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Tuesday 9 May 2017
Music

girl talk: 10 questions with bella venutti of IV league

Samantha Armatys
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You’ve probably heard the name IV League because they are a band that have been killing it on the Australian music scene since they appeared in 2015. Hailing from Melbourne, the group began as a duo with partners Bella Venutti and Lachie Gilmour messing around in their garage, before expanding to a four piece with…
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Wednesday 4 July 2012
Music

interview: the khanz

lip magazine
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Over a warm beverage in The Rocks I caught up with The Khanz’s front man Themba and multi-instrumentalist Kat. I wanted to find out what they’ve been up to (musically) since Lipmag first interviewed them back in November. A lot it turns out, as they’ve been in a constant state of writing new songs, recording…
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Monday 28 May 2012
Music

q&a: eliza hull

Dunja Kay
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Singer/songwriter and Lip favourite, Eliza Hull, has been on the Melbourne music circuit for several years now, and is finally releasing her debut EP – to rave reviews! She had a chat to us about the EP, her female musician role models, and staying inspired! Tell us about your EP – how do you want…
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Thursday 19 April 2012
Music

interview: the jezabels

Alix Foley
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The Jezabels have a lot to be proud of; this four-piece indie pop band from Sydney won Triple J’s Unearthed competition in 2009 and subsequently pumped out three EPs to critical acclaim. Last year cemented that they’re here to stay: they had their single ‘Endless’ Summer place #9 in Triple J’s Hottest 100 and nominated…
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Thursday 2 February 2012
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interview: gold bloom

Dunja Kay
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They were picked by Triple J to play at Adelaide’s Laneway Festival, found their way onto Adelaide’s Big Day Out bill, and were selected as one of Rip It Up’s Hot 6 for 2012. What Gold Bloom haven’t done yet is release a recording! Lip had a chat to the Adelaide quartet about the big…
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Friday 13 January 2012
Music

interview: thee oh sees

Dunja Kay
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Speaking to Brigid Dawson of Thee Oh Sees is one of the oddest, and yet most enjoyable interviews I’ve ever done. It kind of feels like being on a first date, where you’re interested in what they’re saying, and they’re polite and informative, but it’s not until you hit on that magic question that brings…
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Thursday 1 December 2011
Music

playlists for the young and impressionable

lip magazine
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It’s hard to avoid the influence of mainstream commercial media on young girls. I should know: my seven year old daughter is heavily into princesses and ballerinas, while my six year old daughter loves butterflies and wearing pretty dresses. One of the ways I try to combat this is to reduce the amount of commercial…
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Wednesday 7 September 2011
Featured Music

how short dick man changed my life: women in music

Lisa Dib
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I am not one to normally fight fire with fire, but once I was old enough to ‘get’ the 20 Fingers song that bares this article’s title (and not just giggle with uncomfortable shock and awe at its easy use of profanity) I was secretly overjoyed that chicks were ‘getting their own back’. For so…
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Friday 1 July 2011
Music

interview: spoz

Dunja Kay
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When Adelaide residents say, ‘everyone knows everyone in Adelaide’, it’s not quite meant in a literal sense. It’s pretty easy to get around the city (so no one bothers travelling more than 15 minutes in any direction), people choose their universities according to convenience of location (so you end up clustered with your high school…
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