Parry is a dedicated member of Sydney’s music scene, dedicated to providing a platform and voice for artists that have often been left out of traditional Australian music narratives. He’s the current Editor of music website Purple Sneakers, one of Australia’s only dedicated platforms for dance music, hip hop and R&B.
He also founded interview podcast Parry Talks, which aims at telling the stories of emerging artists in an in-depth, long-form format. The podcast has since expanded into a charity focussed record label.
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In the middle of their Australian tour, we speak to Turnstile about the creative ethos of the band, translating across different audiences, creativity and its relationship with a heavy touring schedule and their rapid live show.
"We’ve seen enough media horror to last us a lifetime. We’ve lived through a fucking pandemic. Everything is very crazy and in your face. We are stuck in this crazy capitalist hellscape."
There was not a single dry eye in the house.
"I will just wish the majority of the boys all the best. I'm sorry if you have tickets to tonight's show."
How long could you listen 'Killing In The Name' to the track on repeat?
"Sydney is the ideal city to serve as a home for the cross-collaboration that exists within the many industries we bring together.”
The artist arrived at the hospital on Tuesday for an unknown health issue alongside his new wife Kourtney Kardashian.
The show is open to all ages, which includes underage punters and even four-legged friends.