Megan Washington

Megan Washington: A Visual Retrospective – From Spicks and Specks to Batflowers

July 2, 2020

Megan Washington will be releasing her long-awaited album Batflowers on the 28th August. I thought this would be a nice moment to take a visual retrospective at the career up to this point of one of Australian’s most talented and creative singer/songwriters. Like so many others, my introduction to Washington was seeing her on Spicks […]

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Track of the Day: Washington “Dark Parts” (2020)

May 18, 2020

Megan Washington has clearly been creative during Isolation. She is back with a new track, “Dark Parts” and an animated video which she has created herself. It’s a hell of a party track, even if it does ask us to open up and share the parts of us we keep hidden. This song is playful […]

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Live Review: Washington + Lovesongs – The Lansdowne, Sydney (28.06.19)

July 1, 2019

I was still in High School when Washington first started making a name for herself with the singles “Clementine” and “How To Tame Lions”. A lot has changed in the decade since those singles put her at the pinnacle of Australian pop. One variable that hasn’t changed in that time is her ability to not […]

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Photo Gallery: Washington + Love Songs + Micra – The Lansdowne, Sydney (28.06.19)

June 29, 2019

Washington hit The Landsdowne last night. It was a sold out intimate affair and it was just one of those nights. Heartfelt delivery, adoring crowd, singalongs – it was an incredible night out. They were well supported by Micra and Love Songs,  the latest project for Johnny Mackay (ex Children Collide). Bruce was there to bring […]

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Track of the Day: Washington “Dirty Churches” (2019)

June 24, 2019

Washington has released a video for her latest single Dirty Churches, and it’s our Track of the Day to kick the week off. The song was produced by Saint Lo producer Dave Hammer (Thundamentals, Lime Cordiale, Baker Boy). It has been described as a “hymn to the imperfection, clash and surrendour of a relationship”. The video […]

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Live Review: Megan Washington simply mesmerises with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra

September 22, 2017

There’s something surprisingly relaxing yet equally daunting as watching an orchestra accompany a contemporary artist. As I sat looking down at the side of the Sydney Opera House stage, you’d have been forgiven if you forgot that fronting the Sydney Symphony Orchestra was Megan Washington. On night one of her current tour showcasing the tracks […]

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Venue Spotlight: The Best Gigs at the Oxford Art Factory (so far…)

February 25, 2016

As live music and entertainment venues establishes are facing closure not just in Sydney, but elsewhere in the country too, we’ve been reminiscing on some of our favourites around the country over the years. There are notable hotspots in each capital for sure, where some incredible musical talent have cut their teeth as live touring bands […]

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Single Of The Day: Lanu Ft. Megan Washington “Dragon Sun” (2015)

October 13, 2015

Lance Ferguson has taken some time out from generating some serious soul/funk heat with The Bamboos to take a dip into the sun-drenched Pacific with his latest single under his Lanu moniker, “Dragon Sun”. Teaming up with Megan Washington once more, Ferguson’s new single conjures the romanticised images of the South Seas and the rhythmic […]

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the AU interview at FUSE: Matt Walters (Melbourne)

February 14, 2011

This Thursday, Matt Walters (best known for his track “I Would Die For You, which features Megan Washington) will be playing the Fuse Festival in Adelaide. Ahead of his appearance, Arno Billard caught up with the Melbourne based performer. Last year was marked by the release of your 2nd EP(Talking in my sleep). What’s in […]

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