Rebecca and Megan Lovell – AKA Larkin Poe – perform ‘Preachin’ Blues’ before chatting with Bernard Zuel about being home-schooled, their love of the blues, what they think of being called ’The Allman Brothers’ little sisters’, and their incredible family history.

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Aretha Franklin passed away hours before American singer-songwriter Neko Case sat down to chat with Bernard Zuel, and in Part 1 of this extensive interview Bernard and Neko discuss the impact of Aretha, how Neko took control of her career, what she learned in art school, and the meanings behind some of the songs on […]

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Marlon Williams plays ‘Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore’ off his upcoming album Make Way For Love before talking to Bernard Zuel about how he came to create the record, which was entirely devoted to a particular sound and style.  

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Ruby Boots sits down with Bernard Zuel to discuss the making of her incredible second album, Don’t Talk About It, on The Right Note.  

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Join Bernard Zuel as he relives the day he bought his very first album, ‘Explosive Hits 75’.

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Bernard Zuel, Senior Music Writer at Fairfax Media, reveals his Top 5 albums from the first half of 2017.

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Sarah Blasko talks to Bernard Zuel about preparing for her upcoming solo tour and one upping Midnight Oil by kick starting it with a top secret, underground gig in Bernard’s lounge room.

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A first album in more than a decade under this name for the Dewaele brothers, Stephen and David, sees us primed but also a little wary given their last record’s electronica-meets-industrial rock blend seemed a decade out of date at the time. This time they’ve recorded it with same instrumental and personnel set up as […]

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SPOON ‘Hot Thoughts’ It may be a bit late to do this but if Spoon were Australians I’d be suggesting a name change to Splayd, or I guess, spork. Hot Thoughts, confirms them as the kind of all-in-one utensil which serves all your needs. There’s pop and art rock, funk and indie rock, on-point scenesters […]

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LAURA MARLING ‘Semper Femina’ So, Semper Femina, always woman? Well yes, but with a sting, for the words come from a longer, famous and more questionable phrase, which translates as woman is ever a fickle and changeable thing. Which is of course a phrase from a man’s gaze, defining by absence of understanding or imposition […]

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