Of late, to say Dan Sultan is a man-about-town would be an understatement.
With the likes of 2013’s ‘Weird Season’ EP and 2016’s ‘Dream States’ EP under their belt, the garage-pop four piece have this year emerged with their anticipated debut LP, Good Love.
The last time we spoke to Mat McHugh, things were a little different. Firstly, the weather. Secondly, he was just about to embark on his High Up! Summer ’17 tour – a run of shows that had everyone in suspense.
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.
With influences drawing far and wide from Les Paul, to Stevie Ray Vaughan and The Break to The Ventures, stellar guitarist Liz Sedman has carefully hand-picked a band to bring her new surfy, swingy, guitar boogie sounds to life – and does so without a vocalist.
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.