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The Pharcyde: “Hip Hop Is Not Like A Labour Union”

Los Angeles’ alt hip hoppers The Pharcyde have enjoyed remarkable longevity on the back of one cult album, Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde, issued in 1992.
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Foo Fighters: “You’ve Got To Turn The Formula On Its Head”

“Wait till you hear the idea for the next record!”

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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #122: The Ghost Inside

LA melodic hardcore outfit The Ghost Inside are right on the cusp of releasing their fourth studio album Dear Youth — which you can stream right now on Music Feeds — and according to frontman Jonathan Vigil the album takes a frank look at his internal grapple with feeling stagnant and scared with his life’s .
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Bear’s Den Talk ‘Islands’, Accidental Art & Their Overworked Bassist

London indie swag trio Bear’s Den have just put out their debut album Islands, an accessible blend of pop and folk.
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Jane Tyrrell: “I Got Hungry To Be Challenged Again”

Jane Tyrrell is in damn good spirits.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #121: SOHN

SOHN has been a busy lad of late.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #120: Mariachi El Bronx

Ahead of their third self-titled album, and with a 2015 Australian tour all booked, Mariachi El Bronx‘s main amigo Matt Caughthran caught up with Music Feeds’ Mike Hohnen to talk about new record Mariachi El Bronx III.
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Millions Talk ‘Max Relax’, Thriftiness & What Not To Shout At A Gig

Having just finished supporting Ball Park Music on tour, Millions are ready to steal the spotlight as the headliners for their own For Your Leisure & Pleasure Australian tour behind debut album Max Relax, released this August.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #119: Conditions

Richmond-based alternative rockers Conditions were one of the first bands to be confirmed for Soundwave 2015 after AJ Maddah confirmed that he and the beloved outfit, who announced their dissolution last year, have “a pact” for them to come out for a farewell for the 2015 instalment of his flagship event.
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Lagwagon’s Joey Cape: “This Is My Bitter Old Man Record”

The Caper talks ‘Hang’, and struggling to find a fitting tribute to Tony Sly

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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #117: Emilie Simon

Acclaimed French musician Emilie Simon will soon to return to our shores for a third time this coming summer as a part of the beloved outdoor concert series So Frenchy So Chic In The Park, and she’s thrilled about participating in the event.
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Davey Lane On The “Joyous” Experience Of Making His Solo Debut

You Am I guitarist, and now solo artist in his own right, Davey Lane has been hard at work of late, releasing onto the world his debut solo record Atonally Young.