Micah P Hinson has once again produced an intimate, detailed record.
Ahoy! We swap letters from afar with enigmatic shapespinner, songweaver and multidisciplinary dreamer Joachim Kühn.
We’re excited to present the latest medley of psychedelic ear-sweets from Tasmanian disc spinner, Rainbow Trout.
It’s time to dust off that denim jacket with all those sewn-on patches as Something You Said looks ahead to the Stone Free Festival.
We headed along last night to the Nike Sportswear Air Max Lab for a sneaky preview ahead of its official opening this Saturday.
On the other side of a mystical summer, Chloe Mayne swings back through the paddock for the golden anniversary of the Plains.
With a career spanning almost four decades, Kim Salmon howls through the halls of Australian music legend. We chat to him.
Ian Robertson spins the debut EP from revered Milan shoegaze outfit Árirang… “Árirang was born in Milan as a matter of sound. Maybe an orchestra, maybe just a solo.” Being well acquainted with fellow… Read More
One bittersweet week after Meredith’s Silver Jubilee wrapped itself up with a confetti bang, Chloe Mayne takes us for a stroll through the forested daydream that was… Oh, Meredith; the sparkled stuff of… Read More
In January, Sydney Festival-goers can blast off and rock out with The Cambodian Space Project in ‘Cosmic Cambodia’; a high energy, sci-fi psych rock ’n’ roll take on a Phnom Penh karaoke bar.… Read More
‘Suffragette’ is currently playing as part of a fine programme of British movies at the BBC First British Film Festival across Australia. Bobby Townsend checked it out in Brisbane: Starring the ace Carey Mulligan, Suffragette… Read More
As the Label of Love celebrations at Melbourne’s Shadow Electric Bandroom continue to rumble, we chat with the next purveyors of independent sonica, Lost and Lonesome: First of all, would you like to introduce… Read More