Debbie Carr

Independent Australian music lover. Willing to fight anyone who doesn’t think Gwen Stefani’s 2004 album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. is one of the greatest albums of all time.

Yours Truly, on the cathartic self-care of writing their debut album

On their debut album Self Care, Sydney punk-pop group Yours Truly look into themselves to find therapy through a trying time.

12 days ago

The graceful maturation of San Cisco: “We’re getting old.”

As they reach into their 30s, San Cisco are growing up, and their new record Between You and Me shows how to do it gracefully.

19 days ago

Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley is ready to break down his walls

On their third album Dreamland, Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley steps out from the shadows and brings us into his world.

2 months ago

Phoebe Bridgers, and the whimsical melancholy of Punisher

On her second solo album, Phoebe Bridgers navigates yearning through songs that feel plucked from a fantasy lullaby.

3 months ago

Striving for boldness (and avoiding boredom) with The 1975

On The 1975’s genre-fleeting new record Notes On A Conditional Form, the UK band attempts to make sense of the madness.

5 months ago

Soccer Mommy and the coloured catharsis of Color Theory

On her second album color theory, Soccer Mommy contrasts bright melodies with the gloomy darkness of her last few years.

7 months ago

With Race Car Blues, Slowly Slowly are reaching their true selves

On Race Car Blues, the band's third record, Slowly Slowly shift perspectives and chase something bigger (most of the time).

7 months ago

Inside Short Stack’s unexpected revival: "It’s a very strange feeling"

Before they reunite for the first time in four years this July, Shaun Diviney takes us into the world of Short Stack once again.

8 months ago

Accepting Flaws & Finding Therapy: Inside Montaigne's Complex

On her new album, Montaigne navigates the complexities of growing up - something she's done a lot of since Glorious Heights.

1 year ago

No Apologies: The feverish fierceness of WAAX

In the midst of a ruckus-inducing headline tour, we talk to Maz DeVita about WAAX's debut album, Big Grief.

1 year ago

Northlane's Marcus Bridge grew up in hell – now, he's on top

On their new album Alien, the Australian metalcore band's lead singer takes a step back into his rocky childhood.

1 year ago

Mark Ronson, club king and pop prince, talks Late Night Feelings

In a Melbourne hotel, we talk to Mark Ronson about the collaborations that define his heartbreakingly upbeat new album.

1 year ago

Love & War: How Thelma Plum found therapy in Better In Blak

After endless social media hate and racism, Better In Blak is a triumphant middle finger from one of Australia's best.

1 year ago

Carla Geneve is a Perth success story – imperfections and all

On her debut self-titled EP - out now - the long-time Perth favourite establishes her ground as a refreshingly raw songwriter.

1 year ago

Meet Alex Lahey's not-so-secret society, The Best Of Luck Club

Alex Lahey's second album, The Best Of Luck Club, arrives this week via Nicky Boy Records/Caroline Australia.

1 year ago

In 2019, Local Natives are reinventing themselves

The Californian indie-rock ensemble will be in the country for Splendour In The Grass and sideshows this July.

1 year ago

Happiness, Positivity & Vulnerability: The Blossoming of Ceres

On the band's third album We Are a Team, out now, Ceres turn to "melancholic positivity" –– and it works.

1 year ago

Bring Me The Horizon's Australian return is a showcase of their versatility

Taking over Qudos Bank Arena, Bring Me The Horizon remind us all why they're one of the world's best – and most versatile.

1 year ago

From Q Bar to Domestic La La: The definitive story of Dear Seattle

With a quickly-selling national tour in May/June, the Northern Beaches band get real on their debut album, Don't Let Go.

2 years ago

Fear, Feminism and Female Masturbation: A Conversation with Stella Donnelly

The Perth-raised, internationally-dominating musician shares her debut album, Beware of the Dogs, on March 8th.

2 years ago

Good Things takes us back to the heyday of Australian mega-festivals

Rising from the ashes of Soundwave and Big Day Out, Good Things was a celebration of community, kindness and nostalgia.

2 years ago

Dallas Green and the everlasting magic of City and Colour

Avoiding the over-polished feel of your standard live album, Guide Me Back Home is a natural and authentic look into one of music's best performers.

2 years ago

Inside the jungle paradise of Matt Corby's new album, Rainbow Valley

Fresh from the release of his second album, the beloved Australian musician will be touring around the country next year.

2 years ago

How loss and heartache led to Parkway Drive's greatest triumph

The Australian metalcore legends will be touring their latest record Reverence this October/November.

2 years ago

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