For months James (James’ blog) and I had been courting each other online after being introduced over Facebook by some mutual friends back in Sydney. Eventually the world stopped spinning and we made time to have a coffee at Modca Cafe on North 4th St in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to talk smack about NYC and the
Greenie In NYC
Talking to Aussie’s working in the US music industry.
I first met Benge (Benj) when I arrived in NYC after spending a dusty week at SXSW. Benge was a mystic creature of partying knowledge and our South-by crew always tracked him down because this charismatic but softly spoken man knew all of the coolest places to party at in NYC. Last week Benge and
I caught up with Ilirjana – member of Apache Beat – a few weeks back at The Lovin’ Cup Cafe, which is the face to the hidden Cameo Gallery on North 6th street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Greenie: What’s the Pop Manifesto? Ilirjana: Originally it was going to be just a zine of my musings about
This is my first post in a series where I’ll be interviewing Aussie’s who are chasing their dream and working as part of the music industry in the US. I’ll be sharing beers and chatting to bands and performers, managers and agents, journos and music paparazzi, all the while trying to get them drunk enough