We spoke to Rolling Blackouts Costal Fever about their breakout 2018, maintaining an energetic quality in their recordings, the changing political landscape of their homeland and how their songs reflect wider forces that we can't control.
Housed in a snug bar and fuelled by an abundance of pizza, we spoke Forster, Harrison and Riley Jones of The Goon Sax.
We spoke to 7-piece band Tigercats about their latest album Pig City.
"And so it is that Mikey Collins and I find ourselves, in late July, sheltering from another climatic battering in a campsite cafe huddled over steaming cups of tea..."
We spoke to Phantastic Ferniture – the euphoric garage-pop project of Julia Jacklin, Elizabeth Hughes and Ryan K Brennan.
With RVG seemingly on an unstoppable ascendancy, we spoke to them about the story of the record that took them there.
We chatted to the Melbourne three-piece, Loose Tooth, about their new record Keep Up.
We spoke to Fraser A. Gorman about his latest self-released album Easy Dazy.
East Brunswick All Girls Choir emerged in the last 2000's amidst Melbourne's strong music scene and promptly marked themselves out from the crowd. We spoke to band member Marcus Hobbs about the release of their new album, Teddywaddy.
“Hey!” comes a greeting so purposeful and ruthlessly efficient that if it weren’t accompanied by a Cheshire cat grin - peeking from beneath an...
"Coming four years after Laura Jean's first album, Devotion is a record that acts as a bridge between her adult self and her adolescent formative years..."
Peer into the inner workings of Evelyn Ida Morris in the midst of the release of their new album.
Take an in depth look into Courtney Barnett's new album 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'.
Verge Collection on new album Flaneur, coming of age and being a 'poor man's Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever'. With a liberal dose of self-deprecating humour, a...
Having released new album Her last month, the Melbourne band explore comfort and catharsis.
The Clientele's Alasdair MacLean talks English suburbia, nostalgia and Music For The Age Of Miracles ahead of the band's show at Scala.
How To Socialise And Make Friends feels like the vital soundtrack to an ongoing societal change
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.