Music Interviews

feedtime talk nerves, the early days & their first album in 20 years

Allen Larkin from legendary Sydney post-punk band feedtime speaks to Ryan Saar about their new album, Gas, and looks back on their influences and their unmatched power.

Listen to Client Liaison’s playlist of 80s & 90s favourites

Client Liaison’s Diplomatic Immunity tour is underway. Listen to the band talk about the musical influences that got them there.

Watch: Spoon talk ‘Hot Thoughts’ and why they ditched acoustic guitar

Britt Daniel, Jim Eno and Alex Fischel have a chat on Mornings with Alex Pye about the sex, synths, and self-reflection on their new album, Hot Thoughts.

Watch Horrorshow play ‘Ceiling Fan’ live and talk Bardo State on What’s Good

From Tibetan Buddhism to guacamole, Horrorshow talk through the inspirations behind their new album, Bardo State. Watch ‘Ceiling Fan’ live in the studio, performed with special guest Omar Musa.

Murder Ballads, Tolstoy & Banjo: Sam Amidon on Jack Off With Jack Shit

Listen to Sam Amidon and Jack Shit talk Tolstoy, folk music and murder ballads – plus two stunning live songs from Sam in the studio.

Pinnacles & Peaks: Toro Y Moi guest programs Dusty Fingers

Toro Y Moi brought some percussive 80s groove in to play on Dusty Fingers, and discussed his journey into the Mojave desert where his latest live album and concert film was recorded. Listen here.

Goldfrapp Interview: Will Gregory on death, happiness and drama

Ahead of Goldfrapp’s seventh album release and return to Australia for Vivid Sydney, we spoke to the man behind the synthesiser about life, death and some other light-hearted topics.

Martha Wainwright Offers Touching Tribute on Tune Up

Martha Wainwright joined Stuart Coupe in the studio for a chat about how folk and cover songs are intrinsically linked, and a live performance of “Talk To Me Of Mendocino”, written by her mother.

Statue’s Guestmix for Body Promise

Listen to a Statue’s hypnotic mix of house and techno on Body Promise

Thundercat Interview: How Tradition Has Shaped 2017’s Most Futuristic Artist

Bassist, vocalist, producer, and mad scientist Thundercat may sound out of this world, but he’s also grounded in musical history. Tommy Codling spent some time on the phone with the electric feline.