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I need your help to complete the list, so please post the records that you feel should be included in the TOP Take a trip through some deeply soulful and mystical masterpieces with our list of 10 essential spiritual jazz albums.
Wes Montgomery - Full Not only because it marked the beginning of Miles' "Electric era", but this was one of the defining albums for Jazz Fusion. After years of having been the techno capital of the world, the city now is embracing a much wider musical palette, attracting a new generation of sonic adventurists: international jazz musicians as well as German talents.
Discover and listen to new music releases and 's best new album releases this week and every week here. Incidentally, most jazz "standards" are not much better than pop songs, and often they actually "are" pop songs, something that, personally, I don't find very interesting. Originators of the modern Congolese sound, Franco revolutionized modern African music, releasing hundreds of records, training hundreds of musicians and achieving an African super-star status.
Lest we forget the efforts in this area by the legendary Paul Chambers, a recent Mosaic Select collection sets the record straight on the bassist's own sessions as a leader.
Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by American hard rock band Aerosmith, released by Columbia Records in October Along with the blues, its forefather, it is one of the first truly indigenous musics to develop in America, yet its unpredictable, risky ventures into improvisation gave it critical cache with scholars that the blues lacked. Dedicated to share free Nu jazz, downtempo, acid jazz, funk, future jazz, soul, fusion albums and live shows.
Seek ppt, txt, pdf, word, rar, zip, and also kindle? A really fantastic album from this hip British reedman — and maybe his strongest jazz album to date! The Rarities, due to land on October 2, will be Carey's first new album since Caution inand will follow the release It is an all star lineup of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach; all who were prominent in the development of bebop about 15 years beforehand and thus were all seasoned veterans by the time of the concert.
Official site offers photo gallery, detailed biography and selected discography from a catalog of more than 2, recordings. Their regular club-nights in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto exist since the early nineties, and their concept of playing old and new full spectrum sets was and still is a similar concept to regular jazz-orientated club-nights like the Mojo-Club HamburgBar Rhumba, the old Download www. Seal had previously released two albums dedicated to soul classics but Standards is Seal's first foray into the jazz world.
Another Harvest casualty who is running the red light is Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, with the band arriving off the back of their scintillating sixth album, Specter At The Feast. Tickets on sale this Friday. Wollongong legends Tumbleweed are well and truly back, with new album Sounds From The Other Side yet another victory from a group with nothing left to prove.
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After setting the hip hop world alight with his Kendrick Lamar assisted sonic boom Control, Big Sean has become one of the most buzzedabout rappers on the planet. The destination: South Stradbroke Island. The situation: a LP punters embarking on a rad journey out through the GC Broadwater for a full-day island rock show and boat party.
This is The Other Side. Tickets through Oztix. The riot erupts at The Joynt on 26 Oct. Management reserve the right to refuse entry.
Long-time Brisbane and Aussie rock legend Darren Middleton will be returning to his former stomping ground from his current base of Melbourne to present Translations, a record stuffed with classic alternative pop, full of hooks and unexpected turns. Hear what the guitarist and songwriter has been up to since Powderfinger called it a day; he plays Old Museum, 29 Nov. Head along from 5. Rap City will not be going ahead this Saturday as planned, however, solo shows for Talib Kweli, Homeboy Sandman and Trademark Da Skydiver will supposedly be announced soon.
Until then, the promoter offers their sincere apologies and advises full refunds can be obtained from point of purchase. The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art invites you to see the space in a different light with their Up Late Album) night events, which this year coincides with the fantastic exhibition, California Design Living in a Modern Way.
Check out the iconic designs after hours 5. Boomerang Festival organisers have just presented us with the final ace up their sleeve, announcing Xavier Rudd as the final addition to the festival bill. The roots hero will join Dr. Dijiniyini Gondarra OAM, journalist Jeff McMullen this Saturday, where they will spin a set of soaring music and striking dialogue together with visuals from the award winning film, Our Generation.
Happening from Friday through Sunday at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, single- two- and three-day tickets can still be purchased through the event website. Get spooky, get into a costume and get down to Coniston Lane, 25 Oct. Do your bit! Check out Grindr: A Love Story? Nath Valvo gets down to the nitty gritty of this popular app and traverses across all the positives and pitfalls that this development gives users.
