Category: Women in Music

There’s something about Meg Mac.

It’s been a while since we last featured former Triple J’s Unearthed Artist of the Year, Australia’s Meg Mac here. […]

Lifting the bar higher, effortlessly with ‘Zero Gravity’.

My readers might recall I recently featured Kate Miller-Heidke here a few weeks ago. You might also remember I was […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Homemade Dynamite’ by Lorde.

Okay, you might be getting the impression that by now I’m having a synth pop kind of week. Having solely […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Cemetery’ by Missy Higgins.

There are some artists who have difficulty switching between genres or they simply just often choose to stay in a […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Words’ by Kate Miller-Heidke.

With her outrageously beautiful voice, together with her flair for witty humour and poignant insight, Kate has drawn comparisons to, […]

Interview with Sabrina Stone: That NYC musician, talking music.

Talking with artists about their music and ideas is at times tough, especially if you are dealing with a stressed […]

Interview with 2018 ARIA Award nominee Fanny Lumsden.

It doesn’t surprise me that a host of amazing Australian female musicians are ruling the airwaves and charts across this […]

Interview with The Bambi Kills.

In another life, Vanessa and Elly Velinsky, both played in their own respective bands – Vanessa from indie outfit With […]

“I love writing big idea songs that every person can relate to…”: Interview with Courtney Marie Andrews.

When you hear a voice like Courtney Marie Andrews, it’s hard not to feel moved by its strength and remarkable […]

Guitar Heroes: Siobhan Wilson’s ‘Whatever Helps’.

I was recently thrilled to hear how the incredibly talented Siobhan Wilson’s album There Are No Saints was nominated and shortlisted […]