Anthony Carew is a Melbourne-based critic, writer and broadcaster. He presents The International Pop Underground on RRR FM. For almost two decades, he wrote the scathing film review column Film Carew for The Music.
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"There were people who thought the world would be a better place if our mothers had aborted us because we were disgracing black metal."
Tia Gostelow discusses the themes and musical choices behind her third album, Head Noise, before her upcoming festival appearances.
Nakhane is returning to Australia for a run of shows —including at Sydney Worldpride, Brisbane's ΩHM and WOMADelaide.
"I might come back and make a movie in a year or two, let’s see. They’d have to pay me well. And pamper me. But, yeah, sure.”
“As all great artists do, his work wasn’t about him. It’s about us. It’s about the audience.”
Here's what The Music's writers rated in 2020…
"Sports shouldn’t work as a subject for a documentary. Its lure, and so much of its lore, comes from the simple fact that, at the start of any contest, the outcome is up in the air. Here, the history is already written."
"Queen & Slim’s strength, and resonance, comes in the conflict."
Ten years in Northeast Party House are living the dream. Ahead of the release of their third LP, singer Zach Hamilton-Reeves tells Anthony Carew that they finally feel like musicians.
Who have you got?