Radiohead Re-imagined is a classical interpretation of a collection of Radiohead tracks, spanning eight albums from The Bends through to A Moon Shaped Pool - all arranged and performed by six-four.
They feature the chamber sextet’s full acoustic instrumentation, alongside drum kit and electronics. It’s a program that celebrates Radiohead’s compositional artistry, honouring the arrangements of their well known classics, whilst taking other works into unexpected sonic territory, fully utilising the musical versatility of the performing artists.
From the eastern suburbs of Melbourne come The Bean Project, a vibrant brass-clad quintet blending the raw sounds of folk, jazz and singer-songwriter - most aptly described as 'the odd marriage of James Taylor and The Cat Empire'. The Bean Project formed as a french-horn and acoustic guitar duo, playing small shows and busking up and down the East Coast of Australia. After two EPs and a full length album The Bean Project had grown into a five-piece, performing at Port Fairy Folk Festival, National Folk Festival and Folk Alliance International (USA).