Addictions are shifting, shadowy things. They can start small and swell into something monstrous, or remain tiny and well-hidden for years and years. The internal conflict of the addict, not to mention the social stigma and shame attached to the label, can be as strong and overwhelming as the addiction itself, so it’s no wonder
Amanda Palmer’s love affair with Australia has been recorded on disc with an album of some of her more funniest material to date. Always known to add spice and humour into her songs, this album could almost be a music comedy record as she describes her disdain for vegemite and how she would end a
Amanda Palmer, voice of The Dresden Dolls, returns to Australia this month to enchant fans in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Byron Bay and Brisbane.