Larry Heath catches up with Kishi Bashi at Austin City Limits in Texas, as they talk about a new record release and touring.
Larry Heath sits down with Black Lips at 2012's Austin City Limits in Texas.
Flume talks about the triple j house party tour and much more to Larry Heath, while at BIGSOUND in Brisbane.
Larry Heath catches up with Melbourne group Skipping Girl Vinegar while they were at The Aussie BBQ at CMJ in New York City to talk about their travels, their shows, their music, their amazing artwork and much more...
It's been a while since we last saw Montreal's Patrick Watson in Australia, since January 2010 in fact (You can see our coverage of his Sydney Festival shows HERE). While at Austin City Limits, Larry caught up with Patrick to talk about the album he's released since then, what's next and much more!
Larry sits down with Joshua Tillman aka Father John Misty at Austin City Limits to talk about his last trip to Australia, what he's been up to since - and we get the scoop that FJM will be back in early 2013. Larry apologizes for exposing his knees. It was hot in Austin.
At CMJ, Andrew WK tells Larry about achieving his dreams of partying hard, his love of My Little Pony, Taco Bell, plans to record a new album in 2013 and much much more...
I had the chance to follow up my video of Lister getting up in LA and this time catch him painting a mural at our friend Simon Lovelace‘s Sydney gallery, blank_space. Although often on canvases in major galleries these days, Lister still burns them out like a street boss.
I’ve always found it a little awkward when Tonight Alive tried to include plot in their videos because it always seemed like they tossed it in as an afterthought. Thankfully, the punk-rockers have forgone any elements of a storyline in their latest music video, with the focus one hundred percent on performance.
Bubble O'Bills. VCRs. The Mighty Ducks. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Hubba Bubba. Goosebumps books.
Melbourne's Lowlakes have turned the 'haunting dreampop' notch up to 11 with the video for their song "Cold Company". Tom Snowdon's vocals are gorgeous as ever, while the rhythmic percussion courtesy of Jack Talbot adds a real dramatic and persistent vibe which carries the song strongly.
Coming off the success of his hit 'Maybe Tomorrow,' rapper Chance Waters is now busy promoting his new single 'Young & Dumb' with the fabulous Bertie Blackman.
It's been long anticipated follow up to Birds Of Tokyo's multi platinum self-titled record and to tease us with next years release, the band have thrown up a cracker little EP. "This Fire" is the lead single from it and has Ian Kenny's trademark voice and lyrical poetry, picking up nicely from where they left off with the last record. Judging by this, they have another number one album on the way.
Sydney's Fishing have released a film clip to accompany their single, "Choy Lin"! We here at The AU think it's pretty eclectic, and all over pretty awesome - definitely not your run-of-the-mill music video! The animation is as sweeping as the music and has a great little sense of adventure, with the music providing a cool soundtrack.
We want your thoughts on "Choy Lin"! Check the video out and let us know!
Brisbane band Cub Scouts have just released a new music video for their single "Told You So", off their debut EP, which you can view HERE. Always ones to keep things interested, the band have also released a hilarious tour diary outlining their time on the road with Loon Lake last month. From chasing sheep to Outback Chips, conjunctivitis and cute dogs, Cub Scouts show what a rock n roll lifestyle looks like... at least in their eyes.