Review by Molly McKew and Rose Sejean // Photographs by Emily Blackburn // Ramona Music Editors, Molly McKew and Rose Sejean were lucky enough to review the legendary Tina Arena during the Melbourne leg of her Innocence to Understanding Greatest Hits tour. Here are their afterthoughts!Read More
Writing by Rose Sejean // To celebrate the success of her debut album Reservoir, Rose Sejean chats to rising folk-tronica star, Gordi about pushing through the necessary discomfort of growth, balancing studies with a flourishing music career, and reminding teens that things only get better from here.
Interview of artists by Melani Violet // Each year, the Australian music industry and its loyal music lovin’ groupies set up camp in Brisbane’s sun-kissed Fortitude Valley for a week of conferences and new music showcases. Ramona music intern Melani Violet got chatting with just some of the must-hear female artists wowing at BIGSOUND 2017.Read More
Review by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Accompanied by a stunning, cinematic video, Legends tells the story of a couple who fall in love, get married, have a child *you know the whole fairy-tale* until one day their happy ending comes to an abrupt finish.Read More
Review and interview by Aisling Grey // Winners of the 2016 Melbourne Music Bank competition, Tempus Sun have revealed their debut single, OWLS. Aisling Grey reviews the track and chats with lead vocalist Rya Park.Read More
Writing and Interview by Rose Sejean // Kennedy Shaw has hit the music scene with a fresh take on 80s synth-pop and a 90s girl-punk undertone. We recently bonded over her new single, her first encounter with feminism, and our shared love of Bikini Kill.Read More
Writing by Rose Sejean // We’re thrilled to be premiering, ‘Stay’ the brand new single from Melbourne electronic duo, SAATSUMA. Hot off the release of their previous track, ‘Isolate’, the duo give us a taste of what to expect from their upcoming debut album. Be one of the first to hear it!Read More
Review of Mostly Worried by Aisling Grey // Mostly Worried feels personal, an impressive debut recording that resonates far beyond the studio in which it was recorded. From the first listen, it grabs a hold of the listener and insists on quiet unrest and introspection as each haunting track casts a shadow.Read More