Category Archive: music

Interview: Jim Bob hits the road

Writer and musician Jim Bob is embarking on a long-awaited solo tour at the end of the year. We ask him what we can expect.

Interview: Getting to Know Mahalia

Big things lie ahead for teenage singer/songwriter Mahalia, who has already collaborated with Rudimental. We asked her to tell us more.

Interview: Slowly Slowly roll with the punches

Melbourne-based duo Slowly Slowly have just dropped a new single. We talk to Ben Stewart from the band about it.

Hey London, MPG’s Q-Time is back!

Attention all budding music producers, there is an event next week in London that you are going to want to get yourself along to.

Album review: Max Gowan – Mass Transit

A year after his exceptional and mature debut, Max Gowan has followed up with an album that is deeper and more thoughtful.

Music Review: Nearly Oratorio – Tin

Melbourne-based musician Simon Lam, otherwise known as Nearly Oratio, has recently dropped his new EP. Here are our thoughts.

Premiere: Baskervillain, Wish You Were Gone

We’re excited to kick-off your weekend by premiering the brand new track from Brisbane-based four piece Baskervillian.

Interview: Summer Flake wants to play

We talk to one of our favourites, Steph Crase, better known as Summer Flake, about her brand new album, Hello Friends.

Interview: Twin Haus have ideas and vision

After the success of their debut EP in 2014, Brisbane band Twin Haus have just dropped their follow-up. We chat to them to find out more.

Interview: Melbourne band, Loose Tooth

Melbourne guitar-pop trio Loose Tooth have just dropped their first EP ’Saturn Returns’. We grabbed them for a bit of a yarn.

Review: Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats

Sophie Metcalfe heads to Cherry Bar and discovers why Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats are towering above the trend.

Getting to know The Sugarcanes

Melbourne five-piece The Sugarcanes are dropping their debut album this week. We asked them to tell us more about themselves.

Protected with Antivirus