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San Cisco – ‘The Water’

Written by on 4 May 2017

Following up their 2015 record, Gracetown, was never going to be an easy task, hitting #2 on the ARIA charts, finding itself in triple j’s Top Ten Albums of 2015, and sneaking singles into the Hottest 100 countdowns of both 2014 and 2015. Yet, with the help of a whole bunch of synths and ‘70s [...]

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Dear Seattle VS STUMPS

Written by on 12 April 2017

We chatted to Brae and Kyle Fisher from Sydney’s Northern Beaches about their respective bands: Dear Seattle (this week's triple j Unearthed Feature Artist) and STUMPS (not a Feature Artist but, like, just as cool). Does their Mum have a fave? Awks… find out below: Introduce yourselves dating profile-style: B: Hey I’m Brae. I haven’t so much as smelt a [...]

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Hazlett: On A Surrogate Mother’s Legacy & Facing Fears

Written by on 11 April 2017

Hazlett is a dynamic artist producing ambient sound through gentle acoustics that dizzies listeners, embracing a sense of personal reminiscence which is ever-present in his recent EP Honey, Where Is My Home. I was lucky enough to speak with Mitchell Lewis about his humble musical beginnings and his hopes going forward. With the ambiguous uniqueness [...]

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Shining Bird: On Painting Australia With Sound

Written by on 8 April 2017

Shining Bird are fast becoming one of Australia’s best-loved bands, and with their second LP Black Opal just released last year, frontman Dane Taylor reveals that they have already started another. “We went up to near the Blue Mountains in Blackheath and spent a few weeks up there just writing and have about half an [...]

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Ali Barter: On Being Part Of The Movement

Written by on 2 April 2017

There's no denying that Ali Barter has become a powerful voice for both women in the music industry and for female creatives across all forums, but as I sit down to speak with the Melbourne-based artist it becomes apparent that while she recognises the role she plays in the conversation, hers is one of many perspectives. "I think there [...]

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Alex The Astronaut: On Shooting To Great Heights

Written by on 2 April 2017

If you’re suffering a quarter-life crisis and think you need to step up your game, then you probably do, ‘cause multi-talented soul Alex The Astronaut has the strength to undertake a split athletic-academic scholarship on the other side of the world. Like flying through time and space, Alex Lynn is turning dreams into a reality, [...]

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