Tag: Women in Music

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

The lasting legacy of Fiona Apple.

Marking the end of 2016, Fiona Apple performed an impassioned version of her Anti-Trump Christmas parody “Trump’s Nuts Roast on an Open Fire”, […]

Interview: LA WITCH talk about touring, gig posters and their blistering self-titled debut album.

An almost 8,000 miles flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne (last week) and a case of jet lag couldn’t dampen […]

Baring her soul and music to the world: Interview with folk singer songwriter Anna Tivel.

From the outset, Portland-based Anna Tivel has been a singer songwriter with an explicit goal of telling her captive audience […]

Cut Above The Rest: Interview with classical pianist Anna Fedorova.

Whether it is the thrill of rock n roll or the magical overtures of the great composers, I couldn’t imagine […]

Interview with Jazz Bassist Linda May Han Oh

Born in Malaysia and raised in Perth, Western Australia, as a teen Linda May Han Oh discovered the upright bass. […]

Meg Mac on fans, touring and her acclaimed album Low Blows.

It doesn’t come as a surprise that fans and industry insiders have embraced Meg Mac, especially her raw explosive vocals. […]