“I’ve always described that most people’s lives are a still photograph, and mine is like a movie.”
2018 has been a big year, so here’s a catch-up on some solid releases that we’ve missed so far!
A look back on Linkin Park’s harshly-recieved ‘One More Light’, a year on since Chester Bennington left us.
“I started this whole thing to just give back and to contribute something.”
A decade later, ‘Controller’ isn’t just the very best Misery Signals record, it’s one of the best metalcore albums p...
Here’s to what From Autumn To Ashes could have been.
Siri has some interesting thoughts on the best records & songs from our nation’s musical exports.
“This will make me sound like a massive dickhead but I’m my own biggest fan. I listen to LTA more than any other music.”
“I’m incredibly lucky as a creator and I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world.”
“I think what draws me in most is their ability to take me to another place. I think that’s what draws me to artwork in general.R...
“Thinking like that, you start to get the courage of not really trying to be a part of something, not apart of anything, and just to d...
From Pianos Become The Teeth & Circa Waves to Every Time I Die & Lo!, here are the best music videos of 2017.
From ‘Take This To Your Grave’ right up to ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’.
The 20 best releases of 2017, as enjoyed and loved dearly by yours truly.
Parkway Drive’s mammoth sophomore album, ‘Horizons’, changed their career and the Australian heavy music landscape for the...
With Carpathian’s 2nd LP, ‘Isolation’, turning nine last month, we take an in-depth look back at one of Australian hardcor...
“Trust is created when your words and actions are the same things and Triple J have just shown that they’re legit, authentic and respec...
Sean Townsend takes his favourite metal songs and turns them into truly beautiful and soulful neoclassical piano renditions.
One of our favourite PR pals, Tim Price, talks his role as a publicist, working on the other side of the media curtain, how he started, his ...
“We don’t care who likes us or what we sing about. We just want the money when it comes down to it” – Skorched.
“At the end of the day, it all comes down to the band’s and their music.”
Man, these answers show exactly why I love this band.
Christopher Dicker opens up about his wonderful new solo piano record, ‘A Priori: Music For The Back Of Your Mind’.