About Mandy Hall
Mandy is a music photographer & writer. She runs Mandy Hall Media, which includes Photography, Social Media marketing, PR & Graphic Design for the music industry. She is also a web developer - she created and supports this website.

Q&A Scene: Sannia

September 20, 2019 Mandy Hall

Radiant vocalist and songwriter Sannia has announced not one, but two magnificent new singles; Daylight and Better, released August 16. The two tracks are reflective of the growth of Sannia’s trademark intricate, emotive songwriting, and her voice soars with undeniable strength on both songs as the narrative melts from one track to the next. And the indie pop powerhouse has also released two stunning videos for the singles, directed by award-winning writer and director Emily Dynes (Teagan, Oh Pep!, The Gaze). […]

Q&A Scene: Mylk

September 19, 2019 Mandy Hall

Lovable indie rockers Mylk have today announced the release of their fun new single Not My Fault, a hooky track about being a bit of a bad luck magnet, set for release on August 8. The group have also released a fittingly entertaining and super endearing clip for Not My Fault; it’s a one-shot-wonder bursting with youth and personality. […]

Q&A Scene: Nadisko

September 18, 2019 Mandy Hall

Nadisko formed during the Myspace glory days of mid-2008; an era when MGMT’s debut album was being blasted all over the radio and ultimate-cringe head-to-toe flouro attire was widespread. They quickly cemented themselves as premier resident DJs in Sydney, and from there they gained airplay on BBC Radio One for their debut EP, they supported Steve Aoki, Tiga, Uffie and heaps more massive names, remixed Peking Duk’s first EP, and played shows all across Australia, Europe and Mexico. […]

Snap Scene: Metal Church, Northcote Social Club 29th August 2019

September 2, 2019 Mandy Hall

Born out of the West Coast metal scene of the 80’s, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre. After signing a deal with Elektra Records, they released two critically acclaimed albums. Their self-titled release ‘Metal Church’ established the band as one of the pioneers of the thrash/metal scene and earned them a major tour with then label mates Metallica.

Q&A Scene: Esme

August 12, 2019 Mandy Hall

Esmé draws upon influences from the speakeasy era, injecting soul into her phrases and inflections with her breathy tone and narrow vibrato. Each one of her songs is personalised with artistic production work, painting a colourful picture in audio as her voice floats above broken hip hop inspired beats, intimate electro sounds, swelling synths and deep melodic bass lines. […]

Star Scene: Andrew Farriss

August 9, 2019 Mandy Hall

Andrew Farriss is releasing his debut country music offering, Come Midnight, from his forthcoming album slated for release in 2020. Considered one of the country’s best songwriters, Andrew is – and always has been – all about the music, and his varied body of work is testament to that. He actually penned Come Midnight back in the INXS days. […]

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