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Chenai - Beats Traveller

Chenai talks her favourite nuggets of London & what inspired her from her roots

Following the release of ‘If It’s Love’ earlier this year, Mark Knight follows up with another vocally charged anthem-in-the-making ‘Tonight’, which features the UK’s Chenai and US mainstay Mr. V.  We  had a socially-distanced-chinwag...

UK singer songwriter Alex Lleo discusses the international music scene and his new single...

UK artist Alex Lleo has been creating lush, soulful melodic music since childhood, touring and performing as a teen throughout the UK and Europe at the turn of the decade, then breaking onto the...

Benjamin Trillado talks queer representation in the media, idols in the industry and his...

Known for his heart-wrenching lyrics and unapologetic candour, Melbourne-based singer songwriter Benjamin Trillado combines the story-telling elements of folk with the gritty angst of indie-rock. Following the release of his successful debut single ‘Glue’...

Singer songwriter Paige Valentine talks the magic of WA artists, finding inspiration and her...

Releasing new music in 2020, a year that will go on record as being cursed for the music industry at large, Freo-based artist Paige Valentine has found herself swapping festival stages for live streams... a...

PBS Music Coordinator Firas Massouh curates his top tracks of 2020 for ‘You Can’t...

Melbourne’s PBS 106.7FM are in the final days of their annual Radio Festival, where they're seeking donations from listeners, asking them to dig deep and support the station that continues to support the best emerging,...

‘You Can’t Stop The Music’ – Radio presenter Elle Young celebrates PBS Radio Festival...

Melbourne's PBS 106.7FM are kicking off their annual Radio Festival today, asking listeners to put their money where their ears are and join up, renew or donate to keep the beloved community radio station...

Immigrant Union’s Brent DeBoer opens up on new single ‘Soldier Field’, how IU came...

Beloved Aussie outfit Immigrant Union have just dropped yet another blissful slice of psych-rock in their lofty new single ‘Soldier Field’ released last Friday. Dipping into the outfits’ renowned alt/folk/country tropes but with a...

Minibikes frontman Marcel Borrack chats Hall and Oats inspo, iso-hobbies and new track ‘I...

Melbourne-made, tropical Queensland dreamin’ four-piece Minibikes have been soundtracking Australia’s endless summer since the late naughties. Their debut album For Woods or Trail, threw tasty hooks left, right and centre, nestling into the hearts of listeners...

The Dandy Warhols’ Zia McCabe talks isolation and the band’s epic 4-hour LP

April was due to be the month beloved indie outfit The Dandy Warhols went back out on the road to play tour dates on the East Coast of the United States. Instead, like so many of...

Rya Park on her influences, mental health, growing up in Singapore and what’s next…

Hey Rya, loving your new track ‘Bad Name’! Can you tell us a little bit about this one? Hello! Thank you so much. This song is about an ex that was just a tad too...