Taking Back Sunday Saved Guitarist John Nolan From The Toughest Time Of His Life

Taking Back Sunday Saved Guitarist John Nolan From The Toughest Time Of His Life

Taking Back Sunday’s lead guitarist is chilling in Des Moines, Iowa, before a show on their current American tour. Yet even miles away from Aussie shores,

Devin Townsend Describes The Struggle To Give Up Control To His Bandmates

Devin Townsend Describes The Struggle To Give Up Control To His Bandmates

“It would be hazy, it’d have blurred edges and yellow on top… There’d be a picture of a sunset but not an actual one, and


Sticky Fingers’ Paddy Had “A Bit Of A Nervous Breakdown” And Tried To Talk To David Bowie

Sticky Fingers’ Paddy Had “A Bit Of A Nervous Breakdown” And Tried To Talk To David Bowie

Sticky Fingers interviewed by Adrian Pedic, and photographed by Peter Dovgan It’s the first warm day after a long winter, and Sticky Fingers are doing


We Bid A Fond Farewell To Aussie Rock Mainstays Jericco Ahead Of Their Final Show

We Bid A Fond Farewell To Aussie Rock Mainstays Jericco Ahead Of Their Final Show

Jericco have been absolute stalwarts of Melbourne’s always-burning rock scene for the better half of a decade, but have announced that after a solid seven year


We Got Skegss To Interview Molly, The Latest Signing From Dune Rats

We Got Skegss To Interview Molly, The Latest Signing From Dune Rats

Dune Rats have pretty good taste in bands we reckon, having signed fellow Aussie trio Skegss to their label Ratbag Records, which they founded last


A Harrowing Injury Led Dallas Frasca To Independence, And Their Proudest Work

A Harrowing Injury Led Dallas Frasca To Independence, And Their Proudest Work

A death-defying experience has driven Australia’s most determined, tough-touring rock trio, Dallas Frasca to bigger and better things with new EP, Dirt Buzz, due out


Talking The State Of Hip Hop And Pizza With Legendary NY Beatmaker Blockhead

Talking The State Of Hip Hop And Pizza With Legendary NY Beatmaker Blockhead

Born and raised Manhattanite Blockhead is both a staple of the underground and instrumental hip-hop movement, and has been for the best part of two


6 Albums That Changed Keaton Henson’s Life

6 Albums That Changed Keaton Henson’s Life

For those unfamiliar with his work, Keaton Henson is an English folk-rock musician and poet, whose work incorporates a range of influences from contemporary to


Grouplove Talk The Chaos And Lost Friendships Behind ‘Big Mess’

Grouplove Talk The Chaos And Lost Friendships Behind ‘Big Mess’

Grouplove have such a strong hold on Australian crowds that it’s easy to forget they’re not from our sunny shores. So it comes as a


Meshuggah Had To Make The Jump To 8-Stringed Axes For Their Eighth Album

Meshuggah Had To Make The Jump To 8-Stringed Axes For Their Eighth Album

It was nearly 25 years ago that rhythm guitarist Mårten Hagström joined the Swedish metal powerhouse. All those years later, and at the band’s studio


Chatting With Columbus About Their Massive Debut Record ‘Spring Forever’

Chatting With Columbus About Their Massive Debut Record ‘Spring Forever’

The past week has signaled a changing of the seasons, and having recently dropped their debut album Spring Forever the Brisbane trio are certainly a


The New Gudinski: How Jaddan Commerford & UNIFIED Are Rebuilding The Aussie Music Business

The New Gudinski: How Jaddan Commerford & UNIFIED Are Rebuilding The Aussie Music Business

“I actually got an email yesterday from a guy who I met at a festival in Singapore in 2006. A kid came up to and


Remi On The Next Wave Of Aussie Hip Hop We Need To Pay Attention To

Remi On The Next Wave Of Aussie Hip Hop We Need To Pay Attention To

A defining feature of rising 24-year-old Remi Kolawole is his laidback personality, offset by a rich view of the world that has permeated his songwriting


Tequila Mockingbyrd: It’s Hard To Be A Full-Time Rock Musician In Australia

Tequila Mockingbyrd: It’s Hard To Be A Full-Time Rock Musician In Australia

While Australia is known for being home to a number of flourishing and supportive local music scenes, for some bands the lure of overseas markets


Baroness’ John Baizley Reflects On The Near-Fatal Crash That Almost Ended The Band

Baroness’ John Baizley Reflects On The Near-Fatal Crash That Almost Ended The Band

It was from out in the peaceful country in Lawrence, Kansas last week, and before the tenth show on their current U.S. run, where vocalist


Frenzal Rhomb: 25 Years Of Singing About Racism, Homophobia, & Nitrous Oxide Bulbs

Frenzal Rhomb: 25 Years Of Singing About Racism, Homophobia, & Nitrous Oxide Bulbs

Celebrating their 25th year as a band, Sydney’s favourite punk rock legends, Frenzal Rhomb, are releasing a special double vinyl – a best-of compilation album.


Holy Holy: Young Bands Are Being Crippled By Expectation And The Weight Of History

Holy Holy: Young Bands Are Being Crippled By Expectation And The Weight Of History

As guitarist and producer Oscar Dawson makes his cup of morning coffee, “feeling lazy” at home in Melbourne, you wouldn’t think that the indie rockers




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