RTRFM finalise lineup for upcoming 25th In The Pines Festival

RTRFM finalise lineup for upcoming 25th In The Pines Festival

Featuring an all-star line-up of WA talent, including Demon Days, Mathas, Lucy Peach, FOAM and more.

Header photo by Cam Campbell.

Two weeks ago, RTRFM announced the first line-up for its much-loved In The Pines Festival, which will be taking over UWA's Somerville Auditorium for its 25th year on April 29. Including acts such as band-of-the-moment Demon Days, experimental artist Furchick and Mile End, the latter of which reforming for an exclusive, one-off show, the festival highlights the bounds of underground WA talent often missing from our larger, more 'mainstream' festivals - making it a pretty important day to our calendars over here in the west.

After announcing their first haul of acts, the festival has followed it up with a bunch of other talent, most recently announcing the last handful of acts joining the party before the festival kicks off in a few weeks time. Terrible Signal, a new indie-pop project of Hideous Sun Demon frontman Vin Buchannan, joins the bill, as does hip-hop icon Mathas, the blistering genre-benders FOAM, The Kill Devil Hills, Umpire & Mukaizake, and Pilerats favourite Abbe May.

Grab the full line-up below, and be sure to get a ticket HERE. If not, as always, the festival will be broadcast live from 11am-10pm on RTRFM 92.1 on the day.

RTRFM In The Pines 2018 Full Line-Up:

Abbe May

Bolt Gun

Demon Days

Em Burrows & Web Rumors

Furchick

FOAM

Grievous Bodily Calm

Lucy Peach

Mathas

Mile End

Nerve Quakes

Sex Panther

Terrible Signal

The Kill Devil Hills

The Pipeline Band

The Tommyhawks

Thee Loose Hounds

Treehouses

Umpire/ Mukaizake

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