMX / Priscilla / PTMC / Racka Chachi / DJ Salty / Skullcave / Steve Hensby / Aretinos / The City Views / The Community Chest / The Reductors / THOTSPYC DJs / Ursula / Verge Collection
WHERE: Mojos Bar, North Fremantle Bowls Club, Railway Hotel, Port Beach Garden Bar, The Guildhall, The Swan Lounge & The Swan Basement
TICKETS: Presales $20 + BF RTRFM subscribers, $25 + BF general public via rtrfm.com.au or Oztix. All BF are contributed by Oztix back to RTRFM.
Limited door sales available on the night. Gold/Platinum subscribers receive free entry.
Time: 7pm - late
Venue: Mojos Bar, North Fremantle Bowls Club, Railway Hotel, Port Beach Garden Bar, The Guildhall, The Swan Lounge & The Swan Basement
Friday 12th July
CELEBRATE 25 YEARS OF AMBIENT ZONE.
HEAVENLY BODIES AS PART OF THE FREMANTLE FESTIVAL: 10 NIGHTS IN PORT.
Visit Fremantle Festival: 10 Nights in Port in style with RTRFM’s Heavenly Bodies: 25 Years of Ambient Zone. Celebrate 25 years of ambient music, weird experimentations and soul moving curation from RTRFM’s Ambient Zone.
Join us at St John’s Church in Fremantle as we fill the hall with the wonders of some of Perth’s finest ambient and experimental musicians in the stunning surrounds. Catch the sounds of Naik, Masonik, Nika Mo, Daisie’s Night, Ryan Beno and Emlyn Johnson.
We haven’t seen him playing live for close to 2 years but multi instrumentalist and all round audio wizard Naik is back. He has some new tunes on the way and will play a very special ambient set as he fills the church with his mesmerising sounds. Plus, his visuals will astound you.
Ryan Beno are a perfect representation of the unbelievable talent of musicians in WA. Made up of WAAPA and non WAAPA mates, Ryan Beno make jazz fueled ambient beats and pieces. Having kicked around the Perth experimental scene for over 10 years, Masonik make jazz and experimental music that pushes the boundaries of both genres.
Relatively new to the live music scene, Daisie’s Net uses multiple instruments to create layered and deeply textural lo fi music with a emphasis on story telling and the human experience. Nika Mo is a song writer of the highest order, making magically folk music that will fill the church. Also catch the sounds of Emlyn Johnson as he takes us into his wonderfully magic and odd mind with a collection of country tinged ambient tunes with his mate Edo.
Heavenly Bodies: 25 Years of Ambient Zone takes over St John’s Church in Fremantle, Friday July 12 as part of the Fremantle Festival: 10 Days in Port.
For more information and tickets head to RTRFM.COM.AU. Tickets also on sale through Oztix and Fremantle Festival.
WHAT: Heavenly Bodies
WHEN: Friday July 12, 7pm
WHERE: St John’s Church, Fremantle
WHO: Naik, Masonik, Ryan Beno, Daisie’s Net, Nika Mo and Emlyn Johnson.
TICKETS: Oztix & RTRFM.com.au
Time: 7pm - 12am
Venue: St Johns Church, Fremantle