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Gang Of Youths – ‘Go Farther In Lightness’

Written by on 15 August 2017

"No rest for the wicked,” they say, and in this case truer words could not have been spoken as Sydney's musical delinquents Gang Of Youths power on, refusing to give us a second to breathe, calm down and change our underwear. Over the past few months, the rockers have given us an album and tour announcement, [...]

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The Creases – ‘Tremolo’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Throwing out some incredible nostalgia from the '80s and '90s, Brisbane four-piece The Creases are back again and better than ever with their debut album, Tremolow. Everything about this album, including its title, completely wraps itself together with a nice little indie/alternative bow. 'Tremolo' itself is a musical term for the highs and lows of volume [...]

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Q&A: Milk Buttons

Written by on 6 June 2017

Band: Milk Buttons Answered by: Jackson Muir Position/role: Vocals/guitars Give us your wicked-cool backstory. Where did the name come from and how did you start out? Cam and I met when we were both conveniently old enough to buy beer. We used to hang out at our friend’s house, have fires and have long discussions about [...]

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Pete Murray: On Reinventing Himself For Sixth Album ‘Camacho’

Written by on 2 June 2017

Six years after the release of 2011's Blue Sky Blue album, Pete Murray is back bolder, stronger and more self-aware with his masterfully composed sixth record Camacho. Murray spared some time to chat to us about reinvention, relevance and what he hopes to achieve with this latest release. After listening to Camacho over the course of the past week it became [...]

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Husky – ‘Punchbuzz’

Written by on 2 June 2017

Husky Gawenda and Gideon Preiss, the cousins known collectively as Husky, create a sound not unlike a warm, fluffy cloud. There are barely any edges in this album and it’s this comfiness that draws you in. On their third record, however, that comfiness comes with some bonus texture. Punchbuzz takes a slight turn from their previous works. Where [...]

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Mixtape: Chase City

Written by on 31 May 2017

I’m Tarik and I play in Chase City. We just released a new single titled A-N-X-T. Upon forming we use to play guitar-based indie music, however in recent times our sound has changed to encompass a lot more synth elements. We will be releasing our debut album in July as well as heading over to [...]

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WAAX – ‘Wild & Weak’

Written by on 16 May 2017

Gritty rock outfit WAAX out of Brisbane are ready to drop their much-anticipated EP Wild & Weak just after touring alongside Kingswood. With their own headline tour in the works for mid 2017, this one couldn’t have come at a better time. Produced by Miro Mackle (Major Leagues, Jeremy Neale, The John Steele Singers) and mastered [...]

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Hellions: On Boat Jail & Dealing With Tough Feedback

Written by on 10 May 2017

 Fresh home from their whopping European tour and currently headlining a run of Aussie shows celebrating their most recent album, Opera Oblivia, Hellions continue to go from strength to strength. Sydney local and guitarist/singer of the band, Matt Gravolin, hops on the blower to talk about living it up on the road, singing live for the first time and [...]

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Q&A: Indiago

Written by on 3 May 2017

Band: Indiago Answered by: Willdog Position/role: Singer/frontguy Give us your wicked-cool backstory. Where did the name come from and how did you start out? Pretty shallow story really... we should really just make up a better story. Basically, ‘Diego’ was a nickname I had for James (lead guitar) in high school. We searched for a [...]

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