To celebrate the release of their new record Man, It Feels Like Space Again, Perth cosmic psych weirdos Pond brought their new lineup (sans Cameron Avery) to Oxford Art Factory for a very sold out, very sweaty gig.
In town for the Laneway festival, Meredith Graves and Shaun Sutkis from Perfect Pussy had a little lunch date with Katie Murray. They talked about being ostracised in the Syracuse punk scene, writing about love, breaking up for the band and the “crazy ex-girlfriend safety zone”…
The always immaculate Annie Clark aka St Vincent had a chat with Ed Kirkwood (hot on the heels of FKA Twigs – what a lucky guy). She confesses she’s not a festival person, explains why she thinks performing is more than “wearing a flannel with my heart on my sleeve”; and also ponders the of BitCoin with Ed.
“Getting ideas is addictive. I have to stop myself from having ideas sometimes, I have to be like ‘okay, no more ideas!'” After a spellbinding set at Laneway Festival, fierce UK singer, director and producer FKA Twigs had a long and insightful chat with Ed Kirkwood on Mornings.
New York’s Perfect Pussy played a short (24 minutes, to be exact) but explosive set at Newtown Social Club for their Laneway festival sideshow.
Off the back of a stellar performance at Laneway Festival (and a little trip to FBi, bringing in some T Pain, of course) Raury played a magnetic set at Oxford Art Factory, supported by Melbourne’s Milwaukee Banks.
Following his St Jerome’s Laneway Festival performance, Benjamin Booker dropped into the studio for a chat and erm, doodles, with Pat and Greta.
Courtney Barnett gave Dune Rats a haircut on the studio floor. Raury brought in some T-Pain. Future Islands talked about signing breast pumps. Laneway festival took us the helllll over – listen back!