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2012 Round-Up: Best of Brisbane Arts

Best of Brisbane Arts 2012: Arts Ed’s Pick Coming up with our annual best-of lists at Rave Magazine was always a challenge. How do we condense an entire year’s worth of artistic and/or musical output into a brief list? How do we justify what stood out above the rest? It’s Christmas and we are drunk; … Continue reading

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Meredith 2012

Meredith Music Festival Dec 7–9, 2012 Review by Chris Harms The Meredith Music Festival occupies a special place in the hearts of its regular patrons, many of them willing to trumpet its superiority to other Australian festivals at a moment’s notice and at surprising length. For outsiders and newcomers to Melbourne who profess to love … Continue reading

DANCE REVIEW: Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty Queensland Ballet Company with QSO Review by Krissi Weiss   The Sleeping Beauty, one of ballet’s most seminal works, was a striking choice to end the Queensland Ballet’s 2012 season and a fitting swansong for departing Artistic Director, Francoise Klaus. Klaus was first taught the original Marius Petipa choreography for the Fairies, the … Continue reading

ARTS REVIEW: Shop Pty Ltd

Propriety Limited: Shop Pty Ltd For one week in December, the businesses of James Street will be experimentally remodeled to investigate the way we invest our systems of branding with value and power, while also examining the way we consider art. The triad of Queensland College artists putting on this show — Karike Ashworth, Cassandra … Continue reading

THEATRE REVIEW: Thérèse Raquin

Zen Zen Zo: Thérèse Raquin I expect Zen Zen Zo to unsettle me, even without the aid of ghosts. Their trademark physicality, in whatever form it takes, always incites conflicting responses: at once beguiling and grotesque. What I wasn’t expecting, when I took my seat to watch their adaptation of Thérèse Raquin (a gothic novel … Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: All India Radio

ALL INDIA RADIO – Red Shadow Landing (Pledge Music) PETE WALSH explores the dreamy landscape of transcendent instrumentalism. Martin Kennedy’s All India Radio are veterans of the underrated cosmic force that is instrumental rock, and Red Shadow Landing is yet another testament to their exemplary service record in the Australian music industry. The chilled ambient stylistics … Continue reading

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