TJ caught up with Bec Sandridge to chat about her enormous year, the current tour and new single ‘I’ll Never Want A BF’ – a slice of glammed-out disco pop, gritty in all the right spots and full of the usual Sandridge swagger.
Trouble Juice caught up with the drummer of Food Court, Nic Puertolas, ahead of the Melbourne leg of their tour to chat working with producer John Castle on the new album, touring and the Australian music scene.
Melbourne indie-punks AMIKO’s debut EP Diosma is a masterfully crafted collection of fuzz-pop tunes that never skimps on grit or intensity, and vocalist Louis Mackenzie gave Trouble Juice an insight into each track.
Chinatown is a dark, psychedelic journey into the world of Full Flower Moon Band, and Trouble Juice spoke with mastermind behind it, Kate ‘Babyshakes’ Dillon, to talk through the album, track by track.
Terrible Signal’s self-titled debut album is a collection of jangly sunshine-pop gems that plays like a lost classic from 1980’s Australia, and our buddies over at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
Working under the idea that ‘music was made to be performed’, Docklands Live are an up and coming live music performance channel, catching some of Australia’s best local talent on film. TJ met with the Docklands Live crew in their waterside studio to find out what was going on.