Category: Women in Music

Guitar Heroes: Olympia and dreaming of ‘Atlantis’.

I wrote a piece a little over a year ago entitled ‘O’ is for Olympia: The Rise of Olivia Bartley […]

Interview with the fearless Heather Gillis.

Heather Gillis is an exciting young guitarist making waves in the blues-rock Jam Band movement. She has proved herself worthy […]

Guitar Heroes: St. Vincent’s cover of The Beatles ‘Dig A Pony’.

Annie Clark aka St. Vincent is only one of a handful of guitarists in this ‘new era’ of music that […]

Interview with pop soul sensation Odette.

As pop soul as Australian singer songwriter Odette is, she’s very proud how she has managed to incorporate her own […]

Daring to be different: Interview with Imogen Clark.

Imogen Clark just wont sit still! As an eight year old, she took her first cautious steps as a budding […]

Interview with dance pop sensation Nicole Millar.

In five short years, Sydney-based dance pop sensation Nicole Millar’s star has steadily risen. Along the way she has achieved […]

“Banging out chords on the guitar can be like screaming and it’s wonderful”: Interview with Siobhan Wilson.

Scottish-born Siobhan Wilson has been writing songs and playing an assortment of instruments, which include guitar, cello and piano, since […]

Doin’ It For Herself: Interview with Bryde.

In another life, Sarah Howells was once a part of several musical projects, one of them in fact as one […]

Never Let Her Go: Interview with Sarah Blasko.

Back in February I said, “Depth of Field is my pick for the best album released so far this year. That’s […]

Interview: A timely chat with The Weather Station’s Tamara Lindeman.

Canadian Tamara Lindeman, who leads her band The Weather Station, first started recording her own music in her early twenties. […]