Hailing originally from Sydney's northern suburbs ad now calling the Central Coast their home, 3 piece outfit Dis-Connect kick into 2019 with a brand new EP titled "Social Disease". It's packed with a punch and reminiscent of what was so great about the 90's decade. Noddy caught up with Grahame and Phil from the band in the very venue where they played one of their first ever gigs.
Our correspondent Chuck Nuggets speaks with Methyl Ethel frontman Jake Webb about the Perth bands latest album "Triage".
Melbourne power pop outfit Ice Cream Hands were a force to be reckoned with in the 00's decade. Now, 20 years on from the release of their most successful album of their career "Sweeter Than The Radio", the band have released it for the very first time on vinyl. We spoke to frontman Charles Jenkins about the band's history.
Rufus OnFire takes a look at 90's folksters Things Of Stone and Wood in this edition of the Artist Profile.
Sydney funk and soul outfit The Soul Movers released their 3rd album "Bona Fide" and it saw them work in some of the most legendary studios in the US to record it. We had a visit from lead singer Lizzie Mack and guitarist Murray Cook (formerly of The Wiggles) to tell us about the experience.
Perth act Young Robin burst on to the scene a few years back with their instantly catchy pop sounds. Now with the release of their 2nd EP "Transitions", the band have moved to a more mature sound, which bass player Hamish Graham tells us all about in this interview.