Mikey Cahill

Alice Skye is trying to get out of her own head

The Wergaia / Wemba Wemba woman and sought-after singer-songwriter talks working with producer Jen Cloher and singing in language for the first time on new album ‘I Feel Better But I Don’t Feel Good’

Maple Glider on her achingly potent debut album: “There aren’t many bangers on it, you have to sit there with your thoughts”

Singer-songwriter Tori Zietsch takes NME through the tumultuous origins of her first album ‘To Enjoy Is The Only Thing’

Hiatus Kaiyote: “Art isn’t perfect, it’s about the energy”

After Nai Palm’s cancer battle and amid a global pandemic, the genre-fluid mavericks from Melbourne return with a record that celebrates life

MAY-A: Singer-songwriter parlaying YouTube success into heart-on-sleeve indie pop confessionals

Every month in First On, we introduce a shit-hot artist you’d have no doubt seen opening the bill for your favourite act. Maya Cumming talks cultivating resilience in the face of online trolls and the life-changing relationship that inspired single ‘Apricots’ and her debut EP

KUČKA takes the spotlight with her deeply personal debut album ‘Wrestling’

After huge collaborations with the likes of Flume and A$AP Rocky, producer Laura Jane Lowther is making an uncompromising statement of her own

Skegss: “We’re stoked we live in Australia – we’re keen to grab the bull by the horns”

The Byron Bay trio’s new album may be titled ‘Rehearsal’, but as their raucous gig at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl showed, they’re more than ready for the big time

Prequel: Melbourne DJ/producer’s long-gestating debut is fuelled by heartbreak

Jamie Lorusso-Zyskind talks career highs, from Big Day Out to Golden Plains, and the stories behind his debut album ‘Love Or (I Heard You Like Heartbreak)’

Life gave Logic1000 lemons – so she made bangers

The Sydney-born, Berlin-based DJ and producer tells NME about her new EP, being co-signed by Four Tet and her struggles with mental health

Cash Savage: “It was just a privilege to be playing. I needed it for my mental health”

The leader of the The Last Drinks talks shaking off lockdown blues by playing fiery political songs to an empty room

Johnny Marr, Tricky, Jamie xx… The Avalanches talk nearly every guest artist on new album ‘We Will Always Love You’

Robbie Chater tells NME about the magical collaborations on their third album, out today
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