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
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
Despite his talent, and the sheer volume of praise and support he’s received in his young life, Ben Wright-Smith is softly spoken and completely devoid of ego. Continue reading Ben Wright-Smith | The Great Divorce
Tracey Miller is one of those people whose passion for music permeates every aspect of her life, and the happiness it brings her is tangible. Continue reading Tracey Miller | Live at Warrawee