They Give Us Fever: an intimate chat with Seabellies frontman Trent Grenell

The Seabellies. Image: Warp Magazine The Seabellies washed up on the Aussie music scene in 2006. The Indie quintet from Newcastle have been riding the wave ever since with appearances at some of the nation's largest music festivals and headlining countless gigs. Their newest album Fever Belle is set to reach the shores of Tassie [...]

Bearing it All with Dave Hosking: Boy and Bear to hit Tassie

With sell out shows in Australia’s capital cities, Boy and Bear are heading to Hobart’s Wrest Point Showroom this November to rock Tassie fans with their Under a Southern Sun tour. Singer/ songwriter Dave Hosking overcomes a massive hangover to chat about his experiences with Boy and Bear. Boy and Bear broke onto the scene [...]

An Evening with the Mornings: from Pub Scene to Theatre

Hobart Indie-folk band the Mornings have spent endless nights pumping away to energised fans in pubs across the country. But this month, they'll be entertaining a different crowd when they bring their Ribbons Theatre Tour to the Playhouse. After spending the last six months on tour, lead guitarist and singer Sam Cole says the six-piece [...]

Learning to Exist

By Steph Eslake The Jungle Giants have stampeded onto the music scene with the release of their debut album Learn to Exist. The Melbourne based Indie-pop group have successfully captured and disseminated the hyper energy of youth through their new release. The four-piece band fronted by Sam Hales provides a welcome interruption from the popular craze [...]

Friendly Elephants

By Steph Eslake Friendly Elephants is the new instrumental studio release from Hobart artist Alan Gogoll. Evoking visions of serene Tasmanian landscapes, this Indie-acoustic album will have any Tasmanian daydreaming about a drive up the East Coast, or a frolic through the fresh fields of the island's country side. 'Under the Bugs' opens the album [...]

Morning with The Mornings

By Steph Eslake Serene and natural landscapes. A relaxing getaway with music and friends. An escape from the sounds and speed of the city, atop the picturesque Mount Wellington. This might sound like the ideal weekend away for those busy at work in Hobart town, but for Tassie band The Mornings, it was the perfect [...]