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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #94: The Bohicas

Essex outfit The Bohicas are keeping themselves very busy, having dropped their debut self-titled EP just last month and remarkably made their maiden voyage to Australia on the back of just a handful of tunes and a video featuring two of their songs, XXX and Swarm.
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Everything You Should Have Seen At Splendour In The Grass 2014

The must-see moments from Splendour 2014!

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Bonjah’s David Morgan: “It’s A Great Time To Be Independent”

Melbourne-based four-piece Bonjah returned to the scene earlier this year after taking a two-and-a-half year break since releasing their 2011 record, Go Go Chaos.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #92: 5 Seconds Of Summer

The trajectory to stardom for Sydney pop-punk four-piece 5 Seconds Of Summer has been a little backwards, explains drummer Ashton Irwin.
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Jonathan Boulet Talks Making “Fun, Dumb Rock & Roll” On ‘Gubba’

Sydney-born singer-songwriter and certified jet-setter Jonathan Boulet is proving himself quite the chameleon of the music world.
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Ingrid Michaelson Talks TV, Role Modelling And Performing For Obama

If you’re a music supervisor on a melodramatic TV series, you should be familiar with the work of Ingrid Michaelson.
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Kimbra: “This Is My Time To Make A Statement”

Step inside ‘The Golden Echo’

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Being Independent “Is The Only Way”

It’s been nearly a decade since Philadelphia outfit Clap Your Hands Say Yeah burst onto the indie scene with their much admired eponymous debut album, claiming praise from the blogosphere for their stridently independent approach to making and distributing music.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #91: Rise Against

According to Rise Against singer Tim McIlrath, after 15 years of writing and touring, the band needed some time off to “get some perspective”.
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Sydonia ‘Reality Kicks’ Tour Diary: Bendigo-Bunbury

Melbourne’s favourite powerhouse prog-metal rockers Sydonia have had what can only be described as a whirlwind year, releasing their album, ‘Reality Kicks’, and then following it up by kicking off an extensive national tour, which saw them take regional and city stages alike.
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Peanut Butter Wolf: “People Need To Keep An Open Mind When They’re At The Club”

Running a record label is one of those dream jobs that seem to obliterate into tiny pieces in the mind after one faces the realty of the work and logistics necessary just to keep your head above water as the head of X Records.