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The Necks: more surprises in store after 30 years and Vertigo THE AUSTRALIAN FEBRUARY 15, 2016 12:00AM
Music writer Sydney
From left, Chris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton and Tony Buck in Sydney last week. Picture: Hollie Adams
To forge a career lasting 30 years is a great achievement for any band, but to do so by never playing the same show twice makes the Necks a rarity in Australian music.
The improvisational trio, which has just embarked on its 30th anniversary tour, has carved an international reputation over the past three decades by letting the mood, the music and the empathy between them dictate how their live performances transpire. When they walk on stage, it’s anybody’s guess what’s going to happen.
“It’s an unspoken rule,” says drummer and percussionist Tony Buck. “If somebody walked on stage and mentioned a direction they wanted to take the music in, it wouldn’t feel right. Part of the fun of it is starting to play without talking about it.”
Buck, bassist Lloyd Swanton and keyboards player Chris Abrahams, all of whom have music careers outside of the band, have released » Continue Reading.