Lyrics gently steeped in everyday Australiana, and guitar lines owing to a nostalgic indie guitar jangle from Brisbane greats The Go-Betweens make up the sunshine pop of Brisbane band Dumb Things.
Oh Reach are a choir of three distinctive – if unusual – voices, warm-hearted personalities and individual creative projects.
The latest in a series of creative projects for Justine is her new album, a collection of hazy country-tinged jams and folk-singer storytelling.
Moaning Lisa write about relatable scenes of love and domesticity charged with searing guitars and drums.
"Part of this album is about fate, and where you find yourself and what shapes you as the person you have become."
From a packed European tour supporting Death Cab For Cutie, to a five-show stint at South By South West, The Beths have been busy.
Executive Chef of Rising Sun Workshop Nick Smith talks us through their profit-for-purpose cafe concept, and why we should embrace fusion food.
Jamie and Darren have known each other for over two decades and so it’s no surprise that they’re teaming up to promote their rich and respective back catalogues and new material.
Dashville Skyline founder and music-maker Matt Johnston and folk-rock renegade Steve Smyth on the capacity for music to make a difference in the local community.
How the European iteration of The Apartments – the trio of singer-songwriter Peter Milton Walsh together with guitarist Antoine Chaperon and keyboardist/vocalist Natasha Penot – has leant the band a new and unparalleled alchemy.