A Personal Note – Development

By craig ninness | July 2, 2016

If someone would have suggested to me that I should make an app that would help musicians gain more exposure whilst helping listeners find new local music, my initial response would have been “how would I even make such a thing?” As I sit here at 5 in the morning I begin to worry that I’m not…

Approaching Distance Like A Thief

By shane jovanovic | June 13, 2016

Like A Thief So I’ve just gotten off the phone with lead singer, guitarist, keyboardist and manager of the trio Like A Thief, Aaron Crosby. In short, succinct, and hardly-doing-them-justice terms, Like A Thief are what can be described as a reverent, feel-good – though occasionally melancholic – dance rock band. Another review on them…

Album covers and Album Art. Does it matter any more?

By shane jovanovic | May 22, 2016

In the Early 90’s, Mum came to me with a TV week magazine showing me a massive advert on the back page. It was a CD mail order scam. Buy 3 CD’s for $5! Coming from a mining town, she thought it was an inexpensive way to give us music as we were becoming more…

Finding Venues: The Railway Hotel, North Fremantle

By shane jovanovic | April 29, 2016

 Giving a Damn About Venues   We are musicians. We create music. We take inspiration and we hope to one day incite it. No matter if you’re a self-taught singer/songwriter pelting out tunes in your bedroom, a homegrown hip-hop trio from the inner-suburbs, or a fully fledged death metal symphony orchestra from the desert, what…