Posts by: Nikky B

Adelaide’s own epic folkster lords, The Winter Gypsy, are backing up last year’s EP Page I with another intricate and textured single Bojke (pronounced Boy-ke). The memorable and dreamy array of tones flow gently in swirls, like smoke rising from burning incense, which is sure to engulf the listener in the world created...

Keeping the Brit-pop Flame alight with bright garage infused tunes, English trio Johnny Kills have recently released third single Let’s Talk About Me with more singles to come. Ripping straight out, with a solid upbeat no-frills guitar and drum combo and super catchy vocal lines, Let’s Talk About Me is both the freedom...

LA natives The Palms are bending all the rules and making it look natural with the new EP Sway. The duo recently took some time away from their American tour, to have a chat and let the crew know a little bit more about the band and their beginnings and take on the record industry, topping charts and everything else...

Byron Based Jewellery label, Pirates Dreaming, creates sharp and exhilarating pieces for the exiled and the outsiders in all of us.  We caught up with founder/creative director, Adelaide Friday, to talk about work, play and the inspiration that drives this incredible brand.First things first, who is Adelaide Friday...

Colossal Hardcore legends, Raised Fist, are about to return to Australia in support of their latest release, From the North, yet another brutally tight and crushingly accurate album. I caught up with front man Alexander ‘Alle’ Hagman to have a chat about music, passion and life. You are about to hit Australia again in...

While the rest of us mere humans wrestle with our creativity, Coolangatta’s Jay Jermyn wipes the floor clean with multiple mediums that he rides like one big artistic wave. Ever changing and shifting, much like the ocean tides under various moons, his work spans from fluid visual works of exploration to musical...

With the end of Jinja Safari still lingering, acclaimed artist Pepa Knight‘s solo effort blooms a brilliant new single Company and music video along with it. Both recorded and produced by the man himself, Pepa Knight finds a middle ground between mainstream anthem and indie-pop, walking the tightrope with extreme...

Diabolically cool British band, The Wytches, carve brooding cryptic Baroque’n’roll deep into your face with masterfully gloom-ridden follow up album, All Your Happy Life. Prowling venues as a three piece, from their local Brighton haunts to festivals and headline gigs all over the UK, The Wytches have been sharpening...

Modest artist Keaton Henson, who has been labelled both heartbreaker and heartbroken, crafts an emotional and imaginative flux of tunes for new album Kindly Now. Henson, who seems to have his hands dirty with every other medium and form of creativity has, apart from this album, also recently released a book of poetry,...

Stunning indie-noise release Tropical by Sydney duo Fern swirls with sexy vibes. Tropical is Fern’s, Scott Jackson and Lauren Williams, follow up to last year’s release of It Comes Slow. Filled with a beachside cocktail relaxation and Friday night’s carefree spirit, it is set to carry you towards the warmer months...