Having been one of the pioneering acts during the 80's decade, it was a one-off performance for Do Re Mi at the inaugural Australian Women In Music Awards last year that got the group thinking that a reformation might be considered. Fast forward to 2019 and the band have just completed a mini-tour. We spoke to Do Re Mi bass guitarist Helen Carter about the band's history and future.
2018 was a sad year for the Beasts Of Bourbon, seeing two of their former members pass away. Despite the odds, the band continued on and have now recorded a new album aptly titled "Still Here" and out of respect changed their moniker to simply The Beasts. We spoke with one of the founding members Charlie Owen.
In our first In Focus interview for 2019, we catch up with Hunter Valley act Magpie Diaries and speak directly with their frontman Matt "Magpie" Johnson about their current album "Sanctuary"
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Tyne-James Organ has had a busy 18 months writing and creating his first body of work for release. He talked to Noddy backstage at the annual Fairgrounds Festival and spoke of his time growing up in Wollongong and his early career playing covers which he then uploaded online.
Sydney rockers Creo have released some impressive EP's in there mere 2 years together. We spoke with frontman Jorjee about their latest EP "In The Red".
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Mojo Juju released her impressive album "Native Tongue" earlier in 2018 and due to her relentless touring schedule, we finally got around to having a chat with her for this In Focus interview.
We spoke with the host of The Songroom, Jess McGuire, to find out more on this innovative concept where some of Australia's most established musicians are paired up with up and coming acts for collaborations.
Guitar virtuoso Nathan Cavaleri returns with a new EP of deeply personal tunes and also seeing him try his hand at many musical genres not previously covered. Nathan talks us through the inspiration for the release.
Brisbane singer-songwriter Cole Phoenix dropped by the studio to share with us her latest single "Stone Woman", as well as some stories of the amazing musical connections she has made recently in the United States.
Ed Kuepper's latest incarnation of The Aints! (note the exclamation mark) sees him channelling the early days of his former band The Saints as he releases material that never saw the light of day back in the mid 70's. Ed talks us through the process of keeping true to how the original recordings would have sounded and the making of the album "The Church Of The Simultaneous Existence".