AFL: Eagles VS Saints
West Coast welcome a visiting St Kilda side in round 8 of AFL season 2012. The Eagles again appear headed for another productive season after last year making the preliminary finals. St Kilda though, will be keen to impress new coach Scott Watters and regain the form, which saw the side contend for the 2009 and 2010 grand finals. Footy fans can see the likes of Nic Naitanui and Nick Riewoldt compete for their respective sides.
First bounce is at 2:40PM (local).
Super Rugby: Force VS Rebels
Get your dose of Super Rugby at nib Stadium as the Force takes on the Rebels.
PICF: Festival Finale
Round off a manic 19 days of laughs in the only way any comedy faithful should, with the Festival Finale!
We’re sure everyone will be slightly silly by this stage, so secure your tickets for an unruly and out of control line-up including Fiona O’Loughlin, Joel Creasey and Greg Fleet, with many more still to be announced! Don’t miss out on the fun and your final chance to enjoy the Perth International Comedy Festival until it comes hurtling back in 2013.
Mutemath at Amplifier Bar
Since releasing their first EP in late 2004, Mutemath's inherent nature has challenged limitations and expanded parameters. By the time they released their 2006 self-titled debut, their blending of adverse genres into its own innovative sonically adventurous creation earned them a reputation as one of modern musics most daring young groups.
On their latest album Odd Soul, which was featured as Triple J Album Of The Week, Mutemath locked themselves down at Meanys home studio in New Orleans and didnt emerge until they were ready to play it for others. The idea of complete isolation was the only thing that appealed to us. No one would hear or comment on what we were doing until we were done, Meany says. "We set out to record something that was unapologetically us.
Rooted in New Orleans rhythm and blues, fusing elements from psychedelia to traditional gospel to modern electronica, Odd Soul is constructed to live up to its title. "I think the title describes this record in every context." Meany summarizes, "It's who we are, where we've been, and what we incidentally sound like when set to music."