All posts by Aaron Searle

Karaoke. The Usefulness of Art

Fat Rain
Reviewed by , May 2nd, 2014

 Origami’s 2011 debut The Blues of Joy featured a collection of original compositions augmented by a covers of pop tunes by the likes of Snow Patrol and OutKast. Now this Melbourne-based trio is back and this time they have expanded on their formula by releasing two CDs simultaneously – one of original compositions and one… continue reading »

Sylvan Coda

Post by , May 2nd, 2014

Pianist Will Poskitt was an integral part of the Chris Hale Ensemble on three albums and countless gigs between 2001 and his death in 2008 at the tragically young age of 31. Sylvan Coda, Hale’s first release since Poskitt’s passing, is dedicated to his memory. Hale, who plays a six string semi-acoustic bass guitar, was… continue reading »

About Aaron Searle

Aaron Searle is a saxophonist and composer who has performed with many of Australia’s leading jazz bands and musicians. He has appeared on numerous recordings and leads a jazz quintet. Aaron has composed music for film, theatre, television and radio. He has a Master's degree in Music Education.

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