“I pretty much stole pretty much every drum fill I do from this record”
For anyone who’s felt the urgent need to escape, to move somewhere new in a quest of wide-eyed self-discovery, ‘Aeroplane’ will resonate deeply.
ARIA-nominated singer-songwriter Holly Throsby has penned an op-ed in support of same-sex marriage, published yesterday on the Sydney Morning Herald‘s Comment section, in which the artist reveals that she wrote her song Now I Love Someone, a popular wedding song, about a woman. “Several strangers have written to me over the years to say they
To celebrate 50 years of Bob Dylan, five current and prolific Australian artists have come together to pay homage to the legendary songsmith.
Holly Throsby has announced a string of dates around the country in March.
Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby individually are three of Australia’s most acclaimed young female artists and now they’ve teamed up to collaborate on a new project Seeker Lover Keeper. The album was recorded over 2 weeks in New York with Jim White (Cat Power) on drums and Shahzad Ismaily (Martha Wainwright) on bass
Three of Australia’s most beguiling new chanteuses are teaming up for what should be an interesting forthcoming album. Triple J reports that Holly Throsby, Sally Seltmann and Sarah Blasko are forming something of a female supergroup who have been recording together in New York.
Singer songwriter Holly Throsby has just announced her plans for a massive, 21 date national tour across March, April and May this year in support of the upcoming February release of her fourth album Teams. Setting out with her band The Hello Tigers, the songstress will be hitting everywhere from Townsville to Perth, Hobart and
Photo by Mclean Stephenson In the spirit of the festive season local label Spunk Records will be throwing a Christmas shindig featuring the enigmatic Jack Ladder (previewing songs off his forthcoming album), Leader Cheetah up from Adelaide and playing their only show of the year, along with Bearhug with Holly Throsby delivering an exclusive rock
FBi Radio and Time Out are excited to announce the nominees for the inaugural Sydney Music, Arts & Culture Awards to be held at The Marquee at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday December 7th.