Just before they wrap up their I’ve Been Radicalised tour this weekend, we caught up with local punk madmen Private Function to find out about the shows so far, their latest punchy film clip and what’s up next for the band.
A celebration of regional towns, Australian music and good vibes, Grampians Music Festival returns for its fourth year at the end of the month. Ahead of the event, we caught up with the festival programmer Juliette Lalli to find out what’s in store for us this year.
Sydney’s Third Eye Stimuli Records have spent the better part of the last five years slinging records from some of Australia’s most exciting and adventurous rock ’n’ rollers. Ahead of their showcase in Melbourne this weekend, we had a chat with the masterminds behind the label.
Delving unabashedly into haunting post-rock, Batpiss frontman Thomy Sloane and celebrated cellist Lucy Waldron have created ‘Colour, Landscape and Light’, a stirring, minimalist soundscape that evokes apocalyptic despair.
Backing up a busy end to 2019, Melbourne newcomers Albert Street have served up two new singles today to keep their winning streak going – ‘King Of My Soul’ and ‘Skelter Helter’ showcase two unique sides of the band’s blossoming sound, while complementing each other perfectly.
Gold Coast singer-songwriter Hannah Campbell’s latest single ‘Blue’ is an ode to the bonds of friendship that hold us together, and just listening to the track makes us feel like we’ve made a new friend in Hannah.
Off the back of the release of her single ‘You Look Good In Blue’ last month, we caught up with local singer-songwriter Al Parkinson to find out what inspired her latest dose of captivating indie-folk.
During an extended stint in Melbourne which has seen them become instantly adopted by the local music scene, we got in touch with Tobias and Cal from Glaswegian post-punk group Kaputt to find out how the two cities compare.