Dear Seattle frontman Brae Fisher performs ‘Maybe’ and ‘Daytime TV’ off the band’s debut album, Don’t Let Go, before talking to Rod Yates about its creation, the ups and downs of being in a group, and the deeply personal events that inspired the song, ‘I Keep Dreaming’.

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British rockers The Struts chat to Rod Yates about their new album Young & Dangerous, collaborating with Kesha, supporting the Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters, and the obstacles they’ve faced trying to bring glam rock into the 21st century.

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Timothy James Bowen and Sam Buckingham sit down with Rod Yates to talk about the making of their latest EP ‘Stories From The Road’, how they came to work together and the inspiring true stories that inform their lyrics.

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Nashville’s Joshua Hedley performs and chats to Bernard Zuel about why heartbreak is better than happiness, how he made the transition from sideman to frontman and the role Australia played in the move, and why he’ll always drop whatever he’s doing to play at the Grand Ole Opry.

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Clayton Jacobson joins CJ Johnson to talk about the making of his amazing new feature film, Brother’s Nest, staring Shane Jacobson and Sarah Snook.

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In this feature episode of Watch This, CJ sits down with Jonathan Sequeira and talks about his incredible documentary, ‘Descent Into The Maelstrom’, which charts the career of one of the hardest playing bands to ever come out of Sydney: “Radio Birdman.”

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Laura Jane Grace from Against Me! sits down with Rolling Stone Australia editor Rod Yates on The Right Note and talks about her book, the band’s latest album, her standing as an advocate for LGBT rights and life under President Trump.

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Sarah Blasko plays ‘I’d Be Lost’ live and talks to Bernard Zuel about her upcoming solo tour, we review new releases by Bad//Dreems, Amy Shark and Joe Goddard, and we wonder if Kendrick Lamar knew U2 would be on his album, or if they just popped up in his iTunes.

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New albums by Father John Misty, The Smith Street Band and Karen Elson reviewed, Phil Jamieson comes in to perform a stripped-back Grinspoon classic and talk through their reunion tour, and we investigate the greasy link between fast food and music.

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Le Pie sits down with Danielle McGrane and reveals her personal story, which inspired the incredibly emotional track, “White Walls and Promises”, and how it took her a long time to be able to ‘go there’ and find the courage to write about the personal experiences, which have shaped her as a woman and an […]

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