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Monday 13th May / posted by Sarah Tout
At RTRFM we wanted to acknowledge and tip our hats to the first Australian woman of rock Chrissy Amplett. She was a bold and unapologetic force in our music scene and I, like many others, was shocked and saddened to hear of her recent death. I wanted to create a little piece of radio that would discuss her work, her presence as woman in the rock industry, and her possible influence on Perth music today. I spoke with the articulate and insightful Rachael Dease (local solo artist and front-woman of dark rock band Schvendes) and I began by asking Rachael how she’d reacted to the news of Chrissy’s death.
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