On the new episode of The Right Note, The McClymonts perform ‘I Got This’ and ‘Free Fall’ from their latest album, Mayhem To Madness, before chatting to Bernard Zuel about making the LP, keeping their identity intact, gender roles and finding the balance between family life and rock’n’roll life.
Shane Nicholson sits down with Melanie Dyer to talk his new single “The High Price of Surviving”, including how he wrote it at a writers retreat, what he had to do to convince the label to release it before his next album and the profound impact the death of his close friend Glen Hannah had […]
Andy Golledge plays “When Your Mind’s Away” and “I Wanna Love Someone” and chats to Bernard Zuel about the importance of talking about mental health, the power of a sad song, why he loves Gillian Welch and Joni Mitchell and more.
Little Quirks play ‘Devil’s Ivy’ and ‘Life Wouldn’t Be’ and chat with Rod Yates about how they formed, what it was like working with producer Wayne Connolly, and how it’s possible to write a song while driving to work.
Tracy McNeil and Dan Parsons perform ‘Catch You’ and ‘Midnight Hurricane’, before Tracy sits down with Bernard Zuel to discuss the massive changes she’s made to her life and the themes behind her new album, You Be The Lightning.
Oscar Jerome plays stripped-back versions of ‘2 Sides’ and ‘Lizard Street’ before talking to Danielle McGrane about learning guitar at the age of 8, how George Benson influenced his playing, and how he deals with toxic masculinity.
Hayley Marsten plays a stripped back version of her big hit from 2020, Wendy.
Bec Sandridge performs ‘Animal’ and ‘Eyes Wide’ before talking to Rod Yates about writing her first true love song, exploring her bonkers bits, why she loves the contrast between dark lyrics and poppy music, and what it was like working with Oscar Dawson and Gab Strum on her album Try + Save Me.
Michael Waugh plays ‘Born Here’ off his 2020 Golden Guitar nominated album The Weir.