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Shemple .. and The Unusual Suspects

Shemple .. and The Unusual Suspects

Collaboration

While Shemple was standing on Lake Cootharaba, it seemed the perfect opportunity to manifest another dream; a film clip for local band The Unusual Suspects, a delightfully crazy balkan brass street band

The Unusual Suspects

8 drummers, 6 saxes, 2 trumpets, a clarinet, a tenor horn, 2 trombones, a sousaphone, an ipod, a bass guitar, a cittern and a cumbus.
Unusual music in unusual times and in unusual clothes.
Balkan, funky dance music for dancing in the streets (or anywhere really).

Credits

Artwork by Ross Annels and Kari
Music Banski Čoček  (trad, arr – L.Pollak ) by The Unusual Suspects
Images : Ross Annels and Linsey Pollak (detail musician shots)
Film by Bonnie Jenkins
Commissioned by Noosa Regional Gallery for Floating Land 2015
Concept development from an original idea by Kari funded by Sunshine Coast RADF
Construction by Ross Annels, Anika Annels, Kari and Peter McAdam
Shemple word coined by Maya Ward

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