Category Archives: Reviews

Originally posted on wordsaboutmusic:
Within 3:37 I was completely convinced someone had been soaking my iPod in a concoction of mescaline and red cordial (with more than a dash of ADHD splashed in). By the end of ‘Gritos Dulces’, the…

Originally posted on wordsaboutmusic:
Within 3:37 I was completely convinced someone had been soaking my iPod in a concoction of mescaline and red cordial (with more than a dash of ADHD splashed in). By the end of ‘Gritos Dulces’, the…

Tim Willis & the End

Tim Willis & The End @ theorangepress.net

John Hardacker (via theorangepress.net) reviews Tim Willis & The End’s 2011 self-titled debut. Tim Willis & The End have a new album ‘Keep Your Chin Up’ set for release on June 14th, and will launch it at Bennetts Lane Jazz

Tim Willis & the End

Tim Willis & The End @ theorangepress.net

John Hardacker (via theorangepress.net) reviews Tim Willis & The End’s 2011 self-titled debut. Tim Willis & The End have a new album ‘Keep Your Chin Up’ set for release on June 14th, and will launch it at Bennetts Lane Jazz

Cameron Earl Quartet - Run Run

Cam Earl Quartet’s Run Run Featured In Jazzscene

“A debut release from the newly formed quartet, the tunes are described as having been refined over six years before the CD was put down and this is not a bad thing as all nine compositions (one by Stella Skinner,

Cameron Earl Quartet - Run Run

Cam Earl Quartet’s Run Run Featured In Jazzscene

“A debut release from the newly formed quartet, the tunes are described as having been refined over six years before the CD was put down and this is not a bad thing as all nine compositions (one by Stella Skinner,

John McBeath Gives Thumbs Up For The End’s Adelaide Gig

“Led by guitarist-composer Tim Willis, this young Melbourne quintet offered an unusual, highly original take on jazz-rock. Although employing a heavy beat the band wasn’t drowning in decibels, with alto and tenor sax added to the front line mix of

John McBeath Gives Thumbs Up For The End’s Adelaide Gig

“Led by guitarist-composer Tim Willis, this young Melbourne quintet offered an unusual, highly original take on jazz-rock. Although employing a heavy beat the band wasn’t drowning in decibels, with alto and tenor sax added to the front line mix of

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Jazzscene’s Ron Spain Reviews Hook Line & Sinker

“This is the fifteenth recording by the band that was formed in 1984 by Chris Ludowyck as the Society Syncopators and has continued outside society to explore the very best in revivalist jazz in tours around Australia, Europe and the

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Jazzscene’s Ron Spain Reviews Hook Line & Sinker

“This is the fifteenth recording by the band that was formed in 1984 by Chris Ludowyck as the Society Syncopators and has continued outside society to explore the very best in revivalist jazz in tours around Australia, Europe and the

Tim Willis' The End - The End

Bonnie Gardiner (Rave Mag) Reviews The End’s New Release

“Tim Willis and his purely instrumental group of musicians have created a rock-influenced jazz album for those with eclectic ears. Fiddeling While Rome Burns is an upbeat simple melody not too intense for the beginner, with some decent instrumental interplay.

Tim Willis' The End - The End

Bonnie Gardiner (Rave Mag) Reviews The End’s New Release

“Tim Willis and his purely instrumental group of musicians have created a rock-influenced jazz album for those with eclectic ears. Fiddeling While Rome Burns is an upbeat simple melody not too intense for the beginner, with some decent instrumental interplay.

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James Osborne’s Playtime Reviewed For Jazzscene

“This CD was released in March 2011 at Melbourne’s Paris Cat and is a dream fulfilled for James Osborne who, since arriving here from Canada, has wanted to feature the right bunch of musicians with some of his preferred music

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James Osborne’s Playtime Reviewed For Jazzscene

“This CD was released in March 2011 at Melbourne’s Paris Cat and is a dream fulfilled for James Osborne who, since arriving here from Canada, has wanted to feature the right bunch of musicians with some of his preferred music