RAMONA WORKSHOPS: PERIOD WITCHES

Q&A: Performance artist Taquirah on her new self-lovin’ track, Lonely

Writing by Molly McKew // Inspired by stories of women walking away from unhealthy relationships, whether romances or friendships, Taquirah wrote ‘Lonely’, a track about embracing solitude and loving yourself. We chat to the singer, dancer and performance artist about the story behind the single, the incredible video, and making the move from dancer to singer.

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Q&A: Sammi Constantine

Writing by Rose Sejean // Ramona music were lucky enough to chat to gutsy pop queen Sammi Constantine about her new single ‘Watch Yourself’, her first true songwriting inspiration, and her love of coffee.

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Q&A: Aussie legend Ella Hooper

Writing by Rose Sejean // She first burst onto the Aussie music scene in 2000 as the dreadlocked, pierced lead vocalist of Killing Heidi. Now the brilliant and uber-cool Ella Hooper is set to rip up the stage at BIGSOUND Festival. The award winning songwriter chats to Rose Sejean about her new single, ‘To The Bone’, career lessons and some great advice for new musicians.

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AMAZING BABE: Nashville country singer-songwriter, Abi

Interview of Abi by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Born and raised in Texas, moved to California at the age of 11, and now living in Nashville! I grew up listening to country and doing a bunch of musical theatre, so performing and singing country became second nature and my biggest passion at a young age.

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Q&A: We catch up with captivating folk-songstress Emma Anglesey

Interview by Molly McKew // Tasmanian born Emma Anglesey has spent the last year touring with iconic folk-country band the Waifs, and performing at festivals such at Woodford Folk Festival, MONA FOMA and Party in the Paddock. Her latest single ‘It Swells My Heart’ is a hypnotic and subtly addictive track from her new album Some Things Can’t Be Undone. We just loved the track and were excited to chat to the word-spinner and songstress about writing the album, her first ever song, and Boy George’s cookbook. 

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