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You can tell Jack Colwell and Marcus Whale have known each other for years. But then Colwell approached Whale to reinterpret his track Far From View , which now disintegrates into a post-classical nightmare complete with gunshot beats. Besides a mutual love of Tori Amos, Colwell and Whale share a focus on energetic performances and an appreciation for classical instruments and arrangements — Colwell studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music high school, while Marcus studied there at a tertiary level. Yet you work in different genres. How is your music complementary?
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In an interview  by Paul Burston in Time Out magazine in December , he stated that he was working on his debut solo album, the title of which was later confirmed as Quicksilver - The Masquerade Macabre. The song received favourable four star reviews from blog Music Review Unsigned  and gay website Polari,  who drew comparisons to singers Scott Walker , Annie Lennox and Marc Almond. The song also received a five star average ratings from iTunes customers and has received airplay from stations including Newcastle Student Radio, who described Reeves as 'a modern-day David Bowie '. Rex and early Rolling Stones.
The series chronicled the present-day teenage years of two brothers, one of whom would become the President of the United States from to Cohen, and Brad Meltzer. On May 17, , The WB cancelled the series after one season. The series finale was re-aired as part of a Warner Bros. Following this airing, the series has never been rebroadcast on American television.