Sarah McLeod Keeps On Killin’ It

words: jade kennedy featured photo: brittany long   “Don’t worry ‘bout a thing, ‘cause every little thing gonna be alright…” When Sarah McLeod from The Superjesus serenades you with Bob Marley down the phone from her home in country Victoria while the world around you is going mad, it’s pretty well guaranteed to put a smile on your face. And make you believe her. It’s Thursday … Continue reading Sarah McLeod Keeps On Killin’ It

Everything Is Wonderful For Art Alexakis

words: Jade Kennedy   Last year was a somewhat selfish one for Art Alexakis – a fact he himself will happily admit. The Everclear front man released his debut solo record, Sun Songs, and toured it throughout the UK, Canada and USA. He announced the tour, which began in May 2019, in a somewhat odd fashion – by penning an open letter to fans disclosing his … Continue reading Everything Is Wonderful For Art Alexakis

Ready to Marvel Complex with Montaigne

Hi Jess, how are you?Yeah I’m good. So where do I find you today? I’m at home at the moment, I live in Sydney so I’ve just been rock climbing, and I’m just making some toast now. Well Congratulations on the release of Ready, can I just say what a fantastic song that is! Thank you. So can you tell me a bit about it? What’s the … Continue reading Ready to Marvel Complex with Montaigne

River Sessions – Regional Festival Ramps Up

With River Sessions festival just days away, Girl figured it was time to chat to Festival Director Michael Delaney, who kindly took some time away from last-minute prep to chat to us about the event. The festival, which this year features acts like Amy Shark, The Rubens, Illy, LDRU, Middle Kids and Skegss, has been running for a number of years. Delaney has only recently … Continue reading River Sessions – Regional Festival Ramps Up

Butterfingers Ready For Big Breakfast Tour

words: Jade Kennedy             There seems to be something about Aussie hip hop and breakfast – The Waitress Song made Seth Sentry a household name and, long before that, Brisbane independent debut album Breakfast at Fatboys landed Butterfingers on the ARIA charts, triple j’s Hottest 100 and scored them an ARIA nomination. This year marks the “accidental classic’s” 15thanniversary – … Continue reading Butterfingers Ready For Big Breakfast Tour

On The Eves of Something Big

Eves Karydas is a force to be reckoned with. In just a few short months the Australian singer has added a number of achievements to an already extensive and impressive musical resume. Now she has a new album dropping later this month which is bound to impress both existing and new fans. Girl at a Rock Show‘s India Marx spoke to Karydas about her upcoming release, … Continue reading On The Eves of Something Big

Caravãna Sun’s Beauty, Pain and Creative New Direction

For the last 10 years, Aussie band Caravãna Sun have forged a musical career out of upbeat, feel-good sometimes frenetic songs. However, the release of their latest single, ‘Beauty and the Pain’ challenges their signature sound as the band explores new musical territory. Girl at a Rock Show‘s India Marx had a chat with singer-songwriter Ant Beard, Caravãna Sun’s vocalist and bass guitarist, about the band’s new … Continue reading Caravãna Sun’s Beauty, Pain and Creative New Direction

Five Minute Intro To: The Wayward Franklins

There’s a new band on Townsville’s music scene, and they’re not here to sit back quietly. The Wayward Franklins only emerged as a complete outfit earlier this year, but the individually seasoned musicians (some may recognise drummer Damien McCluskey as the former frontman of Three Mile Road) have brought together an eclectic mix of inspiration and experience to create the region’s freshest bluesy punk rock … Continue reading Five Minute Intro To: The Wayward Franklins

The Tea Party 20 Years Into Transmission

The Tea Party is without a doubt the best thing to come out of Canada, with the exception maybe of Terrance and Phillip. Maybe. Vocalist Jeff Martin has since based himself on the East Coast of Australia, whilst band mates Jeff Burrows and Stuart Chatwood still call Canada home. The band is embarking on a tour of Australia in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Transmission, … Continue reading The Tea Party 20 Years Into Transmission