Two Steps Forward is the new mature romantic comedy novel from beloved Australian authors, Graeme Simsion (The Rosie Project) and Anne Buist (Medea’s Curse).
In this interview, Neil speaks about making a living through art, how poetry has helped heal the scars of mental illness and what people can expect from his first Australian tour.
Whether you’re a self-confessed Francophile or just looking for a means of escapism, Now Let’s Dance may be the tonic you need to life’s ups and downs.
"'Telemann: Violin Sonatas' showcases not only Begelman’s talent for playing the violin, but perhaps even more so, the talent of self-taught German composer and multi-instrumentalist, Georg Philipp Telemann, who is responsible for the Baroque standards featured on this release."
There’s something altogether intriguing and special about "A Dangerous Crossing".
With two Meteor Music Awards to her name and a musical diversity not frequently seen in music these days, Irish singer-songwriter Wallis Bird has earned herself a slew of fans from all over the world.
It’s difficult to fault an album that is as diverse as this one.
“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.