Clem Bastow

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Clem Bastow (b. Clementine Bastow c. 1982) is a writer, broadcaster and music critic currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

Media work[edit]

Bastow is a regular contributor to The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Sunday Life. From 2004 to 2011 she was Senior Contributor to Inpress, where she wrote the weekly singles review column Singled Out. A longtime presenter on respected Melbourne community radio station 3RRR, until 2011 Bastow presented Transference, a weekly radio show.[1] She has worked in television,[2] including on the Channel 31 music criticism panel show Dancing About Architecture.[3] Bastow is also a member of the RocKwiz Brains Trust. Her written work has appeared in books including the 2009 anthology Your Mother Would Be Proud.[4] In 2009, Bastow was named as part of the judging panel of the Australian Music Prize.[5] Along with Brenna Glazebrook she wrote and performed The Audition[6][7] at the 2010 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. It followed 2009's Club XX, which The Age called "mocking, self-deprecating and funny".[8]

  • Your Mother Would Be Proud, Allen & Unwin, 2009
  • RocKwiz Volume 2 – The Ultimate Rock Trivia Challenge, Hardie Grant, 2007
  • Book of Playlists, Rough Guides, 2007
  • Rockwiz: The Ultimate Rock Trivia Challenge, Hardie Grant, 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Triple R – Melbourne Independent Radio – 102.7FM > Programs > Presenters > Clem Bastow". Rrr.org.au. Retrieved 26 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Clementine Bastow – IMDb
  3. ^ "Dancing About Architecture". Dancingaboutarchitecturetv.blogspot.com. 23 September 2009. Retrieved 26 November 2011. 
  4. ^ http://www.yourmotherwouldbeproud.com.au/contributors.html
  5. ^ "Australian Music Prize 2011". Australianmusicprize.com.au. Retrieved 26 November 2011. 
  6. ^ [1][dead link]
  7. ^ "RHUM loves Brenna Glazebrook & Clem Bastow – The Audition @ MICF 2010". Rhum.org.au. 12 November 2011. Retrieved 26 November 2011. 
  8. ^ "Club XX – Arts Reviews – Arts – Entertainment". theage.com.au. Retrieved 26 November 2011. 

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