[Live Review] EMMA LOUISE

Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle Saturday October 15, 2016 : Taking to the Newcastle stage ethereal as ever in a snazzy silver suit, Emma Louise begins painting a picture in the air before she even sings a word, with outstretched arms and Continue reading [Live Review] EMMA LOUISE


Bar on the Hill, Newcastle Uni Thursday September 25, 2014 : Renown for their magnanimously energetic live shows, Ball Park Music, has been busy touring the country and steadily collecting hearts along the way with their infectious sound, witty lyricism Continue reading [Live Review] BALL PARK MUSIC


Civic Theatre, Newcastle Wednesday September 17, 2014 : Sneakily sweeping onto stage without too much attention, support act Vancouver Sleep Clinic wasted no time launching right on into their set. And instantly the Brisbane based 5-piece had the audience firmly Continue reading [Live Review] ANGUS + JULIA STONE

[Live Review] CELIA PAVEY

Lizotte’s, Kincumber Wednesday August 27, 2014 : After gracing our TV screens in 2013 on The Voice, Celia Pavey embedded herself into the minds of many with a combination of her radiant beauty, goddess like presence and ambrosial vocal ability. Continue reading [Live Review] CELIA PAVEY


MELODY POOL w/ MARLON WILLIAMS + JACOB PEARSON LIZOTTES KINCUMBER – August 10th Review by: Chloe Webb Settling in the cosy confides of Lizotte’s, Kincumber, under the glowing light of a full moon on an eerily still, clear winters night Continue reading [Live Review] MELODY POOL w/ MARLON WILLIAMS + JACOB PEARSON

[Interview] JAKE HOWDEN

A lot can happen in six months, but the thought of releasing not one, but two EP’s within that timeframe sounds like an intricate and inarguably demanding mission. But for local Central Coast singer/songwriter, JAKE HOWDEN, that notion is very much Continue reading [Interview] JAKE HOWDEN

[CD Review] BALL PARK MUSIC – Puddinghead

Renown for their infectiously witty take on indie-pop/rock, Ball Park Music has taken a bold DIY approach to their latest release Puddinghead; renting out a tattered fibro shack in suburban Brisbane in order to write, record and self-produce what would Continue reading [CD Review] BALL PARK MUSIC – Puddinghead

[CD Review] GEORGIA FAIR – Trapped Flame

Playing is safe was not an option for Jordan Wilson and Ben Riley, the Sydney-born, now Melbourne-based duo Georgia Fair. After spending much of 2012 recording demos in Mangrove Mountain, the pair packed their bags, LA bound, where they would Continue reading [CD Review] GEORGIA FAIR – Trapped Flame

[CD Review] ALEX LLOYD – Urban Wilderness

It has been long five years between solo releases but Alex Lloyd is back again.
 Written over six years, Urban Wilderness is a well-seasoned, eclectic mix of infectious pop with ample twists to keep it from being bound by definitive Continue reading [CD Review] ALEX LLOYD – Urban Wilderness

[CD Review] ARCADE FIRE – Reflektor

Heading in for my first taste of the magnanimously anticipated fourth album release from genre-defying Canadian band, Arcade Fire… I find myself standing outside my comfort zone, meandering in foreign land of transcendental sounds, elements and concepts. Coming from much more Continue reading [CD Review] ARCADE FIRE – Reflektor