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Sometimes, things just time out perfectly. When the interview schedules are made for Adalita Srsen and Raúl Sánchez – two-thirds of Geelong rock veterans Magic Dirt – their Zoom meeting with Music Feeds has been locked in for the late afternoon of April the 20th.
As successful as the career of Angus & Julia Stone has been on a united front, it’s clear the siblings have still had to work through some kinks on their own.
When veteran Australian singer-songwriter Lior returned to the stage after over a year, he didn't do things by halves.
As part of the festivities for the 2021 WOMADelaide concert series, Lior performed his collaborative symphony 'Compassion' alongside composer Nigel Westlake and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Needless to say, jumping back in the deep end was an experience that was simultaneously nerve-wracking and entirely exhilarating. "There were a lot of firsts that night, I'm pretty sur...
Liz Stringer is one of Australian music’s best-kept secrets.
It’s moments like this that the Curb Your Enthusiasm theme song was built for. Cast your mind back, if you will, to early March 2021 — a simpler time. In an interview with Zane Lowe, Adam Levine — who, need you be reminded, fronts a band — lamented the fact that there are, quote, “no bands anymore."
When Yoodoo Park arrived in Queensland in early 2020, he wasn’t expecting to stay as long as he has. The year that ensued, of course, had other plans. To his credit, however, the Japan-born multi-instrumentalist better known as GRMLN has taken the experience in his stride.
Middle Kids On New Album ‘Today We’re the Greatest’: “This Totally Expresses Who We Are, And Where We Are”
“He’s up!” Hannah Joy is a world away from the usual press day pandemonium. The Middle Kids singer, guitarist and keyboardist is bantering away with a mouthful of avocado toast, the crumbs spilling away onto tracky dacks and a Seinfeld parody shirt while she sits in the living room of her northern Sydney home.
In a perfect world, Odette’s second studio album would have been out for nearly a year by now. We’d have seen her take it to stages across Australia, from national festivals to headlining theatre performances.