Sam Lane sits down with California-born, Eora-based musician Ainsley Farrell to talk through the process behind her new album Dirt, a record which examines feelings of loss, existentialism and anger through a sonic palette of brooding indie rock.
“It’s designed to be heard, at maximum volume.” Armand Hammer speaks on their latest release on Mornings
New York hip hop duo Armand Hammer are currently touring Australia for the very first time. Both billy woods and ELUCID caught up with Lindsay Riley on Friday Mornings for a wide-ranging chat about their latest record ‘Haram’, and what they hope people take out of their music.
Shame’s guitarist Sean Coyle-Smith sat down with Lindsay Riley on Friday mornings to talk about the South London band’s fast approaching third album ‘Food For Worms’. The record is set to be a departure from Shame’s past work both sonically and thematically.
From hybrid vaporwave to indie folk, IDM to New York hip-hop — allow our presenters to ease you into the warmer weather by looking back on the sounds that got us through winter.