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The seasoned performer creates a night to remember.
Boy & Bear created a night to remember in Fremantle
Steve Poltz, along with The Poontangos, entertained by jumping off stage at Mojo’s Bar.
The penultimate and final tracks thread through with a similar theme of time, but in a different context, and finishes up with the addition of horns to its collection of instruments.
The local singer-songwriter’s frail and gentle voice would see her classed with the likes of Jewel and Tori Amos, but still lacks their memorable and unique quality.
"Kudos to this UK band for somehow managing to combine reggae and punk, two pretty differing axes on the music spectrum, to create an oddly catchy but slightly confusing album."
Kershia Wong favoured Daft Punk in 2013.
The WAM Pop Song Of The Year winners’ unique blend of pop, soul and rock’n’roll is combined with ‘50s electric guitar riffs, big band styled horns and singer Novac Bull’s cheeky and seductive voice.
Ending on an uninhibited rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s Everywhere, you’ve got to give Cannon credit for knowing how to have a good time.
The end product is sonically driven and well produced, and layered seamlessly, but at times Archer & Light feels like a new-church gospel session.