Middle Kids chat to Lachlan Wyllie and play a stunning live version of ‘Edge Of Town’

From collaborating as solo artists to starting a band together – and getting married somewhere in between. Hannah and Tim from Middle Kids give us the story so far.

Independent Artist Of The Week: Braille Face

Braille Face makes the kind of entrancing, synth-driven experimental pop that will take over your head after one listen.

Tiny Ruins plays ‘Dream Wave’ live acoustic and talks disorientation & ‘Hurtling Through’

Listen to a beautifully tender live rendition of ‘Dream Wave’ by New Zealand’s Hollie Fullbrook, aka Tiny Ruins, on Lunch with Samantha Groth.

Watch Julia Jacklin play ‘Pool Party’ live & chat about her different musical projects

We squeezed Julia Jacklin’s band into the studio for a live performance of ‘Pool Party’. Watch the video and listen to her interview with Chris Twite.

Dro Carey shares 3 tracks that inspired his new EP ‘Dark Zoo’

Dro Carey (aka Eugene Ward, aka Tuff Sherm) came in to talk with Darren Lesaguis about his musical influences and progression as an artist (or three).

Listen to Björk explain her Virtual Reality exhibition at Carriageworks for Vivid Sydney

“It’s full penetration!” In a special Q&A at Carriageworks, Björk explains her fascination with virtual reality and the progression of her ‘Björk: Digital’ project for Vivid Sydney.

Gordi performs ‘Nothing’s As It Seems’ live & talks progress on The Playlist

Stephen Goodhew catches up with Gordi before she embarks on an international tour, with the release of her ‘Clever Disguise’ EP through Jagjaguwar.

Summer Flake performs ‘Wine Won’t Wash Away’ live and chats creative influences on Arvos

Stephanie Crase, aka Summer Flake, talks all things ‘Hello Friends’ and plays an acoustic version of a tune inspired by a very silly new year’s eve that “went pear-shaped”.

Twin Peaks interview with Greta Balog: Quitting college for rock ‘n’ roll

“It’s a lot of fun, we’ll be sweating and if you want to have a good time you’ll be sweating too.” Clay and Cadien from Twin Peaks talk about being animals on stage and quitting college for rock ‘n’ roll.

Car Seat Headrest interview: How it’s possible to make it through college and release thirteen albums by age 23

Will Toledo is 23 and unsure of what to do with his life after college. He’s also on the verge of releasing his thirteenth album as Car Seat Headrest and heading off on an international tour. You’ve got that going for you too… right?