You’ll be familiar with cookii’s music even if you haven’t heard it before. Bright, brash, and bubblegummy, it’s the sound of all the pop culture you grew up with.
In many ways, ‘A Colour Undone’ parallels the interview Tasman gave. He masterfully straddles the line of unfettered vulnerability and self-assurance while walking through the chronology of a life that’s felt the highest of highs and the lowest of lows all at once.
“It’s not abandoning the bedroom thing. I still write them in my bedroom, now I’m just doing some weirder stuff in the studio.” Soccer Mommy sat down with Maia Bilyk on Mornings to talk through her forthcoming album ‘Sometimes, Forever’ and the darker turn it takes.
Yolŋu surf-rock legends King Stingray have their feet on the ground and eyes set squarely ahead in spite of a meteoric 12 months. Founding member and guitarists Roy Kellaway caught up with Grace and Al on Arvos last week to talk through where King Stingray are from and where they’re heading.
An evening at a fairground: steeped in a kind of hopefulness for what’s ahead, and coloured by glimmering light. It’s a light that only glows in the context of the darkness surrounding it – the resounding message of Lady Lash’s latest offering ‘Love my Darkness’.
Banoffee’s sophomore album ‘Tear Tracks’ is for “crying in the car, crying in the club, or crying having sex”
Banoffee sat down with Kiki Amberber on Mornings last week to chat about growth, grief, and her tiny nylon string guitar.
To celebrate Blackfulla Bookclub’s SMAC Award win for Best Pandemic Pivot, Mia Hull chatted to co-founder Merinda Dutton about creating a crucial space for First Nations voices.