• Kim Benzie of Dead Letter Circus

    Kim Benzie of Dead Letter Circus

    “…we have cracked the code on how to really interact with each other and the complete dissolving of any individual egos within the band…” From Release: One of Australia’s most loved bands Dead Letter Circus have released their brand new single ‘The Real You’ into the world today. To coincide with the release, the band has also shared eagerly awaited […]

  • Kav Temperley

    Kav Temperley

    “I’d done a lot of collaborations with a lot of people, I’d done side projects and lots of things but I’d never sat down by myself in a room with an acoustic guitar and just written a record for myself.” From Release: Best known as the frontman of the Australian rock n roll luminaires, Eskimo Joe, acclaimed songwriter Kav Temperley is stepping out […]

  • Andrew McMahon of Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

    Andrew McMahon of Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

    “…I think there’s an ability to also dig a little bit deeper into the storytelling of these songs and communicate to the audience where I was coming from when I sat down at the piano and put them together.” From Release: Singer-songwriter Andrew McMahon returns to Australia this September performing songs from his critically acclaimed solo releases as well as favourites from Something […]

  • Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick

    Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick

    “…we aren’t the kind of band that can figure out what people really want to hear, like it’s just the luck of the draw and doing something that we would like to hear and that’s all we can do.” From Release: Since exploding onto the music scene in the mid-1970’s, they’ve been blending elements of pop, punk and even metal […]

  • Scott Ian

    Scott Ian

    “…I’ve been in a band for four decades I’ve done a lot, I’ve seen a lot, I’ve met a lot of people, I’ve done things, crazy things with a lot of the people I’ve met you know, if you know anything about my life and my time travelling the planet for the last thirty seven years then you know I […]

  • Gaz Coombes

    Gaz Coombes

    “…all the new songs are feeling great and they’re really connecting with the audience and it’s been really exciting, so I haven’t really felt the need to kind of remind people of what I’ve done before, this is what’s happening, this is what I’m doing and I hope you like it.” From Release: Gaz Coombes has announced a series of […]

  • Patty Walters of As It Is

    Patty Walters of As It Is

    “We wanted it to be in first person so it could still feel as personal as previous other releases, but it demanded a lot more I don’t know, just a different kind of appreciation of the much kind of broader world instead of an immediate world and for that it was really fulfilling and rewarding as an experience.” From Release: […]

  • Doro Pesch

    Doro Pesch

    “Sometimes we are making records and it is so stressful but this one it was just really, really pure joy and it was hard, the work is hard but in feeling it was always very, very positive and that might be a good sign, I’ve only had it one time in my life and that was with the ‘Triumph and […]

  • Arejay Hale of Halestorm

    Arejay Hale of Halestorm

    “…when we started this band we were just four huge dorks that cracked jokes and now here we are we’ve been a band for so long now and we’re still the same four dorks that we were *laughs* but I think the thing that’s changed though is it leaks through more in our live show, we don’t feel as inhibited […]

  • Conor Mason of Nothing But Thieves

    Conor Mason of Nothing But Thieves

    “It wasn’t so much about coming back so quick, we’ve just started out there and saw how well it was doing so for us it just made sense to come back it’s like we wanted to fit it in and not leave Australia out for a long time because it was so good the last time we were there so […]

  • Dez Fafara of DevilDriver

    Dez Fafara of DevilDriver

    “So I’ve always heard these songs heavy and outlaw country for me the lyrics, the stories are the most poignant on the planet, those guys are the Lemmy’s of their genre, they are the outlaws of their genre, and so it just made all the sense in the world to try to do something that has never really been done…” […]

  • Mark Williams of Dragon

    Mark Williams of Dragon

    “…you know when we started up again it must have been an eight to ten year break where Dragon were never heard and then we started playing, this was thirteen or fourteen years ago, then we started playing around and you can see the recognition and the look of surprise and everybody down in the audience going ‘oh my god […]

  • Björn Strid of The Night Flight Orchestra

    Björn Strid of The Night Flight Orchestra

    “So that’s really what inspired us to do that and it feels like we’re sort of alone in this genre, when you talk about AOR today it’s still something completely different we feel so I think we’re almost like classic rock pariahs in a way *laughs*.” From Release: It started out as a united vision in 2006, shared between the […]