Pharrell Williams – Girl Album Review
Williams is an incredibly busy individual and with all his forays into both music production and fashion, it has taken him over seven years to release solo album number two, Girl. All his recognizable flourishes are intact and there are hooks everywhere (of both music composition and sound effects nature). The most obvious starting point is the Oscar nominated song Happy.
Happy pulls out all the stops with a great handclap hook and background harmonies that help the song float right out ...
Sweet, Sour and Saucy – Theatre at La Boite
The 1950s inspired radio talkback show features songs of yesteryear from Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Eartha Kitt, along with a dose of dodgy relationship advice from these self-appointed “experts on love”.
Barbara and Barry (real life couple Melissa Western and Tnee Dyer) will charm lovers and lonely hearts with their knockout vocals, virtuosic piano playing, witty repartee… and something they call ‘erotic spoons’.
Just in time for the valentine season, audiences ...
Mambo – 30 years of self-indulgence exhibition
Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence presents all the ideas, key elements and oddities that have made it one of Australia's most memorable brands. The exhibition sees NGV Studio housing the largest collection of Mambo works ever assembled, ranging from way back in 1984 to the present day, including original artworks, developmental works (some never seen before) and a retrospective of the most-loved pieces produced during its history.
Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence presents some of ...