Taking over our playlists with lo-fi influences off his debut album, Hollow Ground, Max Clarke (a.k.a Cut Worms) took some time to talk with us via email a while back.
These boys put into words what we refuse to feel. Thanks for doing it again, Buddha Trixie.
Liquor melts into your heart, starbursts on your tongue. Waking up to restless minds drowned, in memories.
An electric acid trip, perfectly wrapped up with heartfelt lyrics, and recorded on a VHS camcorder.
A New York group of musicians, playing out their stories on strings, and putting words to feelings you never seem to describe.
An interview with bright and bubbly, Brisbane-born artist Mallrat.
We sat down with Sean Bohrman, founder of Burger Records – currently one of the most influential lables in independent music.
The sister duo, Dog Party, on psychic connection, dog obsessions, politics, and (of course) new music.
What would a moment sound like, translated into background bass lines and keyboard chords?
Aimee Gillingwater; young London skater taking the world by storm and giving the boys a run for their money.
It’s strange, the things you miss about someone. I always find myself reaching for little faded memories of whispered verses during a half asleep car-ride.
Cliches are great, regardless of what some patrician art student might tell you. Sincerely, an art student.