Does Deathproof PR’s Emily Kelly Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

Does Deathproof PR’s Emily Kelly Have The Best Job In Australian Music?

While the music is obviously an important component of the music industry (some would even say essential), what really keeps the industry running is people.

The Devin Townsend Project

The Devin Townsend Project

A conversation with Devin Townsend is probably what anyone even peripherally acquainted with his diverse discography would expect. Full of unyielding introspection and references to


Adalita

Adalita

“I wish for good things. It’s so warm in here,” sings Adalita on ‘All Day Venus’ – the reverberating teaser track from her soon to


The Paper Kites

The Paper Kites

“Challenging. Long. Exciting. Fun. Passionate.” That’s how Paper Kites drummer Josh Bentley would describe the process of creating the indie-folk band’s debut album States, due


Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

The last few years have been a period of change in the confines of the Los Angeles-based group Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Throwing themselves into


AlunaGeorge

AlunaGeorge

AlunaGeorge is the combination of Aluna Francis on vocal duties and George Reid sitting at the production helm. Together the fusion of Aluna’s sugary-sweet harmonies


The Ape

The Ape

Just as crashing footsteps heralded the lumbering approach of King Kong, so do slinking drumbeats, solid riffs, and growling vocals sound the path of The


Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples

It’s a life that arcs like a work of fiction. Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee. Civil rights activist. Grammy Award winner. Daughter of


Lamb Of God

Lamb Of God

There are a handful of bands that metal fans of all stripes are familiar with. Having influenced so many acts within the genre since their


Klaxons

Klaxons

“Last night I DJ’d in Paris and played out a beat I’d made myself for the first time and it was great to see the


Villagers

Villagers

Conor O’Brien is the doe-eyed face of rising Irish troupe Villagers. At the moment he’s sitting at home, a rare place to catch him, while


Big Scary

Big Scary

“Is it better than last time?” The genial duo of Melbourne’s Big Scary are discussing their second full-length album, Not Art. But it’s not the


Editors

Editors

Birmingham band Editors have always moved with the turn of the earth. Spawned in 2002 as The Pride while at Stafford University, the group gigged


Karnivool

Karnivool

Native Perth progressive rockers Karnivool have always based their work on a foundation of necessary efficiency. It’s a disciplined approach required by the tightness of


Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull

There is little doubt that the motivation behind the ongoing existence of Jethro Tull is generated by the perspiration of one man in particular, singer


Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

It’s mid-May and Unknown Mortal Orchestra have just finished playing the TV On The Radio-curated All Tomorrow’s Parties in the UK. Jake Portrait, the Portland,


Dot Hacker

Dot Hacker

Replacing a member of arguably one of the greatest rock bands of a generation is a daunting task, but newly recruited Red Hot Chili Peppers




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