Champagne is the new single from Mr Tigerbear. This project I’ve been working on with David Pensabene, based on songs he’s had in his back […]

Here Be Monsters

I’m still on my first smartphone, which I bought seven years ago. I was late to the (supposed) party, partly for resource-ethic reasons (getting as […]

Often Enough

Often Enough is a catchy little song about shock jocks, tribalism, the dangers of dichotomous thinking and wet lettuces. I wrote it ages ago, but […]

Is Spotify Evil?

Well, not so evil it’s going to stop me plugging the latest song I’ve mastered. “Wish”, by my good friend Ewan Buckley and his band […]

I’m a Lucky Man

I confess to barely touching my guitar the last six months. I’ve been adulting as they say: emptying out my parents’ home of 45 years […]

Canary in the Coal Mine

What do Greta Thunberg, Scott Morrison, Tom Robbins, Prince and Stevie Nicks have in common? They’ve all influenced Dave Robertson & The Kiss List’s new […]

The Ten Albums Thing

Ok I’ll bite. A few friends requested I do the ten albums thing, but I couldn’t abide by the rules, in particular the “no explanation” […]

Fado and Flowers

 Thanks to Mike Burns for reminding me that today is the anniversary of the Carnation Revolution in Portugal. Mike, a Freo muso and ethnomusicologist, is […]

Happy Clapper (Demo)

I have a new song to share… well the first rough demo… I wouldn’t normally share something this raw… it will undoubtedly get rearranged and […]

Oh Richard!

Dave has been having a bit too much fun in the public domain archives. Check out all the new videos on the Music > Videos […]


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Hidden Treasures

Rob Findlay, the most recent recruit to The Kiss List, will be moving over to bass for our upcoming gig at Fremantle’s Hidden Treasures Festival. […]

Sandy, Juan and I

On a Monday, her basement filled with water from one of the most polluted canals in New York City. Four days earlier