MICHAEL WAUGH – THE WEIR

August 30, 2019

By Chris Familton. MICHAEL WAUGH – THE WEIR (Compass Bros Records) Michael Waugh’s last album The Asphalt & The Oval found him refining his blend of vivid Australian storytelling with impressive results. Now, just a […]

Rainforest Festival, Sarawak

August 8, 2019

Rainforest World Music Festival (Sarawak, July 2019) By Chris Lambie On trips across Vietnam in 2012 and 2103, I was surprised to hear very little traditional music. The closest I came – outside Ha Noi’s […]

NEIL YOUNG WON’T BE DENIED: TUSCALOOSA

August 5, 2019

Neil Young’s Tuscaloosa  Live recordings from The Loner’s craziest tour. By Michael Goldberg. “Neil had the wasted Charles Manson mountain man deal going, hair shaggy-uncombed past his shoulders, a wrinkled black-on-black striped film noir jacket, […]

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Herbie Hancock Live In Melbourne

June 10, 2019

By Tony Hillier Herbie Hancock runs hot at Hamer Hall (2019 Melbourne International Jazz Festival) Melbourne, Saturday, June 8 Like great artists in other realms, American jazz musicians seem to defy Anno Domini. Age has not […]

Tweedy – Solo in Australia: Review!

May 29, 2019

 By Martin Jones. Jeff Tweedy – Brisbane Powerhouse – Wednesday May 22, 2019 Anyone who has seen a Wilco show appreciates how much manpower, equipment, preparation and coordination is applied to make it so great. […]

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Bluesfest Day 5 – Kerrie Hickin Reports

April 24, 2019

ByKerrie Hickin. Bluesfest Day 5 In the past I’ve seen versatile vocalist Mojo Juju perform on lineups as diverse as at grungy rock venue The Old Bar and on a glamorous cabaret lineup – she’s […]

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Bluesfest Day 4 – Kerrie Hickin Reports

April 23, 2019

By Kerrie Hickin Bluesfest Day 4 The majority of today for me, and many others, was spent just floating around the various stages sampling any and every musical offering like a smorgasbord of tasty treats. […]

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