Catch Ben Ford-Davies out at the Port at The British on Friday fortnights, before we lose him to the overseas adventures that keep calling him back.
Month: June 2016
The narrative links between, and at times during, the songs were never indulgent and were interesting and insightful, placing the songs into the context of the songwriter’s life.
Musitec Managing Director David Grice says this opportunity can help our creatives get the most out of what they might already have, and find the resources to build on it.
The film gets straight into the journey and seems to lack the magical set up of the original. The slow build and less drastic situation doesn’t match the emotional investment.
De Ness tries to be a provocative vampish femme fatale but, often, this merely comes across as contrived and unconvincing.
The set was heavy on the ‘hits’, and the choral accompaniment and choreographed beer glass waving which began in earnest.
Broken and Beautiful is an emotional journey with a perfect pairing of a full band to complement Kylie’s poetic story.
Australian audiences will be among the first to hear songs from the new Innocent Criminals’ album, Call It What It Is, their first in eight years.
It’s been three years since Bob Evans (AKA Kevin Mitchell) gave us Familiar Stranger and the much anticipated follow up album is set for released this week.
Car Boot Sale is greater than the sum of its parts, packed with wonderful melodies and incisive observations, and reminding us once again of what a great talent we have in Kevin Mitchell.