“The interesting thing is when squats and DIY spaces continue to exist – that they don’t just pop up until the cops shut it down or the cops find out. The thing that’s kind of forgotten is the beauty and bravery and rebellious spirit that begins those spaces.”
Eilish Gilligan hasn’t been releasing music under her own name for long, but that hasn’t stopped her from discovering how deeply devastating a lone voice and some synths can be.
Kardajala Kirridarra producer Beatrice Lewis chats the importance of women as creators and connection to country with Samantha Groth.
Letting us in on the creative process behind new album ‘Bravado’, Kirin J. Callinan dished up his top tips for making friends and premiered a new track.
The brains behind some of your favourite film clips talks the difference between working on feature films and music videos, and how he wound up creating a Star Wars character for George Lucas.
Off the back of her debut EP, Stella Donnelly dropped by the FBi studio for the very first time. Discussing the release of her debut EP ‘Thrush Metal’, she also performed a goosebump-inducing track live on air.
“I feel like the way that I associate myself within the music and art worlds is very different. And that, really, the fact that they’re different is cool.”
The Dunedin singer-songwriter discusses the relationship between place and sound, as well as the art of making music as an act of healing.