Ultimately, Tuesday night was a triumphant return to form for Fields. While she made the most of the seated shows last year, there’s something special about having a dance with your mates and watching the band do the same.
Though facing teething pains, Yours & Owls is a return to form for live music in this state and for festivals on a wider scale. With acts performing at 100 and music-starved attendees ready to dance their feet off, it’s a promising sign of what’s to come.
WORDS AND IMAGES BY TALYA JACOBSON When you think about university O-week gigs, you think of open mic nights, karaoke events and toga parties. But those who flooded the UNSW Roundhouse during O-week 2020 discovered something a little different when Vera Blue took to the stage, presenting possibly the biggest O-week gig university life hasContinue reading “LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY // Vera Blue (Roundhouse UNSW)”
WORDS + IMAGES BY TALYA JACOBSON There was a bit of rain across Sydney last Friday evening, but that didn’t stop the crowds from coming into The Wanderer in Surry Hills. A small bar with a gorgeous ambience and a warm, homey feeling was the perfect setting for 15-year-old Lili Alaska and her father, PeterContinue reading “LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY // Lili Alaska (The Wanderer)”
WORDS BY TARA CAMPBELL Jack River- Album Review Stranger Heart Beginning with ambient Lonely River, fans of Jack River (Holly Rankin) are immediately presented with a newer side of the 28 year-old Australian singer. Progressing through the album, listeners are met with the familiar Later Flight, with notable lyrics; a deep love song. “I willContinue reading “ALBUM REVIEW // Stranger Heart EP (Jack River)”