Singer-songwriter Grant-Lee Phillips plays two songs off his latest album Widdershins, and chats to Rod Yates about the themes of the record, his memories of touring Australia with REM in the ’90s, and why he abandoned a career as a magician.

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William Crighton plays two songs off his latest album ‘Empire’ and chats to Rod Yates about the LP, the role animals played in its creation and how songs come to him in dreams.

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Sydney five-piece The Lulu Raes celebrate the release of their debut album ‘LULU’ by performing a beautiful version of ‘Captain Navy’ and joining Danielle McGrane for a chat about ripping off Silverchair, making the LP and how they came to exist.

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Canadian singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot was in Australia recently, and stopped by The Right Note to perform and chat to Bernard Zuel about her latest album ‘New Mistakes’, guitar shredding, and Canadians swearing.

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Australian-born, Nashville-based Ruby Boots plays the title track of her new album, Don’t Talk About It.  

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Shane Nicholson talks to Bernard Zuel about his incredible new album Love And Blood and reveals why isolation fuels his creativity and the reasons producing has become such an important part of his life.  

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Gang Of Youths frontman Dave Le’aupepe covers Joni Mitchell’s A Case Of You before sitting down for an incredible post ARIA Awards interview with Rolling Stone Australia Editor Rod Yates. 

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Bernard Zuel sits down with Marlon Williams and discovers the influences, which helped shape the sound on Marlon’s incredible new album, Make Way For Love.  

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Marlon Williams plays ‘Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore’ off his upcoming album Make Way For Love on The Right Note.

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Ruby Boots dials in a stripped back version of her killer new track “It’s So Cruel” live on The Right Note.

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