Contemporary Music
Pastevent

Mikhael Paskalev

Norway

Sat 1 March 2014

Supported by Rainy Day Women 

He has already charmed his way throughout his native homeland … and now it’s Australia’s turn to fall  under his spell. DEW PROCESS

Mikhael Paskalev's first single I Spy earned him the 2012 Award for Best Unsigned Act in his native Norway, went platinum and had over 1 million views on YouTube and his meteoric rise continues. His alt-country infused indie pop pays tribute to the sounds of the Everley Brothers, Paul Simon and the Shins. Energetic and shamelessly catchy, Paskalev’s songs are the perfect soundtrack to a balmy summer night in Perth.

Pop classicism with WA’s tightest bunch of dudes. TRIPLE J

Rainy Day Women are more sun-drenched than rainy, and noticeably more male than their name suggests. The Perth four-piece craft pop tunes with infectious melodies and that summery glow. 2013 saw the band perform at Laneway Festival, Big Day Out and Southbound and receive plenty of Triple J love. Their sound trips happily through influences like The Beach Boys and Fleetwood Mac, and arrives charmingly at the warm spot in the sun.

Set times:
8pm: Rainy Day Women
9.15pm: Mikhael Paskalev

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Date

Sat 1 March 2014
Chevron Festival Gardens

Sat 1 March, 8pm

Price

$35-$40
Standard $40
Friends $35

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