Songs of a Bridge, Vessels of Dance | Peter Hunt

Songs of a Bridge, Vessels of Dance | Peter Hunt

Songs of a Bridge, Vessels of Dance

Peter Hunt with Yosa Haile and Hugh Jones

 

Saturday June 15th 19:00 doors open

$20 Pre sale

$25 At door

$15 Wemove subscribers

 

WeMove Studio

Mullumbimby

Corner Stuart Street and Tincogan 

WeMove Studio is delighted to be welcoming the community to experience the songs and music of singer/songwriter/guitarist and trumpeter Peter Hunt, in collaboration with bass player Yosa Haile and drummer Hugh Jones.

The evening shall offer people the opportunity to drop into the vessel generated by Peter’s songs and the trio’s joint creativity, one of an inspiring dance. Voices of all present shall be given opportunity to weave into the fabric of song and rhythm. An intriguing part of the journey shall be Yosa’s generation of his songs deeply rooted in the traditional sound of his native country, Ethiopia.

The musicians:

Following the architecture of a tree, Peter grounds his music in earth-loving rhythms, and from those roots, allows his melodies to soar to the upper branches, offering listeners unique fruits, from familiar but unnameable lands.

He is the core songwriter and trumpet player for the band Kooii. He is also an active collaborator, playing with and writing for several groups panning the influences of African, Jazz, Reggae and various folk music’s helping cultivate a distinct soul-belonging sound that resonate through song’s that seek, or find, connection between people and place.

Multi-instrumentalist Yosa Haile is mostly known for his service as a bass player although he delights on all the significant instruments of a rhythm section, drums, guitar, piano. From Ethiopia, he carries in his being a love and understanding of music of many tribes of that country and combines that with an adept understanding of jazz and other forms of Western music. He walks with a love for music’s ability to draw people together for celebration and healing.

Hugh Jones, is a drummer and percussionist with a dolphin like sense of playfulness, wisdom and power in his creativity. He has generated the rhythm of several significant groups in the shire over the past decade drawing from a love and exploration of jazz, reggae and African music.

$25 At the Door

$20 Pre-booked

$15 WeMove subscribers

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

Get in Touch

alona@wemove.studio

Off the Hook |Wild Marmalade

Off the Hook |Wild Marmalade

Off the Hook – Wild Marmalade – Didgeridoo Pranayama

 

Saturday, May 25th 7:30pm – 10:00pm

 

$35 Pre-booked

$40 At door if available

 

WeMove Studio

Mullumbimby

Corner Stuart Street and Tincogan 

Off the Hook is off the hook! A wordless, timeless journey powered by the breath and by the spirit of music.

Switch your phone off, release yourself from your responsibilities, and come on an adventure from sound to breath to movement and finally into stillness.

The flow of the evening rolls from an energy harnessing Didgeridoo Pranayama practice into the full Wild Marmalade free movement session which is then powerfully and skilfully landed by Jon and Si, founding members of Dream Drone, in an on the floor lay down sound experience.

This is a wordless, timeless journey powered by the breath and by the spirit of music.

A completely substance free event.

**** 30 Tickets Only ****

$35 online/$40 at the door if available

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

Get in Touch

alona@wemove.studio

Alice Night – Hell or Heal | Album launch show

Alice Night – Hell or Heal | Album launch show

Alice Night – Hell or Heal

Album Launch Show

 

Sunday, May 26th 7:30pm – 10:00pm

$20 Pre Sale

$25 At door

 

WeMove Studio

Mullumbimby

Corner Stuart Street and Tincogan 

Alice Night Launches Her Album in this special show in Mullumbimby.

With Hell or Heal Brisbane-based songwriter and poet Alice Night celebrates a return to the raw essentials of her songcraft. On this album every song is allowed to stand bare-boned and unadorned, exposing the essence of their story.

The album title (taken from the song Burn Your Lies) refers to the inner hell that can be our experience when we deny the healing work required from us as individuals and as a culture. This theme runs through the stories at the heart of Hell or Heal. The songs address body-image, addiction and wellness, self-respect, life and death, poetic activism, friendship and love. All are delivered with the intensity and emotional honesty that have become Night’s hallmark.

Each song is rooted in the realities surrounding Night and the people she knows and loves. Nectar was written to be sung at a friend’s wedding ceremony, Jelly Bean Tree is a reaction to dangerous drug use by Alice’s closest friends, while the lyric of Coming Home was written by a dear friend in the days before her death (which Alice then set to music). Another song, Masks, was totally improvised (and thankfully recorded) while the sound engineer was still trying to find the “right sound”. It is the perfect illustration of the naked humanity and presence that Alice Night worked to capture on Hell or Heal. ‘It is not a perfect album’ she acknowledges, but nor is it trying to be.

This event is one of four official album launches in Australia before Alice heads over to Europe for an artistic pilgrimage of sorts.

www.alicenight.com art + honesty = alchemy

 

 

Pre purchase

$20

At Door

$25

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

RSVP by Friday May 18

alona@wemove.studio