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"Nobody and nothing is safe when Brendon Walsh is around."
"The whole show is like Seinfeld at its most postmodern."
"Fraser demystifies the strange world of mergers and acquisitions [and] why women straighten their hair."
"His skills are certainly there, however the live show lacks any ability to bring together his influences and create something distinctive."
His skills are certainly there, however, the live show lacks any ability to bring together his influences and create something distinctive.
Finally, only Marshall Allen remains, playing one last note on his EVI that sounds like a spaceship taking off. So long, Sun Ra.
Convict sticks too closely to the script and, as a result, it feels simply like an Australian version of ‘the prison drama’ rather than a distinct contribution to this genre.
The diversity of electronic music showcased, coupled with an emphasis on providing a unique and comfortable festival experience, will ensure Let Them Eat Cake’s continued growth from year to year.