Music Interviews

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’.

Interview: ‘The Living Man’ by Party Dozen one year later

It’s been a year since The Living Man by Party Dozen came out, and the duo caught up with Dan Gordon and Maia Bilyk on For The Record to chat about what’s been going on since.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever on their debut record, touring and finding love

Tanya Ali chats to the nominally extravagant Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever about honeymoons, hygiene and moving from pure fiction to (quasi) reality on ‘Hope Downs’.

Cash Savage on turning indignation into inspiration

Cash Savage is playing the Lansdowne, showcasing a new set of songs born out of an incendiary indignation at the appalling plebiscite foisted upon Australia by a coalition of groups opposed to equality.

Hatchie shakes up the ‘pop pocket’ on debut EP

International shows, a debut EP and an upcoming, sold-out East Coast tour; Hatchie has been killing it over the past year. She joined Twitey for a chat about taking the guilt out of liking pop music.

Kimchi Princi on race, self-acceptance & twisted pop songs

With her debut record just around the corner, Kimchi Princi joined Lachlan Wyllie on The Bridge to chat new single ‘Diaspora Doll’.

Electric Fields blur the line between electronic music & Indigenous culture

“We play tennis with English and Anumu language. I get to be the Venus Williams of English and he gets to be the Serena Williams of Anumu language.”