Category: Music

‘O’ is for Olympia: The Rise of Olivia Bartley.

For an artist like Olympia with a relatively young career, she seems to have very quickly asserted herself with poise […]

It’s All About The Bass: Melissa Auf der Maur.

A Bassist’s importance in a band is on occasions overlooked by music enthusiasts in favour of lead guitarists and drummers. […]

It’s All About The Bass: Paul McCartney.

A Bassist’s importance in a band is on occasions overlooked by music enthusiasts in favour of lead guitarists and drummers. […]

Sarah Belkner: Indie pop’s emotional engineer.

I have been quietly admiring the musical exploits of Sydney based Sarah Belkner ever since I first heard her piano […]

I was already a corrupted youth during the 80’s and it’s safe to say that Annie Lennox had no part in it.

I remember sitting on a lounge in a guest room of my cousin’s house, surrounded by posters of Kiss, The […]

Jane Wiedlin’s Excellent Adventure!

Jane Wieldin was amongst the thick of it when LA punk was born in the 1970’s and she helped propel […]

Kate Bush is anything but cool.

Kate Bush is anything but cool. Yet despite her oddness, particularly her brand of pop music, she hit a strange […]

Indie pop, folk and opera, all in a days work for Kate Miller-Heidke.

I sat impatiently in my seat, staring at the surroundings of The Plenary, in Melbourne’s South Wharf tonight, but I […]

Liz Phair: The unapologetic indie-rock rebel.

Something tells me I am going to get in trouble talking about the unapologetic indie-rock rebel Liz Phair. Anyway, here […]

Vitalogy: Weird, Wonderful and Iconic!

At the end of 1993, there was no bigger band in the world than Pearl Jam, except maybe Nirvana. If […]