Over the next five weeks, Melbourne-based musician and artist Veeka Nazarova (from Kosmetika and Moth) will be inviting readers into the mysterious world of the Motherland, as she introduces us to acts from across Russia and Ukraine. First up is Saint-Petersburg garage-punks Sonic Death.
Ahead of its official release tomorrow, we caught up with some of the artists featured on The Be Good Project – an initiative presented by Robot Jaw Records that aims to broaden the conversation around mental health, through collaboration with emerging musicians and visual artists.
On her long-awaited debut EP Coffee Cups, Canberra-based singer-songwriter Hope Wilkins shares a collection of evocative indie-rock, packed with heartfelt musings and wry jabs at toxic exes. Now one week since its release, Hope gave us the inside scoop into what inspired the EP.
Following the release of The Death of Foley’s Mall earlier this month, we had the enthralling Wilding walk us through each track, to share the stories that make up his new Coburg-centric concept album.
Following the release of Sing Leaf’s new album Not Earth last month, we dropped in on a conversation between David Como (the Canadian mastermind behind Sing Leaf’s blend of rustic indie-folk and surrealist experimental-pop) and Australian visual artist Jordan Borg.
On Once Again The Present Becomes The Past, Melbourne’s busiest rocker Alien Nosejob (aka Jake Robertson) pulls another U-turn and veers back into grimy punk territory with a new level of focus, firmly gripped on war and history’s insistence on repeating itself.
Enriched with whimsical poeticism, honey-like vocals and a captivating and timeless charisma, Ed Moon’s latest single ‘Moon’ is a gentle, soul-inspired creation. We had the pleasure of chatting with the emerging singer-songwriter about the new track and what’s next.