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Arcade Fire’s Canadian-based saxophonist has one of the most unique playing styles you’ll ever see.
The crowd loved him so much (standing ovation) that even though he ran overtime, he invited them to meet him outside on the Spiegeltent steps for an encore.
A confronting and delightful experience of music in the dark, attempted with an open mind and an open mind.
The quintet were tight and meditative, offering five often separate strains of jazz to wrap your head around that somehow moved as one, coming together in a frenzy on the last beat to redefine sound.
There are musicians who perform true to their recordings and then there are songsters like Dom Flemons who one-up the recording and give everything back.
Forget the New Year – Lee Fields will take you blissfully back to the strains of old-school soul where groove is a necessity and time almost doesn’t exist.
A reverie of wistful pop, sweat, fresh coconuts, faux hippies and the wedding of two giant skeletons, the first ever Falls Fest in Byron Bay was extraordinary.
He definitely holds his own and the crowd went crazy for him.
Steve Clisby’s lounge music chic was perfect for the dining experience of the Brass Monkey but as a headlining act, he needed something more to get people out of their seats and grooving.
Lorin Reid has high hopes for Bluesfest 2014.