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  • Troy Goes On A Freedom Ride

    Troy Goes On A Freedom Ride

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James JUST LAST NIGHT Troy Cassar-Daley performed in Wagga Wagga to support his mate Dale Allison from Allison’s Music and Joe Williams to help raise awareness and education about Depression. On his Facebook he wrote “Can...
  • SPECIAL 200th Interview Edition – Josh Pyke

    SPECIAL 200th Interview Edition – Josh Pyke

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James JOSH PYKE IS one of those of singers/songwriters who loves when his lyrics can mean something completely different from one person to the next. To me, this is a sign of a selfless artist who...
  • REVIEW: But For All These Shrinking Hearts – Josh Pyke

    REVIEW: But For All These Shrinking Hearts – Josh Pyke

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James JOSH PYKE HAS one of the most distinctive voices in Australian music. Through masterfully poetic lyrics, he immediately puts us at ease. His fifth album should strike a chord with fans, especially those in their...
  • Gigs ‘n Interviews’ Undiscovered Find – Perch Creek Puts A New Spin Of Keeping It In The Family Business

    Gigs ‘n Interviews’ Undiscovered Find – Perch Creek Puts A New Spin Of Keeping It In The Family Business

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James BEFORE THE VICTORIAN band Perch Creek begin their tour after the release of the single “Mama Sings”, you should know some interesting facts about this quirky five piece band from Victoria. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedin
  • Pseudo Echo Still A Crowd Favourite

    Pseudo Echo Still A Crowd Favourite

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWords by JACQUI JAMES IN 1986 PSEUDO Echo burst to Number 1 in Australia with their new-wave electronic pop sound with their version of “Funky Town. The following year the dance-filler single hit Number 1 in New Zealand and...
  • REVIEW: Monterey – The Milk Carton Kids

    REVIEW: Monterey – The Milk Carton Kids

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James THIS ALBUM IS a real pleasure. In an era of heavy production and looped instruments, The Milk Carton Kids use just acoustic guitar and their gorgeous, harmonious vocals on Monterey. Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedin
  • Gigs ‘n Interviews’ Undiscovered Find – The Angelic Evangeline

    Gigs ‘n Interviews’ Undiscovered Find – The Angelic Evangeline

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James NINETEEN YEAR-OLD Victorian singer/songwriter Evangeline is about to release her latest single “CHEMICVL”.  Unlike most singles that are released, “CHEMICVL” tackles tough subjects including overdosing on drugs, depression and suicide, things Evangeline has personally experienced...
  • Chocolate Starfish Return To Give Rockin’ Gigs

    Chocolate Starfish Return To Give Rockin’ Gigs

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James IF YOU WENT to Melbourne’s Pure Gold Live on Friday or Saturday night you were treated to a phenomenal line-up of twelve Aussie acts in four hours! It reminded us of the “olden days” where...
  • REVIEW: Sound & Color – Alabama Shakes

    REVIEW: Sound & Color – Alabama Shakes

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James SOUND & COLOR ALABAMA SHAKES ARE YOU ALREADY missing summer? Sound & Color might be just what you need. It’s a good substitute to put you back into a fun-loving, carefree mood. The opening title...
  • Leo Sayer Still Has A Zest For Life At 60

    Leo Sayer Still Has A Zest For Life At 60

    Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinWORDS BY Jacqui James LEO SAYER HAS still the work ethic “the show must go on” as he celebrates his 60th birthday in 2015. As well as releasing his latest album Don’t Wait Until Tomorrow, on Saturday he’s wrapping...

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