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.
Category Archives: Interviews
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 […]
From the depths of Brisbane emerged indie 6-piece Mosman Alder. Their debut EP is about to hit stores and a few live gigs have been locked-in for June/July, including a spot on the Splendour In The Grass bill. Last week, we spoke to Kat – the redheaded pianist, about hopes, Splendour stalking and Arcade Fire. Where are you and […]
Elizabeth Rose is Sydney’s latest up-and-coming producer. She’s about to embark on a tour and is preparing for the mid-year release of her debut EP, which features collaborations with a stack of talented producers and bands. We thought, what better time to have a bit of a chinwag with her about life, music and future, than […]
Catherine Kelleher AKA Catcall is our latest girl crush. The Sydney based electro-pop songstress let loose her debut record The Warmest Place just over a week ago – primetime to talk inspirations, dream collaborations and stalking confessions. Where are you and what are you wearing? [Laughs] I’m in my apartment in Surry Hills and I’m just wearing a pair of […]
Having only formed last year, five piece indie rock lads Zulu Winter are already making a name for themselves as being THE band of 2012. They’ll be heading down to Australia in July for Splendour In The Grass 2012. Ahead of this though, we spoke to frontman Will Daunt in a van, post-gig. Where are you and […]
We caught up with Danish producer Kasper Bjørke the other day to talk about new album Fool. At the time of phone-call, he was chilling in his jocks.
To our delight, British minimal-electro duo Mount Kimbie are heading back to Australia next month for a few shows. Ahead of this though, we invaded Kai Campo’s South London morning for a chin-wag.
Ahead of the release of their Danger Mouse-produced debut record, we had a very relaxed chat with LA-based indie duo Electric Guest.
Aussie born, UK-based female singer/songwriter Christa Vi is prepping for a big 2012. With the recent release of her debut EP and another on the way, we felt it was the perfect time to have a chat with her about what’s going down in Christa-town. Christa, please set the scene for us. I’m in my flat […]
With his debut EP almost set for release, we thought it’d be an ideal time to catch up 22 year-old Lancelot.
Australian disco-dance producer BENI has returned to his Sydney studio for a short stint. We were lucky to catch up with him to discuss debut record House of Beni along with the height of his collaborators before he jet off back to Miami. House of Beni is out on the streets. How’s the ride so far? It’s […]
Out of Brisbane comes Last Dinosaurs, an indie-pop four-piece that are just about to drop their debut LP, In A Million Years. We had a very comfortable chat with lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Sean Caskey about the evolution of the Last Dinosaurs
Twenty-two year old Trevor Powers produces dreamy indie tracks under the moniker of Youth Lagoon. In a recent Q&A sesh, we discussed his debut record, musical influences and his first ever musical tour.