In Photos: Michael Rother & Friends Play the Music of Neu! + Panghalina @ Ohm Festival, Brisbane Powerhouse, 28.02.2024
Michael Rother performs alongside long-time collaborators Hans Lampe on drums, Franz Bargmann on guitar and Vittoria Maccabruni (electronics and vocals) to play the music of Neu! at the Brisbane Powerhouse’s Ohm Festival, with support from Melbourne-based trio, Panghalina.
It’s one of those perfect storm nights in the Brisbane music scene, a Friday night when there’s an embarrassing abundance of riches across Brisbane’s music venues, any number of major Australian and international acts vying for your attention. Indeed, the Friday night is just the start of it, with even more over the weekend. Was […]
Dynamics are the key and it’s only if you really goddamn feel the song you’ve written, understand it with every fibre, does it all instinctively flesh itself out in a live scenario.
I wanted blurred angst. I got cold-shouldered warmth.
Australia. You worry me sometimes.
So imagine my outrage on Saturday night. There were only a couple of minutes to go before Robert’s ’15 Songs About Brisbane’ set at the Powerhouse’s outdoor amphitheatre. We were sat in place, excited – a little chilled, but mostly excited as it’s rare indeed we get to spend an evening out together, let alone […]
A biased review of Frankly! It’s A Pop Festival 2010: Guy Blackman + Surf City + High Places + Xiu Xiu, 04.09.10
I spent the majority of Saturday at work in New Farm, painfully waiting my clock-off time. Arriving short of breath at the Powerhouse, I was greeted with a string of bad news: that Fabulous Diamonds had already played (“So loud! So good! They’re going to be huge! You missed out”) and that during their Sydney […]
I made my way into Frankly! It’s a Pop Festival a touch late and having missed Lawrence English, Guy Blackman and Fabulous Diamonds… oh, and apparently the memo to dress like an indie hipster and strongly impose all hipster qualities, namely that of not talking to anyone outside your direct friendship group, sitting on the floor during gigs and a strict, no dancing and no fun policy …
Frankly Festival 2010 at The Brisbane Powerhouse featuring Xiu Xiu, High Places, Crayon Fields, Surf City, Guy Blackman and Fabulous Diamonds