"Rhythm Hunters blend sounds from Indonesia, Japan, Africa and modern day Australia to provide cutting edge physical percussion, didgeridoo, Western horns, Asian flute, deep grooves and ethereal soundscapes that mesmerize and captivate. Rhythm Hunters is like no other group delivering a visual fusion of new approaches to drumming, indigenous songs, sharp melodic breaks with strong influences from the shamanic traditions of Sumatra, Indonesia.
These images were captured at the Building Bridges Festival 2013
It was the 2nd year the 2013 Building Bridges Festival hit the stage at the Standard to present a host of Australian musical talent.
The Building Bridges Fesitival was an evening of music to support refugee rights and end mandatory detention. The Refugee Action Coalition (RAC), in conjunction with the Refugee Art Project (RAP), proudly presented the Building Bridges Music Festival.
Some of the images below display the LADOAI dance which is still undeniably one of the most evocative pieces of music from Rhythm Hunters.