Category: Women in Music

Still making her own magic: Interview with Sarah McLeod.

So few artists can really lay claim to a career as diverse and lively as Sarah McLeod. From the glory […]

“I wanted to be as aggressive and intimidating as all my favorite vocalists”: Larissa Vale on Black Satellite and their debut album.

Black Satellite are duo Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken and I recently compared them to aspects of Garbage’s crossover heavy sound. […]

Confessions Of A Songstress: My chat with ELKI.

There is a distinct quality to ELKI’s stunning vocals and sound that caught my attention a few months back that […]

To Infinity and Beyond with Alex The Astronaut!

Alex Lynn, better known as Alex The Astronaut, is such a gentle and even-tempered young woman that it’s hard not […]

‘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 […]

Raz Tilley: Flying solo with street-smart sensibility.

Raz Tilley might be hard to pigeonhole, but I have to hand it to her, she’s a smart and fiercely […]

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. […]

When it comes to creative collaborations, rock string quintet Electric 5, know a thing or two about captivating an audience.

Electric 5’s lead single, an amazing cover rendition of Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’, should go some way towards convincing you that you’re […]

Being True To Herself: My chat with musician Ali Barter.

Ali Barter is definitely a breath of fresh of air in my town! Though I have to admit I didn’t […]

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 […]