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St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 by Jake Robinson

February 17, 2012

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Like the very genesis of human life, the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in Melbourne crawled out from the primordial laneway and evolved in the relative comfort of the Maribyrnong-side Footscray Arts Centre. While this move was forced by the destruction of its local habitat, St. Caledonian Lane, it has facilitated the remarkable growth of the […]

Jake Robinson’s 50 Best Songs of 2011 (10 – 1)

January 1, 2012

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You’re Dripping Egg’s music writer Jake Robinson likes music. He also likes making lists. Lucky for his readers, he’s combined both these talents to count down his top 50 songs of 2011, in three instalments, in time for 2012. Here it is, Jake’s top 10 ‘Best Songs of 2011’, for your listening pleasure. Happy New Year, folks! […]

Jake Robinson’s 50 Best Songs of 2011 (30 – 11)

December 31, 2011

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You’re Dripping Egg’s music writer Jake Robinson likes music. He also likes making lists. Lucky for his readers, he’s combined both these talents to count down his top 50 songs of 2011, in three instalments, in time for 2012: 30 The Horrors – ‘Still Life’ 29 Adele – ‘Rolling in the Deep’ 28 Alex Turner – ‘Hiding […]

Jake Robinson’s 50 Best Songs of 2011 (50 – 31)

December 30, 2011

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You’re Dripping Egg’s music writer Jake Robinson likes music. He also likes making lists. Lucky for his readers, he’s combined both these talents to count down his top 50 songs of 2011, in three instalments, in time for 2012: 50 Yuck – ‘Get Away’ 49 Thundercat – ‘Daylight’ 48 Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris – ‘We Found […]

The Thin Pop Line by Jake Robinson

September 9, 2011

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The morning of Monday August 15 seemed, on appearance, the same as any other. Birds flew in the sky, fish swam in the sea and that morning, like every other Monday morning, the weekly ARIA charts were released. At #1 sat Gotye and Kimbra’s ‘Somebody I Used To Know’. While it had justified its position by […]