My second-last Mansun gig was a pretty important one for me: I went into it not sure if I was going to stay in London or return to Australia, and I came out of it with my mind made up. Mansun may have once sung that “all my big decisions always ruin my life”, but in this case, it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.Continue reading
Here’s a little vlog I made during my Bank Holiday of Gigs at the beginning of May!Continue reading
This was my third and last V festival and the beginning of the end of my Mansun gigging career, all during a time of Important Life Decisions.Continue reading
Hello there! Do you want to watch me rambling on about music and telly whilst being distracted by birds flying past my window? Of course you do!Continue reading
My one and only Oasis gig. Despite being a hugely enjoyable night of rock’n’roll, it encapsulated precisely why they could never be a band I truly loved.Continue reading
On Millennium Eve, there was no place I would have rather celebrated the dawning of a new era than in Cardiff, with 75,000 strangers, and the band I loved more than anything else in the world.Continue reading
A stunning night of pop in South Kensington. Again.
On this day in 1999, Suede released their fourth album “Head Music”. Here are my rather excitable scribblings about that day, written in my diary exactly 20 years ago.Continue reading