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Interview: Crooked Colours Words: Jenny Nguyen Electro infused three piece, Crooked Colours, hail from Perth - a city home to some of the most innovative bands in contemporary Australian music. I interviewed Paul Slabber who plays guitar in the band. JN: Congrats on the new EP, In Your Bones, how does it feel to play sold out shows having just released a few tracks? PS: It's feel

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Interview: Luna and Sapphire Snow Words: Max Cooper Luna and Sapphire Snow are the owners of Adelaide-based burlesque company Peaches 'n' Gin Burlesque. They're also two of the performers in the upcoming Adelaide Burlesque Festival. Distinct from the Cabaret Festival (though coincidentally on at the same time) this show will tour around Australia and highlight some amazing lo

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Interview: Christina Lacey of The Paper Kites Words: Jenny Nguyen JN: Congrats on the release of the album, States. How does it feel have such positive reception for your debut album? CL: It's always a bit daunting releasing something new, and especially as it was our first full length album. There was a bit of anxious wait in the build up to it, but we couldn't be happier with

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Interview: Cecilia Low Words: Max Cooper I spoke to Cecilia Low ahead of the opening of her cabaret show They Say She's Different, which she says is at it's heart 'just myself, mainly, playing Betty Davis'. She was not only excited for the show's debut but also to expose people to the story of a woman who fascinates her. She said that 'a lot of people, probably,

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Interview: Caroline Nin   Words: Max Cooper   When I spoke to Caroline Nin about her show Songs & Stories of the Paris Lido, her most immediate feeling was nervousness. 'As a performer you're always nervous in the lead up to shows, you think about everything and it's quite a big task so you can get quite nervous'. This is even coming up to her 'fourth time at

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Interview: Loon Lake Words: Jenny Nguyen Melbourne indie-rockers, Loon Lake, came to the nations attention in 2012 with their infectious release Cherry Lips. Touring throughout much of 2014, the band boasts a full length album with a more mature sound. Adelaide Uni Student radio director, Jenny Nguyen, spoke with Tim Lowe, Loon Lake bassist, last week to chat about the band’s musical j

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