Music Archive

May
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Revelers at the annual parade of Le Nain Rouge (The Red Dwarf). The Ottawa tribe that originally inhabited the region believed it was a protector of the area and the offspring of their stone god.  After the french settlement of the area it came to be viewed as a more demonic force and a 'harbinger of doom'.

Le Nain Rouge

Chicago had green people. Detroit turns out in red.

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Mar
16
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Inside the music

Mierswa Kluska

Love these macro shots by German Photographer Mierswa Kluska for the Berlin Philharmonic.

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Nov
15
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Animal Ads

Thought I’d post a couple of my favourite animal-themed commercials.

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Nov
14
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Harvest 2011

Harvest 2011 – Death in Vegas

I went along to Harvest festival just outside of Melbourne on the weekend and snapped off a few shots of Death in Vegas.

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Aug
15
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Dan Kelly's Dream

Dan Kelly’s Dream

Caught a wicked set from Dan Kelly at the Corner Hotel here in Melbourne on Friday night for the release of his new album ‘Dan Kelly’s Dream‘.

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Jul
26
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ASIOKE

ASIOKE is a short motion graphics piece I put together a few years ago using After Effects. It combines two of my favourite things; karaoke and paranoia.

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May
16
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Renaud Hallee

Renaud Hallee

I came across this motion graphics piece on iso50.

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Apr
25
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The Valiants

The Valiants

Had the opportunity to shoot a fairly intense rehearsal session for local Melbourne band The Valiants last week.

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Feb
24
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Crowds at SLAM

SLAM Rally

I know it’s only rock and roll, but I like it.

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Dec
29
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Robert Samuel Hanson

Robert Samuel Hanson

I’ve been living in illustrator for the last couple of weeks and I thought I’d take a break from grids and pen tools to mention a two of my favourite minimalist illustrators starting with UK artist Robert Hanson.

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Dec
14
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We Buy Your Kids

We Buy Your Kids

Melbourne is amping up for 2010s Laneway Festival and the organisation is busy assuring the local indie music fans that they wont be taking the rough and ready approach they did last year that resulted in a great number of pissed off people in plaid shirts and skinny jeans. But if you dig the lineup for next year, or you’ve seen the promo posters, then you’ve seen the work of We Buy Your Kids.

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Nov
03
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Zumalai

I put together this short montage of life in Zumalai. Read more…

Sep
02
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The Lucksmiths perform their last show at the Corner Hotel in Richmond 2009.

The Lucksmiths – Swan Song

After 16 years Melbourne band The Lucksmiths have parted company. Their last few shows were at the corner hotel where they went back over 11 albums and picked out the crowd favourites. The Lucksmiths never get a lot of airplay but they had a great great number of nostalgic little songs about Melbourne celebrating domesticity and relationships.

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