Tickets through the box office. The Jarman brothers have been making music as The Cribs for ten years now, pretty much their entire adult lives. But it was cool. The thing I like about this band is how perverse it is, and getting an award like that feels like a perverse, strange occurrence. I dunno, it always felt that we were doing better in Australia than in England when we first went there, so we always really liked it.
I feel like the crowds are ideal crowds for us to play to, and the attitude of the people is perfect, they respond really well. It was a fun thing to do and it worked, and collaborations very rarely work.
Cam Findlay tries to cut through the crap with Howard Lawrence. Well, all these bloody tunnels, actually Howard and his older brother Guy are comfortably sitting at the top of the ladder at the moment — whether that ladder be one of dance music, crossover success or ability, paradoxically, to destroy the established UK dance scene. Once that finishes we go straight into our world tour. Three months since the release of their debut album Settle, the boys are now pretty firmly established in the public psyche.
With Jools Holland. They must be bloody sick of playing the album by now, right? There just seems to be a plethora of people that think it is the case. And I mean that about us and people in general. House music has always been a big part of what Disclosure is, and now suddenly it just seems that house music seems to be dominating the charts.
Which is obviously great for us, but it does put us in this strange situation. How does Lawrence feel about all this? We were just making the music that we wanted to make at the time. Pics by Kane Hibberd. Doubt it will be there ineither. The electro pop trio from Glasgow are happy to avoid the hyperbole that comes with a record as consistently brilliant as their debut, with Iain Cook more interested in the experiences he and bandmates Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry are squeezing from their music.
Each new song brought with it further waves of excitement; it also showcased Mayberry as a special kind of frontwoman, her purity managing to cleanse whatever production Doherty and Cook put behind her. Instead, they challenge us and keep us intrigued, taking the track everywhere from the dark and depraved to the washed out and come down. Unlike Facebook, Grindr has GPS so you can see how many other users are nearby you might like to meet. In his show, Grindr: A Love Story?
Directly after school he started a skit group with three mates called The Shambles, which was picked up by community television station Briz The group, he says, got a bit of a following way back when Myspace was still socially relevant and The Shambles parlayed Myspace celebrity into a successful live show. Our conversation turns to procrastination, with the fast-talking Valvo offering to speak for nine hours to avoid going to the gym.
For the uninitiated, Grindr is an extremely popular social networking app targeted at gay men. To demonstrate the popularity and addictiveness of Grindr using completely unreliable statistics, according to Google the average Facebook user logs in three to five times a day.
The average Grindr user logs in eight times a day. Who wants to hear that? The vocalist agrees, it is unusual to him to be off the road. Case in point, when Carlile needed heart surgery and was forbidden by his doctor to deal with the rigours of the road, the band brought in a replacement singer and carried on until Carlile was healthy enough to take back his vocal duties.
The whole. So all the nights are going to be pretty wild. Frontman Logan Bell gets nostalgic with Mitch Knox. Currently enjoying some downtime with his family before he and his Katchafire bandmates — drummer brother Jordan, guitarist father Grenville and five other friends close enough to be called family in a wholly different sense — embark on a lengthy tour in support of their retrospective, The Best So Far, it seems a bittersweet irony that, soon, the singer will be exchanging one nuclear unit for another.
On the plus side, his departure is for an ambitious and potentially rewarding reason. It was quite a hard process, coming to 21 tracks, but we got there in the end. I think we laid down a template for a lot of the bands in New Zealand, and the mould to follow, I guess. Every week had a gig somewhere, at least one, and for those first five years of the s, we were just running around New Zealand just lapping it up, mate. Haani [Totorewa] and Leon [Davey] — jumped in, pitching into the songwriting process, adding songs to the repertoire.
So it was still all very fresh and new, the industry, going out on our own, doing the next two albums independently was exciting and scary at the same time, but we knew we had the ability to write great songs still.
We just took it on, took the bull by the horns and pushed on. After losing his beloved partner and musical muse Ruby Hunter inhe suffered a stroke, followed by the removal of half a lung to cancer. I think actually recording it was a way of getting better and overcoming the last couple of years.
