After recently being the first Australian band to be signed to international label Rude Records, Sydney pop-punk trio are due to release their new EP ‘Sidewinder’ this year. We had a chat lead singer Bonnie to find out more.
There are few things in life that are better than a belly-achingly good laugh. So, if you don’t yet know the name Neel Kolhatkar, make sure to list it at the top of your things to do because he guarantees just that.
Bendigo On The Hop, Australia’s best winter craft beer festival, will once again pair some of the finest venues in town and Australia’s best breweries. Craft beer lovers get to meet and talk to the brewers, be entertained by talented musicians and meet people who are as passionate about craft beer as you walk from venue to venue in beautiful Bendigo.
Live-looping wunderkind Phia is hitting the road for her Sky and Sea Tour alongside indie-pop chameleon Georgia Fields, as they re-imagine songs from their recent albums. We chat to Phia in the midst of the tour.
Melbourne indie-folk duo Someday June consists of guitarist Troy White and singer/songwriter Bec Sykes, who have joined forces to create their uniquely beautiful style of music through their debut EP. We chat to Bec ahead of the EP release.
From going platinum with Illy to closing out Splendour with Flume, sold-out national tours and now on the brink of releasing her debut album Perennial, Celia Pavey AKA Vera Blue is unstoppable.
They started with a bang before taking time off to hone their craft. Following an eighteen-month hiatus, Crooked Colours recently released their debut album Vera.
It’s quite common to listen to a band and hear the obvious influence of the decades that came before it, but sometimes a very special act comes along that genuinely sound like they are from that era. This is the case for The Teskey Brothers.
WA blues guitar slinger Matty T Wall announces that he’ll be legging it over to the east coast this August in support of his new single ‘Broken Heart Tattoo’. We chat to Matty ahead of his tour.
Returning for its fourth year running, The Mane Event Music Festival is the local festival giving back to the community. Partnered with the Lions Club, the event this year aims to reach a total fundraising goal of $10,000, which will be donated directly to headspace Geelong.