Kagu Talk About Their New Single "Human"

Are you suffering from post-band-breakup depression after Snakadaktal? Well, we’ve got the right remedy for you: presenting Kagu. Guitar and vocal man Sean Heathcliff (and the man who puts the “daktal” in Snakadaktal) has started his new music venture called Kagu. And cue cheers from music lovers everywhere and proud Melbournites. We’re especially...

Interview with Highasakite

Jen Ng caught up with Ingrid and Marte from Norwegian alternative-indie-pop band, Highasakite, ahead of their sideshows and Laneway performances across Australia, to talk about how they manage to keep grounded from all the fame and how their acclaimed new album, Silent Treatment, came to be. Highasakite is made up of Ingrid Helene...

Interview with Hannah Joy

Hannah Joy has been building her reputation as one to watch on the Sydney scene… that’s if she ever finishes uni! On the day of her single launch for Shiver, Wither the young songstress spoke to Happy about working with Minx and other DJs to grow as a musician, her debut EP and the importance of building a public persona. We were just talking about how...

Interview With Audio-Visual DJ and Video Artist Ego

Jen Ng caught up with Sydney based audio-visual DJ and video artist, Ego, just before his flight to Coffs Harbour for a live show as part of his Between Dreams tour. She spoke about what his unique profession entails, what you can expect at a live show and his big dreams for the future. Did you hear about Australian DJ and producer, Glover, and how he...

Interview with Alt Pop Singer Bri Clark

Newly initiated alternative pop singer-songwriter, Bri Clark, comes to us from Western Australia and has already started getting a few plays on Triple J Unearthed/ Triple J Radio with her new track Never Far Enough. This wom*n has strong soul sensibilities with rich tonal qualities in her voice, and that combined with her lighter pop musicality puts us in mind of Sky Ferreira.

Interview with Iceage

We first introduced you to punk rock band Iceage mid last year. Forming in 2008, the Danish punk rock band have since released their debut album, New Brigade (2011), and their second album, You’re Nothing (2013). Their latest album, Plowing through the Field of Love is a lamenting exposé of gripping emotional prowess. While tinged with Country and Western...

Stax Osset Discusses Finding "Symmetry" In Her Music

A welcoming celestial subculture of the pink kind, with a distinct love of cats, and philosophy of world harmony, is on the brink of taking flight. Leading the way is Melbourne’s dream pop producer and vocalist, Megan Kent. After a series of demos and a guest appearance on hiphop/rapper Allday‘s Startup Cult LP in the track Milligrams ...

Tomatrax interviews Lunatics On Pogosticks

Tomatrax spoke with indie-garage-pop band, Lunatics On Pogosticks, ahead of their single tour this month, to get a more personal insight into who the band are, what you can expect from them in the big 2015 and the impact of winning a triple j unearthed competition – is the news good or bad? You’ll soon find out! How did the band form? James and I just started making...

Platinum Power: Miranda Lambert Talks about Songwriting, Celebrity and Gibson Guitars

Earlier this month, Miranda Lambert took home her fifth consecutive trophy as the Country Music Association’s “Female Vocalist of the Year.” In addition, the acclaimed country artist earned top CMA honors in the categories of “Single of the Year” (for “Automatic”) and “Album of the Year” (forPlatinum). Still, like her husband, Blake Shelton, Lambert has maintained a down-to-earth...

Tomatrax Interviews Eliza Hull

Melbourne’s dream-pop songstress, Eliza Hull, known for her ethereal soundscapes, has toured with the likes of Owl Eyes, Hayden Calnin and SAFIA. Ahead of her performance at New Years On The Hill festival, Tomatrax had a chat with Eliza about her debut album The Bones Of Us due out early 2015. Expect wholesomely divine vocals met with synth driven...

Geoff Hooton Talks About "Salesman (Hole in My Neck)"

We often endeavour to adopt the characteristics of those we look up to, to be the best we can be. After all the saying goes: “Imitation is the highest form of flattery”. As musicians we often aspire to capture certain feelings or sounds our idol’s have perfected – whether it’s the sense of elevation through epic production or nostalgia through certain synth samples, our own...

Jim Ed Brown: Never Out Of Style

Jim Ed Brown’s smooth, understated vocal was a radio favorite for the better part of three decades, in contrast to the work of vocalists of the period like Marty Robbins and Waylon Jennings, who, while excellent, made their names through the cult of personality as much as their singing. But Brown achieved his success with a sound built on melody and tone...

Interview with The Cairos

Brisbane, Australia four-piece The Cairos finally released their debut album Dream of Reason to the frothing excitement of fans and critics alike. Since then the boys have knuckled down touring Australia, the U.S, Europe and sold out their gig in a Chinese war lord’s mansion. Taking a break from watching the cricket at their label’s fancy-pants offices, Alistar...

Interview With Tkay Maidza

Adelaide, Australia’s Tkay Maidza has been stomping into the clubs and into the spotlight as one of the most promising Aussie music exports. Whether she’s playing to a thousand sweaty people, laying down beats in the studio or pretending to be in a shootout with other musos, the young Tkay has shown a tenacity to continue to grow and learn.

The Worriers Talk About What 'Mama Said'

Ah, Christmas is just around the corner! Children are waiting anxiously in their beds straining their little ears for the faintest hints of hooves on the roof. Parents are anxiously trying to wrap parents silently before their nosey kids stumble upon reality and have their childish wonder abolished at age six (like a certain Happy editor). Regardless of religious...
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