Tell us about your new single/album/tour?
My debut album “Rascal” tells the story of leaving my life behind for the unknown. For me it captures the grit and determination I felt stumbling down really tough road with huge doses of healing and acceptance too. There’s also a few tracks where I basically laugh at everything which I think is a pretty important thing to do.
What’s your favourite work at this point in time?
On my own album? Trains and Whistles was a huge track to capture.
Tell us a quick, on the road or studio, anecdote…
I recorded Rascal mostly in my backyard bungalow which was directly under a flight path so the walls would shake when a plane flew over or when the toilet flushed inside – huge lesson in soundproofing!
There was also a huntsman spider in my makeshift bathroom vocal booth while I was laying down some of the tracks. It was a hilarious adventure.
What, or who, inspires you?
Being on the road, meeting people, rivers, mountains, campfires, backyard jams, sharing stories, living large. And always Love.
Which song do you wish you wrote?
Mia Dyson’s “Tell Me”. Or anything from Simon and Garfunkel.
How would you describe your sound in food form and why?
A massive home cooked dinner with all your favourite food.
What’s next for you?
I’m on the road with House Concerts Australia all Summer with some great shows in between back in Melbourne, also looking forward to some studio time with the band in the new year to lay down a new record.
What’s your scene?
Hugs. Music. Old people.
Oscars Law & One Little Indian Enterprises are very proud to pre- sent Dogapalooza, Melbourne’s first dog-friendly (and hands down most adorable) music festival, is back for its trilogy edition on Sun- day November 12th on the grassy noles of Richmond’s Burnley Park.
For those who are tighter than a Maltese top knot, sadly our Early Dog Tickets (the dirt cheap ones) have sold out. Our final general release and VIP tickets are now officially ON SALE. (We note, we do not sell tickets to dogs. Dogs are free, because they don’t have jobs or credit cards).
This adorable boutique festival is a quintessential ‘love fest’ of dogs (for dog own- ers and their dog coveting friends). After last years sold out attendances, increased production along with a bigger, better and faster stage fronted by RTR, more dog washing stations provided by Blue Wheelers and a Moon Dog Brewery Bar.
We are very pleased to announce the additions of Abbie Cardwell, Deborah Conway and DJ Mac Fleetwood (Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Rumors album, and paying tribute to our devine music overlord Stevie Nicks) to the Dogapalooza line-up. Alongside our existing down tempo electro closing bracket featuring the exceptional Evangeline and Triple J golden boy Lanks.
All proceeds raised at Dogapalooza go to Oscar’s Law, Melbourne’s dog rescue groups: Stafford Rescue Victoria, Greyhound Res- cue Victoria, Melbourne Animal Rescue and Puppy Tails Rescue.
We like to consider ourselves as the Robin Hoods of event management, bringing the best possible, while making sure we raise funds for our beneficaries”. Dogapalooza is a lay-about-in-the-sun and take-it-down-a- notch offering, behold the wonder as a thousand dogs make friends and influence people to a soundtrack of Melbourne’s finest artists and spring’s sun- shine. These furry inner city hipsters (and their owners) have access to top notch ethical
food offerings (including Dogapalooza’s Funky Pies in-house pie stall, trekked all the way from Bondi), Rice & Dice, Waffle and Shake, Jerry’s Vegiburgers, Moon Dog Brewery as well as the dog loving stalls of our beneficiary rescue groups and bespoke vendors including rock dog denim jackets by Pethaus, Dogsbody Massage, Found & Hound, Hunter & Hound, Frog Dog pop up photography studio and a doggo’s very own food truck Canine Wellness Kitchen.
Official limited edition merchandise is available on site, as well as the uber exciting inaugural Dogapalooza Awards with categories including “best inner city hipster” and “quiet achiever”, for those of you who want to establish a social hierarchy, amongst the other owners at the dog park.
Ample cheap parking at the Burnley Park Circus site, Madden Grove/ Swan St, Burnley, opposite the Dogapalooza, Burnley off leash Park. Second release tickets are $35 for adults, $20 for concession and $10 for children plus booking fee, and available through Oztix.com.au
Oscar’s Law & One Little Indian Enterprises presents DOGAPALOOZA
LAST TICKETS ON SALE NOW. For ticket info head to Oztix.
Sunday 12 November, Burnley Park, Richmond
Featuring MC Walt Collins & Live Performances from Abbie Cardwell, Deborah Conway, DJ Mac Fleetwood, Evangeline and Lanks
11.00am – 5.00pm. Sponsored by Boxhill Institute, Swan Street Vet, Moon Dog
Brewery, RTR, the Suite Bus Company, Frog Dog Studios, and Blue Wheelers