He's the songwriting genius and founding member of groups including Leonardos Bride, as well as Holidays On Ice. Now, Dean Manning brings us his 2nd solo album "Sunday Mountain" and calls in all the way from Greece to chat about it.
Paul Scott has been making music for decades, starting out in a band in his homeland of New Zealand. His latest project is titled The Insufferable Paul Scott and the album "Surrender To Robots" is his take on all things technology, the future and modern life as Paul explains in this interview.
After a request from a listener to feature them in this segment, Rufus OnFire obliges with an Artist Profile on early 80's Aussie pop act The Numbers.
Melbourne trio My Elephant Ride split their time up between their hometown and the island of Bali. Their 2nd album "Beyond The Skin" is a radical departure from their debut, we spoke to Joe from the band all about it.
Canberra duo The Barren Spinsters are known for not taking themselves too seriously, The title of their debut album "Ten Steps To Cynical Thinking" is evidence of this. We spoke to Brendan from the band and found out what makes them tick.
Rufus OnFire takes us back to the latter part of the 00's decade in this edition of the Artist Profile, as he takes a look at the band Husky.
Although he grew up in Regional Victoria, singer-songwriter Carlyle Christopherson now calls Switzerland his home. We place a long distance phone call to him to talk about his debut solo album.
We speak with Richard Lowenstein, director of the film "Mystify Michael Hutchence" about the documentary on the life of the INXS frontman.
Kim Churchill has been making his brand of organic blues and roots music for over a decade and his latest EP "I Am" sees him releasing a 4 part series of EP's recorded in different parts of the globe. First up, it's Berlin. Kim talks us through this adventure.
Perth rockers Psychedelic Porn Crumpets release their 3rd album, the interestingly titled "And Now For The Whatchamacallit". We spoke to the band's frontman Jack all about it.