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Little May

Little May

Sydney indie-folk trio Hannah Field, Liz Drummond and Annie Hamilton were brought together by a love for music and songwriting to create the sweet and heartfelt melodies of Little May. Kendall Munns catches up with lead guitarist Annie in the lead up to their upcoming single launch.
The Rubens at the Forum Theatre

The Rubens at the Forum Theatre

The Rubens hit the scene last year with their debut LP, and have quickly won hearts in Australia and overseas. Kendall Munns was at their recent gig at Melbourne's Forum Theatre and experienced their unique rock and soul sound up close.
Ben Lee: Ayahuasca - Welcome to the Work

Ben Lee: Ayahuasca – Welcome to the Work

Ben Lee's ninth studio album is a soundtrack of love for the South American hallucinogenic ‘medicine’ Ayahuasca that Lee says transformed his life and reflects his inner journey. But who is this new Ben Lee? Kendall Munns finds out...
Katy Steele at The Toff in Town

Katy Steele at The Toff in Town

Fresh from New York City, singer, songwriter and guitarist Katy Steele of Perth-outfit Little Birdy has returned home to Australia to give her new solo material a spin and fans a taste of her forthcoming album. Kendall Munns reviews her recent Melbourne gig.
Riverboats Music Festival

Riverboats Music Festival

Give Kendall Munns a festival among the gum trees, with lots of portable loos, no drink queues, local produce, reasonably priced food and wine and quality Australian musical talent in an idyllic natural amphitheatre.
Regina Spektor: What We Saw From The Cheap Seats

Regina Spektor: What We Saw From The Cheap Seats

Regina Spektor’s sixth album 'What We Saw From the Cheap Seats' is full of sweet, playful pop ballads that alternate between the buoyant and quirky to haunting and moving, writes Kendall Munns.
Archie Roach: Into the Bloodstream

Archie Roach: Into the Bloodstream

Archie Roach is a true Australian talent. Kendall Munns reviews his new album, 'Into The Bloodstream' - an inspring and almost medicinal listen that deals with stories of hope in times of pain, love, loss and healing.
The Hello Morning

The Hello Morning

Melbourne rock outfit The Hello Morning have not taken a breather since the release of their debut album in February, setting off on their first national tour to launch new EP 'Without You'. Kendall Munns catches up with lead singer Steven Clifford.
3XY or I Die: A Portrait of Melbourne Punk Rocker Ron Rude

3XY or I Die: A Portrait of Melbourne Punk Rocker Ron Rude

The man best known for instigating a hunger strike in a local record store and threatening to drown himself in a bucket of water because Melbourne radio station 3XY would not play his songs is the subject behind long-running play 3XY OR I DIE - the story of punk rocker Ron Rude. Kendall Munns reviews...
The Hello Morning

The Hello Morning

Kendall Munns reviews The Hello Morning at the Northcote Social Club in Melbourne for the launch of their single Stone Cold Lover and chats to Steven Clifford about their upcoming debut album.
Eat With Me: It’s A Social Network Thing

Eat With Me: It’s A Social Network Thing

Liisa Vurma, one of the hungry minds behind Eat With Me, realised food is a forum to meet like-minded people, your neighbours and even people travelling to your country, so she came up with the idea to design a website where people could find other people to share a meal with.
From Australia to Spain, For the Love of Food

From Australia to Spain, For the Love of Food

Discovering there was far more to Spain than churros, Casey Death launched the Biznaga Travel Company for Australians wanting to experience a one of a kind culinary tour. Kendall Munns chats to her about Biznaga and her home, Australia.