Good things take time

An Australian Rolling Stone feature examines the intimate and lengthy process behind the making of Everyone Is Here, the first collaborative album by Neil and Tim Finn in nearly a decade. “Hyperbole can’t do [the album] justice. It’s folk, it’s rock, it’s got some of the biggest choruses either brother has conceived. Lyrically, it’s both intimate and epic, direct yet deeply poetic. It’s music overbrimming with life … [For] over a generation, these Finn voices have provided many of us with an alternative conscience, invited us to join in and sing along. Theirs are voices for the ages, only improving with age.”


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Michael Braithwaite Builds Story of Military Tattoo

Michael Braithwaite Builds Story of Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has revealed it wants to attract more local audiences to and transform “elitist” perceptions under a new direction for the annual cultural showpiece, arts journalist Brian…