Saturday, 31 January 2015

HTRK

Just listen to the track, browse the photos and enjoy the experience as if you were walking around the gallery and having a glass of Australian Shiraz by the stage.


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Monday, 26 January 2015

Frikstailers

Amongst music lovers and glamazons takes place a new edition of the Friday Nights music program at the NGV, this time on the occasion of the Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition.

Exquisite selection of artists, most of them outside the typical Australian mainstream, that together with the collections of the French fashion designer and a smaller exhibition with artworks from renowned British artist David Shrigley, makes the whole vibe at the NGV quite cosmopolitan,.

Frikstailers’ performance exceeded by far any expectations the audience may have had. Sampling its music with absurd devices, such as mock-up guitars, Nintendo controllers and a Wii Fit mat on the floor, the duo from Argentina brought the best of the ‘Cumbia’ dance –and some ‘Reggaeton’ tunes- to the Melbourne nightlife.


Way too much fun. Shame they were only in town for one night...


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Friday, 2 January 2015

Eyreton Hall

Eyreton Hall is the folk song writing collaboration of Toni Randle and Andrew Keegan, two talented musicians based in Auckland, New Zealand, who once were from the Melbourne music scene.

It was a small show hosted at the Wesley Ann in Northcote, where they played last four years ago before emigrating to the other side of the Tasman Sea.

Strong lyrics and a very delicate drum beat that wraps around the subtle piano notes accompanying Toni’s voice. A few familiar faces from the Moreland City Soul Review were at the pub that night, supporting their old colleagues and enjoying a few drinks.

Lovely venue, worth visiting in a week night to get a feel of the Melbourne local folk bands and have a sip of wine while listening to sung poetry.


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