After two years of heavy touring, getting married and having a child, SOHN has learned a lot. He tells Caitlin Medcalf about overcoming the pressures of a sophomore release, and learning to relinquish control.
After an intimate show at Marrickville’s Red Rattler, Dave and Brian from Japandroids talked to Darren Lesaguis about DIY venues and the importance of culture to a city. Plus – some insights on ‘Near To The Wild Heart Of Life’.
Explore the sounds of South African grime and house with Sydney producer JV as he schools us in a new genre emerging from Durban, SA.
Late NiteTuff Guy is a disco vigilante, peddling some of the most credible of disco beats. Having been in the music game for a long time, under a few alias’ LNTG knows what he’s about and it’s evident in his midday mix.
Mara TK of Electric Wire Hustle and local soul singer Wallace came into FBi to perform a rousing rendition of Rose Royce’s ‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore’, and talk about their creative hometown and Māori mythology.
Ahead of their first Australian tour since 2006, Swedish prog-rock legends Dungen have shared a, no, the hour-long psychedelic mix sorely missing from all of our lives.
Local post-punk legends Mere Women choose an hour of their favourite Sydney tunes and talk Black Wire Records, Gold Class and the glory of the 7-inch.
We have a chat to WAAX, the Brisbane-based band killing off the pretentions of the punk scene with random acts of kindness.
One of Perth’s finest acts comes down to Sydney to sing a song and have a chat about the time he retrieved his long-lost tobacco pouch by baking a pie.