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Andrew McMillen
National music writer at The / mcmillena@theaustralian.com.au / Author: / podcast
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Woke Media Moonbat 6h
Tomorrow in Review: legend Angus Young speaks to about music, endurance and the personal grief that led to the band’s 17th studio album (story below👇)
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Andrew McMillen 8h
The weekly television program The Sound has fast become a fixture for music fans and artists alike. Its second season begins on Sunday with appearances from Midnight Oil, Jessica Mauboy, Kylie Minogue and Ruel.
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Andrew McMillen Oct 28
Replying to @bigkamo @yassmin_a
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Andrew McMillen Oct 28
Replying to @bigkamo @yassmin_a
Not anymore, but that weekly check-in was invaluable during eight years of freelancing as a way to stay accountable and on track
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Andrew McMillen Oct 28
When tens of thousands of sports fans gathered for the recent grand finals, concert promoters had good reason to scratch their heads and wonder: what about music? “Our industry is in dire straits,” says Splendour co-founder Jessica Ducrou
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The Australian Oct 26
One of Melbourne’s oldest music venues has been purchased by Hillsong Church for $21.25m, but rock ’n’ roll fans will still be able to worship the devil’s music at Festival Hall six nights a week.
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Andrew McMillen Oct 26
One of Melbourne’s oldest music venues has been purchased by Hillsong Church for $21.25m, but rock ’n’ roll fans will still be able to worship the devil’s music at Festival Hall six nights a week.
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Andrew McMillen Oct 25
Replying to @australian
Our albums of the week playlist on Spotify:
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Andrew McMillen Oct 25
Albums reviewed in The this wk: Bruce Springsteen (by Phil Stafford), Leanne Tennant (by ), The Naked & Famous (by ), Shirley Collins (by David James Young), Ironwood (by Vincent Plush) and Jess Cornelius (by )
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Matthew Knott Oct 23
Journalists want to tell other people’s stories but sometimes life gets in the way. In June I fell off a five-storey apartment building and survived. Thanks to for letting me put the experience into words
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Andrew McMillen Oct 23
Such a terrifying story Matthew. Thanks for writing it and I’m very glad you’re here to tell it
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Andrew McMillen Oct 23
It’s the sort of creative quandary that few Australian artists have to face: which songs are we going to perform at the AFL Grand Final? Tonight, DMA’S take on that task:
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Woke Media Moonbat Oct 22
Tomorrow in Review: how didgeridoo master William Barton became the darling of the classical world
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Andrew McMillen Oct 22
that INXS piece is killer. So well done. I love this line: “If anyone used that spectacle as an excuse to dismiss the workmanlike ease with which they churned out hit after hit, that is understandable, but a shame.” Thanks for the read!
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Andrew McMillen Oct 22
I saw this and thought of you
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Andrew McMillen Oct 18
Replying to @australian @JOSHPYKE
Our playlist of the week is curated by singer and songwriter Josh Pyke, who picked songs by Bec Sykes, Skinny Legions, Big Thief, Alex G and The Kinks. Hear his playlist on Spotify:
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Andrew McMillen Oct 18
Replying to @australian
Our albums of the week playlist on Spotify:
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Andrew McMillen Oct 18
Albums reviewed in The this week include Sun Ra Arkestra (by Eric Myers), Dream Wife (by ), Lime Cordiale (by ), Pretenders (by Phil Stafford) and Hussy Hicks (by ). Read online:
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Andrew McMillen Oct 16
Fleetwood Mac’s surprise social media hit: 43 years after reaching No 1 in the US, one of the band’s signature songs is being streamed by millions and has lured both Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks onto TikTok.
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Woke Media Moonbat Oct 15
Tomorrow in Review: ’s David McAllister reflects on a complex life journey and his record-breaking career at the helm of the national company
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