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Hits From The Pong
Saturday 5th April 2014
Bounce, 121 Holborn, London, London
17 ping pong tables, UV light, a fully licensed cocktail bar and smashing tunes right through the night. Hits From The Pong delivers an eclectic mix of sounds and stunning visuals. No where in London will you have a night out with this much fun.

What's more? It's free! Bounce always reserves a few walk-in tables, so if you fancy having a game and a boogie, join us every Saturday for the funkiest night in town.

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Rock/Britpop Review: Elbow-The Take Off and Landing of Everything

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Write A Music Review: Rock/Britpop Review: Elbow-The Take Off and Landing of Everything




Music Reviews & News Release Date: March 11, 2014 Label: Concord Website Elbow is another case of a band that is extremely well known in the UK, but is relatively unknown in the US. The band has released six studio albums dating back to 2001, all of which have been in the top 15 on British album charts. In 2008 they won the Mercury Prize for The Se...




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Tequila Tuesdays
2014-04-09

$5 Tequila Shot & $2 Taco Tuesdays All Day: $4 Well margarita, Corona, $5 1800 shots, $6.50 all other tequilas. Everyday Special: $12 pitchers. Choice of Mai Tai, Sangria, Margarita, or Long Island.

Longest Happy Hour M-F 10am - 7pm $4.50 Wells, $5 Miller Pitchers, $4.50 Barefoot Wines, $1 off Calls, Premiums, Supremes, $1 off Bottled Beers, $5.50 Mai Tai, Bloody Mary.

Free Acoustic Live Music: 6-9pm JESSE & GJ Pop | Rock | Hawaiian | Originals. All Request Music | Video night 9pm-close; .



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Mighty Real Presents "the Godfather - Part 1" a Tribute to Frankie Knuckles at Mighty, Sat, May 10 10:0
10th May 2014
Mighty, 119 Utah St., San Francisco
Saturday, May 10TH, 2014 Mighty Real Presents "The Godfather - Part 1" A tribute to Frankie Knuckles (Defmix) HECTOR Romero (Def Mix / NYC) w/ Mighty Real Resident David Harness (Harlum Muziq) As many of you probably know by now, Frankie Knuckles passed from us on Monday, March 31st, 2014. While he was booked on Saturday, May 10th to play Mighty Real, we have decided to pay homage to this musical giant by dedicating this night to his memory. We'll have special visuals, a shrine where people can write and dedicate their thoughts and prayers, and Hector Romero (Def Mix/NYC) with David Harness will be laying down the tunes "Knuckles style" all night long. A portion of the proceeds will be going to a diabetes charity TBD. The man many call the godfather of house, Frankie Knuckles began DJing in New York in the early '70s while still a teenager, years before the disco boom which proved to be the first flowering of modern dance music. Ten years later he was in Chicago, putting together megamixes of old disco hits with new drum-machine percussion for an appreciative audience at crucial clubs like the Music Box and the Warehouse. Another decade on from those first formative steps for house music, Knuckles was back in his New York home, working as a producer and remixer for the biggest pop stars in the business. His career spans more time than any dance producer and without him, the landscape would be immeasurably different.

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A Taste of Hudson favorite!CONTRABANDGREAT MOTOWN, ROCK & MORE!Featuring Gwen Mainelis & Bennie Jackson on voc
2014-03-08
The Blue Rock Cafe, 5827 Darrow Road (Route 91)
LIKE ContraBAND on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theContraBANDba nd More on the ContraBAND at www.theContraBAND.com ContraBAND plays Motown , R&B, Rock, Funk, and Pop - Come out and Get Caught Having Fun with C ontraBAND!! Members include Dan Rose, Dan Watkins, Caylee Watkins, Bria n Adams, Jim Dzurilla, Greg Boehnlein, Benni Jackson, Gwen Mainelis Bl ue Rock Cafe Click here to see us on Facebook! Click here to see our full music schedule at www.BlueRockCafe.com 5827 Darrow Road (Route 91) Hudson , OH  44236 (between Zeppe's & Brubaker's) www.BlueRockCafe.com   330.650. 2222


