Interview: At First Sight Festival – Day Ravies

Sydney’s inaugural At First Sight festival launched at Carriageworks in Sydney on Saturday, pulling in an array of music fans and seemingly every vinyl lover – be they mild enthusiast or feverish addict – to throw their support behind independent record stores. Though the enormous record fair was certainly a main attraction, the live music was also a big calling card, with a great lineup of bands and DJs performing. Music Feeds was on ground for the whole show, and we got to talk to a bunch of the lovely people play.

Day Ravies have been getting some serious stripes on the board with a recent flurry of live performances. Following their show at Carriageworks, we spoke to the team about their latest release Double Act as well as plans for their forthcoming album.

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