No 30-ish adult can ever truly call themselves a “Millennial” if they haven’t jammed to “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” or belted the first words to the “Circle of Life” like it’s a rallying cry. Anyone who lived Disney would have a personal list of their favourite songs.
Frenzal Rhomb guitarist, former Triple J Breakfast host, and current ABC Illawarra radio presenter Lindsay McDougall talks about making the change from punk rock to radio.
The single greatest year for music didn’t belong to the Boomers but to Gen X.
Heavy metal’s effect on your brain can go deeper than just feeling light headed after head-banging in the front row of a concert.
Music entertainment giant MTV celebrates 40 years on air this week, however its current legacy is a mere shadow of its former glory.
Created by Dash Buxton. For some, the sound of crackling vinyl and a turntable finding the track represents nostalgia! Meanwhile, records are a novelty that are coming back with force for the new generation who’ve only know music as a file in their phone or laptop. In this 3 minute piece that went to air […]
In January 2020, I embarked on a roadtrip with 3 friends to drive from the inner west of Sydney down to Melbourne just before I started my Tafe course. The purpose of the trip was to travel down to watch football (soccer), with us following our team Sydney FC away to Melbourne for the annual […]
Before Muse, I’d never heard of the genre “space rock” before. But after hearing it, it immediately made sense to me. Science fiction loving musicians trying to best replicate the themes of sci-fi and the sense of awe from the genre. Muse, led by lead singer Matt Bellamy (and his love of magical mushrooms) write […]
Lana Del Rey, was born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant on June 21, 1985, in New York City. Her teenage life in the small community of Lake Placid, was dominated by her drinking habit which her parents would then send her to Kent School, a boarding school in Connecticut. By the age of 18, Del Rey was […]
The late 90’s saw the birth of countless garage rock bands and a whole new wave of alternative music. Lots of bands came and went, delivering often one major release and then returning to obscurity. Some of them get lucky and get a hit single which gives them a lifeline. Seattle band Harvey Danger’s 1997 […]