In Sydney this week to promote his new album, Neon Future III, Steve Aoki sat down with host Neil Griffiths to talk about collaborations on the LP including blink-182, BTS and Bill Nye, and what he has up his sleeve for future works. The US producer also discusses his fascination with technology, science and the idea […]


Watch the incredible Bennett Bowtell & Urquhart play ‘Softer Eyes’ live on Live On The Lot and show us why they just received 3 x Country Music Association of Australia Golden Guitar Nominations for their cracking new album Weeds.


Montgomery Church play a hauntingly beautiful live version of Your Troubled Mind on The Right Note. 


Melanie Dyer sits down with alt-country sensation Andrew Swift to talk about playing in punk rock bands, how he transitioned into country and the making of his sensational new album Call Out for the Cavalry.


Melanie Dyer sits down to get the inside scoop on how a once off gig for Kevin Bennett, Lyn Bowtell and Felicity Urquhart turned into Bennett Bowtell and Urquhart, how they navigate the trials and tribulations of sharing their Golden Guitars and why it was so important for their new album ‘Weeds’ to have an […]


Cielle Montgomery and James Church – aka country duo Montgomery Church – play Your Troubled Mind and talk to Rod Yates about recording their album in a barn in only three days, playing Nashville’s famous Bluebird Cafe and touring Australia in a retro vintage caravan called Bessie.


Gaz Coombes performs ‘Deep Pockets’ and talks to Rod Yates about recording his World’s Strongest Man album at home, why making a new record can be a fraught process, and how the album is influenced by issues such as mental health and masculinity.


Brisbane’s Last Dinosaurs play “Dominos” off their new album ‘Yumeno Garden’, and talk to Rod Yates about writing the record in a small town in Japan, how the isolation of that setting influenced the LP, the personal hardships that informed the album’s lyrics and much more.


Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart dial in a stripped back version of ‘Love Or Money’ of their brilliant new album Weeds on Live On The Lot. 


Michael Shuman from Mini Mansions (and Queens Of The Stone Age) sits down with Rod Yates to talk about the heartbreak that inspired the Midnight In Tokyo, how the band almost called it quits while making the EP, and how he first started playing music and got into punk rock.