Felix sits down with Montaigne and discusses inspiration, process, touring and her most recent releases.
Alex Capper speaks to Fergus and Alex from Kingswood about ACDC, their new record and Thai food.
We chat to LA rock band Health and discuss finding the 'right sound', music producers and movie scores.
We sit down with the winners of triple j's Hottest 100 of 2015 and, despite some technical difficulties, manage to discuss New York City, Pusha T and growing up in their hometown of Menangle.
We went to Beyond The Valley to capture the party and speak with the talent.
We sit down with glam-rock outfit Mini Mansions and discuss everything from making music videos to The Wedding Singer and recent happenings in the NBA.
The Westside Watchman, a recent release from Melbourne filmmakers PLGRM, explores the life, work and mission of iconic Victorian social worker Les Twentyman.
We sit down with local folk artists Pierce Brothers and discuss weird busking moments, mental illness, Vance Joy, The Cat Empire and more.
We sit down with indie folk artists Boy & Bear to discuss their latest album 'Limit of Love', recording pressure and actual bears.
We sat down with the 'real' Flyying Colours and spoke about everything from live music vs. the studio, to gender equality in the music industry.
We sat down with Melbourne bluegrass band Mustered Courage and talked banjo homicide, 'Murica, being 'horngry' and writing lyrics.
Fats Gong & Al Cap are back with On a Bench to discuss their thoughts on the new Tame Impala record.
Your silver-tongued, bench-sittin' companions in musical analysis take a look at Kendrick Lamar's newest LP.