Ahead of the release of a new album this week, we spoke to SoNo frontman Cam Boucher about the impact of friendship on their music.
“If the metal genre is usually a horror movie, Devil is Fine is its Oscar-bait counterpart.”
As Creeper prepare to release their début album, Will Gould talks to us about rebuilding the artist-audience barrier.
Suicide Silence refuse to be, y’know, silenced.
A career in music is an uncertain venture – and that’s okay.
Talking heartbreak, punk rock and normality with one of Australia’s most exciting new talents.
“That was the first night I remember counting the non-white people at a show. The number fit on one hand.”
This is a very good band that you should probably listen to.
A profile on one of the world’s fastest-rising bands as they get set to drop their debut full-length.
Laetitia Tamko has found the perfect balance between the grounded and the ethereal.
“… a place where subgenres are a secondary concern to making something which kicks ten-tonnes of ass.”
Rob Barbour casts his eye over a legacy band renaissance
Matthew Whipple talks past years and Pretty Years
We sit down for a chat with the Against Me! frontwoman after the busiest 12 months of her life.
“If Here And Nowhere Else saw Cloud Nothings forcibly breaking out of a monotonous routine, Life Without Sound is the band finding themselves in a fresh, more considered world, and opening themselves up to a whole new future.”
“The Menzingers are exactly what we need.”