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Kalaji performs Night River at YIRRAMBOI Festival

By | May 6th, 2019|cinema, music|

Kalaji brings the most beautiful music to the stage in the performance of Night River as part of the YIRRAMBOI Festival. Immersed in the darkness of a theatre at the Festival Hub in North Melbourne on Saturday night, we were treated to an experience of evocative music and mesmerising of video art. The music was [...]

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Start with a song! – The challenge

By | April 30th, 2019|music|

The challenge is: to 'Start with a song'. It makes me laugh to read this from Daily Challenge because I ALWAYS start with a song. One of the nicest things about my psychology is that I wake up each (mostly) day with an earworm or a song in my head. The challenge then is to [...]

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Cocktails and dancing at the Spice Market – Melbourne city

By | April 28th, 2019|bars and restaurants, music|

How long since you have been out to a nightclub for cocktails and dancing? 2019 seems to be the year that I continually surprise myself, because I absolutely loved our evening at the Spice Market in Melbourne last night. It might have been the three mojitos speaking, but I think that maybe there is nothing [...]

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Rufus Du Sol – uplifting and bittersweet

By | April 15th, 2019|music|

There is something about Rufus Du Sol's latest album Solace that makes me want to explore the Californian desert. Tyrone Lindqvist has the kind of vocal tone that would tug on even the most resolute of heart strings. Their music combined with the sound of his voice is an exquisite mix of melancholy and uplifting. [...]

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Sydney Road Street Party – Brunswick Music Festival

By | March 3rd, 2019|music, weather|

It was one of those summer days when it is advisable to stay indoors. The heat - aye, aye, aye. I was worried about going out in it after lunch to meet Miss Party Pants and friends for the Sydney Road Street Party. It actually started to cool down a little after lunch and the [...]

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Jude Perl and the Saga of Sugar Hope Records

By | March 2nd, 2019|comedy, music|

Jude Perl is very funny. :-) We saw her the other night in one of her 'Jude Perl and the Saga of Sugar Hope Records' shows at Gasworks in Albert Park. It was a special show because it showed a sneak peek of footage from a feature length film that will be released 'in a [...]

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Colours of sounds – seeing music

By | February 16th, 2019|light art, music|

Someone asked today if blue is the best sounding colour? What do you think? If you want my HONEST opinion, I feel pretty sure that for me at least, blue is by far the worst 'sounding' colour. It just doesn't give me the impression of sound at all. When I think of the colour blue [...]

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Love and the moon – Scienceworks

By | February 15th, 2019|art, light art, music, photography, technology, weather|

I wish you guys were at the amazing Love and the Moon event at Scienceworks last night! I think you would have loved it! What the website fails to mention I think is this whole amazing exhibition upstairs that completely blew me and Bella's minds. To be true, the huge model of the moon (on [...]

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Breathless tunes for a Monday evening

By | February 11th, 2019|music, physical theatre|

If you are asking me, (and I would say that you are, since you are here, aren't you? Hehe), I would say that it is pretty 'fucked up' that the only time I really dance is if someone breaks my heart, and I turn on the tunes. I am completely breathless, and it is a [...]

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