Craig Bradbrook
Craig is retired Performing Musician and Actor. He contributes various musings for Circus Bazaar.



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Colin Hagen releases his first EP

Norway – There is little to fault on Colin Hagens first EP. Production is tight. Perfectly recorded with imperfections to expose the subtleness of an acoustic guitar. If you listen carefully, you hear the fingers sliding on the str...

by Craig Bradbrook

Strange Little Birds – Garbage

For Garbage, Strange Little Birds is their 6th studio album.  For some bands that have been around this long, it is easy t overlook them as ‘has been’s’ or ‘irrelevant in the music scene today’. Between the four members, they have ...

by Craig Bradbrook

Private Capital For Public Problems

Across the globe, many societies are arguably experiencing a higher standard of living than at any time in human civilisation. Thanks, in part to greater accessibility to clean water, reduction in infectious diseases and provision of hea...

by Craig Bradbrook

The album II, by Naxatras: Review

Oort Cloud begins the album as an instrumental introduction. Proxima Centauri a 7 minute soundscape with an analogue feel. A circular guitar riff greets the listener for the initial 2 minutes before an intentional crescendo resulting in ...

by Craig Bradbrook

‘And I don’t, and I don’t, and I don’t…Ghost Stories by Coldplay – Album Review’

[dropcap size=big]A[/dropcap]ny expectations that this new Coldplay album would be a return to form or a progressive step forward are smashed. There is nothing to connect with or enjoy on this album. It starts poorly and finishes dreadfu...

by Craig Bradbrook

“Year of the Rayza”, Prophet Rayza – Review

[dropcap size=big]Y[/dropcap]ear of the Rayza is as diverse lyrically as it is musically.  Laden with rich samples, rhythmical vocals and a lot to discuss over 17 tracks, Prophet Rayza presents the Australian Hip-Hop community with a ben...

by Craig Bradbrook

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