Eastside Live at 505
EASTSIDE RADIO PRESENTS:
DK and the Rising Sun at LIVE @ 505
This April Eastside’s Live @ 505 returns with well known lover of local blues and roots DK and the Rising Sun.
Declan kelly was born in Sydney Australia to an Irish Father and a Maori mother. Having 2 strong ancestral ties made it no wonder that creativity and Music was running through his blood.
His Mother ‘Salley’ a singer also exposed Declan to the life of a musician and Instruments from an early age where he took to the drums and Guitar, singing to come later in his life.
Having been the drummer for a number of great artists, Kelly learnt the craft of good song writing, recording authentically and the mastery of studio production, and the delivery of a rockin live show fronted by himself.
Following successive years touring the festival circuit DK and the Rising Sun return to the stage from the studio where they have been recording a new album and Dub tribute to Midnight Oil plus solo recordings.
With a supporting DJ set by Rafa from Vibes Brasil
Declan Kelly – Drums and Vocals
Jonathan Pease – Guitar and Vocals
Winston Stephenson – Bass
When: Thursday April 11 2013, 7.30pm – 11.30pm
Where: Venue 505, 280 Cleveland St Surry Hills
Price: $10 at the door for everyone!
Homegrown – Live @ 505 – March
Sirens Big Band – Live @ 505 – December
|Founding members Jessica Dunn (bass) and Harriet Harding (saxophone) formed the band in 2009 in a direct response to the under-representation of women in the jazz music community. Featuring a host of some of Australia’s strongest and most exciting young, female musicians and improvisors the band explores the intersection of jazz with South Indian, afro-beat, Balkan, Ethiopian and reggae music.In a short time Sirens have enjoyed considerable success, establishing themselves as a vital and innovative addition to the Australian jazz community. Their resume includes working with Lanie Lane, Jeff Duff and Dan Barnett; as well as performing at the Sydney Festival, The Darling Harbour Jazz and Blues Festival and the Manly Jazz Festival.Performing songs from their upcoming debut album ‘Kali and the Change of Time’ Live @ 505 will come alive with the Sirens’ sound! 17 young, talented, female musicians all under the one roof… Who could ask for more!|
The Joseph Tawadros Trio – Live @ 505 – November
|Egypt and Australia collide in a cross-cultural collaboration as Eastside’s Live @ 505 presents The Joseph Tawadros Trio!Featuring master oud (Arabic lute) performer and composer Joseph Tawadros, world class percussionist, on the req (Egytian tambourine) and bendir (frame drum) James Tawardros and distinguished Australian-jazz pianist Matt McMahon.A dazzling technician Joseph has taken the oud in to a new world of musical collaboration and composition, crossing new territories in the musical world. His willingness to push boundaries have led him to many unique collaborations, with his recent efforts resulting in winning the Aria for ‘Best World Music Album 2012.’|
Live @ 505′s 1st Birthday – ‘Brazilian Love Affair’ – October
|Photos by Hannah Wakefield|
Takadimi – Eastside Live @ 505 – September
| Photos by Shane Rozario
To view more images go to: http://tinyurl.com/takadmiliveat505
The Field – Eastside Live @ 505 – August
|Photos by Milos Nikolic|
GERARD MASTERS – Eastside Live at 505 - July
|Photos by Shane Rozario|
Miriam Lieberman is a singer songwriter with a unique global perspective. Take a heavy dose of West African musical sensibility, add a dash of Brazilian rhythms with folk music stylings and you get an idea of what she brings to the table. She melds her powerful vocals and percussive guitar with kora – 21 stringed West African harp.
The Conscious Pilots – May 10
Picking up truck loads of frequent flyer points as they circumnavigate the musical globe, the Conscious Pilots present a dash of Australian hip hop, a dabble of swing, a sprinkle of latin and a twinkle of flamenco.
A miscellany of modern and traditional musical realms including digital beats, drum and bass, early hip hop and Hindustani raga.
Building upon the modal jazz styling of Miles Davis and John Coltrane since the mid 1990s, The Java Quartet has defined their ambience through six albums and a trance-like reflective sound.
GYPSY DUB SOUNDSYSTEM - March 8
Extreme Instrumentalism meets cutting edge electronic manipulation. Funky dubby, juicy beats.
Trevor Brown – Sax/electronic/bouzouki,
Veren Grigorov – Violin,
Dirk Kruitof – Guitar
DOUBLE DIP WITH EASTSIDE RADIO PRESENTERS – Eastside Live at 505 February
HOBO BORDEAUX AND THE MERCHANTS OF SOUND – Eastside Live at 505 January
|Photos by Sam Ali|
MUCHO MAMBO WITH DJ TOON – Eastside Live at 505 December
|Photos by Raquel Duron|
ALPHAMAMA AND THE LOVE DRUG WITH DJ TALINE – Eastside Live at 505 November 2011
|Photos by Raquel Duron|
Video by Oliver Poppert
THE VAMPIRES WITH DJ GORDON WATSON – Eastside Live at 505 October 2011
|PODCAST of The Vampires Live at 505 HERE||Photos by Raquel Duron|
Video by Oliver Poppert
Eastside Live at 505 Gallery – photos by Raquel Duron / Sam Ali