All posts by Robert Horvat

Robert Horvat is a Melbourne based blogger. He believes that the world is round and that art is one of our most important treasures. He has seen far too many classic films and believes coffee runs through his veins. As a student of history, he favours ancient and medieval history. Music pretty much rules his life and inspires his moods. Favourite artists include The Beatles, Pearl Jam, Garbage and Lana Del Rey.

Film review: The Call of the Wild.

My two-year-old border collie/kelpie cross has warmed our hearts so much, since we rescued her from our local dog shelter […]

On my stereo this week: Sonic Youth’s ‘Bull In The Heather’.

Born in 1981 and amicably calling it quits in 2011, Sonic Youth were one of the coolest rock bands to […]

An Anti-Valentine’s Day playlist just for you!

I just want to make one thing crystal clear…I’m not one of those emos who is always crying. And I […]

Classic albums: Madonna, Bedtime Stories (1994).

The shitstorm that followed the simultaneous release of Madonna’s fifth album Erotica and her controversial book Sex was unprecedented in late 1992. Madonna was […]

The Dangerous Age: Sean Sennett talks about his collaborative effort with Kate Ceberano and Steve Kilbey.

When I heard last year Australian music legends Kate Ceberano, Steve Kilbey and Sean Sennett were working on a new project together, I was immediately curious […]

Put On A Happy Face: My 2020 Oscar Predictions.

I couldn’t think of a better time at the beginning of the new decade, to start playing the Oscar predictions […]

Interview with rising country/pop star Stephanie Penrose.

Blending Americana, Country and Pop, Stephanie Penrose is an exciting up-and-coming singer songwriter making waves in Australia and definitely someone who […]

Interview: Sweden’s Alice Boman talks about her new album ‘Dream On’.

The Swedish singer songwriter, Alice Boman, first came to prominence back in 2014 with her haunting single Waiting from her […]

History Painting: ‘The Battle of Austerlitz’ by Francois Gerard, 1810.

In the winter of 1805, Napoleon’s Grand Armée marched halfway across Europe to confront their enemy, the allied armies of […]

On my stereo this week: Okay Kaya’s new album Watch This Liquid Pour Itself.

What is pretty cool about Norwegian-born, New York based Kaya Wilkin, aka Okay Kaya, is her honesty in trying to […]