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Victor Calderone
2014-04-18
Mighty, 119 Utah St., San Francisco
Sense, Nocturnal Code and Mighty present Victor Calderone for the launch of San Francisco's newest underground techno brand Ryze which represents an upward movement from the deep to darker, dirtier side of techno. Focusing on our passion for the underground, Ryze embodies the vibe, the music, and people on the dance floor. Victor Calderone (Waveform Recordings - Brooklyn New York) www.victorcalderone.com www.facebook.com/victorcalderone www.soundcloud.com/victorcalderone www.beatport.com/artist/victor-calderone/547 +++ www.facebook.com/waveformrecordings www.soundcloud.com/waveformrecordings www.beatport.com/label/waveform-recordings/17400 Main room support by: Ben Seagren (Distrikt / The Show / Ryze / BeatFreak Recordings) www.benseagren.com www.soundcloud.com/ben-seagren www.facebook.com/dj.ben.seagren2 Lisa Rose (Nocturnal code / Ryze) www.facebook.com/djlisarose.sf www.soundcloud.com/lisa-rose www.djlisarose.wix.com/djlisarose Dean Samaras (The Show / Ryze / BeatFreak Recordings) www.facebook.com/deansamaras www.soundcloud.com/dean-samaras www.sensesf.com Side room hosted by RE~Set Audio: Rodrigo Quinonez (Re~set Audio) www.soundcloud.com/r-q Steven Campodonico (Re~set Audio / Der Hut) www.soundcloud.com/steven-campodonico Dima (TeknoKitchen) www.soundcloud.com/dj-dimasf ++++++++++ Join Ryze group: www.facebook.com/groups/RyzeSF/ Like Ryze fan page: www.facebook.com/RyzeSF ++++++++++ Victor Calderone Biography: Victor Calderone, world-renowned DJ and Club World magazine?s ?Best Resident DJ? for his residency at New York?s Pacha, has heard it all. When you?re in the business as long as he is (20 years and counting), you understandably develop niches and certain trademark sounds that you?re known for. Fair enough. But name one DJ that?s survived and thrived for that long resting on the same sound over and over. Victor Calderone has long earned his bona fides among deejays as a sonic innovator in house, techno and tribal music. His sets draw thousands of people. His mixes listened to all over the world. For Calderone, it boils down to one word that acts as both his brand, mantra and raison d?etre: Evolve. As a 15-year-old in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Calderone quickly became obsessed with his older brother?s DJ equipment, spending virtually every day on his turntables and every dollar on records. A frequent patron at classic nightspots Funhouse and Paradise Garage, Calderone?s Program Two was signed by Sire Records in 1991 and released one album before an self-imposed extended hiatus from music. In 1996, he returned to the music scene and quickly became one of dance music?s top producers and live deejays, releasing a steady string of original productions and remixes. But now it?s time for the next chapter. ?I feel like I?ve been through a few reincarnations,? he says laughing, from his home studio in Brooklyn. ?Some people only know me for my past work with pop artists or productions I did years ago. I'm still proud of that, but I've always tried, both in the studio and deejaying live, to keep moving forward. I've had a lot of people come up to me after they hear me spin now and go, ?Wow. I did not expect that.?? What they ?didn?t expect? is Calderone?s deft chameleonic ability to weave in, around and between myriad genres while always keeping the crowd energetic and anticipatory for the next record. As Calderone puts it: ?I went from playing these remixes I was doing for Sting and Madonna to playing hard tribal to the more minimal and techno stuff. Techno goes deep in my roots, but I still love house and tribal and being versatile is what makes a unique deejay.? It?s this melding of styles that can be found on Manipulating Waveforms, Calderone?s hour-long podcasts available for free on VictorCalderone.com. Sure, we all know it?s a fool?s errand to try and capture the deejay?s constantly shifting, marathon sets in 60 or so minutes, but each volume does encapsulate the varied sounds Calderone has been spinning for years, moving more like a live set than the traditional compilation album. ?I try not to spend too much time on it, but there is an organic feeling to these mixes that has a flow and isn?t so exact and mechanical,? says the deejay. ?I try to have those peaks and valleys so it has a little bit of a story to it and more of a club feel.? After a long string of successful albums and singles, Calderone established his Evolve brand in 2005 as a way to coalesce his numerous residencies around the world, including Montreal, Tel Aviv, Bulgaria, and a monthly residency at New York?s Pacha. With the Evolve brand now taking off globally, clubgoers have quickly begun to equate the word with joy-inducing, risk-taking sets that shatter musical boundaries and the conventions of what a DJ set ?should? be.

