You’re welcome humbugs
“His androgynous image sowed the seeds for kids of that era to become a little more tolerant of the “weird” or the outsiders. Or it validated us if we were the “weird” or the outsider.”
“I can look back and find a wealth of inspiration in the idea of a guitar-orientated band, channeling this all into a laptop.”
Boy & Bear’s Dave Hosking and guitarist Killian Gavin on how the band turned the most difficult stage of their career – and lives – into music.
“This album is, and always will be, timeless”
“We’re writing for the fans of the band.”
“Wall Of Arms inspired me to write in the way I do.”
“They don’t buy music because some spotty little Herbert from Hastings called Bartholomew gives it nought out of five.”
Bluesfest is one of the only festivals in the country that spends big money on legendary artists who aren’t clocking hits or nabbing triple j airplay.
Catch him touring Australia this December
“We believe that Australian bands deserve the slot that Australian bands are worth in this country.”
“That’s out of the question.”
This list could be quadrupled in number and we still wouldn’t have run out of quality material 😉
“I felt like I had never heard something quite like it before”
They’ve got a national tour coming up too!
The Melbourne songwriter’s new single coats an urgent message about social action in sublime indie-pop textures.
“My mum did not like you, not one bit. Who could blame her… I’d beg her to let you come with us on every car ride”
“I remember the first time I heard you it felt like I was born in the wrong era”
Full of moody shots and creative lighting.
Why else would you have expectations if not to subvert them, after all?