Tag: Courtney Barnett

  • Camp Cope Aren’t the Openers Anymore

    On an early summer afternoon in Greenpoint, Georgia Maq and Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich of the Australian rock trio Camp Cope are talking about confidence, or, more specifically, the lack thereof that defined their coming-of-age in punk. “I was involved in music for such a long time, but there were so many things I believed I couldn’t […]

  • On New Album, Courtney Barnett Takes a Load Off

    If you’ll bear with a shaky hypothesis for a second, there are really only two types of art. On one side is the art that’s inward-looking, the kind that reads at worst as a maudlin confessional about that time you had a bad date and, at best, as a diary of how the world has […]

  • Courtney Barnett+Benjamin Booker

    Melbourne-based guitarist and singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett has a gift for turning workaday situations into captivating anecdotes—one of several clever qualities her music has become known for since 2012, when she started her own record label, Milk! Records and subsequently put out her first EP, I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris. Barnett draws from folk, […]

  • Courtney Barnett+Benjamin Booker

    Melbourne-based guitarist and singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett has a gift for turning workaday situations into captivating anecdotes—one of several clever qualities her music has become known for since 2012, when she started her own record label, Milk! Records and subsequently put out her first EP, I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris. Barnett draws from folk, […]