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Temwa Presents Monsterpiece at Big Chill Bar Brist
Saturday 12th April 2014
Big Chill Bar, 15 Small Street, Bristol, United Kingdo
Two floors of Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul, Rare-Groove and Disco featuring ?

Bedmo DiscoThe Disco TwoBashmoneyPlus many more special guests.

£3 suggested donation on the door 100% of the profits from the night will go towards Temwas community development projects in northern Maiawi.

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Comic Book Convention in Morganton on 08/23/14
23rd August 2014


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Apr 5th 14 - SATURDAY APRIL 5TH: PLAY BALL! CUBS VS
2014-04-05
Saturday APRIL 5TH: PLAY BALL! CUBS VS SOX Party! Starring DJ JEM

RSVP DEAL: Ladies FREE All Night | Men 10pm - 11:30pm Reduced After

Who is the BEST Chicago baseball team? The Cubs? The Sox? Wear your favorite Chicago baseball team's jersey & show your pride! Dance the night away to the sultry sounds of the uber-talented DJ JEM! 2 floors of music will have you and your crew dancing til 5am! Did we mention the sexy Nikki Dolls will wear their baseball gear? Don't Miss it!

2 Floors of Music! LIVE Video-Mixing!
Starring: DJ JEMPlus Residents: WRECK | DJ TRAKO & IVANMAIN ROOM: Progressive House | Electro | Top 40 | Trap | Hip-HopVIP SUITE: Top 40 | Global, Tropical Beats

PROPER ATTIRE IS A MUST | DRESS CODE STRICTLY ENFORCED
(Gym shoes, work boots, baseball caps, plain t-shirts or polo shirts, shorts, flats, flip-flops or baggy attire will not be permitted).
Dress code restrictions are at the discretion of the Door Manager and pertain not merely to articles of clothing: but more importantly to style and execution. Dress code subject to change without prior notification.


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Mighty Real Presents "the Godfather - Part 1" a Tribute to Frankie Knuckles
10th May 2014
Mighty, 119 Utah St., San Francisco
Saturday, May 10TH, 2014 Mighty Real Presents "The Godfather - Part 1" A tribute to Frankie Knuckles (Defmix) HECTOR Romero (Def Mix / NYC) w/ Mighty Real Resident David Harness (Harlum Muziq) As many of you probably know by now, Frankie Knuckles passed from us on Monday, March 31st, 2014. While he was booked on Saturday, May 10th to play Mighty Real, we have decided to pay homage to this musical giant by dedicating this night to his memory. We'll have special visuals, a shrine where people can write and dedicate their thoughts and prayers, and Hector Romero (Def Mix/NYC) with David Harness will be laying down the tunes "Knuckles style" all night long. A portion of the proceeds will be going to a diabetes charity TBD. The man many call the godfather of house, Frankie Knuckles began DJing in New York in the early '70s while still a teenager, years before the disco boom which proved to be the first flowering of modern dance music. Ten years later he was in Chicago, putting together megamixes of old disco hits with new drum-machine percussion for an appreciative audience at crucial clubs like the Music Box and the Warehouse. Another decade on from those first formative steps for house music, Knuckles was back in his New York home, working as a producer and remixer for the biggest pop stars in the business. His career spans more time than any dance producer and without him, the landscape would be immeasurably different.

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Comic Book Convention in Wilmington on 05/23/14
23rd May 2014


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FABELS - Against It single launch (26 Apr 2014)
27th April 2014
107 Projects,107 Redfern Street, Redfern NSW 2016
Fabels FABELS - Against It single launch

Sydney tow piece Fabels have just released their new single Against It and are starting their international tour at 107 Projects. Playing in support on the night are River Man and Horus.

Their successful debut album Zimmer last year, gained them a lot of attention internationally for its intriguing and original take on loop/ drum machine based pysch pop.

The new single Against It carries these ideas with a hint of krautrock and shoegaze.

Fabels is Ben Aylward on guitar, vocals and drum machine + Hiske Weijers on bass, keys, vocals and loops.

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Tickets $10 at the door
Doors 8-11.30 pm


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"It’s not often you get the whole package in one artist, but Jo comes gift wr
20th May 2014
Foundry616 Jazz Club, 616 Harris Street Sydney NSW 2007

Jazzgroove presents ......

