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Death Cab For Cutie Talk ‘Kintsugi’ And Moving Forward Without Chris Walla

What began as a dubbed cassette of songs for friends, recorded by one man in his bedroom, has evolved into one of the go-to names in contemporary indie rock.
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Paul Mac Talks ‘Holiday From Me’, Working With George Michael And Troye Sivan

Sydney’s Paul Mac (real name Paul McDermott) is among the godfathers of Australia’s EDM scene.
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The Wombats On The Aussie Origins Of ‘Glitterbug’, The Gap Between Albums & Long-Distance Relationships

It’s been four years since Liverpool indie rockers The Wombats released This Modern Glitch, the platinum-selling follow-up to their acclaimed debut A Guide To Love, Loss and Deperation.
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Rodrigo Y Gabriela Talk Bluesfest, New Projects & Meeting The Obamas

Mexican acoustic guitar rockers Rodrigo y Gabriela – Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero – are unlikely pop stars, no matter how rousing their live shows.
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Sleeping With Sirens: “No Boundaries, No Rules” Making ‘Madness’

Floridians Sleeping With Sirens have always stood apart from their post-hardcore brethren.
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Guttermouth’s Mark Adkins On His Crazy Life After That Last “Fucked Up” Australian Tour

Californian punk-rockers Guttermouth have never been strangers to controversy.
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British India Talk New Album And Being “Consumed” By Music

“As long as there’s a British India-shaped gap, I think we’ll thrive.”

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‘Love Is Now’ Soundtrack: A Track-By-Track With Kram

Spiderbait‘s Kram can now add film scorer to his ever-expanding resume, with the release of the soundtrack to Aussie drama Love Is Now.
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Captain Kickarse And The Awesomes On Taking Things Back To Where They Started

Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes are the perfect proof of the old adage that we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.
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Ry On Learning To Chill Out & Why It’s An Exciting Time In Aus Hip Hop

Rising Melbourne MC star Ry (aka Ryan Egan) has recently dropped a “feel-good” single, Gimme That (featuring Brisbane R&B singer Jordan de la Cruz), from his forthcoming Ivory Coast EP.
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Paul Dempsey Talks New Solo Album And Maturing As A Musician

As Paul Dempsey prepares for his first solo record in six years, the Something For Kate frontman, who’ll be road-testing new songs this month at festivals in Newcastle and the Mornington Peninsula, admits he can be sceptical when it comes to instant connections to new songs by fans.
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Dick Diver On Their New Album: “It Felt Like Harder Work”

It’s been two years since Melbourne indie pop band Dick Diver released an album.