Music Interviews

Premiere: Manu Crook$ shares his anthem for Sydney – ‘Best Years’

Manu Crook$ dropped in on Arvos with Twitey to chat about the deafening buzz surrounding him and to premiere his dank new trap tune Best Years featuring B Wise and Lil Spacely

The inherent radicalism of Tasman Keith

Tasman Keith chats with Maia Bilyk about his single ‘My Pelopolees’, and the inherent radicalness of Indigenous performers taking up space in the public sphere.

Camp Cope on change & the weird power of the SOH Concert Hall

Hot off the back of an American tour, Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich of Melbourne powerhouse Camp Cope chats with Tanya Ali on Agenda before taking to the stage of the Sydney Opera House’s Concert Hall.

For The Record: Jen Cloher the woman on Jen Cloher the album

Self-titled albums are normally the reserve of career-defining, statement-of-artistic-intent, capital-M Major works. Jen Cloher is no exception.

Albert Hammond Jr: in 2018 if it’s no good live, it’s no good.

Fresh off a Splendour In The Grass set, Albert Hammond Jr joined Chris Twite for a chat and a touch of guest programming, showing listeners the songs that helped him rediscover his love of music.

Mojo Juju talks identity, Native Tongue and growing up with Pauline Hanson

Public service announcement: Mojo Juju is no longer playing nice when it comes to saying what she means.

DISPOSSESSED on the resurgence of politics in music and what W.A.R. is good for

Before their headline show at the Fundraiser for W.A.R, Jarrod and Jacob from Dispossessed came through for a politically-charged chat with Darren Lesaguis.

Overachieving with Rapper, Boxer, Actor and Youth Mentor Kobie Dee

Sydney’s Kobie Dee came into the studio to talk about the power of voice through music and the importance of giving back to his community.

Handbag and Chill with Rebecca Hatch

Next Big Thing SMAC Award nominee Rebecca Hatch stops by to talk NAIDOC Block Party, the importance of community and still needing a lift from mum.

DRMNGNOW on Indigenous Lands and the need for anthems

DRMNGNOW is a multi-disciplinary Yorta Yorta artist based in Naarm (Melbourne). He dropped by the station to talk about his latest single, ‘Indigenous Land’.