Slumberjack Interview – ‘exploring this vastness’

When Slumberjack first burst onto the scene over four years ago they staked their claim on bass music in Australia with their electrifying debut self-titled EP with huge tracks like Horus and Body Cry. In 2019 the boys have leapt from strength to strength with an ever-evolving sound that grows and shifts the moment that you…

Rachel Maria Cox Interview – ‘know how to be a decent human’

Newcastle based artist Rachel Maria Cox is an artist who’s not afraid to go after what they want in life and won’t settle for second best. Returning to Central Coast music festival Mountain Sounds this year after a killer return to the festival circuit in 2018 the young band have been cementing themselves as one…

Set Mo Interview – ‘a huge but exhilarating task’

Set Mo have come off a mammoth 2018 which saw the duo undertake a task of heroic stature releasing one track a month throughout the year all whilst touring the globe with their marathon set Stamina Sessions and emerged into 2019 ready and primed to release their debut album. Cementing themselves as one of the hardest…

Glades – ‘ It’s hearts on the line.’

Pop works best when there’s a beating, sometimes bleeding, heart at the centre of it. The power of the dichotomy of soaring pop melodies anchored by melancholia is something Sydney band Glades, (aka Karina Wykes, Cameron Robertson and Joseph Wenceslao), know all too well. Glades have come along way since first forming in 2015 and uploading…

Kesmar – ‘The mistakes that make it unique’

In 2016 indie-folk artist Nathan Hawes looked like he had it all down pact, with a string of well-received singles under his belt and sold out tour dates things seemed great for the him. Then almost as quickly as he had come to our attention he disappeared, socials went to blackout, and no one really…

OPENSIDE (Possum Plows) Interview – ‘Writing our truth’

Openside is an enigmatic, jet-propelled power-pop meets emo-pop four-piece hailing from New Zealand who first caught my attention late last year with the release of their infectious track ‘I Feel Nothing‘. There are many things about the Kiwi band that have me enamoured, their name derived from a Harry Potter term (Quidditch term if I…

LINES Interview – ‘From Blood and Broken Glass’

LINES are a Swedish four-piece born into the rich artistic fires of Stockholm that evolved and found themselves in the wild, debaucherous underground of Berlin. At their core LINES are a band with DIY ethics writing, producing and mixing their own material in their self-built studio. They’ve self-directed and produced their music videos and throw…

MUTO Interview – A Journey To Virtual Reality

Fresh off the stage from Splendour In The Grass where got the bodies thrashing and ears ringing electronic music producer Miles Davidson AKA MUTO (is that a Godzilla reference?) is about to embark on his largest set of headline tour dates yet all off the back of his EP ‘Arcane‘ released just last month. At…