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.
This month, Rufus OnFire takes us back to the 90's in his Artist Profile segment as he takes a look at Underground Lovers
Blues and roots legend Mick Hart has been making his own brand of music for close to two decades. Now, in 2019 with the release of his ninth album "Awake" he talks about the making of the album and his international touring that has kept him busy since his last release 5 years prior.
Abby Dobson has had a wide and varied music career, firstly as the frontwoman for Leonardos Bride, her many collaborations with the likes of Paul Mac and heaps more. After close to a decade, she releases her 2nd solo album "It's OK, Sweetheart". Abby takes us through the journey of her music career.
Melbourne's Augie March are the act being looked at in depth of this edition of the Artist Profile, as presented by Rufus OnFire
Julz and Leesa from Hussy Hicks catch up with Noddy at Bluesfest in Byron Bay, the very day after their new single "Get Ready" was released
Noddy caught up with Echuca based singer-songwriter Benny Walker at Bluesfest in Byron Bay. Benny shared details of his new music, a different producer to work with, as well as his growing confidence with his guitar playing.
Noddy caught up with Jack and Pat from The Pierce Brothers for a humourous chat at Bluesfest in Byron Bay as the Melbourne group spoke about their career to date and how two twins manage to work together without going crazy!