Photo by Greta Buitkute. From left to right: Whitney, Hannah, Harri, Fiona. Missed part 1? Backtrack here. Transcribed by Lee Adcock. The original plan was to interview ILL for ten minutes. But where’s the fun in that when there are four like-minded people gathering together to discuss the things that matter to them musically one […]
So. By now you’ve probably seen the one TV performance that us muso-types can’t stop buzzing about. But, in case you’ve tuned out yr social networks lately (we are smack dab in the middle of Lent, after all), here it is. A fair chunk of the discussion ‘round this bouncing black-clad wonder has devolved into […]
Why exactly does the whole world want to distance itself from the term hipster?
There’s an elephant in the room, and that elephant needs to have its back shaved.
by Bianca Valentino Catcall is the latest musical project from Sydney-based musician Catherine Kelleher. Kelleher first performed as frontwoman for Australian DIY punk band Kiosk in the early 00s. Upon returning home from a 2006 Kiosk US tour Kelleher had a life changing moment (which she talks about here) and after much soul searching decided […]
There must be a ton of pissed-off Korn fans out there
It’s pretty good, although it’s the much smoother, slicker sound of later Roxy rather than the art school early years, although at times they sound like a more jazz Pink Floyd.
Kaputt is a dark city with no easy escape routes. Washed-out horns blow sorrowfully into the night.
This is pure energy and swagger and 70s art school cool, with a vocal that makes me squirm with unfamiliar and delightful thoughts even now