8pm

Casey Golden Trio

With their new album due for release in June, the fantastic Casey Golden Trio returns to Jazzgroove, bringing with them their unique trio concept and ever-growing repertoire of original music. This will be their last Sydney gig before embarking on an album launch tour at the end of June.

€A very promising young contemporary jazz acoustic piano trio from Sydney that are in the rhapsodic EST mould, but with a clear personal vision in their mix of trancey melodies and live musical jump cuts.€ Jazzwise (UK)

Casey Golden (piano)

Bill Williams (bass)

Ed Rodrigues (drums)

9.30pm

Jeremy Rose Quartet

Jeremy Rose (saxophones)

Jackson Harrison (piano)

Alex Boneham (bass)

James Waples (drums)

An energised Jeremy Rose returns to Jazzgroove with exciting new music for his outstanding and prodigious Quartet ahead of a new recording. Featuring a stellar lineup of locals, the performance of Roses's suite documents a reaching and exploratory artist who is destined for truly great things.

What is Jazzgroove?

Jazzgroove is a not for profit organisation presenting high-quality original and improvised music from various jazz related cannons. Our focus is on musicians who are in the early stages of forming a national and international career. Jazzgroove's purpose is to nurture upcoming musicians by allowing a platform and performance opportunity to an established audience through our weekly Tuesday double bill events, marketing/ promotion support while also providing a dialogue and mentorship between past Jazzgroove performers and more experienced musicians.

Jazzgroove at Foundry616

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Pink Bubble Pop Up
2014-04-07
Date: Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 to Monday, April 7th, 2014
Time: 10:00 - 20:00
District: Nicosia
Venue: €.‡.
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Waldo Fabian is a bassist, composer, singer and producer who has worked with many outstanding pop, Latin and jazz bands
3rd May 2014
Foundry616 Jazz Club, 616 Harris Street Sydney NSW 2007

Foundry616 welcomes back pianist Chris Cody, who after living in Paris for over 20 years, recently returned tolive in Sydney. Already performing widely,Chris and his group will beplaying his latest compositions.

While in France Chris worked extensively in clubs and festivals around Europe with a wide range of musicians including Rick Margitza, Herb Geller, Sunny Murray, Marcel Azzola, Glenn Ferris, Annie Whitehead, Barry Altschul, Carla Bruni, and Michel Jonasz. Aside from appearing on numerous CDs as both leader and sideman, he has also written and produced music for theatre, television and film in Europe, North America and Australia.

Cody€™s music reveals not only his deep love of the jazz and classical traditions, but also the influence of contemporary French and African musicians he has encountered in Paris, and its warmth, sense of space and humour touch a wide and diverse public around the world while receiving rave reviews from the critics.

We are pleased to have him back here and urge you to come and check out his music.

The pianist€™s compositions reflect the diversity of his tone: a touch both firm and singing, a deliberately rapid phrasing, but that never loses sight of the melody, a taste for full fleshed harmonies sometimes close to gospel € it unfolds tenderly and majestically, seduces you to the charm of an inspired interpretation of which the atmosphere will haunt you a long time. Magical".Piano Magazine , France

Some of the best musicians of the moment €a feast of melody€an inspiration never at fault€a facility for improvisation that leaves you stunned € an absolute mastery€everyone expresses himself marvellously on the compositions of Cody who is an excellent pianist€another example of a jazz that knows the evolution towards the avant garde but stays anchored on lasting values, and privileges feeling, beauty and melody.JazzHot, France

"The sound of midnight in Paris"John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald, ****



