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Mike Park: “7 Seconds paved the way for me to come up with a lot of ideas I have today—positive ideas through music!”

Happy Birthday Mike!!! Today is his birthday and I’m celebrating by pulling an interview I did with him over a decade ago out of my archives to share with you. Mike is also featured in […]

Nov, 11

Quicksand’s Tom Capone: “We were always just doing it from our hearts, never trying to make a quick buck.”

Tom Capone is one of my favourite guitarists! He’s played in some of the greatest New York hardcore and post-hardcore bands: Quicksand, Bold, Handsome, Shelter, Beyond… I interviewed him for my punk and spirituality project, […]

May, 23

Ecca Vandal on: Learning From Fugazi, Her Early Life in South Africa & Taking Inspiration From Skateboard Culture.

Ecca Vandal is one of the most exciting new artists I’ve found all year. Making her debut with the infectious jam, White Flag; her music combines elements, and the spirit of punk, hip hop, jazz, […]

Nov, 09

Unwritten Law’s Wade Youman: “Punk gave me meaning in my life.”

After working on my punk and spirituality project – Conversations With Punx – for a decade now, having engaged in over 80 deep meaningful conversations about creativity, community, love and life in general with people […]

Jun, 26

A Q&A with noon:30 – Can Music Be Revolutionary? “F*ck. Yes.”

I first discovered the amazing Brooklyn/D.C. band noon:30 – Blue (vocals + bass) and Aissa (noise + guitar) – when music critic and tastemaker Everett True wrote about them on Collapse Board. He praised the […]

Feb, 27

Galapogos Frontman Dan Newton’s Mission: “treating the audience as human beings, not as consumers…Triple J and music industry assholes have forgotten how to do that.”

I’ve been corresponding with Dan Newton – frontman of Brisbane band Galapogos and editor-in-chief of Heavy and Weird blog – for a month or so now. The dialogue has been refreshing and engaging. In this […]

Feb, 05

An In-depth Interview with Musician, Engineer, Venue Operator & All-round Awesome Dude Cameron Smith: “People offend me, music doesn’t.”

Earlier this year I went to my first show ever at Brisbane all-ages venue, The Waiting Room. I’ve been going to shows since I was around 14 years old and I have to say that […]

Oct, 24

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