Malcolm Hill is a musician, writer and theatre maker. He was born and raised in Geelong and currently lives in Melbourne. Malcolm has written hundreds of songs and unique performance events, appearing on stage, radio and TV across Australia. He has been called 'The Last of the Wild Bohemians' but these days is a Mild Bohemian. A fully paid up lifetime member of the Melbourne Music Mafia, Malcolm Hill has always spread his interests wide and far often writing about Australia in a variety of forms, from Rock Opera, folk/punk, Theatre and Short Story




Singer songwriter

in the post punk era (1980s) of Melbourne music

Bands - Buick KBT, Head Undone

‘Got My Head Undone’ album on Crash records

supported many of the bands of the era – GoBetweens, Hunters & Collectors, Dead Kennedys, X etc


Solo performer (1990s) & with band

Tour Australia as guest of Dave Graney and Coral Snakes

Guest act for bands such as Dirty Three, Ed Kuepper and many others

Tour Australia as guest of Nick Cave inc performing at the State Theatre Sydney and the Regent Theatre Melbourne

CD Moon Goddess Rising on Beheaded Communications

CD The Last of the Wild Bohemians on Burlesque Records


Film – ‘Malcolm Hill, The Last of the Wild Bohemians’ ‘Rockumentary’ following the tour with Nick Cave around Australia dir Rachel Lucas  

Two songs on soundtrack of ‘BONDI TSUNAMI’  . Film distributed on  Madman Films. Soundtrack distributed by Inertia




The Giant

Outdoor puppet opera staged at Deakin University and various sites around Geelong

The mythical tale of the arrival of Europeans in Port Phillip Bay


Man Freak

A play about growing up male

Devised with young males from Box Hill TAFE


The Return to St Portico

With St Kilda residents who first met at the Seaview Ballroom, St Kilda



Cherry Bar, AC/DC Lane City.

Mixing rock n’ roll & Greek tragedy – Electra  


Exodus from a Collapsed City’

Radio play capturing the soul of Melbourne streets, broadcast in ten weekly episodes on 3RRR


The Jerilderie Letter by Ned Kelly

Theatre presentation of Ned Kelly’s letter with music

Composer & musician /performer



The Ned Kelly Ball,

Trades Hall, Melbourne

Live music, theatre, film, comedy, art and more


Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Community street parade through the centre of Geelong ‘Giant Community Street Parade’,featuring trapeze artists, jazz big bands with dancers and roaming performers 




‘Snapshot of Richmond’ website and ‘Sounds Richmond’ CD

With a group of young people making a CD and website reflecting the inner city of Richmond.


Out And About in Broadmeadows video made with young people of Broadmeadows about  growing up in Broadmeadows



Jim Morrison IVth

Prince of Wales Hotel St Kilda

Jim Morrison back from the dead – poetry, music, audience abuse


Music Industry Pig

Solo performer

The grey haired pony-tailed non-music playing freebie-sucking character of the music industry

Tote Hotel


North Melbourne Town Hall Arts House

‘Where’s the Stage’ exhibition