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.

Interview with Columbus singer-songwriter Steven King.

Steven King’s impressionistic painting of a figure skater that graces the cover of his new album On Ice is a […]

On my stereo this week: Alexandra Savior’s new album The Archer.

Anyone who has ever heard Alexandra Savior’s Belladonna of Sadness will remember what a great debut it was, in collaboration […]

My 10 favourite films of the 2010s.

Decades ago we were singing “I want my MTV”, but nowadays its like “I want my Netflix please”. However, it […]

The 10 Best Albums of 2019.

While most critics believed the year belonged to the likes of Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey and Ariana Grande, […]

The 6 Best Songs That Made 2019.

I am personally more of an album kind of guy but not stupid enough to realise that it takes great […]

Top Ten Australian Albums of 2019.

I’ve often said that with so much music demanding our attention these days, your first port of call should always […]

The 12 Best Actresses of the 2010s – Part 1.

The following list of the best actresses of the 2010s was always going to be a subjective choice on my […]

Archie Roach: The man who helped open our eyes to the plight of Indigenous Australians through song.

For most Australians, the first time they had heard of the name Archie Roach, can be traced back to the […]

Interview with Alice Pisano.

London-based, Italian born, musician Alice Pisano has never had any doubts about her love affair with music. She has said […]

Songs about overcoming adversity: ‘Harden My Heart’ by Quarterflash.

Some of the best songs embody a real sense of nostalgia and often find a permanent place in our hearts […]