How Jess Kent Went From Busking In Adelaide To Supporting Coldplay

How Jess Kent Went From Busking In Adelaide To Supporting Coldplay

Jess Kent is one of Australia’s current success stories. Having entered our ears – and dominated triple j’s airwaves – with the infectious ‘Get Down’ last year,

The Challenges Of Putting On A Music Gig For Charity

The Challenges Of Putting On A Music Gig For Charity

It’s always great when we’re able to do something we love and help other people out at the same time, and Imperium In Imperio is an


Dorsal Fins’ Ella Thompson On “Fostering Confidence In Young Female Artists”

Dorsal Fins’ Ella Thompson On “Fostering Confidence In Young Female Artists”

Ella Thompson is talking about her favourite song on Dorsal Fins’ new album. But there’s a problem; the track’s title is proving elusive. “Have you


Tkay Maidza Goes In-Depth About Her Genre-Bending Debut LP ‘TKAY’

Tkay Maidza Goes In-Depth About Her Genre-Bending Debut LP ‘TKAY’

It’s been a busy couple years for Adelaide singer/rapper Tkay Maidza. The Zimbabwe-born twenty-year-old first made her mark three years ago after her collaboration with


The Pros And Cons Of Being A Muso In A Tiny Town

The Pros And Cons Of Being A Muso In A Tiny Town

Hailing from the tiny Bruny Island in Tasmania, singer-songwriter Maddy Jane has been kicking goals all over the place lately. She’s not only been busting out some


How A Ground-Breaking Australian Music Festival Gets Born

How A Ground-Breaking Australian Music Festival Gets Born

If we asked you to name some Australian music festivals, we have no doubt you’d be able to throw names at us all day. But


Making It Work: Juggling A Band And A Full-Time Job

Making It Work: Juggling A Band And A Full-Time Job

It’s not easy staying in the black as an emerging band, trying to put everything you can into your music while still managing to, y’know,


The Guitar Gear Mariachi El Bronx Couldn’t Live Without

The Guitar Gear Mariachi El Bronx Couldn’t Live Without

Having already concluded one of the biggest, if not the biggest, Australian rock tour of the year with their WACO national tour, Violent Soho announced


Josh Pyke & Bob Evans Talk “Bromance” Ahead Of Their 10th Anniversary Tour

Josh Pyke & Bob Evans Talk “Bromance” Ahead Of Their 10th Anniversary Tour

Back in 2006, Josh Pyke & Bob Evans embarked on an Australian tour together, the rather aptly titled ‘An Evening With Josh Pyke & Bob


Two Door Cinema Club On New LP ‘Gameshow’ And The Conflict That Put Their Frontman In Hospital

Two Door Cinema Club On New LP ‘Gameshow’ And The Conflict That Put Their Frontman In Hospital

When the news was announced that Two Door Cinema Club had returned to drop a third album in 2016, the indie world was thrown into


Dillinger Escape Plan Made It Through “A Really Dark Place” To Bring Us Their Final Record

Dillinger Escape Plan Made It Through “A Really Dark Place” To Bring Us Their Final Record

“It really drove each of us into the ground. Emotionally and logistically, there was just a lot of stress involved in the process.” Those are


Lisa Mitchell: The Girl From The Coin Laundry Is Back

Lisa Mitchell: The Girl From The Coin Laundry Is Back

Considering her track record so far, you could forgive Lisa Mitchell for sticking to a successful formula. She released her debut EP when she was just 17,


Trophy Eyes On The Tour Bus Nightmare That Cost Them Their Biggest Show

Trophy Eyes On The Tour Bus Nightmare That Cost Them Their Biggest Show

Rising punk band Trophy Eyes were born in Newcastle just three years ago, but they’ve already had one hell of a run, packing a huge amount


Peking Duk On Bucking The Electronic Trend By Actually Making An Album

Peking Duk On Bucking The Electronic Trend By Actually Making An Album

Electronic duo and all round party boys Peking Duk definitely live life in the fast lane, so to speak. It was literally the case when


Cosmic Psychos Are Pretty Chill About Being Australia’s Most Influential Band

Cosmic Psychos Are Pretty Chill About Being Australia’s Most Influential Band

On the surface, the Cosmic Psychos don’t look like an influential band, but when you remind yourself that they’re arguably the most influential band to


Jaala Frontwoman Cosima: “I’m Not Comfortable With The Music That I’m Making, At All”

Jaala Frontwoman Cosima: “I’m Not Comfortable With The Music That I’m Making, At All”

On a photo shoot along the Merri Creek to promote her band’s new singles, Cosima Jaala couldn’t have picked a better day, weather wise. So


Putting Your Music In An Ad Isn’t Selling Out – It’s The Smart Move

Putting Your Music In An Ad Isn’t Selling Out – It’s The Smart Move

As we all know, it can be tough to ‘make it’ as a musician – to build a fanbase, and to make a living. But




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