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SCREAMING JETS: ‘ROCK RADIO RIOT’ TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - April 9, 2018

Next year marks the 30 year milestone for Newcastle’s finest rockers The Screaming Jets, a significant achievement for any band in the music business. For three decades the Jets have inhabited Australia’s record charts and have been a staple for mainstream radio networks such as Triple M. In fact in…

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CITY CALM DOWN: ‘ECHOES IN BLUE’ INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - April 5, 2018

Melbourne based electro-rock band City Calm Down release their new album Echoes in Blue today (April 6), the follow up to their acclaimed 2016 record In A Restless House. From the bleak opening line, “It turned to shit on April 18” off the album opener Joan, I’m Disappearing to the…

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SETH LAKEMAN INTERVIEW (ON TOUR WITH ROBERT PLANT)

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - April 4, 2018

Following the success of British multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer Seth Lakeman’s latest album Ballads of the Broken Few (Cooking Vinyl), the acclaimed multi-instrumentalist had been tapped on the shoulder by none other than Robert Plant to play on that legend’s latest release, Carry Fire. Playing an essential role in the…

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SIX QUIX and Q&A WITH BLACK SUMMER

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 30, 2018

Musical wunderkind Black Summer, otherwise known as Rhys Toms, is back with a luminescent new song Sadness, featuring Bahamian vocalist Chloe Campbell, which was released on March 23. The perfect followup to 2017’s Young Like Me, which has racked up over three million streams across multiple platforms, Sadness is an…

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YOLANDA BROWN: AUSTRALIAN TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 25, 2018

Growing up, YolanDa Brown played piano, violin, drums, and oboe before settling on the saxophone as her main instrument. As further proof that her thirst for knowledge was as great as her love for music, YolanDa notched up two masters degrees in Operations Management, began a PhD and learned Spanish…

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GRAHAM GOULDMAN: 10CC AUSTRALIAN TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 22, 2018

Well before seventies’ art rockers 10cc were churning out hits, band member Graham Gouldman was already a bonefide chart-topping songwriter, having penned some of the biggest selling songs of the sixties. Gouldman had written For Your Love, Heart Full of Stone and Evil Hearted You for The Yardbirds (which kick…

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EILEEN HODGKINS (PERCH CREEK) – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - March 21, 2018

Energetic folksters Perch Creek are back with a mischievous new single Gold Shop, a thrilling car-chase of a track, which is out on March 23. The family band have also announced a hilarious, vintage-inspired clip to accompany Gold Shop, directed alongside Honey Editorial. This single is the second taste of…

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ST. PAUL PETERSON: NOTHING COMPARES 2 PRINCE TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 19, 2018

In 2017 David Bowie fans were treated to some very special shows when past members of Bowie’s band gathered to perform the music of the rock legend. Now fans of Prince have the opportunity to experience a similar, extraordinary celebration when the Nothing Compares 2 Prince show comes to Melbourne…

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LEIGH BAINES (SHIVA & THE HAZARDS) – DRUMS

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - March 16, 2018

Melbourne indie rockers, Shiva And The Hazards have just released their dreamy new single East India Empress, a mesmerising modern throwback track out March 16. The group have also dropped a spellbinding clip to accompany the song, painstakingly pieced together from vintage Bollywood footage. East India Empress is the first…

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LUKE PLUMB & THE CIRCUIT: THE ‘TURN & RETURN’ INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 15, 2018

Branching away from his classical piano and violin training in 1997, Luke Plumb began teaching himself the mandolin and swiftly became one of Australia’s most sought after session musicians. His albums Isfahan and Senan’s Haggart were comprised of bold music from right across Europe and demonstrated his keen awareness of…

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