Dancing Shoes is one that we recorded for Into The Bloodstream. Roach has a lovely manner; kind and thoughtful, he speaks with the same calmness that permeates his vocal delivery. The much-loved performer will be joined by a ten-piece musical ensemble featuring a string quartet under the direction of Jen Anderson, a collaborator of both Roach and his late partner, with backing vocals from Lou Bennett, Emma Donavan and Deline Briscoe, His song Took The Children Away — a personal account of being forcibly removed from his family as a very young boy — will no doubt be a moving festival highlight.
But if you can sync your songs on some TV or movies — the big payers are on adverts and I think we had a bit of that [money] stored away. A unique situation has occurred this year in that the Best Independent Artist nominees are exactly the same as those for Best Independent Album.
So much for the Death Of The Album, huh? I find that unfair. At the time, Sentry was working in hospitality. There was just something that he liked about the music. It was a really healthy environment to write in. And [Future Classic] just wanted to put out new interesting stuff that they liked and it seemed really legit.
For his debut album This Was Tomorrow, Sentry wanted to create an album that people would want to purchase in its physical form and digest in full. I spent the whole two hours just reading that shit front to back, like, reading every liner note and looking at the artwork. So it really just depends on your situation.
The fact that the rapper enjoys social networking would certainly have helped. With a heavy tour load taking in festivals including Glastonbury and his own largely sold-out shows, Rudd has managed to sneak in some time for his love of surfing and the great outdoors. That was on the three days off. Some of the faces were pretty stunned And then by the end of that show, even two or three songs in, it was just pumping — the whole place — and the hands in the air just bouncing with me the whole time… It was a huge crowd — probably 20, people or something.
It therefore comes as no surprise to see who the Byron-based artist has chosen to team up with on his forthcoming Australian tour. Do you know this Rick Molloy guy? He will be road-testing a couple of tracks mid-set during the Gimme Gimmes shows.
Nefarious gnashers of teeth The Spinning Rooms rail against the grotesquerie of rural townships and the souring of relationships. Pete Dickinson explains the process to Brendan Telford. Pete Dickinson admits the formula is unique, but came from fairly ordinary circumstances.
There would be fighting as to who got to play what, and he and I found we were into a lot of the same stuff. There was never any intention of playing any gigs or anything like that; it was this weird project that we did at home.
Joe [Greenway — tenor sax] is my cousin, and at some stage we thought he should be in the band. He played his first ten or fifteen shows without ever rehearsing with us. We worked out what we wanted [live]; it was very jammy at one stage. And we never stopped; people kept asking us to play. So I ended up sitting down and writing everything in one hit, rather than on a song-by-song basis.
These themes came about, almost of their own accord. Initially it was going to be a breakup album, and there are still overtones of that. Even the artwork mirrors that. The artwork for the first one is a photo of this ghost town in Tasmania, and this one is actually a photo of the house where Noah and I live in Collingwood.
Benny Doyle calls in to find out more. Perkins had these songs sitting in demo form for about six years. The core ideas were there; it was a just a. And the concept developed for these recordings. I had no vision for these songs; it was purely just [fun]. But it had no home. But the band I finally put around these songs had a lot of respect for [them]. They were perfectly cast so it really came together. Gus Agars from The Dark Horses; he obviously fit.
Frontman Lucas Stone talks to Tom Hersey about their new record and why they had to step back from touring. Then, after two excellent records and plenty of live triumphs, Helm seemed to disappear last year. But the songs started coming together through that period.
Then Matty and Scotty had to leave because of family pressures so we had to get some new guys in. After all that we really just wanted to do whatever we wanted. So we wrote until we were happy and [when] recording came it was really relaxed. For us, this break was about reassembling the line-up and just dealing with life, so that we could make an album that justifies what we wanted to as musicians.
So [for this album] it was about really trying to. This whole album has been getting back to being musos and doing what we love. Coming out of Volume II we did have our sights set on certain things, and it just kind of backfires. With this one, there was nothing but a focus on the quality of the songs. Brendan MacDonald in the ranks, Sykes gushes that the chemistry and energy in the band has never been better.
