Following the release of Big Grass, the fourth album of psych-folk from the prolific Family Jordan, we got in touch with the Jordan behind the Family to take us through each track and how the album came to life.
With opening night this Thursday as a part of this year’s Melbourne Comedy Festival, we had Naarm/Melbourne comedian and one-eyed Essendon supporter Kit Richards run us through her pub rock musical Scandal! A Reflection on Essendon’s Doping Saga: The Musical?.
Barricade, the second ambient album from Matthew Hayes, and first with spoken word artist Charlie Perry, leans into themes of human frailty and introspectiveness with an overarching a sense of hope, pairing with the year of its creation seamlessly.
Following the release of Automatic Love last month, we caught up with emerging rock ’n’ roll powerhouse Mr. Teenage to dive into the influences that inspired their debut collection of thrilling garage-rock mayhem.
Off the back of their ‘Radiant Eye’ 7” released earlier this month through Flightless records, we caught up with punk masters CIVIC to talk us through their latest signing, wider influences and the curious tale of forming a horn section.
‘Meet You Downstream’ is the delicately playful, yet captivating adventurous new single from art-folk wizard Wybie, that will dazzle you with its musicality whilst embracing you like an old friend with its bucketloads of warm personality.
With their debut album now only two weeks away, Melbourne based party-starters Ausecuma Beats have just treated us to ‘Cherie’ – a joyous second serving of their unique blend of unifying, revitalising afro-groove that’ll completely overcome you.
Following the release of the The Roman Road / The Bellows earlier this month, we caught up with Heir Traffic to dig into the key influences that inspired their new double-header of arrestingly uneasy post-punk.
With the release of their sophomore album quickly approaching, Oliver Shaw and Jayden Hebbard’s El Fuko have let us into their world of enigmatic spoken-word art-rock, with a picturesque nine-minute video clip to accompany the first three singles of Blue Flower.