CARUS THOMPSON

Album Review: Carus Thompson – Acoustic at the Norfolk Volume II (2012 LP)

August 13, 2012

It’s been nine years since international troubadour Carus Thompson released the career defining double live album Acoustic at the Norfolk. Plenty has changed in those nine years, there have been albums recorded, tours completed and Thompson has found himself become both a husband and a father. Nine years on, Thompson found himself back at the […]

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Live Review: Carus Thompson – Norfolk Basement Lounge (27.01.2012)

January 30, 2012

A lot can happen in nine years. For folk troubadour Carus Thompson, plenty has changed in the nine years since the recording of the first Acoustic at the Norfolk album. In that time he has gotten married, become a father, put out three acclaimed records, and played countless shows across two continents. Now, nine years […]

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Album Review: Carus Thompson – Caravan (2011 LP)

April 11, 2011

Carus Thompson has been at this music lark for a while now. With good reason too, he is bloody good at it. Recent proof being is his latest album Caravan, a truly wondrous collection of songs written and recorded between Australia and Europe. Reflecting his life on the road split between the two continents. Carus […]

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Festival Review: Southbound Festival – Day 1 – Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton (01.01.11)

January 5, 2011

Not even a day into the New Year and Western Australia is already kicking off its live music year, with the three day long music, camping and arts festival Southbound. Thankfully having been to Glastonbury in the last twelve months, I had some idea of what to expect from a camping festival, that being said […]

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