St Jerome’s Laneway Festival
When Mitski’s in town you stop whatever you’re doing and get yourself to that show. So that’s what we did! Catch a glimpse of what went down when she came to Sydney.
All four members of FIDLAR crammed into the studio to chat with Alex Pye about the occasional perils of wild audiences, working with a producer for the first time and the origins of their acronymic band name.
Following his St Jerome’s Laneway Festival performance, Benjamin Booker dropped into the studio for a chat and erm, doodles, with Pat and Greta.
“I had no plans to do this at all. Things just happened really fast.” A less-than-comfortable interview with Benjamin Booker, who is less than comfortable with the critical acclaim that his debut record has won him.
One producer. Five Musicians. Twelve hours of recording. This collaboration is so epic, it deserves to be read in a movie trailer voice.
Currently on his first Australian tour, soulful electronica artist Autre Ne Veut joined Dom in the studio ahead of his Sydney sideshow at Oxford Arts Factory.
Lucy Smith and Pat Dempsey both popped their Laneway cherries this year, danced like octopi tripping out on seaweed and left with multiple girl crushes.