On Dusty Fingers this week, Brendan Huntley spent two hours talking music, art and life between both worlds – and threw in some surprise new music he’s been working on with his Eddy Current Suppression Ring bandmates.
Allen Larkin from legendary Sydney post-punk band feedtime speaks to Ryan Saar about their new album, Gas, and looks back on their influences and their unmatched power.
From Tibetan Buddhism to guacamole, Horrorshow talk through the inspirations behind their new album, Bardo State. Watch ‘Ceiling Fan’ live in the studio, performed with special guest Omar Musa.
Toro Y Moi brought some percussive 80s groove in to play on Dusty Fingers, and discussed his journey into the Mojave desert where his latest live album and concert film was recorded. Listen here.
Martha Wainwright joined Stuart Coupe in the studio for a chat about how folk and cover songs are intrinsically linked, and a live performance of “Talk To Me Of Mendocino”, written by her mother.
Hear Jackson Phillips, the singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist behind Day Wave, play his latest single live on Mornings with Alex Pye.
Seven years since we first fell in love with Sampha’s vocals, he’s finally released his debut solo album. Sampha spoke to Chris Twite about all things ‘Process’, jumping between the piano, production and vocals, and the duvet he wore in Solange’s video.
“I think it’s important for us to remember that our mothers and sisters were once little girls. I just want them to feel utterly confident and comfortable going out in the world – and I don’t know that that’s a thing yet.”