Ed Kuepper & Jim White – Live @ The Triffid

June 21, 2021

Thursday June 17, 2021 Review By Steve Bell / Pics by Scott Myers A decent throng has turned out early to catch a brief warm-up set by local musician Greg Charles fronting his titular four-piece band. Charles […]

Womadelaide 2021 – Midnight Oil Triumph!

March 10, 2021

Womadelaide 2021 – King Rodney Park – March 5-8 Midnight Oil was perhaps the perfect band to close this year’s Womadelaide. Carrying the message that the country needs to change they strode triumphantly onstage in […]

Cedric Burnside – Live Hill Country Blues

March 14, 2020

By Samuel J Fell. Cedric Burnside / Warren Earl Band – Mullumbimby RSL – March 12, 2020. The rain has stopped. Mullumbimby gleams under street lights, the odd car moving slowly down the main drag […]

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Port Fairy – Crowd Surfing, Special Events and Virtuosity.

March 12, 2020

44th Port Fairy Folk Festival – 6-9th March 2020 Rhythms subscriber Alan Calder sums up his Port Fairy experience.  Award-winning Canadian modern folk trio The East Pointers may well have just endangered the somewhat staid stereotype of the Port Fairy […]

Nick Lowe @ The Forum

February 20, 2020

Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets – Forum Theatre, Melbourne – Tuesday February 18, 2020 By Brian Wise. In an alternative universe somewhere, Nick Lowe is packing large arenas and outdoor venues like Elton John is […]

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Elton John: Brilliance at A Day On The Green

February 7, 2020

ELTON JOHN: FAREWELL YELLOW BRICK ROAD A DAY ON THE GREEN, ROCHFORD WINERY – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2020 By Brian Wise It seems astonishing that Elton John has been coming to Australia since 1971 and, […]

Out On The Weekend

October 15, 2019

By Brian Wise. All photos by Stephen Boxshall. OUT ON THE WEEKEND – SEAWORKS, WILLIAMSTOWN – SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2019 If you want to know what the ideal size for a music festival is then […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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