Malian music pioneer Moussa Diakité looks to Australia’s First Nations Peoples with new album
Infusing an amalgamation of West African music styles with blues, jazz and Cuban music, Diakité’s sunshiny guitar licks bring an ultra-cool ‘Afro-groove’ to the world of music.
Benjamin Booker Interview: Finding Balance In Mexico
“I think the confrontation with just like death, and realising that everything is very temporary, that you can die at any time, really helps you to make the right decisions.”
Unsigned Artist Of The Week :: Magic Hands
Synth induced heartbeats, building melody and Lucy’s vocals; featuring ethereal trills but real human emotion- plus a cameo from the deep tones of Alex and a bass guitar. Meet Magic Hands.
Unsigned Artist Of The Week :: The Furrs
The Furrs produce a sound that could score a Spaghetti Western… if it was directed by Wes Anderson. Think blues, rock, and a heck ton of nonchalant sex appeal.
Review :: Sinkane (Sydney Festival)
Sinkane blew the minds of all those in the Spiegeltent, their songs were as loose as the genre and the joints of those hearing them.