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Interview with Cameron McKenzie of Aussie rock legends Horsehead

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If you grew up on Aussie ROCK in the 90’s then Horsehead will need no introduction. Songs like Oil & Water and She Fell To Earth were never far from my ears in that decade and in the years since. Fast forward to 2019 and Horsehead have just released all their albums digitally, as well as their Legacy Boxset, which has all albums on Vinyl, an awesome booklet, as well as a slew of bonus tracks and live tracks.

I had the pleasure of chatting with guitarist Cameron McKenzie about the Legacy Boxset, the bands upcoming gig at Corner Hotel, Melbourne on 1st February 2020 and his stand out memories from the history of this iconic Aussie rock band.

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Dean Ray chats about new album the ‘4 Trak Sessions – Volume 1″

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Sydney Singer / Songwriter Dean Ray recently released his stripped back ‘4 Trak Sessions Volume One’

Setting a challenge earlier this year, Dean set out to release 1 song per week….and this stiring album is the result.

I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Dean, a raw and candid chat about the impact that 2020 has had on him personally and also his plans musically this year.

Impacts in a way, which are captured musically in the first single from the album, Survive, which you’ll hear during this chat.

We discuss new music that is currently in the works that sees Dean plugging in the electric guitars and we also have a special guest drop in for a chat in the form of Dean’s dog Max.

With Dean having just played his first live gig in Sydney, we start off the chat chatting about the feeling of being back on stage.

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Butch Walker – American Love Story (Vinyl LP)

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Andrew Farriss chats about his first solo release ‘Love Makes The World’ EP

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It was an honour to recently chat with legendary songwriter Andrew Farriss, who has just released his debut 5 track EP titled Love Makes The World.

With his planned album release pushed back to 2021 due to the pandemic, this release is a bonus for fans of Andrew Farris, with the EP featuring songs that maybe otherwise wouldn’t have been released.

The songs written over the course of prior years and which feature co-writes with Suze DeMarchi, Jon Stevens, Keiran Gribbin and Guy Chambers are ironically super relevant to the events of 2020.  With themes such as belonging, mental health, suicide, love, conservation and the evolution of human kind featuring in the lyrics.

Sit back and enjoy this chat where we talk about the pivotal moment on horseback when Andrew knew it was time to commit to being a solo performer, we dive into the background to one of my favourite tracks on the EP and with October 14th the day we spoke being the 35th anniversary of INXS’s Listen Like Thieves release, Andrew shares his memories of that albums iconic single What You Need.

With Andrew having run a farm in country NSW now for the last 28 years, we kick off the chat talking about the impact of droughts, leading into bushfires and now the pandemic..

Head over to www.andrewfarriss.com to purchase a physical copy of the EP and more info & news.

Icehouse – Man Of Colours (Yellow Vinyl LP)

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Don Airey chats new Deep Purple album Whoosh! + memories of working with Gary Moore & Jimmy Barnes!

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Deep Purple have just recently released their 21st studio album ‘Whoosh’ and I’ve got to say, definitely one of the best rock albums released so far in 2020.  Have you heard it yet?

I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with keyboard legend Don Airey about the album, his role in the band since joining 18 years ago, memories of working with guitar great Gary Moore, as well as his couple of gigs playing with the loudest singer on earth, Aussie legend Jimmy Barnes.

Be sure to check out Whoosh, which sees the band putting the Deep back into Deep Purple and enjoy my chat with Don Airey.

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