I’m just with Sophie, she played
yesterday and we saw her and had a little chat to her then before the gig.
How do you think your performance went? Yeah, it was really good. Everyone in Mullum, like the crowd and stuff, is just so nice and they really talk to you.
Do you feel like it’s your like input in music to deliver a message to your audience? Yeah, I feel like most of my songs all of them come from something that I
feel really strongly about. You can’t just write about like going to the shops. Oh, you
could actually do that, but yeah, most of them have some strong emotion or idea attached to them. When we don’t have music and culture in
the community people tend to start killing each other. It gets a bit
dangerous. Yes, so culture and community is really important and I
think Mullum Music Festival is a great example of that. Hey guys, we’re here with Angus Field. He just performed in Drill Hall just down the road. How do you think your
set went? Pretty good, pretty good, the sound sounded really good from where I
was and I got a bit of a crowd so that’s the main thing. To be a musician nowadays, you really have to have a whole range of different skills and knowledge. We’ve had students that are involved in the Festival here, as performers and involved in production. There is kind of a big cohort of alumni that are involved in the Festival. So it’s really nice to see different friends performing different outfits. I do believe it’s a really important part of our culture here.