Hayden Davies

I don't do much except listen to music, binge-watch American television and get drunk. Oh, and I was called the "most humourless hipster in Australia" by a major newspaper, so that's something.

Charles Douglas

Writer, musician, student. Enthusiast of sweet drum grooves, endless winter drizzle, exotic robe fantasy and cosmic disco weekends.

Alex Paioff

Founder of Pilerats and Made In The Pile. I copied the entire Al Pacino speech from Any Given Sunday in here as inspiration but it's far too long for this limited space.

Fraser Johnson

Head of Pilerats' creative arm Made In The Pile, Fraser also shares an uncanny resemblance to the fuzzy forest creature you know as a wombat.

Liam Oz

I mow everyones lawn and go shopping. And make videos sometimes.

Tay Kaka

I like my toast buttered the instant it pops. I can only eat one weetbix at a time otherwise it gets too soggy. I do pretty impressive skids. And I make videos.

Troy Mutton

The editor for Pilerats.com and Pilerats DJ whenever someone turns their back on the decks for more the a minute. Never answers the phone.

Taylor Stevens

Instagram lord at Made In The Pile.


Liam Apter

19, writes about bands. Manages a hip hop group and works as a gardener on the side. Aspirations include having one job.

Pile Rats

A mysterious creature of the night, the Pile Rat is your best friend. It's also the name we throw on group effort blog posts featuring multiple members of the team <3

Guest Writer

Sometimes we get artists, creatives and other people outside of the core group to write words for us, because it's important to cast your net far and wide. These are those people.

Pile News

The Pilerats News Room machine, sometimes serious, sometimes silly, always stuff.

Harrison Kefford

I write about music and Tweet a lot. Also 1/4 members responsible for the “worst looking, yet somehow it went viral” fake Splendour In The Grass 2017 lineup poster.

Debbie Carr

Independent Australian music lover. Serial tweeter of talented local bands and reality TV. 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.

Emilie Carmona

A 19 year old probably pursuing of too many things. Some of these include music journalism, owning a property in Sydney, and setting one alarm to wake up in the morning. One of these is elusive.