Wangaratta a Big Success
Jessica Nicholas of the Sydney Morning Herald was big fan of the Wangaratta Jazz Festival this year that featured many Listen/Hear Collective artists. Jessica wrote a rave review for the festival which praised many familiar names.
Why not to head to the Sydney Morning Herald website to read the full article and get the download on the festivities if you missed out?
Wangaratta Jazz Festival is Filled With Great Listen/Hear Acts This Year!
This year’s Wangaratta Jazz Festival is around the corner from the 1st until the 4th of November. Listen/Hear Collective is proud to have many exciting artists playing at the festival, so make sure you head on down if you can. Names include Peter Knight, Sam Anning, Mace Francis, Callum G’Froerer and many, many more. There’s heaps of amazing jazzy tunes bound to be heard so don’t miss out!
WAM 2013 Nominations for Listen/Hear Artists
The West Australian Music Awards this year have got everyone at Listen/Hear Collective really excited! Two of our artists are nominated for awards this year, up against an exciting and dynamic competition consisting of some big names.
A huge congratulations goes out to Kynan Tan who is nominated for Experimental Act of the Year alongside Chris Cobilis, Craig McElhinney, Kučka and Decibel. Our own Mace Francis is up against Abbey Foster Falle, Graham Wood and Tal Cohen for the Jazz act of the Year nod.
Fingers crossed for both Mace and Kynan who deserve every bit of the recognition: if everyone at Listen/Hear was on the judging panel they would both be hands down winners!.
The big night is on the 8th November at the Astor Theatre in Perth so wait eagerly by your computer or phone for the announcement of the award winners on the evening!
Good Reviews for Steve Newcomb
John McBeath from the Australian wrote a great article on Steve Newcomb Orchestra’s latest album recently. Caterpillar Chronicles is described by John with words like ‘skilful’ and ‘expert’; everyone at Listen/Hear Collective certainly agrees!
To read the article in the Australian click here, or to listen to what all the fuss is about, head to the Listen/Hear Collective bandcamp webpage and check out the awesome tunes on Caterpillar Chronicles.