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Watch Andy Bull Get Grilled By His Own Harshest Critic

They say we are our own harshest critics, but Sydney singer-songwriter and producer Andy Bull has taken this cliché to its literal end, sitting down for a series of in-depth interviews where he faces the tough questions hurled at him by unrelenting interviewer Andy Bull.
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Who Did ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Better?

For those lucky enough to catch Panic.
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Antiskeptic’s 6 Steps To Smarter Crowdfunding

If you ask anybody in the know, they’ll tell you that crowdfunding is the wave of the future.
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Slash: “Rock And Roll Is Starting To Show Its Teeth Right Now”

Saul Hudson, known to a legion of fans whose devotion often borders on zealotry as Slash, is many things, but a pessimist isn’t one of them.
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John Digweed: “I Can’t See EDM Slowing Down Any Time Soon”

In the ’90s, Brit DJs Sasha and John Digweed pioneered and popularised progressive house (or just ‘prog’) with their cult mix-CDs, the first being the influential Renaissance: The Mix Collection.
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WIN: Meet Hardwell On His Australian Tour!

DJ Mag’s number one DJ in the world Hardwell will soon take to Australian stages for his I AM Hardwell tour, playing three massive shows in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane this October, and Music Feeds is giving you and a friend the chance to get up close and personal.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #103: Yellowcard

Yellowcard have taken a step forward on new album Lift a Sail, and frontman Ryan Key will be the first to tell you.
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The Bennies: “We’re Approaching This Band Like It Won’t Last Forever”

Life’s pretty sweet if you’re in The Bennies.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #102: Steve Smyth

Fans of the smoky, melancholy vocals of south coast New South Wales singer-songwriter Steve Smyth can soon rejoice.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #101: Slaves

Ahead of the prolific Jonny Craig‘s return to Australian shores with new band Slaves, we caught up with the man whose voice has graced some of the most vital post-hardcore releases of the past decade to talk about the upcoming tour and Slaves’ acclaimed debut studio effort, Through Art We Are All Equals.
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Cracking The Monuments Code With Chris Barretto

For some bands, the natural reaction to getting pigeonholed or lumped in with a movement is to rebel and immediately contradict the critics, as well as their own previous output.
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Judas Priest: “The Thought Of Quitting Terrifies All Of Us”

Few bands can lay claim to being ‘legendary’ and even fewer bands can lay claim to having a hand in forging an entirely new style of music.