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Monday 24 January 2011
Featured Music

interview: catcall

Shannon Andreucci
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What do you get when you mix a dash of lo-fi disco synth, a pinch of cosmic pop sensuality and a smidgen of soulful songwriting? Catcall. Catherine Kelleher is the spearhead of this Sydney-based sonic outfit and has been making waves in the music pool with her soon-to-be released debut album ‘The Warmest Place’ that…
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Wednesday 19 January 2011
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interview: anna lunoe

Shannon Andreucci
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How many people can say that in 2010 they traveled the world, met Salt N Pepa, became Ministry of Sounds’ first female mixer, attended an exclusive Steve Aoki party or were featured in Vogue Magazine? Not many I bet. Well, Anna Lunoe achieved all of these impressive feats last year, thanks to her flourishing career…
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Thursday 6 January 2011
Featured Music

the cream of the musical crop: top 5 records of 2010

Shannon Andreucci
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2010 was an outstanding year in music. We really were spoilt with an array of unparalleled albums from all over this wide world of ours. That’s why when I was asked to select my top 5 picks of the year I genuinely struggled to cull my list of at least 27 great records to a…
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Wednesday 22 December 2010
Featured Music

interview: sophie hanlon

Shannon Andreucci
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Move over Alice. There’s a new visionary in Wonderland. Her name is Sophie Hanlon, a 20-year-old theatrical singer/songwriter with an imaginative lust for fiction, fancy dress, soulful blues music and poetic lyricism. She left the Mother Country at the age of 14 for Australian shores and has begun to carve herself out a niche in…
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Wednesday 24 November 2010
Music

live music review: thirsty merc

Shannon Andreucci
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If this were an album review, I’d be giving Thirsty Merc’s latest musical offspring “Mousetrap Heart” a crucifying evaluation. I’d simply label it a non-ground breaking, disappointingly compliant and regretfully catchy follow-up to their second studio album and close the books right there. But being a live gig review, Rai Thistlethwayte and Co’s surprisingly engaging…
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