Brodie Lancaster

Julia Stone: “I’ve been amazed over the years how some people really don’t like finding out who I am”

Julia Stone is ready to be free. On her new solo record ‘Sixty Summers’, the singer-songwriter dials back the folk-pop to reveal the many different versions of herself

Hachiku: Dreamy alternative pop project of newly settled wanderer Anika Ostendorf

The songwriter-at-a-standstill tells NME about the musical upbringing and roaming life that led to debut album ‘I’ll Probably Be Asleep’

No ugly duckling: Jack Colwell paints his own mythical, turbulent transformation on ‘Swandream’

The Sydney singer-composer tells us about his debut album, which is gorgeous and grotesque in turn

Mallrat lifts the veil on her debut album: “We only want to make aspirational music”

Grace Shaw shot to fame with a song about her friends, family and beloved dog, Charlie. The artist better known as Mallrat Skypes us from self-quarantine to talk her debut album and coming into her own as a producer

“Find something to fight for and be hopeful about”: Cable Ties make music in dangerous times

The Melbourne trio talk about their second album ‘Far Enough’, a fiery take on an increasingly complex world