Writing by Molly Mckew // London born and raised Millie Turner has just released her new EP, the dreamy, catchy, and optimistic, Hide+Seek. We were lucky enough to ask the singer a few questions about her musical journey so far.
Interview by Freya Bennett // Building You Up, the novel & soundtrack, are about the same story. That story is about a young girl who is dealing with the first onset of a depleting mental state and the different ways humans cope with such things. It’s a story about learning that love and loss are like songs from the same record.
Interview by Rose Sejean // As we head into the final days of Ausmusic Month – four sweet weeks of band tees, nostalgic nods to Aussie music greats and, perhaps most crucially, getting amongst our emerging local talent – we thought we’d sit down with one of the freshest new kids on the block, MAYAH to talk debut single ‘Pray’, making music in 2019 and how the dissonance between online vs reality is still disturbingly present.Read More
Review by Molly Mckew & Freya Bennett // The Ramona team were lucky enough to go and see the incredible Montaigne at the Croxton in Thornbury – and fell in love with her theatrical, powerful and incredible performance.Read More
Writing by Molly Mckew // Ramona’s very own Ruby Jones, curator of our excellent monthly playlists, has just released her new single right in time for halloween, and we were lucky enough to chat to her about her creative process, songwriting, and “witchy coveny feminist music”. Ruby has also curated a Halloween playlist especially for Ramona mag, featuring of course, her brand new single. Scroll down for interview!Read More
Writing by Molly McKew // PARKER is a visual artist and musician, and has just released her new single ‘Can’t keep waiting’ along with a cinematic and award winning video clip. The meditative, ambient track has been released at the same time as PARKER’s artist residency and exhibition ‘You, me and that other thing.’ We were lucky enough to get into the record collection of the incredible multidisciplinary artist.Read More
Writing by Molly Mckew // Marie Ulven, aka girl in red, started writing songs when she was 14, and at 19 is already being called a queer role model for teenagers around the world. In the past year, Ulven has toured in Europe and the U.S, and in October is coming to Australia for the first time, playing a show at Sydney’s Lansdowne Hotel on October 8. We love everything about girl in red, so were excited to get into the mind of the v. cool singer in the lead up to her Australian tour.Read More