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Interview | Stevic – Twelve Foot Ninja

Interview by Stuart Blythe

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They broke crowd funding records for their latest music video, they’re about to kick off an Australian headline tour, before making their return to the U.S. later this year.

Life Music Media catch up with Twelve Foot Ninja guitarist Stevic for a chat.

LMM: The Pozible crowd-funding campaign for your new video was an amazing success.  What prompted your decision to use crowd funding and what are your feelings about the campaign success?
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Byron Bay Bluesfest 2011 – Day 6 – Photo Gallery

Photographer: Stuart Blythe

Photographer: Stuart Blythe

Artists: Kim Churchill, Tim Finn, Paul Kelly, Leon Russell, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Frank Yamma

Event: Byron Bay Bluesfest 2011
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Bang Bang Boss Kelly – “Drunk & Happy” [LMMtv Video]

  Bang Bang Boss Kelly singing Drunk and Happy backstage at the Brisbane Powerhouse prior to their final residency
Video recorded by the students of Music Industry College.

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LifeMusicMedia.com is creating a new feature portal, namely LMMtv.

LMMtv group [at Vimeo] is a place for bands/artists to submit a video of themselves performing a song of their choice, recorded on video as a raw live take.
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GOOD CHARLOTTE @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre – 8 April 2011 [Photo Gallery]

Photographer: Stuart Blythe
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Photographer: Stuart Blythe

Artists: GOOD CHARLOTTE
Venue: Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Date: 8 April 2011


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More Photos by Stuart Blythe:
* Roxy Music – Bryan Ferry @ Brisbane Riverstage – 1st March 2011 with Cameras [Photo Gallery]
* Iron Maiden @ Soundwave Brisbane – 26 February 2011 [Photo Gallery]
* Slash, Queens Of The Stone Age, 30 Seconds To Mars @ Soundwave Brisbane 2011 – 26 February 2011 [Photo Gallery]
* Slayer, Rob Zombie, Primus, One Day As A Lion @ Soundwave Brisbane 2011 – 26 February 2011 [Photo Gallery]
* Murderdolls, DevilDriver, Stone Sour, Sevendust, 36 Crazyfists, Bullet For My Valentine, Feeder @ Soundwave Brisbane 2011 – 26 February 2011 [Photo Gallery]
* Woodford Folk Festival – December 27th, 2010 – Photo Gallery
* Bon Jovi @ Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – 14 December 2010 – Photo Gallery
* U2 @ Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – 8 December 2010 – Photo Gallery
* Linkin Park @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre – December 3, 2010 – Photo Gallery
* Brian Wilson, America @ Brisbane Riverstage – 30 October 2010 – Photo Gallery
* Peter Frampton, Chicago @ Brisbane Riverstage 30 October 2010 – Photo Gallery
* more articles… [search]




Tim Barry @ Rosies, Brisbane – 02 April 2011 w/ Wollard and Burns, Jud Campbell [Live Review]

Review by: Stephen Goodwin

  Some invisible barrier seems to prevent punters from encroaching closer than five metres from where local Jud Campbell is punching out a solid set of folk-punk. Maybe he has cooties, because a little later everyone is crowding the stage’s edge as if to hear every muted note and whispered vocal in Wollard and Burns’ back-porch set.

Stage’s edge is still too distant for Tim Barry. Early on, the American drops the lead from his acoustic and plays unplugged amidst the crowd, harnessing their enthusiasm for a sing-along full of roaring voices and grinning faces.
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LMMtv presents: ALLJOOK performing Jessie J’s – Price Tag [Video Clip]

LMMtv Weekly Showcase
This week we’ve selected to showcase ALLJOOK’s acoustic cover of Jessie J’s “Price Tag”

 
Listen to ALLJOOKS’s original music at alljook.bandcamp.com

ALLJOOK also on:
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YouTube


LifeMusicMedia.com is creating a new feature portal, namely LMMtv, which will be launched mid 2011.

LMMtv group [at Vimeo] is a place for bands/artists to submit a video of themselves performing a song of their choice, recorded on video as a raw live take.

We will choose a selection of uploaded video clips each week to be featured on LifeMusicMedia.com and LMMtv sites.
A great way to showcase yourself.

Head over to http://www.vimeo.com/groups/lmmtv to submit your video clip today.

The Go! Team – Rolling Blackouts [Album Review]

Review By Helen Brown


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  Rolling Blackouts, the third release from British band The Go! Team, can be best described as a breath of fresh, salty sea air. The tracks are energetic and empowering, the kind of album you would take with you on a short road trip adventure. The Go! Team exhibit undertones of Regurgitator’s electronica phase, circa 1997 to 1999.

Their first song, ‘T.O.R.N.A.D.O.,’ is a hip hop-laced number about moving your body to the beat. It is punchy right from the start with no soft introduction to ease you in. The tracks ‘Secretary Song’ and ‘Bust-Out-Brigade’, sound very much like theme songs from sitcoms and crime shows with the use of cheerful clap-along beats and synthesised siren sounds respectively.

