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Author: Andrew Doyle

Tigertown: On Family, ‘Warriors’ & Finding New Fans

Written by on 23 August 2017

Much has been written about the familial bond that alt-pop four-piece Tigertown have with one other. Consisting of husband and wife duo Chris and Charlie Collins, Chris’s brother Alexi and sister Elodie [Crowe], the family relationship features prominently in the band’s setup. “As a band it’s always complex,” says Alexi of this dynamic, “and it [...]

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GL: On Shrinking The Band Unit & Expanding The Pop Format

Written by on 4 July 2017

For GL, a collaboration between Melbourne-based musicians Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson, the sound of early '80s disco funk is a key feature in not only their overall sound, but also their approach to making music. “I guess the late ‘70s and early ‘80s is when electronic music really started to evolve,” says Thompson, “so [...]

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Tora – ‘Take A Rest’

Written by on 5 June 2017

Having already made a name for themselves through two EPs, several singles and extensive touring both nationally and overseas, Byron Bay-based electronic group Tora have released their first full-length album, Take A Rest. With their recent single Another Case gaining significant airplay, the album presents an evolution in the band’s sound. Although continuing their style [...]

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Kyle Lionheart – ‘Eleven & Two’

Written by on 25 May 2017

From humble beginnings busking on the streets of his home town of Byron Bay, to several sold out national shows and an upcoming support slot with Xavier Rudd, folk musician Kyle Lionhart is building quite a following for his laid-back, soulful sound. His second EP, Eleven & Two, presents a collection of seven simple yet emotional songs [...]

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Screamfeeder – ‘Pop Guilt’

Written by on 8 May 2017

After a 12-year break, pop-rockers Screamfeeder are back with their seventh album, Pop Guilt. With several prolific names attached to its production including Brad Wood (Veruca Salt, Placebo), Paul Kolderie (Dinosaur Jr, The Lemonheads, Radiohead) and Wayne Connolly (The Vines, Died Pretty), the album promises a great deal. Pop Guilt follows the same noisy but [...]

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