WIM bassist and journeyman, Dustin Bookatz, talks to Music Feeds about life abroad, branching out beyond WIM and an in-the-works solo-project.Music Feeds: So WIM’s living in New York these days… Dustin Bookatz: I and we moved over to the US around January 2012 so it’s coming close to two years over here. Initially I was
WIM are about to head out on the road in support of their debut album. WIM are notorious for transforming the world in which they perform and they warmly invite you to take part.
Set to release their debut self-titled LP on Modular this Friday May 27th longtime Music Feeds favourites (the comments here are pretty funny if you’re looking to waste some time) WIM have just let slip to us that they are offering some sneaky pre-order deals before the album is officially released. If you order a
Who wouldn’t spend a month in a bus with two beautiful women? WIM certainly don’t. With a debut single ready to be released and their first record to follow, WIM are about to join Grace Woodroofe and Emma Davis on the “An Intimate Night” tour. In between bouncing off the walls and recovering from the
Two of our nations brightest and both new additions to the Modular stable, Perth chanteuse Grace Woodroofe and Sydney lads WIM are set to go arm in arm around the country in April with support from Emma Davis. The deadly double team of Grace Woodroofe & WIM both have a couple of smashing new releases
Selling out both the Melbourne and Sydney dates at lightening speed, the lovely people at Laneway Festival have jsut announced that they’ve managed to rustle up a few extra tickets to the shows in Auckland, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and for the first time Singapore. The tickets will go on sale on January 14th via the
The Newtown festival has fast become a fixture on Sydney’s events calendar, and this year looks set to be it’s biggest yet, with 150 stalls and a line-up which including The Paper Scissors, Richard In Your Mind, and WIM. Held in Camperdown Memorial Rest Park on Sunday the 14th of November this year the festival
What a venue! What a gig! If you haven’t checked out the Laneway Bar in Underwood St (Circular Quay) then take a walk through the sandstone alleys to find it. Located under a precarious collection of junk, the bar takes up all of three square metres and will only be around until the end of
Well lads, ladettes and non-gender specifics, it’s Monday afternoon and for most of you out there that probably means four more solid days of work before the weekend winds around again.
Entering the WIM practice space, it quickly becomes apparent that the bands psychedelic pop sound’s influence extends far beyond their music and stage costumes.
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It is common knowledge that Sydney has always comfortably donned the title of the ‘pretty city’, leaving the arts sphere and thriving bar culture to Melbourne. For too long Sydney has shyly scuffed its feet at the thought of pursuing its own creative force in the club scene.
By Verge Arts Festival Co- Director Max Rapley. What is Verge? Well, it’s an arts festival, but who knows what the hell that means. The arts can be anything, from the Sistine Chapel to bathing in cat piss and setting yourself on fire. It’s a flexible term at the best of times. I prefer to
Do you remember the way pop music used to sound? Artists like The Beatles and Kate Bush used to hold high the banner of pop music, but in recent years as the genre has been filled with glorified abortions such as Panic At The Disco and Maroon 5 the banner of quality pop lays limp