On that same main stage inthe band were pelted with objects after replacing Slipknot. Prog-rock maestro Steven Wilson ponders death, life and the juxtaposition of the two with Brendan Telford.
Now into his third album, the music played under his own name has allowed him to expand even further, with the meshing of genres more audaciously pronounced. Yet I still love the idea of the ghost as a representation or symbol for our obsession with our own mortality and the burden that puts on us to be happy with our lot and deal with things like Album).
And that is a beautiful realisation. He clears up misconceptions for Benny Doyle. Looking more towards Fugees and N. Full of inspiration and creativity, the April release of Hex. Hammond is quick to shoot down that assumption. This Week: embrace old school gameplay and shooting aliens in Saints Row IV, Gooch Palms are lo-fi with potential and Nicholas Jaar gets in touch with his Darkside to fantastic results.
At The Disco have grown into their idiosyncrasies and now own them. Always ambitious, past incarnations of the band seem, looking back, to have been hampered by generic affinity — a pop punk band can only do so much so too a slightly older pop punk band who had now found The Beatles but unburdened this ambition abounds, the transition to the cutting edge of pop is complete.
At The Disco deliver an album of quirky wigged out pop. Early indications of a penchant for excess, blossoming across subsequent releases, now seem fully realised; this is weird and rare and still pretty odd… and thoroughly impressive. This is the album Korn fans have been waiting for. The Paradigm Shift should, all things considered, be exactly that for the science of nu-metal. After wowing lovers and allcomers with their debut self-titled record, Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou return with Farewell Fitzroy, a full-blooded sophomore effort that will consolidate the pair as one of the premier songwriting duos in the country.
Sonic chaos surrounds Davis, while he just phones it in. And even when he does explode briefly — Paranoid And Aroused. Benny Doyle. The rhythm section and arrangements are more than nominal, the Nashville recording experience obviously having an. Dylan Stewart. Deep harmony ebbs through both No Funeral and Veil, with banjo effectively leading the latter from the start.
Glass Harmonium and To Whomever excel in delivering punches of warped sound between muted lines of shadowy dialogue. Cam Findlay. But then your vibe is snatched. Showing full artistic scope is great, but here it just feels like a hurdle. This album is fine — it would be a pretty amazing soundtrack for a blazing beanbag session with your pals. Young American Nicholas Jaar continues to surprise. Joining him for their first full-length album is guitarist and instrumentalist Dave Harrington, whose gentle krautrock sensibilities push Jaar in fascinating directions.
Dive in. They really hit their stride with the catchy teen angst-ridden Loudest Mouth, but never quite measure up to opener, their lead single We Get By. Sony JT fans have been spoilt rotten in — two albums in one year is almost unheard of in modern music. Sally-Anne Hurley. It kicks off with a powerful hit into Any Weather, and rolls on pretty strong from there. Admittedly, those which do foot-stomp — such as Reality Mentality and Fragile — do it damn well.
Tex Perkins, man of many musical faces, has adopted The Ape for his new outfit. Crawl Back is a rollicking, rambunctious statement expertly fitted to the pub stages Perkins has made his home for a long time, with the track building QOTSAstyle stagger-rock into pure sex. Meanwhile Man On A Mission punches out grungy rock from the start. The album is much the same for the entire length, with swift injections of punk and funk at opportune times, and then some beautifully bluesy ballads halfway through.
Not anything new, but a kick-arse Perkins record, like most. Another classy foray into the glamour and sophistication of lounge and easy-listening music. Forbes steers the ship, but an unusual roster of guests almost steal the show. Get Happy and Happy Days come together in a stunningly beautiful and complex duet. A Pink Martini is all you really need to get happy. Guido Farnell. Opener Teenager brings a sunny summer disposition, Josie is old-school slacker indie reminiscent of Juliana Hatfield, followed by the laidback-yet-accomplished Beside Me and the infectious pop of Crazy, Tenor Man - Baby Watson Brothers - Swing Street (Vinyl.
New single Wanted is a cruisy lovelorn number with hooks galore, while upbeat closer Runner is as catchy as they come. Tons of potential. Press photo looks like they smoked all the weed just prior. His one idea is used up, Justin needs to move on. The tongue-incheek EP includes lead singer Callan Murray screaming incomprehensible lyrics in an off-key manner, while the electric guitar delivers a more musical array of classic rock riffs.
