Simon Rigby and Tania Rose first teamed up when the two were in Adelaide in 1992, meeting at a rehearsal room when Simon was playing in bands, and Tania was running the room bookings. Forging an immediate friendship, they began writing together just before Tania’s Coral Sea Dreaming project took centre stage, which eventually saw the partnership end as she moved to Sydney.Read More
The original film "Coral Sea Dreaming" was first released on VHS tape in 1992 as "Coral Sea Dreaming - An Evolving Balance," and quickly became a bestselling home video. Tania Rose teamed up her musical soundtrack skills with David Hannan’s extraordinary undersea visuals of spawning corals and colorful marine life along the Coral Sea just off the coast of Australia.Read More
Muscular Rose is the collaborative project of Peter Grigoriadis and Tania Rose, two Adelaide-born artists living on opposite sides of Australia. Peter's industrial and eclectic trip-hop-style instrumental music blends with the multi-instrumental and organic talents of composer and singer/songwriter Tania Rose, to create a down-beat and earthy-come-angelic moody tunes, the first batch of melodic chill-out songs being released as their debut album "Born to be Free".Read More
It's a tough thing being a solo artist, having to rely on your own drive and motivation to get you through some of the darkest times. It can be a lonely occupation, one which can end up having go round and round in circles, it would seem. Whilst i have discovered my own ways to get things happening within myself, it remains a constant natter at my door, turning me inward more often than not, as i find myself getting in the way of myself.Read More
Not everyone is going to believe in you. The word is full of cynical people who will make assumptions, and even go so far as creating lies to justify their own rationalisation of their views on your choices. We see it in the media all the time, and it happens in everyday life too. Artists quite often find themselves in the critic's aim, both professionally and personally. Even the kindest and most generous and selfless people have raging critics. It feels pretty sad when people can't take you simply as the person you strive to be, but rather paint you out to be something else, because of jealousy, misinformation, or because they haven't bothered to take the time to actually learn the truth. So, how can you deal with the critic?Read More
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