Items tagged “Deeper Read”
Deeper Read: A Tribute to The Muffs’ Kim Shattuck – a ‘Total Punk-Rock Badass’
The world recently lost a rock n’ roll legend: The Muffs’ Kim Shattuck (she also played with Pixies and The Pandoras). Triple R volunteer writer Katherine Smyrk traces the life and times of…
‘What Do You Define as Original?’: No Sister on Their New EP ‘Influence’
Ahead of the release of their new EP, Melbourne band No Sister speak to Triple R volunteer writer Nicholas Kennedy about perspectives on pop music, originality and DIY feminism in an industry where…
How Gordon Koang's Music Spreads a Message of Peace
Blind since birth, Gordon Koang was taught as a child to play the thom (a traditional instrument from South Sudan), and has since catapulted into musical success. Discover Gordon's story ahead of his…
Things You (Possibly) Didn’t Know About The Teskey Brothers
They’re not all brothers; they started out busking at local farmers’ markets; and they still call Warrandyte home.
Lessons from My Booze Sabbatical
Triple R volunteer writer Georgia Marchesi gave up grog for Dry July and discovered – to her surprise – that she didn’t actually need it as a social lubricant.
Here’s What You Need to Know about Robodebt – Insights from Senior Lecturer at La Trobe Law School Dr Darren O’Donovan
No idea how to make sense of Robodebt? Neither do a lot of people. 150,000 folks who’ve received a Robodebt letter from the DHS have paid the debt without a ‘formal review’. But…
Reasons to Check out Fontaines D.C., the Poetry-Inspired Irish Punk-Rock Band Behind Triple R’s Album of the Week
‘We’re all from the back-arse of nowhere in Ireland,’ vocalist Grian says, ‘and next thing you know we’re playing places like fuckin’ San Francisco. That’s mental.’
Walking Through This Year’s Yirramboi Festival – from Yothu Yindi to the Blak Market Sunday Jam Session
Yirramboi Festival (which means ‘tomorrow’ in the shared language of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung people) officially kicks off today (Thursday) and celebrates the ongoing diversity and creativity from over 2000 generations of Indigenous…
Things You (Possibly) Didn’t Know About Aldous Harding
Her name isn't Aldous; she didn't want to be a musician; and her favourite movie is Clueless.