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Willaris. K: On natural selections and imperfections

Written by on 16 January 2019

“The things that I was questioning because they were different, those are the things I’m like…much more comfortable with and follow those things,” Jack McAllister explains. Better known by the moniker, Willaris. K, the Northern NSW local has just wrapped up a quite frankly explosive 2018. “I feel like where Willaris. K is going is […]

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The Waifs: On 25 years of music

Written by on 19 December 2018

The Waifs have been humming slowly and strongly for the past 25 years. One of the country’s hidden treasures and at one time one of the most celebrated; here is a band whose integrity and commitment to their music and their community has seen them hold court for a quarter of a century. Now, come […]

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Bloods: On feelings, SXSW and shredding

Written by on 17 December 2018

Bloods are the sort of band that don’t mind taking their time. With their first album, Work It Out, being released in 2014, many doors opened, including their first visit to the US as a band, along with their first South By Southwest (SXSW) Festival. Four years later, taking their pop-punk ethos and turning it into a more refined sound, the four-piece from Sydney have released […]

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The Jensens: On new directions and staying true to themselves

Written by on 10 December 2018

Strap in and prepare to be launched into the cosmos with The Jensens and their new jet-propelled single, Coma – a glimpse into the latest musical chapter from the ever-evolving tale of the Brisbane five-piece.  Locking themselves away in the studio, experimenting and recording for the better part of the year, this new sound is a bold […]

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The Dolphin Show: On new music, late night feeds and unlikely festival line ups

Written by on 23 November 2018

Are you a fan of garage-rock? Let us introduce to you to The Dolphin Show. Growing up together in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the formidable foursome has all the attitude and peskiness of your younger brother – except they probably sound better. Their latest single, Pokie Fiend, is a mischevious commentary on Australia’s gaming culture. Don’t be […]

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Planetself: On balance, spirituality and being stoned

Written by on 22 November 2018

“I have no idea. I can’t remember. I’m pretty sure we were stoned.” While soul/hip-hop duo Planetself can only partially recall the mind-fucking conversation which led to their discovery, what they can’t forget is this – the important message they strive to deliver through their music and their love for one another. My conversation with […]

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