the AU interview: Adam Shoji of Seaway (Canada) talks on Colour Blind LP, pop-punk scene and band’s progression

Since the release of their latest LP Colour Blind, Canadian pop-punk band Seaway have been turning heads in both America and the UK. We had the opportunity to speak with bass player Adam Shoji about the new record, the current pop-punk scene and the band’s progression in their music. At the moment you guys are touring with Knuckle Puck, Sorority Noise…

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Stumbled Upon #091 – Jasmine Nelson (Melbourne)

In our 91st instalment of “Stumbled Upon”, we chat to gorgeous Melbournian Jasmine Nelson, find out about her album Hercules, discover future tour plans and check out her single “Heart”. Musician: Jasmine Nelson Website / Social Media: www.jasminenelson.com Facebook / Soundcloud / Instagram Genre: Singer / Songwriter Members & their roles: Jasmine Nelson – singer,…

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Eddie Salazar of Double Lined Minority (Brisbane) talks overall band progression, growing fanbase and pop-punk scene

It’s been a huge year for Gold-Coast rock band, Double Lined Minority. Releasing their EP, Caught in the Ceasefire in February and sharing the stage with Motion City Soundtrack and As It Is, the band have been highly motivated musicians who have shared their catchy, punk influenced tunes around the country. Speaking with frontman, Eddie…

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Lzzy Hale of Halestorm (US) talks touring down under & the spiritual nature of recording in an old church

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Ahead of Halestorm‘s debut Australian tour dates, Josh caught up with the dynamic vocalist of the rock band, Lzzy Hale. Producing music in a genre still heavily dominated by male voices, Hale has made a name for herself and her killer talent as frontwoman and musician brilliantly. Halestorm themselves, Grammy winners and relentless tour nuts,…

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