Bad Pony (Sydney) talk about their “Deficiency” single tour and writing with Marc Orrell (ex-Dropkick Murphys) in the USA

Hitting the road today on their national “Deficiency” single tour, the criminally underrated Sydney quintet Bad Pony were recently over on the other side of the world in Toronto, Canada for the annual music festival and conference Canadian Music Week. While there, I sat down with Jarred and Sam from the group to talk about…

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Tasman Keith on “Might Snap” & continuing to bring Indigenous hip hop to prominence in 2017

Late last week, we premiered the brand new single from Tasman Keith – “Might Snap”. The single (and its accompanying music video) tackles very real themes of addiction and personal struggle and as an introduction to this emerging hip hop talent, “Might Snap” kicks the door in. Hailing from the Bowraville Mission in NSW’s Nambucca Valley,…

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Harrison Craig on his Kings of Vegas album, the influence of the city & his Aussie tour

Harrison Craig has been wowing audiences with his voice since 2013. With the release of his third studio album Kings Of Vegas (featuring new interpretations of classics such as “Almost Like Being In Love”, “She’s A Lady” and “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”) displaying a mature sound with swing-inspired direction, this platinum-selling artist (and…

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The Lemon Twigs talk new music plans and why you should see them at Splendour in the Grass

Backstage during Coachella‘s second weekend, we caught up with The Lemon Twigs, brothers Michael and Brian D’Addario. Their 2016 album Do Hollywood made its way onto many a ‘Best Of’ list and as for their live shows? Well, the brothers have been garnering a solid reputation as one of New York’s finest emerging bands. You guys really foster a reputation of…

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