Interviews

The Paper Kites, a very well known indie folk band that hale from the city of Melbourne. Twelvefour was released in the latter half of 2015. It is one of those albums that if you take the time to really listen you will find so much expression and just wonder to yourself how did they manage to pull it all together to...

Meet Dinoczar yet another epic band throwing waves around the Boston music scene.. AND WE LOVE IT! For those who like their music raw, look no further, songs like Ghost Slam draw you in with the heaving bass line. All the while your head is spinning with nearly two minutes of mind bending instrumentals. Then wait for...

Ethereal pop duo, Auguste have called for a synth-soaked call-to-arms for those defending themselves against personal space invaders. The talented gals have also released a stunning video to accompany the single which features contemporary dancers Jess Statton and Aiden Kane Munn in a sharp studio landscape turned...

The new single, Forced Entry has been getting a pretty positive reception since its release. Does this track give us an insight into what we can expect for the upcoming album? Cole: I don’t know, the album is kind of all over the place with lots of different genres and influences. There’s definitely Bryson’s...

Just across the Charles River from Harvard University is a D.I.Y. musical mecca home to some of Boston’s gutsiest fledgling bands. One such band keeping the area noisy is Massachusetts trio Black Beach. Floating in the realm between 60s garage and scuzzy grunge, Black Beach are quickly making a name for themselves in...

After working with most of the country’s leaders in Rock and Punk-rock, socially conscientious blue-collar folk punk-rockers, The Go Set, have broken away and are doing it DIY old school. Having recorded and produced the latest record straight out of an old surf club in their home state of Victoria, they are hitting...

Melbourne three piece Tinpan Orange are just about to release their fifth full length album Love Is A Dog. We caught up with Emily to talk about the making of the album and where the group draws their influence from. With Love Is A Dog (which raven reviewed) set for release on the 8th of this month. Tinpan Orange is...

An epic detour of neon flavoured noise grows to entangle your dissolving brain. Savagely mutant energies bubble through the air. Your body is out of reach, turning itself into a sponge as your mind floats towards another dimension. A few minutes ago, you decided to throw on High Visceral {part 1}, Psychedelic Porn...

While I Hate Your Band may be the answer to a common source of angst, this latest single from raucous Melbourne rockers The Naysayers definitely doesn’t apply to its creators. This two-minute surf punk assault sees The Naysayers on the offence, capturing the shared experience of being pissed off by music mediocrity....

Well it is official, RÜFÜS have created another album – Bloom, that sees the Sydney three piece gain more praise and recognition for a style of music they can claim as their own. The guys are set to embark on a tour that covers Europe, America and Australia along the way they’ll be playing festivals such as Coachella,...