To get us in the mood for their third album, Shepparton Airplane have landed at Trouble Juice to talk us through a handful of influences that have inspired the jagged post-punk we’ll be hearing when ‘Sharks’ drops this Friday.
An incredibly mysterious offering that raises more questions than it leaves answers, and accompanied by an equally disorientating film clip, we set out to demystify the madness of Brain Drugs’ debut single ‘Night Shift (at the Fruit Cannery)’, by talking influences with them.
Following the unexpected re-emergence of cult scum-rockers Circle Pit earlier this year, with an unearthed EP made up of tracks recorded almost a decade ago, we had Jack Mannix, one half of the Sydney duo, unravel the chaos that is Wicked Wicked Time.
With almost a decade of music to put his name to, Liam ‘Snowy’ Halliwell has reinvented himself with Snowy Band and shared Audio Commentary, perhaps his most carefully crafted and charming record to date, out now now via Spunk Records and Osborne Again.
Following the release of their brand new EP A State Of Living In An Objective Reality off the back of a huge North American tour, we got in touch with Eliza and the Delusionals to find out what inspired their latest collection of dazzling indie-rock.
Following the release of their new EP Ok Now What last Friday, we had the pleasure of catching up with Melbourne sweethearts Go Get Mum to find out more about their latest batch of charming jangle-pop goodness.
Following the release of ‘Masquerade’ last week, a rousing indie-rock gem packed with striking emotion and dizzying highs, we had the members of Wilderglow interview each other to make sure the quartet weren’t hiding behind any masks of their own.