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Kim Churchill, Microwave Jenny, Benjalu


Fri 4 May 2012, 8:00pm

Where: The Standard Bowl, Level 3, 383 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $17.00 ea ($15.00 + $2.00 fees)
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World-renown guitarist/singer/songwriter Kim Churchill is ready to hit the road for a national tour with Microwave Jenny and Benjalu, hot on the heels of the release his second album Detail of Distance on April 6 through Indica Australia/MGM.

At just 21 years of age, Kim Churchill is revered worldwide for his guitar talents, with a technique and lyrical outlook far beyond his years. His style is unique and explosive, with intricate fingerpicking, percussive beats on the body of the guitar, and two-handed tapping intertwined with an earthy stomp box, powerful harmonica melodies and soulful voice. Detail of Distance was recorded in Vancouver and produced by Todd Simko, the eleven tracks showcasing a maturing artist whose traditional folk/blues edge is developing with a rockier edge, an aspect clearly highlighted by the album’s first single 'Season’s Grind'.

Microwave Jenny is made up of indigenous Australian duo Tessa Nuku and Brendon Boney. With a name that stems from classic Aussie film The Castle, Microwave Jenny’s genre-defying style is brings fun and optimism back to the Australian musical landscape. Brendon and Tessa first crossed paths while rehearsing backstage at a show in 2005. The realisation they shared the same kind of musical direction and an undeniable chemistry was the catalyst for the first Microwave Jenny show.
Benjalu mixes catchy rock grooves with warm bass lines and catchy melodies. They infuse genres such as blues and roots, jazz, contemporary rock and hints of reggae to maintain a fresh sound. The band members have all grown up singing along to artists that have written catchy hooks and memorable melodies and this is something that they hope to keep relaying into their own tunes.