Rolling Stone Australia editor, Rod Yates, reveals his Top 5 albums from the first half of 2017.

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Monte and Elliott from The Delta Riggs chill out on the couch with Rod Yates and talk about haircuts, documentaries, grocery shopping and the dangers musicians face using Japanese fans.  They also squeeze in a few words about living in LA, laying down their new track June Gloom , ‘old mate’ from Breaking Bad, hanging with […]

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NADIA REID ‘Preservation’ There are moments as a music fan where you have your breath taken away by what you’re hearing. Those occasions are rare, but that’s what makes them special. Hearing the opening line of Nadia Reid’s second album was, for me, one such moment. It’s wasn’t her words – although opening with the […]

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Margaret Glapsy shoots the breeze with Rod Yates from Rolling Stone Australia about her sell-out Australian tour, writing songs in her apartment, landing a record deal with ATO working at the coolest place in NYC – TR Crandall Guitars – and touring so much you don’t know where you are when your van breaks down.

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HOLY HOLY “Paint”  At some point after the release of Holy Holy’s 2015 debut ‘When the Storms Would Come’, a trusted confidante told guitarist Oscar Dawson that they’d made an album that really wasn’t in keeping with the times.  Rather than take that as a compliment, Dawson was horrified: Are we that daggy, he thought […]

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