Nicola Schultz

Singer-Songwriter

A Bit Part and Old Friends

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013

A Bit Part and Old Friends

In 1992, I had a bit part in The Lemonheads video clip, Rockin’ Stroll (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYJtaZbGIl0) when I was fortunate enough to be working at the Half-a-Cow Books, Comix & Records store on Glebe Point Road with Nic Dalton.  I recall cups of tea in the one cup teapot and bread rolls with cream cheese, cheese and tomato, gee they were good! At this stage Nic was playing bass...

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Off the Grid

Posted by on Sep 5, 2012

Off the Grid

Diesel Generated Album Mickey and Annie’s place is “Off the Grid”. There are solar-powered panels up on the hill, gas bottles alongside the house and studio, and a Generator in a shed below the studio. We recorded and mixed as winter came, and there was little sun – solar power was minimal, so regular trips to the service station to fill up with diesel were needed to top up the Generator. From...

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Art Groupie

Posted by on Sep 3, 2012

Art Groupie

ARTGROUPIE 2012 AN EXHIBITION OF VISUAL ART BY MUSIC MAKERS FEATURING REG MOMBASSA + PETER O’DOHERTY MENTAL AS ANYTHING / DOG TRUMPET STEVE KILBEY THE CHURCH
MICK TURNER DIRTY THREE + MANY MORE Groovescooter Records, da dAdA and Eastside Radio 89.7 present the return of ARTGROUPIE – a series of collective art exhibitions featuring musicians, producers, DJs and vocalists who also work as...

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Castlemaine Coffee Tour 2012 – by Drew

Posted by on Aug 17, 2012

Castlemaine Coffee Tour 2012 – by Drew

One of my favourite relaxations is reading my morning newspaper. As a sport, politics and share market junkie, newspapers are marvellous things. Fortuitously this hobby has been nicely complemented by the booming coffee culture that has taken hold across Australia over the past 20 years. I can now venture almost anywhere, pull up a seat and happily do my own thing sitting in the corner by myself...

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From Swirl to Soundtracks

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012

From Swirl to Soundtracks

During the 90’s I played bass and sang in the Australian indie band Swirl. We started in a northern beaches garage (actually, in our case it was a Yurt and a granny flat), as many bands do, and soon our musical chemistry was good enough for us to begin playing the Sydney pub circuit and build a following. Luckily Nic Dalton and Stephen Pavlovic, two of the mainstays of the Australian independent...

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