Belinda Quinn

Pinch Points: “We’re angry because there are things in the world worth improving”

The Naarm/Melbourne post-punk outfit rage against the machines on their second album ‘Process’

Warwick Thornton talks new series ‘Firebite’, a vampire rock ’n’ roll romp inspired by chilling history

The acclaimed auteur on turning dark history into a badass series about Indigenous vampire hunters and its “obnoxiously awesome punk” score by members of The Drones and Dirty Three

The Last Martyr keep listeners on their toes with new EP ‘Purgatory’

Vocalist Monica Strut talks the Melbourne band’s cohesion concerns, “intangible” chemistry and why pop-punk isn’t for her

Ladyhawke: “I kept saying, ‘Am I going to die?’ and the doctors couldn’t say no”

The New Zealand dance pop artist talks her cancer battle, homophobia in the music industry and her new album ‘Time Flies’

Mess Esque – ‘Mess Esque’ review: a rich, meditative work from Dirty Three guitarist Mick Turner and Helen Franzmann

The duo’s second collaborative album offers thoughtful, restrained rhythms and experimental sounds

Five steps to making a good comedy, according to ‘Ride The Eagle’ director Trent O’Donnell

The Aussie director and producer from ‘The Chaser’s War On Everything’ and ‘New Girl’ shares tips and unpacks his first feature film starring Jake Johnson

How ‘Anonymous Club’, the intimate new documentary about Courtney Barnett, was made

Director Danny Cohen on the three years he spent making the film ahead of its premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival

Melbourne lo-fi indie duo Armlock share debut EP ‘Trust’: “Music is always there to scream into”

Simon Lam (of Kllo) and Hamish Mitchell, former bandmates in I’lls, unpack their new collaborative project for NME

‘Eden’ creator Vanessa Gazy tackles the Stan mystery series’ unanswered questions

The Australian writer-producer on cults, Hedwig and Scout, and trauma. Spoilers ahead!

Australia’s ‘Eurovision’ 2021 representative Montaigne: “Performance is a way to escape”

Ahead of the first semifinal of the long-delayed extravaganza, the maximalist musician talks vocal training and ‘Technicolour’, her entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest
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