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Monique Brumby

When:

Sun 27 Jul 2014, 4:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Dowse Bar, Corner of Caxton St & Dowse St Paddington, Paddington, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission Conc: $15.00
  • General Admission Adult: $20.00
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Listed by: pieta

Monique Brumby has achieved a lot in her career: she’s a two-time ARIA winner, played shows alongside the legendary Jeff Buckley and The Bangles and written a song with Paul Kelly. But despite all these successes she’s definitely not afraid to mix it up and try new things. The release of her single ‘Silent War’ this month from her 5th (and self-titled) album sees an addition of electronic sounds to her repertoire – something that her fans are embracing. “I suppose you’re always worried when you put out a new release whether people will like it or not, but the response to this track and the album has been really positive,” says Brumby. ‘Silent War’ and the album was produced by Monique and Nick Larkins. The single has been mixed by Angus Davidson (Joni Mitchell, Crowded House, Tori Amos). Production combines beats with layers of guitars, real drums and bass in a statement of strong song writing coupled with thought provoking production and instrumentation. The lyrical content of the track reflects Monique’s views on marriage equality and acceptance of difference.