Bunbury Music Festival: 2019 Review

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Bunbury Music Festival: 2019 Review

See what you missed, compare your thoughts on 32 Bunbury performances (including NF, Run the Jewels, Jeremy Zucker, Reignwolf, The 1975, The Blue Stones, Bülow, Streelight Manifesto, Poppy, Greta Van Fleet), or check if you’re in the gallery!

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Interview: Russall S. Beattie — The Empire Strips Back

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Interview: Russall S. Beattie — The Empire Strips Back

It’s hardly a music show, but it is so entertaining. The Empire Strips Back is a stage performance out of Australia created by Russall S. Beattie. It’s not a chronological story, but narrated skits containing characters you know, in a different and yet fully evolved universe.

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INTERVIEW: The Cybertronic Spree

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INTERVIEW: The Cybertronic Spree

About a month ago, my friend Buz sent me a video of a band made up from the robots from Transformers the Movie (1986), covering Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song. I thought to myself, that would have been great to see that when it came out in the 80’s, so I had to look up who the performers were. It is, (not was), a band from Canada known as the Cybertonic Spree, and they are currently touring, with a stop just two hours away at the House of Blues in Cleveland. As soon as I could, I contacted them and made arrangements to photograph and interview them.

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GALLERY: Spoon

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GALLERY: Spoon

The Newport Music Hall
Columbus, OH

They definitely have a friend who is a photographer, because they had us in mind the whole time.

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ARTICLE: Sleigh Bells — Explosive Fun

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ARTICLE: Sleigh Bells — Explosive Fun

The Newport Music Hall
Columbus, OH

Sleigh Bells took on the role of the skilled demolitions expert at the Newport Music Hall in Columbus, filling the venue with blasts of light and sound that can hardly be captured in photographs.

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ARTICLE: JD McPherson—Renovating a Genre

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ARTICLE: JD McPherson—Renovating a Genre

Woodland's Tavern
Columbus, OH

I don’t know how this band was able to come together for a love of such classic and retooled sounds. I think they do it as well as anyone ever has. JD McPherson is three years younger than me, so it is easy to believe we must have shared a similar experience in a younger America.

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