The vibe throughout the album is generally to be happy within yourself, enjoy life and have fun with the people around you.
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Buddy Miller- Majestic Silver Strings [Album Review]

Review: Victoria Nugent

  American country singer Buddy Miller’s latest offering Majestic Silver String feels like less of an album than a country music compilation with an extensive roster of guest vocalists filling out the tracks.

There’s a bit of a throwback to 70s style country, with the whole album coming across as mellow and somewhat prairie sounding in places. This is country music that is undeniably American, with strains of bluegrass and yodelling permeating the album.

Buddy Miller has teamed up with other country guitarists Bill Frisell, Marc Ribot and Greg Leisz to create the solid, if occasionally tired instrumentals that form the backbone of most of the tracks.

“Cattle Call” starts off with an extended instrumental that is pure bluegrass, lonesome and twangy, with the eventual addition of Miller’s mellifluous vocals and a tinge of yodelling.

In “No Good Lover”, Miller teams up with Ann McCrary for a duet with bite, focusing on the demise of a relationship, with McCrary’s bold vocals the true focal point for the song.

“Meds” is a melancholy lament founded on sweet but slightly bland vocals from Lee Ann Womack. Chocolate Genius’ cover of “Dang Me” has a distinctly soul edge which seems slightly incongruous.

“Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie” with deep vocals from Marc Ribot is dark, edgy and a little on the raw side. “That’s The Way Love Goes” is sweet and tender with finely honed vocals from Shawn Colvin.The instrumental version of “Freight Train” comes across as light and charming, yet thoroughly accomplished.

Ultimately, this is a very mild album, and I couldn’t help but wish that things would spice up occasionally. All the same, the tracks are fairly easy to listen, with nothing too unpleasant in the way of instrumentals or vocals, apart from a slight want of pizzazz.

Album Track List:
1. Cattle Call (Buddy Miller sings)
2. No Good Lover (Buddy Miller & Ann McCrary sing)
3. I Want To Be With You Always (Buddy Miller & Patty Griffin sing)
4. Barres De La Prison (Marc Ribot sings)
5. Meds (Lee Ann Womack sings)
6. Dang Me (Chocolate Genius sings)
7. Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie (Marc Ribot sings)
8. That’s The Way Love Goes (Shawn Colvin sings)
9. Freight Train (Instrumental)
10. Why I’m Walkin’ (Emmylou Harris sings)
11. Why Baby Why (Buddy Miller & Marc Ribot sing)
12. Return To Me (Lee Ann Womack sings)
13. God’s Wing’ed Horse (Buddy & Julie Miller sing)

Review: Victoria Nugent


More articles by Victoria Nugent:
* Rocketsmiths “The Bones” – Album Review
* Angus and Julia Stone @ The Tivoli, Brisbane – 25 September 2010 with Luluc – Live Review
* Bonfire Nights “Bonfire Nights” EP Review
* Bec Plath “At The End of the Night” – Single Review
* More article by Victoria Nugent

EVIL EDDIE – Flying Solo [Interview]

By: Bek Grealy

  After blitzing, wooing and sometimes insulting the crowds at the Peats Ridge and Woodford Festivals at the end of 2010 in what was his live solo debut, ex-Butterfingers front man EVIL EDDIE (EE) chats with LIFE MUSIC MEDIA (LMM) before hitting the road again in February and March 2011 for a run of East Coast shows.

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ROYAL CHANT – Ghosts    [New Music]

  What doesn’t kill us takes a long time to make us stronger. It’s a statement that the four individuals from the mid-north coast of New South Wales who comprise ROYAL CHANT bid you consider well, through the ten tracks of their debut album RAISE YOUR GLASS & COLLAPSE.

‘Ghosts’ is the first track from the their debut album RAISE YOUR GLASS & COLLAPSE – due out mid 2011.

Listen to the track here…
Royal Chant – Ghosts – Genre: Garage/Folk/Indie

Catch ROYAL CHANT live this February to a number of shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Port Macquarie, including a 3 week residency at Sydney’s Oxford Arts Factory.- Check here for full details!


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Keith Urban ‘Get Closer’ Tour – April 2011 [Tour News]


Australia is scheduled to be the first stop on Keith Urban’s Get Closer 2011 World Tour which will see the multi-platinum selling artist perform to hundreds of thousands of fans in many countries across the globe all beginning here on Friday April 8, with the multi-platinum selling Lady Antebellum joining Urban for the Australian tour as the opening act.
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Legends Return To The Gold Coast For Day One Of The ARMOR ALL GOLD COAST 600

  Champion race driver Colin Bond got reacquainted with the car that was part of Australian motorsport’s most famous moment at the Armor All Gold Coast 600 at Surfers Paradise today.

For only the second time since 1977, Bond drove the #2 Ford Falcon XC that finished second in the Bathurst 1000 33 years ago behind team-mate Allan Moffat – a moment that will be re-enacted on Sunday.

Bond, along with 10 other Australian motor racing heroes, drove at the Surfers Paradise circuit in the first of three demonstration race sessions for the popular Pirtek Australian Legends category.
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