Tag: Women in Music

On my stereo this week: ‘Warhol” by Lisa Mitchell.

Lisa Mitchell and her indie pop folk vibe and in particular her soft girly vocals hit an accord with me […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

What’s new, right now: ELKI’s new single “Movie”.

Sydney-based songstress ELKI remains an enigma even some eleven months since we last spoke to her. She still continues to […]

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 […]