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Late Night Science Feat. Donald Glaude
19th April 2014
Temple Nightclub, 540 Howard St.,
Crush 1 Year Anniversary> Presented by Lara Brasil and Surreal SF Music by: Late Night Science feat. Donald Glaude Special Support by Darin Epsilon Confident. Exuberant. Raw. Innovative. These are just a few of the words industry insiders and fans have used to describe the talent behind one of America?s favorite house DJs, Donald Glaude. Ranked 68 on DJMag.com?s Top 100 DJs List in 2005, Donald skyrocketed to 48 this year and his genius keeps on growing? Born in Tacoma, Washington, Donald?s love for music began at an early age. Originally a disciplined student of classical music, he was well-versed in the upright bass and violin. Any aspirations Donald had to continue in the classical vein vanished once he heard his first house record. With an ear for blending music already under his belt, and a love for the energy and soul of musical prodigies like George Clinton and Funkadelic, Donald began to amass a collection of house records which he taught himself to mix with a pair of mismatched turntables and a Radio Shack mixer.Before Donald few DJs had attempted to spin house records. Donald?s fine ear helped him give birth to a new style. After mastering his craft, Donald began DJing in various clubs around Tacoma and Seattle. During that time he made several important connections which would launch his music to the forefront of what was quickly becoming one of the largest underground movements since New Wave in the late-70s. Perhaps the greatest connection Donald made was with another aspiring DJ and friend, DJ Dan. Together Donald & DJ Dan sparked the rave scene in Seattle and developed large followings. Knowing that Donald possessed an energy and ability to work the crowd that was unparalleled to anyone else on the circuit, Dan convinced San Francisco?s legendary Funky Tekno Tribe to bring down his good friend Donald to play at one of their parties. Donald?s talents quickly made him a permanent fixture on F.T.T.?s roster.Some DJs seek commercial acceptance. Donald, on the other hand, has always preferred an emotional connection with his audience. For Donald, house music is not simply a mixed bag of sound, but rather an experience that provokes the soul. Apart from his mastery on the decks, Donald is best known for his dynamic showmanship. He enjoys his music as much as his audience does. Embracing their energy, it is not uncommon to find Donald pumping his hands in the air, jumping up and down and shouting back his love to the crowd. It is this powerful signature style which has led fellow DJ and musical producer, Dave Aude, to call Donald the ?James Brown of DJs.? Donald also caused some stir in 2005 and 2006 with his residency at Ice Nightclub in Las Vegas. Donald?s uncompromising style and innovation show no sign of slowing down any time soon. With the credit of 5 full-length CDs and numerous remixes under his belt, Donald has focused much of his time to production work. Producing such dance floor hits as ?Get Up? and ?Soul Cha Cha?. As such, Donald has launched two record labels in which are causing rumblings in the industry... For VIP Bottle Service please contact: stella@templesf.com or call 415-978-9942 x 304 Birthday's, Bachelorettes or Any Large Group please contact: saeed@templesf.com $5 before 11pm with RSVP at www.templesf.com Or you can get tickets for $10 to get in all night at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/donald-glaude-april-19th-crush-1-yr-anniversary-tickets-11028734241 TEMPLE Nightclub 540 Howard St. SF, Ca 21+ 10pm-4am

