Month: September 2018

Life in the fast lane: Death of James Dean.

James Dean became a racing enthusiast late in his short life. He harboured dreams of racing in the Indianapolis 500, […]

Cinemas Greatest Scenes: A League of Their Own – “There’s no crying in baseball!”

A League of Their Own (1992) is a delightful film about the All American Girls Professional Baseball League of the […]

Guitar Heroes: Australian tour interview with Kenny Wayne Shepherd.

Only a select few can truly boast a career in blues rock as influential as Kenny Wayne Shepherd. He has […]

On my stereo this week: Lana Del Rey, Little Rêd & Wang Chung.

Lana Del Rey – Mariners Apartment Complex. When I heard Lana Del Rey had released two new songs a few weeks […]

Dominic Breen’s first five track EP ‘Lay Low’ has fans and Australian acting legend Richard Roxburgh hooked!

Once in a while something special happens that makes you sit up and listen. Sydney-based musician Dominic Breen had recently […]

Australian tour interview with Paradise Kitty – All Girl Guns ‘N’ Roses Tribute Band.

The earliest tribute band I can remember seeing was a John Mellencamp show by a bunch of guys in Melbourne […]

Spreading the virus of rock ‘n’ roll: Interview with Theresa Jeane of The Nearly Deads.

Being chased by a bunch of zombies is something that is definitely on my bucket list. I’m deadly serious, in […]

A selected film-by-film history of Warner Bros. Pictures: Casablanca (1942).

There is nothing new that I can honestly add in the praise of Casablanca, arguably one of the greatest films ever made. […]

A selected film-by-film history of Warner Bros. Pictures: The Maltese Falcon (1941).

The early history of Warner Bros could have so easily turned into a Humphrey Bogart tribute with so many significant and […]

A selected film-by-film history of Warner Bros. Pictures: Dodge City (1939).

I was always going to run into some trouble choosing a late 1930s Warner Bros. film to include in this […]