Le Pie chats band breakups, Barbie aesthetics & indie rock feminism
Having just released her new EP ‘Sad Girl Theory’, Le Pie chats trashy drumkits, wearing pink as a deliberate decision and making music with other women.
Margaret Glaspy Interview: On spirituality, teenage songwriting and women in music
“I think I finally have something to say in a record. I always had something to say in a song, but to put it together in a record is a bit different.”
Interview: Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe
With a career that spans a quarter of a century, and 15 full length albums, the Brian Jonestown Massacre are the original kings of neo-psychedelia.
Interview :: Fuzzy director John Wall is (strictly) addicted to vinyl
Somewhere amidst a 20,000 strong record collection lies John Wall, director of Fuzzy events and veritable vinyl addict. He’s spinning wax with Touch Sensitive and Ariane this long weekend.
Interview :: ‘Larrikins’ curator Kate Britton
Larrikins is an exhibition for Aussies and appreciators of our smart-arsery alike. The Flog chats to curator Kate Britton about flaming galahs and what it means to be true blue…
Interview :: Kevin Parker (Tame Impala)
After a hangover-smashing live set at Sydney’s Big Day Out, Kevin Parker, the driving force behind Tame Impala, sat down with the Flog for a chat about writing, the importance of cover art and orchestral dreams.
Interview :: Cull
Cull make psychedelic indie music that sounds like it’s been left out in the sun a little too long: warped in the most endearing way. We chat to the band ahead of their EP launch