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Monday 31 March 2014
Music

live music review: i know leopard, the workers club, 27 march 2014

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Photo by: Rhiannon Tuffeild Tiny candles and the odd light bulb line the wood-panelled, cork walls of the dimly-lit gig room at The Workers Club. It’s five minutes past eight and the first supporting act of I Know Leopard are echoing calm, acoustic melodies to a small, scattered crowd. Little Dreamer, a four-piece band with…
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Friday 15 November 2013
Arts Music

album review: be kind, unwind, feelings

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Be Kind, Unwind is everything happy in the world. It is Sunday mornings, pancakes, walking out of a final exam, singing in the shower, decorating your house, breakfast in bed. It is all the pleasant things crushed together and welded into a catchy, upbeat album, brought to you by a trio of familiar rockers from…
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Thursday 24 October 2013
Arts Music

interview: rosie catalano

Rhiannon Tuffield
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 Rosie Catalano possesses an air of ethereality that many of us can only derive from films or fairytales. Her hauntingly beautiful songs and whimsical video clips transport you to an Alice in Wonderland-esque world – where everything beautiful has something to hide. Rosie’s combination of dreamy vocals and gentle guitar work captivates the listener alone,…
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Tuesday 16 July 2013
Arts Music

ep review: the great imposter, find structure through the chaos

Rhiannon Tuffield
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If you’re a fan of cabaret-rock, and have ever wondered what would happen if Ben Folds Five and The Dresden Dolls did the nookie, then look no further. The result of this tryst would be The Great Imposter, a Melbourne-based, piano-led, cabaret-rock troupe, arriving on the scene with their debut EP Find Structure Through the…
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Thursday 18 April 2013
Music

interview and EP review: munro melano

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Munro Melano’s debut EP Running Round is short and sweet – but it’s the kind of short and sweet that leaves you hungry for more and a little dissatisfied that the three-track EP wasn’t a full-length album instead.  Although it’s a quick listen, Running Round does not disappoint. With a slow, steady drum intro and…
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Friday 30 November 2012
Culture Music

Interview : Joe Robinson

Rhiannon Tuffield
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A lot can be said about Joe Robinson, whose guitar playing proficiency has led critics to compare him to legendary guitarists well beyond his years. He was the charismatic teenager who won Australia’s Got Talent back in 2008, blowing audiences away with his perfect acoustic performances; the guy who released a full-length album at the…
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Thursday 15 November 2012
Music

ep review : black lakes, only for the woods

Rhiannon Tuffield
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  If you close your eyes as you listen to the opening track on Only for the Woods, you will feel as though you’ve been transported to another land. Imagine warm fires, worn picnic rugs, and a camp of gypsies dancing, clapping, and playing their guitars, banjos, and loud drums. The exotic food, beautiful wagons,…
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Tuesday 17 July 2012
Music

interview: nina las vegas

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Hard-working DJ Nina Las Vegas has been getting her voice heard all over Australia as Triple J’s Saturday night ‘House Party’ host. Named after the famous Elvis Presley tune Viva Las Vegas, she can also be found DJ’ing at clubs around Sydney most weekends, either solo or with her all-girl posse, Hoops – a three-piece…
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Monday 9 July 2012
Music

interview: pete reilly (the view)

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Everyone, at some stage, dreams of becoming a rock star. Whether you were nine years old, performing a collection of ‘So Fresh’ hits to your plush toys; or in a high school garage band, covering Tool or Metallica, wearing jeans that were way too tight. But you abandoned that fantasy; your parents told you to…
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