Nick Buckley

Alex the Astronaut: “I wouldn’t want to be neurotypical. I get to see the world a little bit differently”

Alexandra Lynn talks to NME about how being diagnosed with autism opened up a new level of self-acceptance and informed her resonant second album ‘How To Grow A Sunflower Underwater’

Tasman Keith: “As much as these tragic things have hurt me, they’ve also built me into the person I am”

On his debut album ‘A Colour Undone’, the Bowraville rapper confronts the cost of ambition and the spectre of death. Friendship and community pull him through

Pond face the chaos on new album ‘9’: “The world’s getting real fucking scary”

A conversation with frontman Nick Allbrook about a sailing regatta, Victorian dinosaurs, Western Australian politics – and his band’s new album

Gretta Ray: “In those moments where things feel really painful and you feel lonely, you only have yourself”

The ‘Drive’ singer began writing her debut album ‘Begin To Look Around’ in 2019, when she was a different person. She tells NME how the record’s meaning has changed

Geoffrey O’Connor works through unreliable memories and solitude on his first solo album in seven years

The singer-songwriter talks working with Sui Zhen, June Jones, Sarah Mary Chadwick and more on his duets album ‘For As Long As I Can Remember’

Telenova – ‘Tranquilize’ review: a majestic debut from a band in its infancy

Melbourne trio offer rich, surreal vistas in their debut EP

Ryan Downey: “We’ve got to step out of the comfort of fear”

The Melbourne singer on how a telephone psychic and magic realism play into his bold, bombastic new album ‘A Ton Of Colours’

Sarah Mary Chadwick: “I always thought taking responsibility for things was just feeling bad about them”

The New Zealand musician closes a trilogy and exorcises a “massive clusterfuck of a year” on new album ‘Me & Ennui Are Friends, Baby’

Ex-Olympian – ‘Afterlife’ review: Melbourne groove-journeyman builds a fantastical neo-soul world

Liam McGorry (Eagle and the Worm, Saskwatch and Dorsal Fins) makes his solo debut

Mildlife: Möbius strip funk conjurers dream in the face of tech dystopia

The Melbourne band’s new album ‘Automatic’ should have marked a triumphant return to the world’s dancefloors. But in lockdown, its deeper messages have been reinforced
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