The chaos and insanity perseveres with rapid tempos, like the Tasmanian Devil on speed. Legend continues to fly the Neo-soul flag proudly with backing from old mate Kanye. Where the first album had a loose thread of futuristic fiction, the new album creates a definitive and linear narrative.
Chris Yates. Some familiar faces — Tom Lyngcoln The Nation BlueJon Chapple Mclusky and Alex Kastaniotis Remake Remodel — are abetted by a mini-choir of gorgeous female voices adding a huge dramatic range to these howling, blues-based numbers and the results are never far from staggering.
Seaweed, the results both heroic and enthralling, undiminished no matter how many times you witness this majesty. They open with new single Cut Myself Clean and stay predominantly within the realms of forthcoming sophomore album Carpetbombing — although older tracks such as Heartache, Fourteen and Cacophonous Vibes all get aired — and leave nothing in the tank.
Dark washes of purple and red swathe proceedings as they begin the slow, eerie build of I Sea. The six-piece elicit great wafts of texture and atmospherics amidst their well-crafted arrangements, and even when it drifts into discordant and even atonal territory it still sounds alluring.
Spencer White. Frontman Adam Franklin calls the shots and manipulates his bank of pedals as they rip through Pile-Up and onto the incredible Son Of Mustang Ford, the album highlight completely pulverising and amounting to a visceral assault on the senses. The duelling guitar lines. This line-up of the band has gelled perfectly, and the new songs they throw into the mix are resoundingly strong, finishing with a laidback rendition of Japan — which veers close to Fleetwood Mac territory — and another powerful new number, Road To Ruin.
Still a great band and a great album, even some twenty years after the fact. Far from a support act, Thy Art Is Murder make the short.
The silhouettes band members are casting onstage are now iconic in Australian metal, and every time Winston McCall. The setlist is predominantly made up of more recent offerings — The Purist Strain Of Hate, Vile Creations — but older song Infinite Death stands tall against its modern contemporaries with clinical time changes that happen on a dime.
McMahon gives the bleak music personality and humour, and peppers final stand Reign Of Darkness with a few stage dives to keep the front rows honest.
While the audience is still small, Morning Harvey cause a sway. By this stage the room is sweltering, shirts are being lost, but Parkway are relentless in their playing, having the best time as always, running rings on the stage like forever stoked hyperactive kids. Parkway Drive have never sounded better and performed stronger onstage.
Indie-pop darlings Hey Geronimo are next to take the stage, bringing with them an exorbitant amount of energy. He actually becomes rather entertaining to watch. However, once the strong and infectious beat of their new single Black Cat starts, everyone is dancing and the good vibes are circulating. Throughout the performance, McKenzie encourages a. Drummer Carlos Adura is destroying his kit, and it seems the guitarist then wants to get in on that action, as he proceeds to hammer the cymbals with his axe — not in a destructive Kurt Cobain kind of way — rather, an adrenalineinduced playful sort of way.
Having left patrons in an absolute state of awe, the group. This is an inspired choice which the group completely make their own, and is a fantastic way to end a stellar performance. They are goddamn phenomenal, their. The aforementioned Manfredi pogoes like an Energiser bunny in front of the wall-of-hair rhythm section. Across tunes such as Revelation So Young and Take A Card Manfredi and co-vocalist Gideon Bensen bounce off each other with uncanny stage interplay and spatial awareness as lead guitarist and producer Jack Moffitt proves a crucial linking cog lurking out the side.
Manfredi is the ultra-charismatic. Ed Matthews. Brisbane Entertainment Centre 28 Sep As that nasally voice is heard, the roar from inside the arena has heels and hair running for the door.
Rihanna appears briefly in a hooded black cloak then disappears again before the stage curtain is lifted to reveal a huge stage space underneath mounting video screens projecting a black. The all-girl frontline triple threat of Major Leagues comes next, complete with some pretty tight indie chops and interesting time signature change-ups.
