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So it begins with a Forplay

So Kochi seems to be coming together with lots of musical related options these days, there is something regular happening one way or another. But art wise something which seems to be lacking are a venue for plays, sure there have been a few plays happening in JT Pac in Tripunithara. 671 more words

Art

A Scalm November morning.

Scalm park, Selby.

Little wood pond.


Is it really November already? You could have fooled me. Arriving at the venue just before 7:45 as dawn was just breaking the temperature gauge in the van read a balmy fifteen degrees. 554 more words

Angling

I understand why everyone raves about the TLA (Theater of Living Arts). It’s a little grimy & grungy, really feeling like a genuine venue for a punk rock (or heavier) concert.

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Venue Reviews: The Pharmacy & Lava Space

Last week I had the pleasure to experience two smaller venues for the first time. The Pharmacy was hosting a one year birthday bash for… 558 more words

Venue Review: World Cafe Live (Upstairs)

On the cusp of University City, World Cafe Live stands as an emblem for hosting budding talent. Here, I review their upstairs concert/bistro area.

If you enter from Walnut street, you walk in to the lobby where you can either go to the downstairs venue or turn left to the upstairs one. 612 more words

Shoreline Review (Country Concerts)

Country Concerts at Shoreline Amphitheater: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By J.D Nic

If you live in the Bay Area, chances are you know someone who has gone to a notorious Shoreline country concert and ended up either in the drunk tank, on Sloppy Shoreline, laying on the ground in his or her own puke, or in jail. 1,293 more words

Venue Reviews

The Mechanic

Last night a new music venue was launched in Redfern, Sydney. It’s known as ‘The Mechanic’, and it’s incredible.The team behind it have turned a run down old abandoned warehouse into an unsuspected goldmine, where the only gold they’re worried about is the musical talent that plays there. 380 more words

Sydney