Category: Women in Music

“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. […]

No-nonsense guitar rock: Interview with The Beaches.

From the outset, sisters Jordan Miller on lead vocals and bass and Kylie Miller on lead guitar, together with Leandra […]

I’m still head over feet for Alanis Morrissette.

Some of my closest friends occasionally still ask me why I listen to Alanis nowadays. “Come on Rob, she made […]

The rise and rise of The Regrettes: Interview with frontwoman Lydia Night.

The Regrettes are a LA-based punk rock band that the world should be paying close attention to. As self-assertive Gen-Zers […]

Interview with Canadian Singer Songwriter Terra Lightfoot.

Canadian alternative/indie rocker Terra Lightfoot has been strutting her stuff musically speaking since the early 2010’s. She draws heavily from […]

In-depth fan review: Veruca Salt live in Melbourne.

Back in the mid ‘90’s, Veruca Salt was one of the hottest acts. Two headstrong young women, Louise Post and […]

“Music can travel, music has no borders”: Interview with Michal Elia Kamal of Light in Babylon.

It’s probably safe to say Turkey’s culture has its roots in Istanbul. And if you’re looking for world music to […]