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Adelaide Contemporary Music Festival by Tristan Louth-Robins
Staging a contemporary music festival is always a tricky proposition: one person's idea of cutting edge contemporary music is another person's conceptual straitjacket. How one defines contemporary music is bound to be contentious one way or another, so I approached the inaugural Adelaide Contemporary Music Festival (directed by Gabriella Smart) with an equal measure of curiosity and trepidation.
Meta-Machine Music by Tristan Louth-Robins
Metalog is a collective of musicians from Victoria and New South Wales, each with a special affinity for their 'meta-instrument'. The members of Metalog – Natasha Anderson (bass recorder & electronics), Robbie Avenaim (percussion), Ben Byrne (tape & electronics), Jim Denley (winds & electronics), Dale Gorfinkel (vibes, trumpet and electronics) and Amanda Stewart (voice & text) are all highly respected performers in their own right. Playing collectively as Metalog, the result is a formidable proposition.
Les Millar by Tristan Louth-Robins
Les Millar is a renowned Australian composer and songwriter whose performances incorporate a combination of vocals, double bass, guitar and percussion instruments. Millar essentially multitasks with his arsenal of instruments, creating a sonic backdrop of textures, rhythms and melodies using digital looping technology in consort with his instruments.