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Hockey Dad – ‘Blend Inn’

Written by on 1 February 2018

4/5 Hockey Dad is a duo on the verge of greatness. Having reached #54 on triple j's Hottest 100 with their single Homely Feeling, it's clear that the surf-rock outfit is ready to leave their mark on the Australian music scene. Close to releasing their upcoming album Blend Inn, the follow up to 2016’s debut Boronia, [...]

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Hockey Dad: On Haunted Houses, Blending In & Weet-Bix

Written by on 30 January 2018

Before you attend a Hockey Dad gig you already know it’s going to be sticky, sweaty and a seriously good time. Backed by his trademark, rhythm-specific head banging and his long-flowing, sun-kissed blonde locks - drummer Billy Fleming, always makes sure it’s a wild night. As the backbone - or should I say backbeat of [...]

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DZ Deathrays – ‘Bloody Lovely’

Written by on 29 January 2018

Listening to Bloody Lovely by DZ Deathrays will make you hot and dizzy when you’re whipping your hair around in circles to the poetically brutal and beautiful beats. The lads haven't thrown away the sound they're well-known and loved for. They haven't created an entire new album of absolute dog crap, nor have they completely [...]

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Woodes On: Collaborations, Nature & Her Alter-Ego

Written by on 17 January 2018

Starting your musical career with collaborations is a well-worn path. But it’s when a musician steps out and carves their own direction that the real soul of the artist comes to the fore. Woodes, aka Elle Graham, is forging a new way and bringing others along for the ride. I catch Graham on the phone [...]

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Boo Seeka – ‘Never Too Soon’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Have you ever felt like you’ve needed to add that extra sparkle to your Spotify list to really get the party cranking? Well, look no further than the buoyant Sydney electronic duo, Boo Seeka. Boo and Sammy Seeka - aka Ben Gumbleton and Sam Croft - have made quite the racket recently, wrapping up tours [...]

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Mere Women: On Finally ‘Getting’ The Bass & Their Album’s Exploration Of Women’s Experiences

Written by on 23 June 2017

From the ashes of Sydney’s sadly displaced Black Wire Records comes an album that continues the legacy of the raw, wild adventure that the venue experienced. Mere Women not only called that place their second home, but they jammed and wrote the majority of their new album, Big Skies, there before its devastating closure earlier [...]

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