The unenviable. Back-of-room talkers LP the presence of people here only to hear that song, and the band duly obliges with a stomping version of Is This How You Feel? A mulleted Riri returns, crotch-holding in black boots and matching black lips as she plays through the choreography with great ease and a flirty smile, all the while drummer and dancers own the set. The dub siren starts the reggaeinspired segment of the show as the band raises the sound level for Man Down, while each of the screens hanging above show images or profile shots, and police papers and the spotlights shine down like jail bars.
Then Rude Boy has everyone dancing, still with phones up. After taking a sip from a strawed bottle handed. She takes time in the pit to flirt, smile and play touchies with the mosh kids but seems to be more concentrated in looking cute and letting her fans adore her than actually showing some genuine appreciation.
Nevertheless, we lap it up like gold. After a long and pretty weak encore she returns in a jumpsuit and has everyone putting their hands together to throw their rocks up for Diamonds. In cinemas 3 Oct Stuart Blumberg, co-writer of generally well received The Kids Are Alright makes his feature directorial debut in Thanks For Sharing, a comedy-drama about sex addiction and step support groups.
It is neither particularly funny nor emotionally gripping whatsoever. The usually likeable Mark Ruffalo has slightly more presence and personality than a soggy biscuit here, and is distractingly inconsistent as the protagonist. Admittedly, there is real chemistry in his scenes with love interest Phoebe Gwyneth Paltrow.
Everyone is redeemed, relationships are mended; all the shitty things the addicts did are therefore negated. If you want to see a film about sex addiction, see Shame instead.
Stephanie Liew. There was constant interplay of aggro between the two guys, with one hilarious extended sequence having one supposedly disappear down a deep hole and the other one sabotaging his efforts to get out. Audience participation consisted of a. The show uses minimal dialogue, with the trio occasionally. Every kid in the audience no doubt wished it was them. Vicki Englund. Adapted by Michael Futcher and Helen Howard, the retelling of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson had the two actors giving their all as they portrayed 16 characters between them.
The cleverly functional set evoked a wooden ship and there was a bit of shadow puppetry to imply extra characters, with Larkin and McWilliam constantly changing hats and jackets to immediately slip into each new character they took on.
It was obviously taxing on them but well appreciated by the enthralled audience… even if some of the very young did start to tire at about the two-thirds mark. What makes you feel even more helpless are the puzzles.
Mirror Moon, however, does not. Mirror Moon dumps you. After you beat the first planet, you enter this multi-player metagame where you can land on and explore seemingly endless gorgeous but boring planets.
Lachlan Petersen. If you hide inside this locker. As an unconventionally handson President of the USA, it falls to you to enter the digital illusion and take Zinyak down from the inside. Cue a bizarroworld filled with guns, gangs, spaceships, superpowers and sprawling cities waiting for your sandbox-style destruction.
The earth has been rocked by an alien invasion spearheaded by the brutal warmongering Zinyak, who proceeds to construct a Matrix-y digital world to trap. The experience serves as a portal to a childlike view of gaming — all-nighters laced with pizza and red-creaming soda spiders. While wacky concepts have taken a bit of a beating between literal mass-population behemoths and the quirky indie game markets, Saints Row fills the niche nicely.
Tap into that underutilised well of fun and imagination and embrace an old-school adventure with the new-school immersion. Saints Row is pure win. Simon Holland. Players control a mob of superheros, building colossal weapons from their body parts and striking down mechanical. Every bathtub contains a pair of feet-stumps, every wall is smattered with blood graffiti, every mirror has been smashed in with a big fat head.
There are some surprisingly gleeful chase scenes, but more often, the game regresses to infuriating searches for arbitrary items — keys, keycards, fuses and levers. These searches in turn trigger the emergence of the next shambling troglodyte, this time armed with maybe rusty scissors or a dinosaur bone. Michael Pendlebury alien invaders; a premise that is absurd. Combat is too chaotic, as often there was no indication what the game wanted you to do. There is so much depth, but so little guidance.
Overblown and brilliant, these showdowns with hulking techno-monoliths are superb. However, all is not well in W The camera is downright dastardly and the combat is repetitive. The game is a hard sell. If you can handle the steep learning curve, W is an explosive adventure.
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