Legendary Australian duo Collarbones are breaking up. Mainstays of the scene who, in the 16 years they’ve been active, basically wrote the script for Australian electronic pop music, Travis Cook and Marcus Whale have decided it’s finally time to say goodbye. However, as they told Tommy Codling on Thursday Arvos, they’re not going out without a bang.
Here in the country for Splendour in The Grass, Joshua Tillman AKA Father John Misty joined Tommy Codling on Arvos to chat self-medicated creativity, the banality of human existence and wanting to create “sexy club bangers”.
Luke Boerdam and James Tidswell of Violent Soho talk with Dom O’Connor about their new album WACO and their upcoming tour with DZ Deathrays and Dune Rats.
Sam and Christie from Yumi Zouma regale Arvo’s Dom O’Connor with tales of being on tour and adapting to different venues from kitchens to packed performance halls.
Three-piece Perth band from Methyl Ethel sent representative and founder Jake Webb to FBi to chat with Dom O’Connor about ambience and songs turning out how they’re meant to.
Ten years since they released their hit album Wait Long by the River, the Drones are back home in Australia touring with it once more and reminiscing with Dom O’Connor about the good ol’ days when times were… well, pretty much the same.