Tag: Indie Pop

The Hottman Sisters are about to set the world on fire!

Just when you think you have worked out The Hottman Sisters they surprise you with a new track that doesn’t […]

Never Let Her Go: Interview with Sarah Blasko.

Back in February upon its release I had earmarked Sarah Blasko’s Depth of Field as my pick for the best album […]

Interview: Alex Gow talks about Oh Mercy’s new release Café Oblivion.

In 2015, Alex Gow walked away with an ARIA Music Award, for his album When We Talk About Love. Somewhere […]

Interview with the wistful songstress Molly Burch.

The talented Molly Burch was one of last year’s breakout artists. I discovered her debut album Please Be Mine, like […]

Interview with the talented showman Darling James.

As a whole, Melbourne’s local music scene is incredibly diverse and has often been described as Australia’s live music capital. […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Singer Songwriter Lisa Mitchell has still ‘So Much To Say’!

I am here today to talk about the very talented Lisa Mitchell. Last week she released her new album Warriors and […]