Ahead of their album launch tomorrow night at The Tote, we sat down for a chat with the boys from (arguably) Melbourne’s loudest psych band, Pseudo Mind Hive, to get the lowdown on their debut album From Elsewhere.
imbi the girl’s latest single ‘swell’ is a glorious combination of blissed-out beats, poetic lyrics and all-round good vibes. We couldn’t resist exploring what influences lie behind the track, so we had a chat with imbi to get a closer look.
Currently on tour in support of their fourth album Natural Born Chillers, we caught up with local punk-ska powerhouse The Bennies to find out what inspired their latest collection of psychotic rock n’ roll.
On their debut single ‘Rush’, Sydney indie-rockers Goodnight Japan offer up a propulsive cut of garage pop, full with fuzz and emotion, so we caught up with the band to find out what inspired the track.
Merpire’s debut EP Endless Chatter is a dazzling collection of euphoric dream-pop, full with sparkling synthesisers, woozy guitars and mastermind Rhiannon Arkinson-Howatt’s illuminative vocals, and immediately asserts Merpire as an act to keep an eye on.
Local indie-punks Mount Defiance latest single ‘Hospital Gown’ is an anthemic track about growing up that hits hard with emotion and explosive energy. To celebrate the release, we had a chat with the band to find out what has been influencing their latest tracks.
As hard-hitting as it is danceable, Brisbane alt-rockers The Dollar Bill Murray’s latest single ‘The Shape You Take’ is full with swank and swagger. Currently on tour, we had a chat with the band to find out what influenced the new track.
Sometimes propulsive and brutal, others ominously sweet, Gamjee’s debut EP Crooked is a wild collection of manic garage psych. To get a better insight into the release, we had vocalist/guitarist Sam Harding talk us through each of the EP’s tracks.
Off the back of new single ‘Baby Steps’ and in the lead up to their show at The Workers Club tomorrow night with Lazertits, Shady Nasty and Hearts and Rockets, we got talking influences with Melbourne mainstays Bench Press.
Liam Linley’s debut EP In the Course of Love is a collection of poignant indie folk, full with warm guitars, thoughtful lyrics and Liam’s endearing charm, indicative of a versatile musician who has clearly spent the last few years honing his craft.