We caught up with Endless Boogie just months before they hit the shores of Australia to play Golden Plains Sixx festival to talk about the tour, new material and much more.
Ahead of their tour here as part of the Soundwave Festival, I had a chat to Strung Out drummer Jordan Burns about the new year, Soundwave, Top Contenders and everything in between.
360 has reached stellar success over the last year. From his eagerly hyped rap battles to his gold album, Falling and Flying - we talk about it all.
We caught up with Caitlin Park to discuss her latest album Milk Annual, talk about some new material, playing Laneway sideshows with Active Child and much more.
We sit down with Mexican guitar maestro Rodrigo Sanchez, one half of the acclaimed duo Rodrigo Y Gabriela to discuss the story behind their latest record Area 52, a potential Australian tour and what it's like working with acclaimed soundtrack composers.
Backstage at the annual Peats Ridge Festival over New Years Eve, Larry Heath caught up with Adelaide's Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! to talk about their experiences at the festival, their epic support slots and much more...
As you will read on, you'll find out that I can't categorise St. Alban's four-piece Enter Shikari at all. For a band who've been smashing stages worldwide since their first release Take To The Skies, they're still constantly adding and playing around with different musical elements which set them apart from their other post-hardcore counterparts.
Blue King Brown are no strangers on the international world music scene and are one of Australia's well-loved roots collectives. Coming back to Adelaide for WOMAD this year, I speak with BKB's front woman Natalie Pa'apa'a about what we can expect.
We chat to Sydney's Richard Cuthbert about playing Peats Ridge, his new record, and we look forward into 2012 - heading to Berlin and more... listen on!
Larry caught up with four-piece indie rockers Wild Flag to talk about their debut album, touring and much more.
Harrison Stafford, one of the founding members of Californian based reggae/roots collective Groundation, calls through to chat about the act's upcoming trip to Australia for WOMAD 2012.
As the annual Womadelaide festival draws near, Adelaide is getting ready to host local and international artists alike to join in celebrating world music and performance. I speak with Elizabeth Drake, of Melbourne based duo Two Pianos, who are bringing their acclaimed production Canto Ostinato by Simeon Ten Holt to the festival in 2012.
Filmed at Peats Ridge Festival and at Festival of the Sun, we find out the New Years Resolutions of bands from around Australia for 2012. Including The Brothers Grim, The Medics, Pigeon, The Holidays, The Delta Riggs, Microwave Jenny, The Snowdroppers, Benjalu, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Minnie Marks, Thundamentals, Sietta and Richard Cuthbert.
We caught up with New Zealand's Gatherer to chat about their debut album So Be It and much more...
Fresh from playing a captivating set of luscious indie pop at Peats Ridge Festival, Simon and Will from The Holidays chat to Lucy Inglis of The AU Review about the magic of Peats Ridge, their upcoming album, possible tours and the thrills of being a part of Harvest.