Last week I sat down with Luigi Donnarumma of Cat Lucky, and previously Donnarumma, to chat about all things mental health, songwriting, working within the music industry, and how his perspective has shifted over the last couple of years.
Often seen jumping around and having a great time in bands Hey Harriet, Bromham, Koleh, and Sturt Avenue, Georgy Rochow is known for her sets full of “positive, feel-good vibes” that get the crowd moving and shaking. With her new project Georgy & Delilah, Georgy aims to focus less on getting the crowd moving and shaking, and more on getting them to internalise the lyrics and connect through their own past experiences of love, loss, and life.
I caught up with Georgy ahead of the release of “Lose You”, her first track from her solo project, to talk about addiction and mental health within the music industry, and why this new project is so important to her.
It is that time of year again. People are either celebrating or mourning a year that was, all while looking ahead with the hopes of a more prosperous year, filled with love, family and friendship (for many, lots of sex). This means copious amounts of alcohol, and sometimes many different types of drugs.
With all of this in mind, I would like to tell you all the story of an experience I had this time last year.