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Husky: On Their Latest Album, Worst Gig & Euro Trippin’

Written by on 6 June 2017

I’m not going to lie… When I commenced my research to write this article, I quickly found myself sidetracked, watching countless videos of Siberian and Alaskan huskies, forgetting that the actual reason I had sat down at my computer was to read up on Melbourne’s warm, enchanting folk duo, Husky. Similar to actual huskies of [...]

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Kim Churchill: On The Album That Wasn’t & His Three-Man Horse Costume Band

Written by on 22 May 2017

I first encountered Kim Churchill in 2013 at Bluesfest in Byron Bay. Just one man and one guitar, I was serenaded by his rich talents and ability to evoke both empathy and positive energy within an audience. Fast-forward to 2017 and Australia’s endearing ocean chaser and melody maker has solidified himself as one of the country's best nomadic virtuosos. [...]

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Q&A: Timberwolf

Written by on 27 April 2017

Answered by: Timberwolf (aka Chris Panousakis) Where do you hail from? Adelaide born and bred, but sporting proud first and second generation aromas of Messinia and Molfetta. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: Well, I used to be the emotional kind of kid that would cry on school camp, or watching bugs crash into the car [...]

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Q&A: Nick Cunningham

Written by on 14 April 2017

Answered by: Nick Cunningham Give us your wicked-cool backstory: Well, first off I grew up on the coast in remote South Australia. I was good at a lot of sports as a kid. At 15 I was recruited to the Port Adelaide Football Club as a promising upcoming player and moved to finish my last [...]

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Alex The Astronaut – ‘To Whom It May Concern’

Written by on 4 April 2017

It was a rare moment listening to Rockstar City for the first time. Languid in delivery, confessional lyrics revealed a rawness and approachability to Sydney-via-NY artist Alex The Astronaut, a thread that runs through her debut EP To Who It May Concern. Five soothingly upbeat tracks combine a touch of folk-felt love and a little [...]

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Alex The Astronaut: On Shooting To Great Heights

Written by on 2 April 2017

If you’re suffering a quarter-life crisis and think you need to step up your game, then you probably do, ‘cause multi-talented soul Alex The Astronaut has the strength to undertake a split athletic-academic scholarship on the other side of the world. Like flying through time and space, Alex Lynn is turning dreams into a reality, [...]

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Dustin Tebbutt: On Sweden, Spotify & Staying Low

Written by on 2 April 2017

Dustin Tebbutt is a man caught between two worlds; First Light - his highly anticipated debut album - is a bridge between them. He's just announced the Distance Call tour with Lisa Mitchell (with young folk-rocker Alex The Astronaut in support), playing nine shows across June and July comprised of songs from First Light and Mitchell's new LP Warriors. Diverse [...]

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Busby Marou – ‘Postcards From The Shell House’

Written by on 2 April 2017

If soulful, high-spirited, acoustic roots is your thing, then this is the album you need in your life. And if it’s not, then, why not? This Rockhampton duo Busby Marou are back with an endlessly playable and worthwhile record. Delving deeper into the nice little groove that kick-started over their first two records, this melodic [...]

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