FILM REVIEW: HER SOUND, HER STORY

  In the nineties, The Go-Betweens’ Lindy Morrison made the documentary, Australian Women In Rock & Pop Music- Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves. Fast forward to 2018 and the film Her Sound, Her Story documents many of the same issues that are still relevant. Gender disparity in the music industry is a pervasive issue with Play Your Gender from Canada…

TV REVIEW: THE MOLLY MELDRUM STORY

  If he’s not the King then Ian “Molly” Meldrum is undoubtedly the Queen of Australian music. The broadcaster, raconteur, producer, TV presenter, journalist, band manager and passionate music fan has seen and done it all. To celebrate some 50 years in the music industry as well as his upcoming induction into the ARIA Hall…

ALBUM REVIEW: ALEX LLOYD – URBAN WILDERNESS

It has been five years since Alex Lloyd released a solo album but in that time he had a break like John Lennon. He was busy caring for his brood of children (he now has four) and was busy writing music for other acts (like Passenger) plus producing and working on soundtracks (including collaborating with the Pigram Brothers for the Mad…

ALBUM REVIEW: KASEY CHAMBERS & SHANE NICHOLSON – WRECK & RUIN

Four years on from the debut collaboration between Australia’s long-standing queen of country Kasey Chambers and her husband Shane Nicholson, Wreck & Ruin is a diverse collection of songs that fits neatly into blues, gospel, country, folk and bluegrass traditions. Like Johnny and June Carter Cash, this husband-and-wife duo are talented songwriters in their own…