INTERVIEWS


INTERVIEW // Creo: Jorjee on ‘Demon to Love’, Self Reflection and Sydney Culture

There’s a lot of trial and error, back and forth, and about 20 versions of the song before we got to the final version that we stuck with, whether it was the intertwining melodies that were too distracting or having to remove one or two things. It’s the trial and error that makes the process an arduous journey, but in the end a rewarding one.

INTERVIEW // SCABZ: Siobhan On: Saxophones, Politics and ‘Guess Who’

People who have seen us live will know that we like to crack jokes and have a fun time. There’s also a bit of political commentary, and I think that it’s the first time that we’ve tried to tap in and write songs with a bit more of an introspective look at how politics affects us opposed to how the world around us affects us, and how we all fit into the that world in a bit more depth.

INTERVIEW // Ben Gillies On: Breathe in Breathe Out, Growing Up In Newcastle, Silverchair and the Impact of Music

I went out to Byron Bay and we didn’t really have a plan. I said “hey look I’ve got this idea I think might have the magic juice”. I showed him and started singing the chorus line “just breathe” and that was it. He just turned around and said that’s it, that’s the one. We finished the song about two days. It’s really funny how some tracks that you can sit on for weeks on end, and some just come together so naturally.

Q&A with Oly Sherman

I felt like it put a huge dent in my momentum. However that quickly diminished, as I’ve written more music than I ever have.

INTERVIEW // Hattie Oates on her new track ‘High’

INTERVIEW BY TARA CAMPBELL We get some pretty lucky opportunities to chat with some of the best up-and-coming stars in the music industry, and young singer/ songwriter Hattie Oates is absolutely no exception. Her remarkable style and maturity is displayed in her newest release ‘High’ a dark, alternative pop track that encapsulates everything wonderful aboutContinue reading “INTERVIEW // Hattie Oates on her new track ‘High’”

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