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21 Years Young

Wednesday 5th March / posted by Chris Wheeldon

RTRFM’s annual autumnal music festival – In The Pines – will take place on Sunday 20 April during the Easter long weekend with 20 local artists and acts playing across an all-day celebration at UWA’s Somerville Auditorium.

The iconic In The Pines event is a highlight of the Perth live music calendar, and in 2014 will be celebrating 21 years young with the best in local music from scene staples to emerging artists and bands on the rise.

RTRFM's Music Director Adam Christou caught up with Pete to reveal the first lot of bands.

The first line up announcement for In The Pines 2014 features seven WA music talents and the sounds of: garage surf pop four-piece Gunns; hardcore punk rockers and 2013 Big Splash Band Competition winners Scalphunter; lo-fi sweet pop trio Dianas; gripping country-rock and blues act The Kill Devil Hills; enchanting psychedelics from new girl on the scene Moana; dream-pop band Flower Drums fresh from the US; and a mish-mash of experimental surprises from Mudlark.

The second line up announcement for In The Pines 2014 features seven WA music talents and the sounds of: Dom Mariani’s influential power pop band DM3; swinging mid 60′s Mod stylists The High Learys; the ethereal and intimate Rabbit Island; old school punk rockers LEECHES!; dreamy indie duo Golden String; new Gun Fever signing Pat Chow; and the post-rock instrumentals of newcomers Antelope.

The final line up announcement for In The Pines 2014 features six WA music talents and the sounds of: psychedelic hazy rockers Mt. Mountain; post-pop indie darlings Runner; the melodic rock stylings of The Morning Night; local legend Bill Darby and band; the junkyard machine that is The Floors fresh from a national tour; and analogue indie pop from The Community Chest.

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