Category Archive: music

White Arrows interview

Carol Bowditch chatted to lead singer and founder of White Arrows, Mickey Church, ahead of their new album release and upcoming Australian tour with Jinja Safari and Opossom: Mickey Church is travelling through… Read More

Kate Nash – Underestimate The Girl

Written and recorded in less than 24 hours, Kate Nash is back with a new song. It’s a world away from the plinky-plonky piano pop with which she made her name, and follows… Read More

1929Indian at The Toff in Melbourne

Ebe Cassidy checked out a very mysterious gig from 1929Indian: Having arrived at the Toff on a chilly Wednesday night knowing very little about 1929Indian, I left the gig knowing very little more.… Read More

Friends at Scala, London

Something You Said contributor Golden Lady checked out Friends’ recent gig in London: Somewhere between Madonna’s Get into the Groove and Mariah Carey’s Touch My Body, lives a slightly demented lovechild of the two, named… Read More

Japandroids – Celebration Rock

Neil Martin chances upon one of the albums of the year so far. Maybe: Teenage angst is overrated. Sometimes the best way to deal with the uncertainties of youth is to accept that… Read More

Usher – Looking 4 Myself

The latest offering from Usher gets Liana Gow-Killingbeck a bit hot under the collar:  For his seventh studio album, Looking 4 Myself, Usher embarks on quite an adventure! Dabbling into a wider range of styles… Read More

A Place to Bury Strangers – Worship

Golden Lady opens her mind and gives a listen to the new LP from A Place to Bury Strangers. Here are her thoughts:  There’s clearly a formula in creating a shoe gazer’s soundtrack. It… Read More

Missy Higgins at Her Majesty’s Theatre

Jess O’Callaghan went to see the rebirth of Missy Higgins in Melbourne: Going to any sort of comeback tour, no matter who the artist is, can be a little bit terrifying. As someone… Read More

Why Zulu Winter won’t encore on tour

Carol Bowditch talks to Will Daunt of Zulu Winter in the midst of their hectic touring schedule: Zulu Winter are sardined in the back of a van, whizzing about the streets of London… Read More

Missy Higgins – The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle

After seven years, Nicole Dora at last has a listen to the very long awaited return of Missy Higgins:  It was 2004 when Missy Higgins came along and became a permanent etching on the Australian… Read More

Gonjasufi in London

Sydneysider Jemma Cole reviews her first ever London gig, and it almost brings her to tears: Gonjasufi is a man that has fallen under many different categorisations, including ‘space hip hop’, ‘electro Hendrix’,… Read More

The Jezabels at The Hordern Pavilion

When I first chanced upon The Jezabels a few years ago, in tiny Sydney venues supporting The Wahas and Bridezilla, I always thought they were pretty good. I never dreamed though that, in… Read More