In two days, the wonderful Sarah Blasko will release new album I Awake. She took time out of her busy schedule for a probing.
Category Archives: Interviews
“‘Chunk Of Change’ was just all that I had, ‘Manners’ was all that I had time for, and ‘Gossamer’ was all I could stand.” We interviewed Michael Angelakos, front-man of US indie-pop crew Passion Pit backstage at Parklife Melbourne.
Last weekend, we rubbed shoulders backstage with Parklife 2012 headliners The Presets. This is our interview with Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes, Australian electro royalty.
The other day, we talked shit with British electro-pop badass Charli XCX. The conversation was fun, insightful and really quite comfortable. So comfortable in fact, that we actually ended the discussion talking about her fascination with poo. Yep.
Last week, we spoke with a free-balling Dave Rennick – one fifth of renowned Sydney-based indie-rock crew Dappled Cities. We discussed new, fourth studio record Lake Air, details of their upcoming tour, and the band’s severe lack of punch-ups.
We probed former choirboy Jean-Philip Grobler, the man behind infectious, experimental pop project St. Lucia.
We had the privilege of chatting with Scissor Sisters’ multi-instrumentalist, and personal idol Babydaddy about new album Magic Hour, and upcoming Australian tour.
We chewed the fat with Noah Beresin, one half of Philadelphian alternative hip hop duo Chiddy Bang. The boys return to Australia in September for Parklife 2012 and according to Noah, they are pretty fucking pumped for it. Where are you and what are you wearing? Woah! Right now I’m in Grand Rapid, Michigan and I’m getting ready for a […]
We spoke with keyboardist and guitarist Lawrence Diamond from London-based indie-pop outfit CITIZENS!. The Parklife music festival act has some weird shit in-store for their Australian performances.
Last week, we jumped on the phone with young Sydney beat-maker Harley Streten AKA Flume. The 2012 Parklife festival act has plans to stalk Justice, release an album later this year, and collaborate with Pitbull.
Ahead of playing at Splendour in the Grass and Parklife, we chewed the fat with Sydney’s own DJ/producer Alison Wonderland whilst she was shopping at an Apple Store in floral pants.
Oliver Tank has returned home after spending some time in the UK, gigging throughout. We had a chat with the 22-year-old Sydney lad about his musical journey thus far and his upcoming headline tour.
Jordan Arts and Sam McCarthy are New Zealand’s KidsOf88. We spoke with Sam about the impending release of their new Modern Love LP, his rapist-inspired outfit, and collaborating with The Naked & Famous.
Karen O, front-woman for New York indie-rock trio the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, was in Sydney this week performing latest production Stop The Virgens as part of the annual Vivid Live Festival. We managed to score a rare and exclusive interview with her.
With Total Warr (pronounced Total Wah) unleashing their new EP next week, we jumped on the Skype machine for a chat with one-half of the Parisian duo. Kiki was drinking his morning coffee at the time, from a Guns N’Roses mug. Imagine all of his responses in a very cool albeit dreamy French accent. Where are you and what […]