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

The Absolute Worst Jobs To Work Between Tours With Guantanamo Baywatch

The Absolute Worst Jobs To Work Between Tours With Guantanamo Baywatch

Life on tour for a band often sounds really glamorous, but it’s the time in between tours that can get pretty rough, at least as

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

Caloundra Music Festival Is Leading The Charge For Eco-Friendly Aussie Music Events

Caloundra Music Festival Is Leading The Charge For Eco-Friendly Aussie Music Events

We can all agree that camping festivals can be a fantastic way to spend a few days, but we’ve probably all felt those pangs of guilt as

Taking Back Sunday Sound As Raw And Vital As Ever On ‘Tidal Wave’

Taking Back Sunday Sound As Raw And Vital As Ever On ‘Tidal Wave’

Today marks the release of the Long Island rockers’ hotly anticipated seventh album, and it displays every bit of the reinvention and raw punch keeping

REMI’s ‘Divas & Demons’ Is A Landmark Album For Australian Hip Hop

REMI’s ‘Divas & Demons’ Is A Landmark Album For Australian Hip Hop

“This is first world problems, brought to you by the oppressed” – Remi Saying that this line in the opener to Sensible J and Remi

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

The 6 Records That Changed Tiaryn’s Life

The 6 Records That Changed Tiaryn’s Life

Tiaryn is an emerging Melbourne avant-pop artist who recently unveiled her slinky debut video ‘Cement Love’. Liking what we’ve heard so far, we asked Tiaryn to

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

Harts Shows Us What It’s Like On The Set Of A Music Video

Harts Shows Us What It’s Like On The Set Of A Music Video

Music videos can be some of the most shiny, polished, and seemingly-glamorous pieces of media you’ll find, but things tend to look a bit different

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

Remembering Get Born: Jet’s Debut And Still Their Crowning Achievement

Remembering Get Born: Jet’s Debut And Still Their Crowning Achievement

The year is 2002 and for the first time since the Britpop and grunge explosions of the 1990s, guitar music is in vogue. Led chiefly

Nick Cave Lays Himself Bare In The Intensely Personal Film ‘One More Time With Feeling’

Nick Cave Lays Himself Bare In The Intensely Personal Film ‘One More Time With Feeling’

One More Time With Feeling is an honest, and at times harrowing, view into the mind of Nick Cave as he struggles through personal tragedy

A Guided Tour Of Sydney’s Best Record Stores With Billy Fox

A Guided Tour Of Sydney’s Best Record Stores With Billy Fox

There are more and more places to go vinyl hunting these days, and while finding an obscure gem amongst the chaff is one of life’s

5 Things Live Bands Can Learn From BIGSOUND 2016

5 Things Live Bands Can Learn From BIGSOUND 2016

BIGSOUND is obviously a vital source of info for the music industry and media, who flock to Brisbane once a year to catch the country’s

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ ‘Skeleton Tree’ Wrests Beauty From Unimaginable Pain

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ ‘Skeleton Tree’ Wrests Beauty From Unimaginable Pain

Last week saw the release of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ sixteenth studio album, Skeleton Tree. Although work began on the album in late

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



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