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Boy George
28th April 2014
The Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd.,
Boy George Put on the spot on a TV show and asked the title of his next album, Boy George blurted out This Is What I Do. It wasn't as random as this story suggests, the title was one of a few being mulled over, but the decision was instant and it has stuck. The simple statement of fact -- This Is What I Do -- is telling and significant because so much has gone on over the years to actually obscure what George does and who he is. "It's about re-establishing myself musically to say this is what I do. I was at the Brits a couple of years ago and some unexpected people were giving me name checks, like Cee Lo Green and Arcade Fire. It made me think, a lot of people know who I am and have this affection for me but they don't really know why they like me. I had to ask myself, well who and what are you?" George is famous enough for all of us to have an opinion and think we know who he is. On This Is What I Do we are likely to be confounded. Close your eyes, empty your mind, and as another '80s pop star once said, listen without prejudice. This may be the best record he's ever made. It's the record he's always had the promise to make but only now through life experience has been able to find a direct line to his muse. In the process he freed his spirit to explore not just his own psyche but the diverse influences that have inspired him over the years -- from dub to rap, Woolwich to Jamaica, glam rock to country, mean streets to sunny uplands. "I went back to the soul, the essence of what I do. That's been important for me. There have been a few periods over the years where I didn't listen to music. It was almost like the birds stopped singing. I can measure my own wellness by how much I listen to music. "With this record we were playing lots of stuff in the studio, random things that weren't anything to do with what we were doing, but to get a feeling. We were listening to lots of what I call baggy music, music that is not programmed, slightly out of time, a bit loose, has its own footprint. I do a lot of dance stuff as a DJ and in collaboration with other people and I wanted to step away from that and do something more organic. I know that's clichd, but that's what I was after." The list of listening ranged from early Bowie and the Stones to Cockney Rebel, Nico and Lou Reed. "The album was easy to make. There's a lot of love on it, a lot of love, and people I've worked with over the years came and contributed." Just that statement, to those who knew George in his Culture Club days is shocking in itself. Recording sessions were always filled with drama and George hated the studio environment virtually being dragged in to do his vocals and running out as fast as he could. "Making albums has always been a drama for me, but this was just beautiful and if I do another Culture Club record it has to be fun. It doesn't have to be a headache. We get paid to do what we love. It's such a pleasure to do what we do. "The album started off with reggae as the template but then it branched out into other things. We didn't want to restrict ourselves because you've got to honour the song, so if a song has a certain type of energy you can't force it into a genre. "We went back to the '70s, which was the time that shaped me as a musician and a person. The '70s was such a bonkers decade, everything from the Sex Pistols to The Goombay Dance Band. Even though Culture Club were associated so much with the '80s, our roots were in the '70s -- reggae, glam rock, punk rock, disco, electro. I think this record is very '70s." George has stretched his musical repertoire while retaining his soulfulness and pop sensibility. He's found his inner rock god on "My God," explored country swing on "It's Easy," entered a dream-like altered state on "Any Road," gone sultry and wistful on "Death Of Samantha," and reminded us, and maybe himself, of his playful side on "Nice And Slow." The exploration of his musical roots mirrors the personal journey of self-discovery he has embarked on since becoming sober in 2008. Another milestone was turning 50 two years ago. "It was a huge turning point for me. I thought I've got to get my s~~t together, I've got to focus, this is important. I just felt I'd wasted a lot of time. I looked at myself and thought, God, I've done nothing. I know I've done a lot, I've always worked, I've grafted and always made money, but a lot of it was pointless because no one knew what I was doing." He changed management, got a new DJ agent and set out on the path to show the world the real Boy George, the one who had been obscured in a haze, some of it his own doing, some of it simply the myths that had built up around him. There is a growing acknowledgement that George is one of those artists whose reputation needs to be reappraised. There has been a steady stream of these over the years. Antony Hegarty paid his tribute to George when they duetted on "You Are My Sister" in 2005. In 2010, Mark Ronson invited George to sing on "Somebody To Love Me." Earlier this year George was a guest of Yoko Ono at the Meltdown festival. This Is What I Do is set to further enhance that reappraisal and show the world that George is not only back, he's an important artist with an irrepressible zest for life. When you connect your ears will quiver, your soul will shiver and you'll want to dance like Saint Vitus.

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‘WALK ON THE WiLDSIDE’: The music of Lou Reed, Velvet Underground and Iggy Pop,feat
29th June 2014
Camelot Lounge, 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204

Duos are common enough in the musical world, but sibling duos are a rare thing. Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are that rare thing. There is no rivalry, only the bonds of family and a love of music.

Touring extensively throughout Australia and overseas, the Grigoryan Brothers have astounded audiences worldwide with their guitar virtuosity. Together, the duo has released five albums, all of which have been nominated for ARIA awards.

In a very rare casual and pared-back show, Slava and Leonard will perform a program of Australian and South American pieces complimented by their own compositions which have become a much-loved part of the Grigoryan Brothers€™ repertoire.


Doors 6.30pm, Show 7.30pm
Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed €“ NO BYO
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18€s must be accompanied by an adult)



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Pop Said.... Again
19th April 2014
Borderline, London, United Kingdom
Pop Said.... Again

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Jazzgroove presents ......8pm&l
22nd May 2014
Foundry616 Jazz Club, 616 Harris Street Sydney NSW 2007

Foundry616 welcomes back this sizzling quintet, featuring some of Sydney's most dedicated jazz musicians, bringing to you an absolute classic music show of Charlie Parker that tributes the master saxophonist and genius mind who changed JAZZ music forever.

Charlie Parker - 'Bird', innovated a whole new approach to the way jazz music was played, not only on the Saxophone, but all jazz instruments. His approach to improvisation provided 'freedom' from the pop culture of swing music as Bird represented musicians for the first time as intellectual artists rather than entertainers.

This is an all star Bebop Quintet line up playing all your favourite tunes that are still cherished today - including 'Billies Bounce,' 'Ornithology,' 'Now's The Time' and more!

Will Endicott (Trumpet)

Stas Radzievskiy (Saxophone)

James Heazlewood Dale (Double Bass)

Daren Sirbough (Keys)

Phil Lombardo (Drums)



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