Music Interviews

A quick guide to Record Store Day 2018 in Sydney

Here’s where to get your fingers dusty this Saturday April 21. Happy Record Store Day!

Religious Upbringings, Coming Out & ‘Good Guys Go’: Cub Sport on Jack Off

Off the back of their emotional second album ‘BATS’, Cub Sport joined Jack Shit in the studio to perform a live rendition of ‘Good Guys Go’.

The art and love of storytelling with (Sandy) Alex G

Pennsylvania’s (Sandy) Alex G ducked into the studios for a chat with Darren Lesaguis on Arvos, before treating us to a live rendition of ‘Bobby’ from his latest record.

Big Boi chats Outkast, Atlanta hip hop & having lunch with Kate Bush

Fresh off the back of his third solo album, the Atlanta rapper showed off his best Crocodile Dundee impression on Wednesday Arvos with Darren Lesaguis.

Slowdive settle into mature skin with their comeback self-titled record

Amidst their first ever Australian tour, Neil Halstead and Simon Scott of Shoegaze outfit Slowdive dropped by the studios for a chat with Eddy Diamond on Mornings.

Premiere: DEN break their silence with ‘Into The Ether’

Sydney genre-bending, post-punk outfit DEN have just unveiled their sinister new single ‘Into The Ether’, premiered on Up For It with Ruby Miles this morning.

Fritz & Flowertruck reveal the first gigs they ever went to

Ahead of our under 18s gig this weekend, two of the acts on the bill let us in on their very first live music experiences, featuring horsehead masks, butterfly confetti and coveted merch.

Moses Sumney plays ‘Plastic’ live & muses on solitude, the human experience and Mac Demarco

Off the back of his breathtaking release ‘Aromanticism’, L.A.’s Moses Sumney adorned the studio with a spine-tingling live version of ‘Plastic’ on Arvos.

Introducing No Mono: Tom Iansek and Tom Snowdon’s new project

Ahead of two sold out Sydney shows, No Mono debuted their live performance on Lunch with Maia Bilyk. Tom Iansek and Tom Snowdon reveal where the project’s name comes from and how making music for them is all about “the feeling”.

Tinariwen chat Desert Blues, the Sahara and music as protest

Renowned worldwide for their incredible musicianship and powerful rebellion, Tinariwen are a Tuareg band who have been making music since 1979. Ahead of their Australian shows this March, we spoke to the collective about music as protest, their latest record Elwan, and the evolution of their live show.