“As you get older you start to stop writing about ‘my life’s hard’ and ‘fuck the man’, and start writing about real things and real problems, which is great. It’s always refreshing when you’re listening back to your music and not cringe at what you are singing about.”
“Once upon a time, people did something all their life, it defined them. These days people don’t have a tendency to do that, most people will change jobs in as short a space of time as 18 months, it’s quite remarkable. I don’t criticise that, but it’s not who I am.”
In a day which pays tribute to craft beer and the people behind the crisp, refreshing creations, the Bendigo Craft Beer and Cider Festival is dedicated to supporting and celebrating the regions best brewers, especially Bendigo’s own local legends.
One of Geelong’s favourite club destinations, UNO Danceclub is set to celebrate its second birthday this month with two headline acts Cyril Hahn and Secondcity as well as a slew of local acts. We had a chat with Adam Metwally, one of the masterminds behind the event. If you see him around, swing a slice of cake his way.
They came out saying ‘mums of Australia are going to hate it,’ and whilst the verdict is still out on that one, the general consensus is that this album is pretty fucking awesome.
Perhaps it’s the vision board that’s helped Janeva set her sights on her music career, but more likely it’s her humble nature and raw talent that has already seen her work with the likes of London Topaz, LDRU and Dugong Jr. With her first solo single released (‘You & I), she’s well onto achieving her goals.
A short while ago, in a neighbourhood a few kilometres away, five young guys started jamming together above a café. Flash forward nearly two years and those guys, making music as Jakubi, are now packing US venues and selling out shows back home.