Earlier this year, Brisbane indie-rock hero Jeremy Neale released his sophomore album We Were Trying To Make It Out, a real left-right-goodnight bombardment of his contagious power-pop goodness, and today he’s done us the pleasure of giving us a peek into his musical influence evolution.
Following the release of ‘Heart Sways’, we got in touch with Sydney multi-instrumentalist Tom Crandles, the mastermind behind Prudence, to find out what inspired his latest piece of delicate, experimental pop.
Led by an unparalleled intimacy, the latest album from seasoned minstrel Sweet Whirl distils experience of the love-addled into universal and incredibly resonant poetry. Walking us through the album track by track, Esther Edquist gave her insights on the wider themes surrounding How Much Works.
Sydney’s noise-rock duo Party Dozen are back with their new boundary-pushing album Pray For Party Dozen, and ahead of its release tomorrow, we had the pleasure of discussing it with saxophonist Kirsty Tickle.
Last month Maddy Jane dropped her highly anticipated debut album Not All Bad Or Good, a true whirlwind of emotion and genre. We had the pleasure of getting some insight into the phenomenal record from Maddy herself.
After years of relentless touring and releasing five acclaimed records with her band Punčke, Croatian born singer-songwriter Lucija Ivšič relocated to Melbourne and found a new musical persona Mockingbird. We had a chat with Lucija to find out about the new project.