Sydney based singer-songwriter Peter Senior dropped by the studio to chat with Noddy about his latest single "Soft Rain" as well as his involvement in the Let It Rain series of drought relief benefit shows.
Noddy caught up with Aussie music legend Normie Rowe at Bluesfest in Byron Bay. Normie talks about his 5 decades plus in the Australian music industry, plus the release of his new single for ANZAC Day.
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Bianca Modesti has been honing her craft for some time now. She looks ahead to 2019 with much anticipation as it will see her release her debut solo album, following on from some impressive singles to date. We spoke to Bianca around the release of her latest track "Race Against Time".
In this edition of the Artist Profile, Rufus OnFire shines the spotlight on one of Australia's much loved groups of the 90's decade and beyond, The Whitlams
Lachlan Grant Splendor is the epitome of the travelling troubadour, having grown up in New Zealand, but has called Alice Springs his home for the past decade. He's also well travelled, with Canada being one of his preferred destinations, with this globetrotting having fuelled his songwriting. We spoke to Lachlan about this, as well as his 4th album release "The Choice Is Yours"
They've been wowing audiences worldwide with their incredible live performances for many years. Now, The Lachy Doley Group have translated that energy on to their latest album titled "Make Or Break". Noddy caught up with Lachy, Jackie and Joel from the band back stage at their Sydney album launch.
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.