STRINE WHINE: ISSUE FOURTEEN

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  • IN THE FOURTEENTH ISSUE OF STRINE WHINE:

    Reviews of releases from Harvey Sutherland, Take Your Time, Yeo, LAZERTITS, RVG, Native Cats and Hi-Tec Emotions.

    WOT I SAW AT HI-TEC EMOTIONS: Where’d you take someone from outta town to introduce ‘em to Melbourne music? Hmmm, Total Control? Hmmmm, Dick Diver? Hmmmm, Courtney Barnett? Hmmm, I said Wet Lips, a few weeks ago, mulling it over at Howler, but maybe the vision of Jenny McKechnie was prophecy because it wasn’t Wet Lips, it was Cable Ties, and Suss Cunts, and Spike Fuck, and to top it all, Hi-Tec Emotions, the Tote, the album launch, the perfect temple of all that feels so affirmative about what’s happening in this city. It was always gonna be big.

    CROP IT LIKE IT'S HOT: Meet Crop Top – four admin punks born out of the music scene in Melbourne that’s giving women, gender non-confirming and LGBTIQA+ performers a safe environment to be heard, represented and most importantly respected.

    WHAT IS THIS, AMATEUR HOUR?: Nicholas Kennedy talks to Laura Imbruglia, creator of Australia’s finest music variety show, Amateur Hour.

    SERVICE JOURNALISM: PARADISE IN BLURBS: You going to Paradise this year? Yeah same. The lineup’s particularly strong this year, so if you’re wondering how to split up your weekend, here’s the acts you really oughta see and what they’re about.

    HONEST TALKS WITH SAD GRRRLS: Rachel Maria Cox, musician and organiser of the annual, bi-state sad grrrls fest, sat down with Jake Cleland post-Melbourne leg pre-Sydney leg to talk booking, songwriting, anxiety and sobriety.

    THIS IS REAL AUSTRALIA: FRIENDSHIPS: friendships’ debut record is a utopian document of an Australia that should’ve been - an Australia that can still be glimpsed, but stands defiantly on the brink of extinction. It didn’t come easy.

    WHINE VS WHINE: THE OCEAN PARTY: Strine Whine’s writers turn the knives on each other as Shaad D’Souza and Madeleine Laing go head to head on The Ocean Party’s catalogue.

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IN THE FOURTEENTH ISSUE OF STRINE WHINE:

Reviews of releases from Harvey Sutherland, Take Your Time, Yeo, LAZERTITS, RVG, Native Cats and Hi-Tec Emotions.

WOT I SAW AT HI-TEC EMOTIONS: Where’d you take someone from outta town to introduce ‘em to Melbourne music? Hmmm, Total Control? Hmmmm, Dick Diver? Hmmmm, Courtney Barnett? Hmmm, I said Wet Lips, a few weeks ago, mulling it over at Howler, but maybe the vision of Jenny McKechnie was prophecy because it wasn’t Wet Lips, it was Cable Ties, and Suss Cunts, and Spike Fuck, and to top it all, Hi-Tec Emotions, the Tote, the album launch, the perfect temple of all that feels so affirmative about what’s happening in this city. It was always gonna be big.

CROP IT LIKE IT'S HOT: Meet Crop Top – four admin punks born out of the music scene in Melbourne that’s giving women, gender non-confirming and LGBTIQA+ performers a safe environment to be heard, represented and most importantly respected.

WHAT IS THIS, AMATEUR HOUR?: Nicholas Kennedy talks to Laura Imbruglia, creator of Australia’s finest music variety show, Amateur Hour.

SERVICE JOURNALISM: PARADISE IN BLURBS: You going to Paradise this year? Yeah same. The lineup’s particularly strong this year, so if you’re wondering how to split up your weekend, here’s the acts you really oughta see and what they’re about.

HONEST TALKS WITH SAD GRRRLS: Rachel Maria Cox, musician and organiser of the annual, bi-state sad grrrls fest, sat down with Jake Cleland post-Melbourne leg pre-Sydney leg to talk booking, songwriting, anxiety and sobriety.

THIS IS REAL AUSTRALIA: FRIENDSHIPS: friendships’ debut record is a utopian document of an Australia that should’ve been - an Australia that can still be glimpsed, but stands defiantly on the brink of extinction. It didn’t come easy.

WHINE VS WHINE: THE OCEAN PARTY: Strine Whine’s writers turn the knives on each other as Shaad D’Souza and Madeleine Laing go head to head on The Ocean Party’s catalogue.

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