Following the release of their new single ‘Party’ last month, we got in touch with Sydney-based groovers The Sugarland Express to dig into the influences behind their latest blast of gloriously addictive psychedelic-pop.
Two months on from the release of her fiery debut single ‘Lowlight’, Nighteyes has returned with an evocative new clip for the track, so we got in touch with the rising artist to find out what’s been going on.
With the release of their sophomore album With Gusto just around the corner, we caught up with surrealist pop connoisseurs Eggy to dig into the sounds and ideas that inspired the upcoming record, as well as taking a dip into their woozy new single ‘Fill in the Blanks’.
Off the back of the release of In Spirit last week, the third album from New Zealand/London group Popstrangers, we got in touch with vocalist/guitarist Joel Flyger to get the stories behind the warped and visceral indie-rock that makes up the new record.
Following the release of his striking debut album Rooms of the Red Castle last month, we got in touch with Mailman to delve into each track that makes up this stunning collection of arty and shapeshifting alternative-folk.
Following the release of their heady debut album last week, we got in touch with Purple Dye to dig into the mishmash of experimental instrumentals, psychedelic soundscapes and imaginative grooves that makes up Like Ecstasy.
Following the release of her latest single and the joyous new clip to match, we got in touch with House of Biscotti to delve into the influences that make up ‘Good Baby, Bad Baby’, her latest dose of addictive 90’s tinged electronica.
Following its release last month, we caught up with emerging indie-pop talent Maddy Petch to delve into her radiant debut single ‘December’ and to find out what might go down at its launch show at The Leadbeater this Thursday.
Ahead of her single launch tonight at the Gasometer, we caught up with rising singer-songwriter Rose Bassett to dig into ‘Winning The Lottery’, her dazzling debut single that lures us into the charming indie-rock world of her new solo project.
Just two months on from the release of their latest EP, nite fruit are back with ‘Like A Butterfly’, a new dose of their vibrant experimental-pop goodness, and to celebrate we caught up with the duo to find out what’s been going on.
Following the release of their new album To Burn Oneself last month, we got in touch with local rockers Tug to dig into the influences behind their latest collection of explosive and zany psychedelic excursions.