Writing

Non fiction work

Books

2020 – Making Psyence Fiction

Magazines

2022 – The Shadow Knows – Issue Three July 2022

2022 – The 1st Annual Australian International Jazz Festival (AJazz – Australian Jazz Museum Magazine #94 Aug 2022)

2022 – Following The Heart: Michael Franti interview (Rhythms #312 Jul/Aug 2022)

2022 – The Kingfish: Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram interview (Rhythms #310 Mar/Apr 2022)

2022 – The Cartel’s Return: The Tijuana Cartel interview (Rhythms #310 Mar/Apr 2022)

2022 – Georgia On Our Mind: Little Georgia interview (Rhythms #310 Mar/Apr 2022)

2022 – The National Folk Festival (Rhythms #310 Mar/Apr 2022)

2022 – The King of Music: Gordon Koang interview (Rhythms #309 Jan/Feb 2022)

2022 – Summer of Soul (Rhythms #309 Jan/Feb 2022)

2021 – The Shadow Knows – Issue Two December 2021

2021 – The Shadow Knows – Issue One July 2021

Online Articles

Ongoing – Mo’ Wax — Where Are They Now
Series looking at every Mo’ Wax artist’s career.

Ongoing – The Shadow Knows
Content from the fanzine and supplementary articles.

2022 – Singing In Jingulu — Stuart Joel Nuggett’s Songs In An (Almost) Lost Language (The Riff)

2022 – When Richard Pryor Sang The Blues (The Riff)

2022 – Where to watch 1969’s Harlem Cultural Festival TV special — The original Summer of Soul (The Riff)

2021 – Interview: Sam Anning (Rhythms)

2021 – Interview: Ellie Lamb (Rhythms)

2021 – Interview: Jake Mason Trio (Rhythms)

2021 – Interview: Aura (Rhythms)

2021 – Stella Delmenico – All This in Mind EP (Rhythms)

2021 – Yarra City Council ignores objections as plans to demolish historic theatre go ahead (The Swanston Gazette)

2021 – Let It Be — The Beatles Documentary You’ve Waited Decades To See (The Riff)

2021 – Summer Of Soul: Rediscovering A Legendary Festival (Rhythms)

2021 – The Decline of CDs (The Swanston Gazette)

2021 – Digging For Samples — How Fans Are Unpicking The Avalanches Music, One Beat At A Time (The Riff)

2021 – “This Is A Reckoning” -  New Musical Merges Indigenous Cultures (The Swanston Gazette)

2021 Sacramento’s Records — The World’s Most Famous Record Store You’ll Never Visit (DJ Shadow Reconstructed)

2021 – The Delmonas — The UK All Girl Garage Band Who Rocked The 80s (The Riff)

2021 – What I learnt interning with Wikimedia Australia (Wikimedia Australia)

2021 – Writing for the Digital World – how Australian tertiary students are writing Wikipedia (Wikimedia Australia)

2021 – RIP Melvin Van Peebles, the Man Behind Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song (The Riff)

2021 – Is This the End of Afghanistan’s Music Scene…Again? (The Riff)

2021 – Interview with Samuel Gaskin (The Swanston Gazette)

2021 – Using Mix’n’Match to make connections on Wikidata (Wikimedia Australia)

2021 – Writing wrongs: Giving women artists their rightful place in history (Wikimedia Australia)

2021 – How Australian libraries are turning to Wikipedia during the global pandemic (Wikimedia Australia)

2021 – Music In A Pandemic (City Journal)

2021 – Remembering Tim Parker aka The Gift of Gab (DJ Shadow Reconstructed)

2021 – Hit Different (Mushroom)

2021 – Alex Gow – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Ladyhawke – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Adalita – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Jack River – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Mansionair – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Gordi – Some of My Best Work (Mushroom)

2021 – Collingwood’s Former Cinema Threatened By Demolition

2021 – Gig Review: Screensaver and Soundtrack at The Tote

2021 – The ABC needs more funding, not less (City Journal)

2021 – The art of music journalism, an interview with Craig Mathieson (City Journal)

2021 – Live music is back: Melbourne’s Lowtide return with a night of hazy dreampop (The Swanston Gazette)

2021 – Five Non-Album Beastie Boys Tracks You’ve Probably Forgotten About

2021 – Hiking Mount Takao (Japanoscope)

2020 – The Aquatic Sessions — A Rumoured & Unreleased Beastie Boys Album

2020 – Making Of An Animation
Detailing the process of making an animation.

2020 – Remembering Psyence Fiction

2020 – Behind Bape (Japanoscope)
On the Last Orgy series started by Hiroshi Fujiwara and Takagi Kan of Major Force, and continued by Jun Takahashi and Nigo.

2020 – Record Collecting Japanese Vinyl (Japanoscope)
Article, podcast, and video featuring interviews with collectors and a discussion on Japanese vinyl and record collecting.

2020 – Revisiting the Worldwide Bapeheads Show 1998

2020 – Mo’ Wax and the Arts

2019 – Mo’ Wax Please — Unreleased 12″ from Mo’ Wax Records

2019 – James Lavelle and His Family of Artists

2019 – White House — The Unreleased Beastie Boys Album

2019 – Grand Royal VS Mo’ Wax — The Collaborations of Mike D & James Lavelle

2019 – The History Of Madvillain


Fiction work

Books

2019 – Two Stories

2016 – Frederick: The Boy Who Had Everything

2016 – A Spot of Nonsense