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When you listen to this music hold on cause trash delivers great rock n roll through what ever speaker's you may or may not be blessed with, if you take a close look at the guy in pointing, you might remember him as the lead guitarist in a band from the 90's when hair dryer shares went through the roof, the bands were called the electric hippies and another known as pearls and swine. As they said back then and still do now, rock on...
Motivated by her belief that music is a tool through which positive change can be inspired, saritah’s songs combine lyrics that are at once global and personal, political and spiritual, with music that incorporates many influences from around the globe. From soul through folk to roots and world beats, saritah has clearly crafted her own unique style, which has a sincere, raw energy, and whether solo or with a band, is performed with such passion as to captivate the listener, young or old.
Ever since 2002, local Sydney artist Ash Grunwald has been bringing Roots and Blues to a whole new generation along with the likes of the John Butler Trio. In 2006, Grunwald is back with his fourth album, Give Signs. The album features twelve original tracks recorded live and solo, showcasing the performer's fine talent and his growth as a musician and songwriter.
In TRAVELLING SONGS (1994) the song titles say it all; ‘Pig Wobble’, ‘Ride’, ‘Scramble’, ‘Stampede’. The didj riffs are fast, strong, and melodies express the exhilaration of travelling. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) dubbed it ‘jazz goes walkabout’. Besides the pacey didj riffs there’s chunky keyboard, wild saxophone and solid drum playing.
Features Steven Halpern, internationally acclaimed composer, recording artist and sound healer, in combination with Master Charles and Synchronicity vibrational entrainment technology in the Theta range. A beautiful blend of synthesizers, keyboards and vocal harmonics which will take you into a world of peaceful serenity. Track One is "Into the Moment" and track two is "Beyond the Mind". Each track is 30 minutes long.
The British trio, fronted by New Zealander Mikey McCleary, have already seen UK indie chart success with their first two singles, and it is not hard to see why. The Naked Apes specialise in upbeat, bouncy pop-punk tunes laced with consistently catchy melodies. Although not breaking any new musical ground, they have assembled a strong collection of well-written poppy guitar-driven songs.
Rachael Brady is an independent singer/songwriter with a huge voice and a utopian vision - a self described peaceful revolutionary who offers up an emotive and beautiful hybrid of acoustic folk, roots, blues and jazz swathed in political, social and spiritual issues, wrapped in a voice that alternates between gale force wind and whisper.