Interviews

Oscar Key Sung Is Chasing the Ephemeral

Having just released his slow jam crooner EP Altruism and about to take it on tour next month, Oscar Key Sung is chasing the ephemeral of electronic music, the omnipresence of aesthetics, remixing his own beats and the beauty of combining heavy dance music with celestial elements. You’ve described your sophomore EP...
 

Gold Fields and KLP Chat Their New Tunes, Gender Equality in Music and More

With the release of their collaboration Make Me Feel and joint tour, Mark Fuller of Gold Fields and KLP chat back and forth about new tunes, gender differences in the industry, future ambitions and guilty pleasures. MARK: Can you just real quick explain your past as a member of a girl-group when you were younger? How did that even happen and have...
 

Oisima Reveals the Challenges and Rewards of His Debut Album Nicaragua Nights

Following the release of his debut album Nicaragua Nights, Anth Wendt AKA Oisima is feeling nervous and excited. He reveals the trials of making his debut record. Hey man, how’re you doing? Yeah pretty good! Just been chilling at home with my girl and my dog! Nice! Well I guess things have been going pretty well so far, your new album Nicaragua Nights has just...
 

Vonda Shepard Definitely Isn't A "Rookie"

When the hit TV show Ally McBeal came along, the nation was introduced to the vocal talents and music of Vonda Shepard. But, beyond Ally McBeal, Shepard has garnered a worldwide fan base with her numerous albums and tours showcasing her strong vocal talents and musicianship. Shepard is releasing her 14th album "Rookie" on July 10th, and took...
 

Food Court and Upskirts Chat Weird Names, Recording Processes and More

Following a whole bunch of awesome support slots with the likes of Courtney Barnett, Peace and Delta Riggs, Sydney garage legends Food Court have embarked on a short run of headlines dates, including a killer show with Upskirts and Polish Club. We put Food Court and Upskirts in a virtual room (the internet) and forced them to talk.
 

Mighty Cash Cats Channel Johnny Cash, June Carter With New LP “The Ballad of Johnny & June”

Hailing from Ventura, California – where Johnny Cash, ‘The Man In Black,’ himself lived from 1961-1966 – is world-renowned Johnny Cash/June Carter tribute, the Mighty Cash Cats. Their new album, The Ballad of Johnny & June - culled from band namesakes Johnny Cash and June Carter - utilizes the sparse instrumentation of Sun Records, but with updated...
 

Richard Cartwright from Richard In Your Mind Chats Ponderosa on Vinyl, Jerky and Indian Influences

Bespectacled and bearded, Richard Cartwright is found upstairs at Newtown Social preparing for his band’s vinyl launch show. His wiry yet charming presence is infectious as he chats Ponderosa on vinyl, the departure of their stick man and finding influences in India. Hey Richard, thanks for taking the time to chat. Do you want a beer? That’s okay man, but I don’t think...
 

Ferris Wheels, Unicorns and Glitter with GRRL PAL

Perth duo Danny K and Jay LeKat are an unstoppable fun time machine. Exploring Darling Harbour we chatted ferris wheels, unicorns and glitter with GRRL PAL. Okay the ferris wheel is moving! JAY: Oh no! We’re spinning! And we just had breakfast! Oh fuck we’re really high up, I don’t like it up here! DANNY: Are we safe? I don’t know. There’s a really...
 

Diana Upton Hill - A 12-Pack of Questions

With musical roots that began at the age of three, Diana was reared among rehearsals for her father's country-rock band. Her journey began in elementary school when she picked up the flute and would later engage piano lessons and choir. After years of traversing through a variety of options, she settled in her shoes as a vocalist and honed her performance...
 

Catlips Talks the Power of An Artist’s Image

Katie Campbell may seem like a regular gal by day, but at night (and most days really) she dons the colourful identity of Catlips. The only thing trippier than her vibrant outfits is the futuristic electronica she creates. On a sunny morning in the Chinese Garden of Friendship Katie chatted about building her image, fashion and exploring her art through other mediums.
 

Mitch Goudy - A 12-Pack of Questions

Chart-topping new artist Mitch Goudy’s newest single, My Girl’s Hand, is lighting up the phone lines at country radio and currently climbing the MusicRow Charts. When released, this single became the #3 most downloaded track alongside Carrie Underwood, Montgomery Gentry and Jeff Bates. This heartfelt country mid-tempo ballad is off his latest...
 

Peter Bibby Talks Booze, Mates and What It’s Like Playing Music Under His Own Name

Fresh off a flight from Melbourne, adorned in a leather akubra and a brown sheepskin-lined coat, Peter Bibby emanates old school Australian charm like no other*. Sitting in a cafe next to the ABC in Ultimo, Bibby spoke about booze, mates and playing music under his own name. You’ve had a pretty crazy start to the year, how were Laneway...
 

Hannah Bethel - A 12-Pack of Questions

As one of Country Music Association’s ‘Who New To Watch’ artists, this vibrant country artist’s latest release, You Wanna Be My Man, which is off her album Never Ending Sky, is getting an overwhelming amount of response from radio and media. Hailing from Northern Michigan, Bethel’s previous critically-acclaimed singles has lead her to spend the last year touring the...
 

Interview with Bill Wyman - Back to Basics

Speaking with the Stones' former bassist, Bill Wyman, starts off on a musical note but before long you're being swept along both by and with Bill and his other primary passions, photography and history/archaeology. All in all it's an interesting ride, a surprising adventure where one minute he's quipping about musicians and the next about...
 

Introducing Josh Goodlett

There’s sort of an unwritten code that says a real Country singer should believe in certain things. Like family, God, love, America, friendship, those sorts of things. And, of course, Country music. So if you go by the code, Josh Goodlett is everything a Country singer is supposed to be. Oh, and he can really sing, too. From the Louisville, Kentucky area...
 
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