Speed dating this week with 2 Stroke, Manorism and Jo Syme.
The Black Heart Death Cult – Black Rainbow
The Black Heart Death Cult have just released the second single from their upcoming debut album, and ‘Black Rainbow’ encompasses everything that makes the Melbourne psych-droners such an exciting band to watch out for.
Sirus F. Gahan
As seen in our very first print edition – along with extra bits we couldn’t squeeze into 40-something pages – we sat down for a conversation with Australian-born cinematographer and filmmaker, now based in Oslo…
Trouble Juice Exclusive:
Stephen Bailey – Silo
Stephen Bailey’s debut album Silo is an impressive collection of warped psych pop, with touches of folk and classic 60s rock, and our friends at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
Trouble Juice Launch Party
Over the weekend of June 17th, Trouble Juice celebrated the release of our first print issue and the launching of a website to match.
In Melbourne there are nail salons, gigs, people filming them on their phones and hip guys with some okay mullets. Olivia Grbac knows all about them and draws them too. She has a chat with us about all of the above.
Lucas Skinner is a Melbourne based musician who has played in a handful of bands over the last few years, including King Gizzard, Atolls and Rough River. We caught up with him to chat about his new label called Dusky Tracks.
Having freshly relocated from Dunedin to Melbourne illustrator and graphic designer Zac Fay decided he just dun–needit anymore. We caught up to talk freelance, the power of the innanet and the hustle.
‘I Don’t Know What Goes Through Their Minds’
We talk photography, the french Elvis and life on Brunswick St over a Lamb Lovers slice with Eddie Khazaal of Lamb on Brunswick St.
TJ talks some words with London based photographer Mon Levchenkova, whose photographs, through a strange unity of intimacy and dissociation, echo her unique approach to sentiment.