He's been the bass guitarist in Thirsty Merc, as well as the double bass player for trumpeter James Morrison's band and now Phil Stack steps out on his own with his first full length solo release. Noddy chats to him all about it.
Rufus OnFire takes us to Melbourne circa the late 1980's for this edition of the Artist Profile as he takes a look at Huxton Creepers
Noddy speaks with Olive, one half of Sydney indie pop duo Egoism about their upcoming EP release
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Perth's The Little Lord Street Band release their long awaited debut album in the form of "A Minute Of Another Day". Noddy catches up with Tash from the band to chat all about it
The Electorate includes members from 90's acts Big Heavy Stuff and Atticus, but were themselves a band back in the day, albeit under another name. Noddy speaks to Josh from the band who helps join all of the dots
Rufus OnFire continues his recent penchant of digging deep to discover some classic Aussie bands from the past that have long since been forgotten. On this edition of the Artist Profile, he takes a look at the career of The Makers
Melbourne rockers Shotgun Mistress have released a couple of head turning singles over the past 18 months and now get set to unleash 2 albums worth of new material that they've been working on. We chat to "diamond" Dave from the band all about it
The Central Coast (NSW) based and Hobart bred singer-songwriter releases her debut EP titled "Zone Out". Introducing Jessie-May Kitchen
Aussie legends The Badloves were everywhere back in the 90's and whilst their new music has been few and far between since that time, the group have kept busy both in the studio as well as playing live. We speak to frontman Michael Spiby about their recent return to dropping new singles.
Noddy speaks with singer-songwriter Dean Ray about his latest musical project which has culminated in the release of the album "4Trak Sessions Volume One"