Ahead of next week’s showcase, we got to know a few of the acts a little more intimately. In Part 1, we talk useless skills with Obscura Hail, weird dreams with Gena Rose Bruce and First Beige try to sell us a Kendama.
Today we have the pleasure of premiering the new EP from Melbourne indie-pop five piece The Fainters – full with deftly crafted instrumentals, witty lyrics and subtle hooks, it’s an endearing listen that plays like a long overdue catch up with an old friend.
For the first time, Baked Goods and Trouble Juice are teaming up for our very own unofficial BIGSOUND showcase this year and ahead of the big day, we thought we’d give you an advanced tasting of what we’ll be serving up next Wednesday, September 4th at Barbara.
One half of local gig guide Johnston Street, Bill Golding has spent the last three years documenting the local music scene with his camera, and to celebrate the milestone of reaching 100,000 shots, he’s holding his first photography exhibition next week.
Following the release of his latest blast of colourful indie-rock, Sydney noise-maker and proud DIYer Timi Temple has given us a glimpse at his creative process, with an inspiring opinion piece that doubles as his DIY mantra.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of The Tropes’ debut album Bottom Of The Ocean, Roolette Records founder and Tropes superfan, Carsten Bruhn, got in touch with the band’s frontman, James McLean, to learn a little more about his favourite album of 2018.