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Frances Madden: “I am very grateful for every day”

Frances Madden: “I am very grateful for every day”

"There are times when the magic flows, when the musos are all in the right place together and when you get that wonderful 'virtuous cycle' going with the crowd, who are loving being there, loving what you are doing and that just takes you to another level. It doesn't always happen like that, but when it does, you feel like you are absolutely doing what you were born to do." Read More »

Chris McNulty: “I’m still driven to create and express”

Chris McNulty: “I’m still driven to create and express”

" We make music because we’re driven to express, create. Human beings rise above all kinds of stuff. Sometimes as artists we get to show people a way. Sometimes we get to sit back and be shown. This is my way. " Read More »

Will Vinson: “Australia produces excellent jazz musicians”

Will Vinson: “Australia produces excellent jazz musicians”

"It will be great to reunite with one of my earliest musical collaborators, Steve Newcomb. On that night, the performance will be like two old pals catching up after a few years, each one filling the other in on what they’ve been up to (in this case, musically) in the intervening time." Read More »

DAN SHEEHAN & CHRISTIAN WINDFELD: “Infinite Ape has come to embody the idea that in art and in life, nothing is impervious to change”

DAN SHEEHAN & CHRISTIAN WINDFELD: “Infinite Ape has come to embody the idea that in art and in life, nothing is impervious to change”

Christian Windfeld: "[our music] is real-time composing and the free-flow of ideas and emotions – an extremely democratic and very accessible music that will calibrate your ears and tune you into the sounds that constantly surround you". Read More »

Stu Hunter: “music is the highest form of communication”

Stu Hunter: “music is the highest form of communication”

"I would describe it as heart music. There is much complexity in the harmonic and rhythmic structures, however the intention behind any compositional or arranging decision is first and foremost about evoking an emotional response for myself and in the process hopefully the listener. The music is visual and visceral, it's about dancing and embracing the heavy groove of living." Read More »