Tag: Live music

What is and what cannot yet be

The car dropped us off on an uninviting side street in a deserted inner city industrial complex. Above us the fermentation tanks of the now defunct West End brewery dominated the skyline. It was a warm evening, the sinking western sun gifting the ugly buildings a scarcely deserved ephemeral beauty. A narrow line of majestic

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Going up to 7 in W7!

The seventh Hanwell Hootie The Marshall amplifier, the embodiment of loud, raucous, rock’n’roll, blared the power chords again in this west London suburb at the seventh Hanwell Hootie. So many great acts- it should last a week! It is London’s biggest, free, one day music festival- and, frankly, one of the best free or otherwise

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Music in the square

Now that Fringe is over for another year and mad March too, Adelaide life has returned to normal. Fortunately normal includes free lunchtime music in the city’s Victoria and Hindmarsh Squares courtesy of Music SA and the council. A happy throng of lanyard-bearers and the free enjoyed the late summer sun and tunes from the

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