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 perform ‘Could Have Been Me’ off their debut album, Everybody Wants.

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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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Tia Gostelow performs ‘Phone Me’ and ’Strangers’ from her debut album Thick Skin, and talks to Rod Yates about the impact growing up in a remote community had on her, what it was like playing in pubs at the age of 12, and the process of writing her new LP.

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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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John Willsteed and John Busby sit down to discuss the making of Halfway’s new album Rain Lover and reveal the prodigious impact the death of John Busby’s father had on the premise of the bands six studio album.  

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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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Tasmanian punkers Luca Brasi visited The Right Note the same day their latest record, Stay, was released. After performing two songs they talked to Rod Yates about why making albums is getting harder, how their goals have changed over the years, and why they feel on edge every time they go to make an LP.

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Victorian singer-songwriter Cat Canteri unleashes two powerful performances from her latest album ‘Inner North’, before talking to Bernard Zuel about the heartbreaking inspiration for the songs, and much more.

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Kaylens Rain dropped into the studio the other day and performed a stripped back version of their latest single, ‘Do You Wake Up’, on Live On The Lot.

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