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MUKI: On Breaking The “Safe” Pop Mould

Written by on 9 May 2018

“When I was three years old I would walk around and be like ‘I wanna be a superstar!’” Sydney-based pop-dream MUKI is well on her way to reaching that superstar status. With three singles under her belt, support act slots for the likes of Paces and Client Liaison, the MUKI project has landed on the [...]

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MEZKO: On Glam Rock & A More Androgynous Future

Written by on 7 May 2018

After establishing a brand with their 2017 debut, Polychronic, Sydney multi-instrumentalist duo MEZKO recently unveiled their latest track and music video, Come & Go. Come & Go is an uplifting track about just getting on with it. The theme: when you’re faced with struggles, sometimes you’ve got to pick yourself up and walk away with [...]

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ILUKA: On Storytelling, Harnessing the Dark Side & Community

Written by on 30 April 2018

Defiant resilience rising from turbulent waves of emotion, the magnetism of connecting with nature and delving deep into internal darkness. For 26-year-old ILUKA AKA Nikki Thorburn, these things and so many more led to the end result of her latest musical output with the release of an EP, Ritual. With the EP bursting at the seams with [...]

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GUM: On Douche Chills, Tame Impala & Science Fiction

Written by on 20 April 2018

Last week I had the pleasure of chatting to GUM following the release of his latest album The Underdog. For the uninitiated, GUM is the solo project of Tame Impala and Pond member, Jay Watson. Since 2014 he has treated us to four LPs, each with their own distinct personality. Watson describes The Underdog as [...]

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