Blue Mountains psychedelic five piece Sister Jane have a badass new single ‘Whole Wide World’. We chat to them about Velvet Underground, Spanish mountaintops and touring the big smoke.
We’ve been smitten and swooning over the current album of the week – the debut LP from High Highs, ‘Open Season’. Before they return to their hometown, the Flog caught up with one half of the High Highs duo to talk about the new album, leaving Sydney for Brooklyn (pah!) and what we can expect from their performances.
Brooklyn-based Woods consider themselves a ‘jam band’. Surprisingly, they’re not actually talking about that sweet, sugary, strawberry preserve – but that’s not to say their music isn’t damn sweet.
At last – the wait is over! LA lads Local Natives have released their sophomore album Hummingbird and they are heading to Oz to play it for us live – and FBi is proudly presenting the Sydney gig. Hear what lead singer Kelcey Ayer had to say when chatting with the Flog.
Mother And Son are keeping themselves busy with catching dengue fever, swapping mother roles and this week are set for a showdown as they support 22.214.171.124’s – the infamous Japanese band who played during the Kill Bill scene with O-Ren Ishii and the Crazy 88.
If there’s anyone whose music belongs in the hallowed warmth and reverberations of a church, it is Phil Elverum – aka Mount Eerie. The Flog caught up with the prolific musician before his performance at York St Anglican on Friday night.
With only a week until the Sydney album launch, The Flog caught up with Bored Nothing to chat about being bored, his recent signing to Spunk Records and the acting talents possessed by his pets Chicken and Count Duckular.