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Maxïmo Park Interview

Maxïmo Park are one of the stalwarts of British rock music with their fourth album, ‘The National Health’, having been released earlier this year. I had a chat with lead singer Paul Smith ahead of the band’s upcoming trip to Australia.

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Last Dinosaurs Interview

Last year was a decent one for Brisbane band Last Dinosaurs. They recorded their debut album, played with some huge international bands, watched their songs accrue over a million views on Youtube, and toured a little bit as well. With the aforementioned debut album, ‘In A Million Years’, due for release within a month and a UK tour ahead, 2012 is poised pretty damn nicely for them as well. I had a chat with lead singer Sean Caskey ahead of the album launch tour, but mostly we just ended up talking about the past and the future.

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Bluejuice Interview

I had a chat to Jamie from Bluejuice following the release of their third studio album ‘Company’ and in the lead up to yet another ‘Sizzling’ tour from the guys as well as their appearance at the Big Day Out festivals.

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Step-Panther Interview

Here’s a quick chat I had with Jose, bassist and vocalist from Sydney up-and-comers Step-Panther. Their self-titled debut album is out November 4th on Speak N Spell through Inertia.

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Cloud Control Interview

I recently had a chat with Heidi from Australian expat band Cloud Control, who has been announced as one of the ambassadors for the prestigious Australian Music Prize for 2011. We talked about the prize itself, setting fire to Arcade Fire’s stage, chatting with Win Butler, Cloud Control’s relocation to the UK, Tame Impala’s A-list celebrity fanbase, plans for a new Cloud Control album, and of course that legendary Splendour stampede.

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Big Scary ‘Gladiator’

Big Scary have unveiled the second single from their upcoming debut album (in the traditional sense of the word), ‘Gladiator’. It shows off the more raw side of the band that fans will recognise from their early demos. Here it is.

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