Music Interviews

SEVENTEEN talk ‘Your Choice’: “This album shows how we’ve grown and deepened our emotionality”

The self-producing idol group share what pushes them to continue growing as artists and tease “never-before-seen” unit teams in the future

The Lazy Eyes: Sydney psychedelic rock upstarts bringing the escapist jams

Every month in First On, we introduce a shit-hot artist you’d have no doubt seen opening the bill for your favourite act. The Lazy Eyes talk their Melody’s Echo Chamber-influenced ‘EP2’ and why they’re not afraid of the Tame Impala and King Gizzard comparisons

Sugababes share Blood Orange remix of ‘Same Old Story’ and talk fighting for independence

"As grown women, we don’t let people divide and conquer – we know exactly what we want," the pop icons tell us

Modest Mouse on their most hopeful album yet: “I found optimism – because I needed it”

The indie icons talk ‘The Golden Casket’, Johnny Marr and their Nirvana-style song with Krist Novoselic

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Marina

Marina discusses her fifth album 'Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land', the socio-political influences of her latest record and the past collaborations that didn't quite work out

Melbourne post-punk stalwarts Plaster of Paris: “My feminist fire is building the older I get”

Decades into their career, the trio are finally releasing their debut album, ‘Lost Familiar’. Zec Zechner talks to NME about gendered barriers in music, the band’s longevity and more

Dulcie release debut EP ‘Sake Of Sound’: “Who doesn’t want to learn more about what you love doing?”

The Perth four-piece on working with producer Joel Quartermain, how they hone their vocal melodies – and a possible punk pivot

Orlando Weeks talks ‘Big Skies, Silly Faces’: “I’m savouring and cultivating joyful things”

The former Maccabees frontman talks to NME about his second solo album, the joys of fatherhood, his busy schedule and thoughts on 'landfill indie'

Gang Of Youths on ‘The Angel Of 8th Ave.’: “It’s a reflection of love in a new city”

The returning Aussie rockers – now joined by Noah & The Whale's Tom Hobden – talk to NME about their four years away, new life in London and what to expect from their spacey and ambitious third album

OH MY GIRL on their growth: “We’ve told our story from various perspectives and situations”

It was a slow and steady climb for the K-pop girl group, but they are more than ready to dominate. The bubbly septet discuss how they’ve evolved since their debut
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