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We recently caught up with Adelaide’s Hen, who you may know better by her previous title, Julia Henning. Hen recently dropped her touching single,Â Raincoats. We had a chat about how that track and her new name came about.
We spoke to Jack McEwan about their B-Sides album and upcoming tour.
Brisbane artist Aerborn, has been an entertaining from a young age. She’s already making an impression on Brisbane’s music scene, with tracks likeÂ Smokers and Jokers, which has amassed more than 310,000 streams on Spotify. Most recently, she’s joined Brisbane producer SHVRDS on a new track.Â
We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Johnny Rock, the guitarist and vocalist of Melbourne psychedelic rock band, Pretty City. The past year has been massive for Pretty City. They’ve released their debut album, Colorize, the Nothing Happens for Free single, and spent their November touring Europe.
Melbourne’sÂ HowliteÂ have been called everything from dark pop to goth folk. They’re a quartet with different musical backgrounds and styles, who produce a fascinating hybrid style.Â Howlite‘s vocalist, Alison Thom, joined us to discuss the band’s latest track, Saviour.
Brisbane’sÂ Eves KarydasÂ is an experimental pop artist on the rise. Earlier this month, Eves releasedÂ her latest single,Â There For You,Â and its accompanyingÂ music video.Â SheÂ joined us to talk about herÂ newÂ music and life in London.
We recently had the pleasure of chatting withÂ Monte fromÂ The Delta Riggs about the band’s set at Melbourne After Dark. The event will be bringing Melbourne’s Remi, Saskwatch and burger joint,Â HuxtaburgerÂ to Lefty’sÂ Old Time Music HallÂ for a night of entertainment and eats.Â
Queensland trio,Â Moreton,Â have enjoyed an extremely successful year. From touring with huge industry names, to receiving funding from the Carol Lloyd Award,Â Moreton are on the rise. Front woman,Â Georgia Potter, joined us to discuss how the award has impacted the band’s career.Â
In 2018,Â FOMO FestivalÂ is bringing a stellar lineup of artists to Brisbane’s Riverstage. The single-day, single-stage festival will also be touching down in Adelaide and Sydney. Additionally, theÂ specialÂ FOMO By NightÂ event will take place in Melbourne. DJÂ Dena AmyÂ is one of the the stellar performers who’ll be performing at the festival. She joined us to talk about her set and her latest release,Â Your Eyes.Â
Brisbane’s own, WAAX, have had a huge year. Fronted by an insane vocalist in Marie DeVita, WAAX have blazed through 2017.
Itâ€™s time to put your hands on your hips and pull your knees in tight, because the Rocky Horror Show hits Brisbane in January. Richard Oâ€™Brienâ€™s non-stop party musical is frothing with timeless classics and cheeky moments bound to have audiences pelvic thrusting in the aisles.