Following the release of new album Semicircle, The Go! Team's Ian Parton discusses working methods, recording in Detroit and why Motown is one of mankind's greatest achievements.
Speaking ahead of a US tour, Bully talk about the influence of the political landscape on new album Losing.
We catch up with Haiku Salut ahead of their London shows this week.
How the release of his 25th album saw Paul Kelly score his first number one at 62 years old.
It’s an evening that has the feeling of a celebratory victory lap rather than the opening of a new chapter.
Life is fine, claims Paul Kelly on his new album. For two hours in the Shepherd's Bush Empire, irrespective of whatever ills were going on in the outside world, it has been.
"If I'm given the privilege of a platform then I want to say something that's meaningful to me, and if it's meaningful to me hopefully other people will find meaning from it.”
Jen Cloher's been overdue wider recognition for a decade or more, and her latest album may well prove to be the vehicle that enables her to achieve it.
The end of a label: A final interview with Fortuna Pop's Sean Price.
We talk to Laura Imbruglia about her music-meets-comedy TV series Amateur Hour.
Milk! Record and Bedroom Suck come together for a subscription singles club celebrating Melbourne's artistic community. We talk to the people behind it.
We grab a pint in Melbourne with Jade Imagine ahead of her debut EP.
Allo Darlin give one of their last ever interviews to Gareth Ware.
The Melbourne singer-songwriter talks Courtney Barnett comparisons, gender equality in music and that all-important debut album.
"A lot of people say it's easy to write a pop song. How many of those people have actually written a number one pop song?”
With two high-quality EPs under their belt and a clear, industrious ambition at their core, this could well turn out to be their breakout year.
The party never stops with Gareth Ware's Fortuna POP! album guide
Gareth Ware's tribute to the wonderful Fortuna Pop.
Gareth Ware talks to Sodastream about their new album Little by Little.
A touching tribute to Allo Darlin' by Gareth Ware
Even by the lofty standards of a November in Manchester, it's cold. The kind of savage cold that briefly causes you to go into...