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Author: Mick Radojkovic

PREMIERE: Zeadala – Pain Body

Written by on 30 May 2019

With a pure and raw RnB influenced voice that cuts through the chilled ’90s-esque vibe, Pain Body sees singer-songwriter Zeadala staking a claim for one of the freshest voices in Australia right now and you can groove to it first right here on Lunchbox. Inspired by Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now and his writings […]

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REVIEW: Lisa Caruso, Ben Panucci, Elizabeth Fader

Written by on 9 April 2019

Waywards @ The Bank 4 April 2019 The tender, dark and delicate voice of Elizabeth Fader suited the cosy and dark Waywards stage. Despite just a scattering of early-arrivals, they were super-attentive and hanging off every fragile lyric. With a song about the Marrickville Bowlo, the awkward moment of calling for encores when you don’t […]

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BATTS invites you on a journey through space

Written by on 7 April 2019

A debut album is something to cherish for any artist and for Tanya Batt, her debut BATTS album, The Grand Tour, holds an even more special connection to her as it combines two of her loves – music and space. The concept album, based on the NASA project of Voyager 1, a space probe that […]

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Little May: New beginnings, members and music

Written by on 21 January 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]“To have people interested in something you do is really nice”. Liz Drummond hasn’t done an interview for a while so it makes our chat about the return of Little May even more special. New single, Lover, released late in 2018, is a stunning return, combining the sweetness we’ve come to know with a new […]

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Bloods: On feelings, SXSW and shredding

Written by on 17 December 2018

Bloods are the sort of band that don’t mind taking their time. With their first album, Work It Out, being released in 2014, many doors opened, including their first visit to the US as a band, along with their first South By Southwest (SXSW) Festival. Four years later, taking their pop-punk ethos and turning it into a more refined sound, the four-piece from Sydney have released […]

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REVIEW: Maddy Jane, Eliza & The Delusionals, Spit Chewy

Written by on 14 December 2018

A freak #SydneyStorm prevented this reviewer from making the start of Spit Chewy, but the last two songs of their set – well supported by an early Lansdowne crowd that were encouraged not to be “lamos” by the Facebook event – showcased a perky grunge sound that has seen the band getting some well-deserved supports and attention.  Eliza & The Delusionals have been taking a slowly but […]

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Kira Puru: On the complexities of pop, finding her sound and going on tour

Written by on 19 November 2018

The bass line infiltrates your body and consumes you. Then beat frees you and moves you. For those three and a half minutes, you don’t care where you are – all you can feel is the music. This is just a small example of what Kira Puru’s music can do. Since taking the step away from her band, The Bruise, and embarking on a solo career towards to […]

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Angie McMahon: On Learning How To Be Driven, Slowly

Written by on 30 August 2018

Like many musicians, Angie McMahon’s musical path started with the youthful stress of piano lessons. The pressure of knowing that you should practice between lessons is something that has haunted many a teenager in their quest to justify their parents spending money on a musical education whilst also wanting to play music like their idols. […]

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Odette: Exploring her past, her dreams and the spaces in between

Written by on 17 July 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With just a month till her 21st birthday, Georgia Odette Sallybanks, who has assumed her middle name as an artist, is preparing to step over that threshold into ‘adulthood’. It’s a theoretical reference to the dawning of a new chapter in life and there’s seems to be no coincidence that her debut album is released […]

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