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HOW RICHIE RAMONE SAVED PUNK ROCK’S MOST INFLUENTIAL BAND by Kylie Cobb

Published on Tone Deaf 7 April 2016.

Coming from punk royalty like The Ramones, there isn’t a question Richie Ramone hasn’t been asked. Oh, except what size Keds he wears. And, the answer to that is 12. And, he has now matured to leather ones.

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BEATING A DIFFERENT DRUM. by Kylie Cobb

Published in MouthZoff Magazine, May 2015

In a musical landscape largely governed by the beat of the Triple J drums, how does a genre like stoner rock and blues not only survive, but thrive? Kylie Cobb talks with musician, artist manager, radio host and Mojo Burning Festival founder, Christian Tryhorn.

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TBAR - A FESTIVAL OR JUST A REALLY REALLY LONG PUB GIG? by Kylie Cobb

Kylie Cobb has been to far too many ‘festivals’ lately that deliver the same results: the promise of a festival experience but at the end of the day a long gig and an ear ache. Toowoomba's TBar "Festival" has the right intent, but needs to promote what it really is so that punters, performers and organizers experience a win-win-win.

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PHIL BARLOW AND THE WOLF: A FEW RED RIDING HOODS IN THE CROWD FOR THIS ONE by Jasmine Gailer

Jasmine Gailer wouldn’t kick Phil Barlow & The Wolf out of bed for having big ears and sharp teeth following the band's recent single launch at Brisbane’s Beetle Bar.

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