"What I feel when I’m playing guitar is completely cold and crazy," High on Rebellion, Patti Smith.
Women Who Rock shines a light on the amazingly talented female musicians and artists from Sydney and around the world. If you’re interested in finding out about the future of rock today, this is the podcast for you. This podcast is dedicated to the memory of Carolyn Sophie Grace Mason.
Brooke Singer (Home Alone Music // French for Rabbits)
Brooke Singer both co-runs Wellington-based record label Home Alone Music (www.homealonemusic.co.nz) and fronts New Zealand dream pop outfit French For Rabbits (www.frenchforrabbits.bandcamp.com).
We spoke about improvising during troubled times, supporting niche musical styles and the political landscape in New Zealand.
Watch the video for 'The Tunnel' here:
Helena Massey is a Sydney songwriter who has just released an album called Brothers Puffins & Half Skulls.
We spoke about dealing with grief, a yearning for your ancestors and pot plants.
Listen to Brothers Puffins & Half Skulls here:
Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys are an Americana-infused folk act from Sydney.
I spoke with Caitlin Harnett about the first gig back at The Lansdowne, re-ignited creative pursuits and The Tamworth Hotel.
You can listen to Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys here: https://caitlinharnett.bandcamp.com/
Also, listen to music from Maxim Skilbeck-Porter, who sadly passed away:
Jess Dale is a Sydney singer/songwriter who spans country, blues and Americana (www.facebook.com/jessdalemusic).
We spoke about growing up with great music, our perception of climate change during the pandemic and breaking a live music drought.
Amy Viola uses a loop pedal and a viola to make her own indie folk music (www.amyviola.com/).
We spoke about pivoting during COVID 19, the difference between classical and contemporary performance and musical mindfulness.
Melanie April is an indie folk singer songwriter from Wollongong (www.facebook.com/mel.april.music).
We spoke about jumping head first into phone-based videos, Japanese rock and the plight of some ants.
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