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It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything new here (over a year if I’m to take the date on that gig review below as an indicator). In between breaking my knee in February 2012 and moving to Berlin for … Continue reading
An evening of 60s Italian pop songs transformed into big band tunes with Patton’s trademark screeching embellishments, few could have witnessed anything like Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane before.
Two opposite ends of the emotion spectrum were showcased tonight; pure agony in the passionate actions of John Maus, and sheer ecstasy with the buoyant Dan Deacon Ensemble.
Miles Kane may not be a household name here yet, but his confidence would suggest otherwise. He talks of Shadow Puppets, his mate ‘Al’ and the gig itch. You would be forgiven for not knowing Miles Kane’s musical background, considering his … Continue reading
Too often ambient equals mundanity. Less can be more, especially if you’re a soundscape wizard like Berlin producer Sasha Ring. Those who know his back catalogue are aware of his command of techno tempos, glitchy beats long before James Blake … Continue reading
Annabel Alpers bids farewell to the Bachelorette moniker and talks of a collaborative future. New Zealand native Annabel Alpers aka Bachelorette recorded her last album in as far flung places as Libya to remote country homes. When Drum get hold … Continue reading