Two new albums by Origami reveal very different – yet complementary – sides of Origami and that’s the reason for the double release (and the secret behind the different colours used in the distinctive folded paper cover art).
Recorded in 2012 Collider’s first album Words looks for inspiration from the literary world.
Recorded at Howard Cairns’ recent launch of his CD ‘Compression’ at Melbourne’s Kelvin Club.
Musicians all over the world will celebrate UNESCO’s inaugural International Jazz Day on Monday 30 April 2012. Here are some Australian events you might like to attend…
“With me and Adam, there’s a bit of both in the relationship…each of us knows each other’s style and world of ideas very well, but the duo format is a new adventure – which will challenge us into new directions!”
“I was reading Cormac McCarthy a lot, just reading, without a purpose, and I kept going back there and reading it again and again.”
“Simmons wrote six of the widely differing nine tunes, and the surprise opener, ‘Sometimes I Dream’ comes from country singer Merle Haggard. It starts with Cairns’s ultra-slow acoustic bass before Simmons’s alto emerges as if from mantles of mist, continuing the almost funereal tempo suffused with deep feeling.” Link to the full review in The …