Maksim Mrvica is coming to town.
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Maksim Mrvica is coming to town.
A 15-year-old me came back to life with excitement and absolute joy when I had the honour and opportunity to talk with and interview the legendary indie rap god Tech N9ne, ahead of his upcoming tour.
Drummer Lauren Hammel talked to us about science fiction, Donald Trump and juggling two bands at once.
We speak to the talents behind "Night Sweats", writer/performer Timothy Green and director Haydon Wilson.
This Sunday, Perth’s infamous Block Party and Red Bull Sound Select will be hosting techno connoisseur Dylan iS, disco fiesta Father Figures and Perth’s own genre-defying Palais (Jeremy Smith). We got the opportunity to chat to Jeremy Smith aka Palais (pronounced Pal-ay) ahead of his big night on Sunday.
We got the chance to speak to lead vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player of The Teskey Brothers, Josh Teskey, about their latest record Half Mile Harvest, spending 10 years together as a band, and their latest tour.
Stella Donnelly is one of the most in-demand artists out of Perth right now, as both a solo artist and with her bands Boat Show and Bells Rapids. We were extremely privileged to get the chance to speak with her in the lead-up, and she was as lovely to talk to as her music is to listen to!
POW! Negro are one of the most exciting young bands on the Perth scene right now. Their eagerly anticipated debut EP Jasmine & Licorice will be dropped on July 28, and the boys are heading on a short tour to launch it, with dates in Bunbury, Dunsborough and Perth. We were very lucky to talk to frontman/MC Nelson Mondlane and bassist Toby Batchelor ahead of the release, in another segment of our Pop Vulture series.
If you're looking for something different to do this Winter, you could do far worse than check out an intriguing drama piece known as Blink that will see its WA debut this month. We were privileged enough to have a quick chat with creative director Melissa Cantwell.
Ahead of their Splendour sideshows with Two Door Cinema Club, and an impending third studio album, we had a chat to Sean Caskey from Last Dinosaurs about how maturity is affecting their music, making fine wooden furniture and what music they have and do draw inspiration from.
We caught up with the lovely Meg Mac on a sunny winter's day in Perth to chat about baby albums, naming guitars, where we (legally) watch TV and, burgers.
We caught up with David Stewart of the young folk-rock Perth band Belgrade in the latest edition of our Pop Vulture series.
We got the opportunity to speak with Josh Pyke, one of the most influential and well-loved musicians in Australia, ahead of the release of his Best Of, B-Sides and Rarities album (out June 30) and national tour in July/August.
We caught up with Sydney singer-songwriter Montaigne to chat about making positive change, video games, life, death, and spirituality. Have a read, then do yourself a favour and purchase tickets for her performance at Capitol on the 29th of July.
Black Swan State Theatre Company’s exciting run (and WA premiere) of beloved American-Australian playwright Lally Katz’s work The Eisteddfod is just around the corner, opening at the end of this month and directed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler. We took the opportunity to have a chat the genius behind the script herself about growing older, writing, the play and WA.
We speak to Perth playwright and singer-songwriter Georgina Cramond (aka RIBS) about anxiety, music, and storytelling in the lead up to her upcoming play, "Interrupting A Crisis"
Brand new at the Blue Room Theatre this month is a new Western Australian born and raised show: Toast. We got the chance to discuss this new show with director Emily McLean in the lead-up to its premiere.
Jazz is a pretty large umbrella term and I suppose the instrumentation and the fact that we improvise pushes us towards that realm. We think of our music more as improvisation based beat music.
We had the privilege of chatting on the phone with Smith Street Band frontman Will Wagner about their upcoming album and tour.
Despite being part of what has been come to be known as the anti-folk movement, Kline really doesn’t put much currency in genre. “I think that defining anything through a genre is kind of useless. I mean, I don’t really even know what anti-folk means really. I can tell you that it was this music movement in New York, but it doesn’t make much sense to me.”