This calendar attempts to cover any gigs that relate to exploratory sound and music in Perth. It includes but is not limited to Tone List events. Please submit details of experimental shows to us via info [at] tonelist [dot] com [dot] au. We'd appreciate it if you used this template for your submission. 
See the Friends page for more info on regular series' and festivals in Perth.

April 18, 3:00pm.

Free
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The Lion Never Sleeps
Education Room, PICA

The Lion Never Sleeps is a participatory walking performance through the streets of Northbridge. Beginning in the PICA foyer, each participant is equipped with a pair of headphones and a listening device. Together the group will travel through spaces and places that queer people gathered and created communities during the AIDS crisis in Perth. While walking, participants will listen to stories and interviews that have been collected with members of the LGBTQIA+ community in Perth who were active in the community during the 1980s and 90s.

Walking continues in the lineage of queer bodies, communities and parades traversing, transgressing and challenging public space through joy, hope and celebration.

Participation is free, but please bring a phone or other portable media player and a pair of headphones or earbuds.
April 18, 7:00pm.

$10
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Outcome Unknown #25
Paper Mountain

Daisie's Net
Joshua Pether
David West & Cohen Bourgault
Furchick
Eljo Agenbach & Eduardo Cossio
April 24, 7:30pm.

$26/15/$10
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Zubin Kanga: Piano Ex Machina
State Theatre Centre Studio Underground

Zubin Kanga plays works by Alexander Schubert, Kate Neal, Tristan Coelho, Jon Rose, Benjamin Carey, Adam de la Cour and himself. Presented by Tura New Music.
April 30, 7:30pm.

$5
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NoizeMaschin!! #94
The Artifactory

Curated by artist-in-residence Furchick.
May 9, 7:30pm.

Free
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Sound Spectrum: Music of the People
WAAPA Music Auditorium

Folk-inspired works by students of the WAAPA Composition and Music Technology course. Program TBA.
May 10, 7:30pm.

Free
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Sound Spectrum: Shock of the New
Spectrum Project Space

New works by WAAPA post-graduate students and staff.
May 27, 7:30pm.

$20/$10
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Intercurrent: Walkman Antiquarian
Callaway Auditorium (University of WA)

New music ensemble Intercurrent (Emily Green-Armytage, Louise Devenish, Ashley Smith and Lachlan Skipworth) perform a program of electroacoustic works.

Natalie Williams: New Work
Perotin: Beata Viscera
John Cage: Credo in Us
Olivia Davies: New Work
Thomas Meadowcroft: Walkman Antiquarian
19th-21 September, 7:30pm.

$26/$23
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Defying Gravity performs Steve Reich's "Drumming"
WAAPA Music Auditorium (Richard Gill Auditorium)

Reich's seminal percussion work performed by WAAPA's percussion ensemble under the direction of Fiona Digney, Tim White and Aaron Logan.