Month: October 2018

On my stereo this week: ‘The Ride’ by Joan As Police Woman.

Joan Wasser began her musical apprenticeship playing piano and violin at a very early age. But in her late teens […]

Cinemas Greatest Scenes: Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator speech.

In 1938, Charlie Chaplin set to work on his first talking film that would ridicule the German tyrant Adolf Hitler. […]

Review: Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band live at the Forum.

It’s halfway through Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s Forum Melbourne show last Saturday night (October 6th) and I noticed that the crowd […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Nothing Else’ by Angus & Julia Stone.

I have a bit of a soft spot for Angus & Julia Stone. I won’t go on and on about […]

Interview with Canadian dark rock band Unveil.

Canada rocks! Why? Because Canada has produced some of the best rock acts worthy of my attention. It’s a big […]

Cinemas Greatest Scenes: Jerry Lewis’ Funny Bones monologue.

In 1995, a small British-American comedy-drama was released to little fanfare called Funny Bones starring Oliver Platt, Jerry Lewis and […]

“I love writing big idea songs that every person can relate to…”: Interview with Courtney Marie Andrews.

When you hear a voice like Courtney Marie Andrews, it’s hard not to feel moved by its strength and remarkable […]