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Spoken word

Posted 8 May 2012 @ 1:10pm

Henry Rollins is now 51-years-old, and while there may be no band behind him he has continued to tour the world with a microphone in hand. The term 'Spoken-word' may make you think of bad poetry recitals, but it is a more apt term than comedy for his approach. Rapidly firing off anecdotes – sometimes deviating in the middle of one to another, then resuming the first without missing a beat –...

Posted 20 Apr 2012 @ 12:25pm

Mercy is a perfomance in many acts, and in the end challenges the concept of comedy itself.


Michael Workman tells the story of a Cuban man who is taken away from his family and gets exiled in a boat, on the sea, with a pile of cabbages. Strange enough you may say, but the story is told in such a measured tone that it’s pretty difficult to not be enthralled with what is...

Posted 5 Apr 2012 @ 4:52pm


First off, the obligatory list of nouns that may be used to describe this person; musician, traveller, actor, spoken word artist, humanitarian, author and self confessed workaholic. I can only think of two people who fit this description, and this article does not feature William Shatner (although the two did collaborate on a track). Henry Rollins is definitely a unique human, and the...

Posted 20 Jul 2011 @ 2:27pm

I feel like we have a lot of fantastic local releases to be excited about at the moment. Just as it seems that all our international acts have deserted us in the face of our brutal winter, it would appear local talent has come through with the goods. Firstly the new album from


The Smith Street Band (Poison City),No One Gets Lost Anymore,is a corker and singer Wil Wagner seems to...
Posted 10 May 2011 @ 10:22am


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