“The highlight is just getting another album out. The music industry’s changed a lot the last few years. I’m lucky that I’ve got a label who let me do my own thing and record the songs I want to record,” he says. “The thing that has always appealed to me in this genre is the stories. You can only write so many love songs – and that’s predominantly what pop music is in one form or another – I like that too, that’s cool. But I like being able to explore other things with the lyric in this genre.”
Carnovsky and Kate Davies' "Illumanatomy" takes the cake for the budding scientist or special bookworm in your life.
Once you start Forgotten, you’re in for the long haul … and believe me, it’s an awesome ride.
Brother/sister duo Wild Belle (otherwise known as Elliot and Natalie Bergman) return with their second album, Dreamland, out now through Columbia Records/Sony Music Australia.
"We would rather share something special like this so everyone has a chance to interpret it how they would like, especially with people have been affected by loss, sacrifice and hardship."
Kalesti Butler looks beyond the traditional bush balladeer songs that governed her early career with the release of her second album, Airborne.
Dutch flutist Felicia van den End’s "Sonoro" is an impressive debut album which showcases the young musician’s versatility.
Her writing is magnetic, keeping you hooked until the very end and often surprising from the story’s frequent twists and turns. The subject matter may be a little controversial given the world’s current state of events, but that for me is what makes this book so engaging.
Sydney-based electronic duo MOZA may be best known on the Australian music scene for their collaborations with the likes of Running Touch, Paces and even Tina Arena. Now, MOZA are set to step into the spotlight for real with their latest single, Keep Up.
J.L. Carrell’s thriller, The Shakespeare Secret, has drama worthy of The Bard himself.