You’ll see in this video, a glimpse of how Mattie, Mia and Mia, recorded their vocal parts. All in the same booth, one after the other, with their laptop notes, full of singer’s annotations.
Performing live on air behind Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas. If you missed our airtime, you can watch below our little teaser of what to expect from us in the Perth CBD this December!
For such a powerful piece of music, we chose to strip it down to one powerful voice accompanied only by a guitar. A simple setting for a simple song.
We found Christmas albums by current pop stars, 1960’s jazz musicians, neo-soul artists, Motown artists, English rock bands. There is so much out there to get inspiration from. Enter this Stevie Wonder song, What Christmas Means To Me.
With the P.J. Morton version as a reference, at Sumo Sound Studios in Perth, we had Mattie sing “the Yebba verse” in the Eclipse Party Band formation. We imagined this as a great Reception Entrance or First Dance song.
For every mum that may sometimes forget how special you are, remember that you are Superwoman. Share this video with your own mum if she needs the reminder.
During the golden hour of sunset, on a bridge built over running water, two in our Acoustic Duo team performed a beloved classic.
While you can opt for a straight-forward, essentialist approach, there is so much you can do creatively to use staging and lighting as tools to enhance your event.
We wanted to reference the whimsical dream that Audrey Hepburn originally brought when she first performed Moon River in the 1961 film, Breakfast At Tiffany’s.
Many brides will want to find a song that is reasonably untouched by every other bride out there. One that is well-known enough to be recognised easily but not so common that it’s the anthem of every bride’s wedding.