Body Music
A chat with Cong Josie

Following the release of his thrilling debut album Cong! under his newly minted moniker Cong Josie, Nic Oogjes was kind enough to sit down with us for a wide ranging chat about all things within the world of Cong, including the project’s origins, the multitude of influences and the cathartic nature of the project.

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Mid-Evening – Evening Demos

Under his moniker Mid-Evening, Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Robert Nguyen recently shared his debut EP Evening Demos, a collection of multi-layered ditties, jam-packed with woozy keyboard melodies and velvety rhythms. We caught up with Rob to hear about the process involved in creating each track.

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Jaala – Gap Tooth

One month after the release of Gap Tooth, the sprawling and meditative third full-length from enigmatic Melbourne outfit Jaala, band leader Cosi delves into the album’s change of pace and unravels the arcane soundscapes and oblique lyricism behind each of its tracks.

Trouble Juice do FLOW Festival

As Melbourne begins to reopen, we were lucky enough to head along to FLOW Festival last weekend in Footscray. With a sense of renewal in the air, it was a gloriously relaxed day with excellent vibes and some of the best funk and soul this city has to offer.