Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Mia Dyson


Mia Dyson is a famous Australian songwriter and guitarist from Torquay. She composes beautiful songs with a deep toned voice and scratchy chords roughly played on her electric guitar, with a characteristic style that may remind some grunge blues band, only toned down a few notches.

On the bass, Tim Keegan was great. I am a bit fan of his previous work with Liz Stringer –on steel guitar during the show-, Matt Keegan and the Tiger and me. Humble and quiet bass notes until it needs to be heard. Nothing too techie, nothing too fancy, just a clean nice ‘jazzy’ Fender sound that builds up without taking over.  Danny McKenna on drums to complete the set and a couple of teenage girls doing a ‘solo cameo’ at the end of the show.

Quite a nice venue, such a nice show, just before she goes on tour to the US.

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Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson

Mia Dyson


Sunday, 21 April 2013

Vydamo



Vydamo ('Vye-dam-o') is the solo project of Art vs. Science´s vocals and keyboard guy Jim Finn and is on tour right now or the first time. You may have listen his catchy single ‘Gonna Make it’ on Triple J over the last few weeks.

After a really busy Saturday with a full-day photoshoot on the East side of Melbourne, I jumped on the tram to swing by the Toff in Town, just to find a massive queue at the door. Nodded to the bouncer, and ran up what felt like the longest and steepest staircase in Melbourne. Lucky me, I got there just on time.

Surprisingly, there were hardly any photos being taken by anyone in the night, so I hope you   enjoy the shots below.

I won´t be surprise if there´s a second date in Melbourne soon. Just remember you saw it here first!

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Vydamo

Vydamo

Vydamo

Vydamo


Vydamo


Vydamo


Vydamo


Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Interview with Unida (17-04-13)





‘Liveinphotos’ had the opportunity to interview ‘Unida’. For those who have not heard much of it, it´s a stoner rock band that was formed with ex-member of iconic bands Kyuss and Slo Burn.

Our Editor Juan J. Cruz had a Q/A with Mr. Arthur Seay, the amazing guitar player of Unida -second from the left-. His musical background also includes his band House of Broken Promises, and he was also known for being the road-tech of Slipknot.

Read below to see what he has to say.


Thursday, 4 April 2013

The Art of Sleeping


Just got back from a holiday on the other side of the world and I decided to post about this young Australian band that I saw last year, but happened to be quite busy to do it at the time.

The Art of Sleeping is a young Brisbane-based band that has a fair bit of fans in Melbourne. A mellow sound with keyboards and acoustic guitars, yet solidly arrange with drums, bass and electric guitar. The vocals somehow remind me good ol’ Goo Goo Dolls, and some of their influences are Australian bands FleetFoxes and Mumford and Sons (click on the links to listen a few tracks).

Well, enough said, you can check their sound by following the link to their myspace.

Enjoy the Friday playlist!

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The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping

The Art of Sleeping