Tag: Luka Bloom
There are a number of things that immediately stand out to a Bluesfest virgin. There are wide thoroughfares that encourage easy transition between stages, the bars are evenly and conveniently spaced, and the mix at each stage is near perfect. After nearly two days of sheeting rain the site is still highly functional; a benefit that is all the more noticeable after years of standing (and subsequently sinking) in the mud at Byron’s Other Big Festival.
Posted: April 8th, 2013 under Brag 507, Live Reviews, Music.
Tags: Benjamin Cooper, Byron Bay Bluesfest, Iggy & The Stooges, Jimmy Cliff, Luka Bloom, Robert Plant, Rufus Wainwright, Steve Miller Band, Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Wilco
LUKA BLOOM It’s assumed that watching a rapper with a metal mask, in the whitest room alive, brings with it a certain amount of cred. Similarly, the many noise gigs I attend are both painfully trendy and ball-sappingly arousing. In a logical progression it made perfect sense, then, to spend a chilly Saturday eve with [...]
Luka Bloom Guided By Songs By Mike Gee Kevin Barry Moore first entered my consciousness some time in 1992, standing on stage at the intimate Fly By Night club in Fremantle, WA; an Irish man, the younger brother of folk singer Christy Moore, belting a version of LL Cool J’s ‘I Need Love’. He was [...]