Thanks for joining us today on Sydney TAFE Radio for our Friday #animalia special. We’ll be uploading a podcast of the show, as well as previous weeks’ shows, next week. In the meantime, here’s the playlist of the animal-themed tunes we played today, with music direction by Flynn Dunbavan, Rob Frezza Mangone, Anthony Shelston, Liam […]
DIVANEEL TIBDIXIOUS @notoriousndiv interviews rapper Julian Larson, stage name El Jistos, about his music and upcoming album ‘Everyday People’. Find out more about El Jistos here, and like his Facebook page. Featured image: Rapper El Jistos. Photo by Adam Scarfe Photography
Dave Faulkner is the singer/guitarist of legendary Australian band Hoodoo Gurus. He currently writes about music for The Saturday Paper. He chooses to write about alternative and relatively unheard of artists, introducing them to a broader audience. Two of his recent articles feature Melbourne post-punk act Gold Class and Newcastle producer Szymon. I had the pleasure of interviewing Dave this […]
BY AARON STREATFEILD @slazanom Avid gig goer, musician, podcaster and one of a select few journalists in Australia that write about music for a living – David James Young discusses the journey that led to his career in music journalism.
BY AARON STREATFEILD For any band in Australia, a 20-year career is quite an achievement. Withstanding artistic differences, non-paying gigs and arduous journeys between venues it is easy to see why bands throw in the towel long before spending a couple of decades together. Jebediah is one of the few bands from the 90s to reach […]
Northern Beaches brothers, Oli and Louis Leimbach are on their rise to fame. With an upcoming tour of the U.S and various festival appearances, Lime Cordiale is working up a storm. Known for their chilled out personalities and unique beach pop music, it’s no doubt that everyone is keen for a new album, inspired by […]
BY ADAM ENOCH Liars – WIXIW I’ve always thought that Liars might just sound like the aural equivalent of Asperger’s syndrome. That’s not meant as a criticism by the way, in fact it’s quite the opposite – I think it’s a positive and interesting trait but Liars can be difficult to relate to; their albums are […]
BY KATE DAWSON When it was announced last August that Paramount Pictures was prepping a motion picture about Justin Bieber’s life, the general reaction was, shall we say, a scoff. The guy was only 16 years old at the time, had only produced two studio albums, and had really only been on people’s radar for […]