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Japandroids on experimentation, their “wall of amps” & figuring it out as a duo

Ahead of their Sydney headline show, Brian King and David Prowse of Vancouver rock band Japandroids joined Stephen Ferris to chat tour life, emulating the greats and making music as a duo.

Ainslie Wills Plays ‘Running Second’ Live And Chats Music As Catharsis with Alex Pye

Ainslie Wills and guitarist Lawrence Folvig filled us in on their ever-evolving songwriting partnership, before performing ‘Running Second’ live on-air.

Steve Gunn Plays Two Songs and Talks Touring, Philly Record Stores & His Roots In Skate Punk

Guitarist and singer-songwriter Steve Gunn joined Alex Pye during his first ever Australian tour. He performed two songs live in the studio and let us in on what it’s like playing with Kurt Vile and Lee Ranaldo.

GL Get Groovy On The Midday Mix

If you’re in the mood for an hour of the finest disco, soul and funk grooves, then look no further than GL’s Midday Mix.

Mere Women On ‘Big Skies’, Isolation & Writing at Blackwire

Trisch and Flyn from Mere Women joined Sweetie and Al on Arvos to chat about their new record ‘Big Skies’, dusty country living and the perks of not having a driver’s licence.

Prints Familiar Host The Bridge: A Farewell Show of Favourite Local Cuts

This month, Lachlan Wyllie asked garage disco outfit Prints Familiar to guest host our 100% Sydney music show. Hear a bunch of their favourite local tunes as well as tracks from their new EP.

Sampha On MySpace, Translating His Music Into A Live Context & His Debut Record

Sampha dropped by Weekend Lunch with Alex Arnott to delve into the very beginning of his musical career, his debut record ‘Process’ and rethinking his music for a live context.

Jess Locke Plays Two Songs Live And Chats Tour Life & Writing Music For Album No. 2

She performed her stripped back tracks ‘Better/Bitter’ and ‘Drive To Drink’ live in the studio.

Aldous Harding: “I Mean It. I Mean Every Word of It.”

Caroline Gates chatted to Kiwi artist Aldous Harding about the release of her new record Party, learning to love shitty sound on stage, and the urge to keep writing.

Premiere: Kilter Teams Up With Woodes On ‘Waste Time’

Exclusive: The party-starting local producer has just released another taste from his forthcoming debut album.