What's on: December's full music lineup

Roobs and the Washing Line Economy. Photo: Supplied.
Roobs and the Washing Line Economy. Photo: Supplied.

December is absolute madness, the good kind of madness that drives me sane as opposed to insane.

And I must say I’m getting rather excited for this coming Saturday December 8th at The Esperance Motor Hotel.

It’s like the planets have aligned and we have been able to throw down an absolutely cracking line-up. 

Roobs and the Washing Line Economy are all set for their first Esperance appearance.

Local lad Robin Bottrell has been slowly chipping away at the Perth music scene and has taken a step we all expected in assembling a killer band to bring his songs to life.

I feel as if Im forever calling Robin Rueben now a result of him taking on the stage pseudonym Roobs.

Anyway, you can expect some stellar eclectic atmospheric vibes from these guys will be killer.

Ta$ty and Atmos take to the stage, shedding light on two local hip hop acts that have chilled away underground.

Stoked to be able to get them both onto a line-up.

Josh Thomas returns from a stint up north and is set to kick the night off with some tasty riffs.

I’ve been working on my dance moves for Grand Casual’s set, the three of us are pumped to play our first local gig since our mini tour in November, may even be a couple of new tracks set to roll.

As we all know there ain't no party like an op shop party, and I'll be giving away one Kyza Presents golden ticket (entry for one to KP events for the year) to the most creatively dressed on Saturday night.

Doors open at 7.30, strictly 18+ and entry is $10 on the night.

Get on down and dance the night away.

Events at The Cannery Arts Centre are heating up for Summer with an absolutely cracking result following last Sundays 9x5 auction.

Thanks to everyone that headed down to support the local arts centre.

Friday, December 14th, sees our next event with the opening of the Flotsam and Jetsam exhibition.

Prepare yourselves for a super enjoyable night kicking off from 7pm.

Checkout some stunning work in the gallery then grab a cold beverage and chill out in the courtyard while local musos Bec Schutz, Joe Franzone, Me and Michael and your truly kick out some tasty tunes.

The event is free to attend, and promises to kick off Summer at The Cannery in style.

December 15th sees Edge Of The Bay kick into full swing on the Esperance foreshore.

With skate demonstrations and competitions, markets, live music and whole host of other activities this is an event not to be missed.

Edge Of The Bay is a cracker of an event brought to you by the Esperance Shire and Im stoked to be a part of it.

Head to Edge of The Bay on Facebook for all details, including the Pool Party at The Bay of Isles Leisure Centre on Sunday December 16th featuring the Hunting Birds.

Hectic weekend is an understatement.