Month: December 2018

The Paul is dead rumour.

I found myself, as I often do, looking over my vinyl collection of Beatles records the other day, in particularly […]

Remembering Dean Martin on Christmas Day.

With today being the anniversary of his death, let us remember one of the greatest artists of show business, the […]

The 10 Best Albums of 2018.

Looking back over the past twelve months I’ve been in an eclectic head space musically speaking. That said, you will […]

The Weather Station’s Tamara Lindeman’s extraordinary short essay on climate change.

A few days ago, fifteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg addressed the U.N. plenary in Katowice, Poland, denouncing global inaction […]

Interview with Sabrina Stone: That NYC musician, talking music.

Talking with artists about their music and ideas is at times tough, especially if you are dealing with a stressed […]

Today in History: Notorious Nazi Found Guilty of Crimes Against the Jewish People.

Nazi SS-Colonel Adolf Eichmann was found guilty of many of the most heinous crimes of World War Two and 20th […]

Guitar Heroes: Courtney Barnett’s ‘Need A Little Time’.

Courtney Barnett’s refreshingly candid approach to songwriting and playing the guitar makes her an absolute star. Her unique approach to […]

Behind the legend of Santa Claus exists a humble saint.

Does St. Nicholas deserve his place amongst humanities most kindest, gentlest, generous and loving individuals to have walked this earth? […]

Today in History: The Death of Rome’s Greatest Orator.

Marcus Tullius Cicero was the greatest orator of the late Roman Republic. In his capacity, as a statesman, lawyer, scholar […]

Interview with Lemonjuice frontman Glenn Bidmead.

Glenn Bidmead is one of the unsung heroes of Australian rock. He may not be a household name with the […]