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The Collapse Board Interview: Jess Cornelius

The Collapse Board Interview: Jess Cornelius

After moving from New Zealand to Melbourne in the early 2000s, Jess Cornelius found fame through Teeth & Tongue, the band she formed in 2007.…

The Collapse Board Interview: Kirsty Tickle (Party Dozen)

Party Dozen are a band that stays with you. On paper, a drummer/saxophonist duo might not sound like an obvious choice of band to go…

The Collapse Board Interview: Mark Spinks (2 Chevrons)

Whether an artist’s music reaches millions or just a dozen, the impact of their work is, in most cases, no less profound. Caroline Milne’s self-taught…

The Collapse Board Interview: Ed Kuepper (2019)

The Collapse Board Interview: Ed Kuepper (2019)

We last spoke to Ed Kuepper back in 2014 so we were never going to…

The Collapse Board Interview – Sacred Paws

The Collapse Board Interview – Sacred Paws

Formed by members of old Collapse Board favourites, Golden Grrrls, Shopping and Trash Kit, we…

The Collapse Board Interview: The Goon Sax

The Collapse Board Interview: The Goon Sax

Ages ago I talked to Goon Sax about their excellent second album, We’re Not Talking. …

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Brainbeau – Infinite Ways

Brainbeau – Infinite Ways

Listen to the introduction of Marvin Gaye’s 1977 single ‘Got To Give It Up’. The loose chatter, the casual clinking glasses. It feels like a party. The sound effects continue…

Clever – Hangin Egg (Tropical Cancer Rort)

Clever – Hangin Egg (Tropical Cancer Rort)

This record bursts into existence, there’s simply no other way to describe it. The band plays with intensity. Like punk. But as with any kind of idealism you could throw…

Kitchen’s Floor – ‘Dictaphone’ (Reissue)

Kitchen’s Floor – ‘Dictaphone’ (Reissue)

I guess you could call this a reissue. But get this clear. It was never issued. Don’t care. Do you? I just listen to the first few seconds of ‘Loneliness…

Phantastic Ferniture – Phantastic Ferniture (Makeout Records/Caroline Australia)

Phantastic Ferniture – Phantastic Ferniture (Makeout Records/Caroline Australia)

They wanted to make a pop record for fun, and yep, that’s what they’ve done. Phantastic Ferniture’s self-titled debut album gets the tick for ‘pop’ and ‘fun’, but not in…