Music Interviews

Bottle It In, banjo, and Billy Joe Shaver: it’s Kurt Vile on For The Record

Kurt’s latest record ‘Bottle It In’ was the focus of this week’s For The Record and Dan Gordon caught up with him ahead of his big Enmore show.

Tara Jayne of Canine talks punx, inclusivity and dog years on Dead Air

Tara Jayne graced the studios this week ahead of the all-ages launch of Canine’s new LP ‘In Dog Years You’re Dead’.

Independent Play 01: Tasman Keith with ‘Move Up’

Introducing Independent Play – a video series presented by Young Henrys featuring a live performance + interview with one Independent Artist of the Week, every month.

Marcus Whale from Collarbones chats ‘The Comeback’

With their comeback show happening this week and a new album to follow, Marcus Whale of Collarbones popped by the studios for a chat with Darren Lesaguis on Arvos.

Chris from Christine and the Queens on moving weird and owning it

French popstar Chris from Christine and the Queens dropped by the studio to make us all feel great about doing the Running Man.

Clare Bowditch: Musician, Mother, Movement-Starter, Smartarse (her word)

Clare Bowditch’s new single ‘Woman’ is a timely call to action and Maia went in deep with her about it and its Lucy Knox-directed video.

The multi-disciplinary multi-instrumentalist multi-amazing Shoeb Ahmad

Tanya Ali talks identity + intersectionality with prolific Canberran, Muslim, trans multi-instrumentalist Shoeb Ahmad.

Snail Mail owes its existence to Lindsay Lohan’s guitar work

What had you accomplished at 19? Personal underwear purchase, maybe. Selling out a 500 cap venue on the other side of the world? Probs not huh.

Julia Jacklin and the post-cleverness of Crushing

Julia chats about dispensing with tricky lyricism and cutting to the heart of matters on Crushing, and knocks out a killer live rendition of Pressure To Party.

Methyl Ethel chats Triage and its live show translation

On release day Methyl Ethel’s Jake Webb swung by the studios to chat with Andy Lowe on Mornings about record number three ‘Triage’.