On Allday’s single In Motion, he professes he’s no deity.
It’s but a line in the killer track with Japanese Wallpaper, but Tom Gaynor’s belief in something beyond him is a rolling, passionate current that flows beneath his work as a musician. Continue reading Allday | Channeling spirituality
In a time where feminism is commodified across not only the music industry, but the creative sphere as a whole, it’s encouraging to see strong women making their mark and pushing for their place in the industry. Continue reading HAIM | Strong women, new music
“I’ve never felt any sense of belonging anywhere like I do on stage. I love it. It really is that sense of being at home.” Continue reading Brooke Taylor | Finding your way out of the waiting place
Marcus Crook and Nick Pearce, are the founders of HoMie – Homeless of Melbourne Incorporated Enterprises – a streetwear and social justice enterprise that provides employment and training opportunities, and new clothing to people experiencing homelessness through their Fitzroy store. Continue reading HoMie | Homelessness in Melbourne and the Pathway Program
Maya’s rich jazzy vocals are instantaneously striking for their beauty and individuality. Her unique sound, a mix of electronic and acoustic elements, is largely a product of her background, a cultural cocktail of Australian, African American and Hungarian roots. Continue reading MAYA | What After Now?
Affectionately labelled as pub rock, Bad//Dreems encompass so much of what makes quintessentially Australian rock music so identifiable, and with their new album Gutful, they hammer in a very political message. Continue reading Bad//Dreems | Gutful
The Smith Street Band’s emotionally charged lyrics, often expressing the grinding torture and blinding emptiness of living with mental illness, have become a signature element of their presence on the music scene. Continue reading Wil Wagner of The Smith Street Band | More Scared of You than You are of Me