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Terrible Truths: “We’re passionate about equality, between genders, different sexualities, all people.”

I adore this band! Dual vocals with unique interplay, bouncy bass grooves, reverb drenched guitar and syncopated drumbeats that make you want to move and smile, make Terrible Truths a band that can give you relief […]

Feb, 04

Lucy & Gwennie of Dog Party on new record, ‘Til You’re Mine

Californian punk rock duo, Dog Party, rule! I first found their fuzzed out, catchy, melody laden tunes five years ago and just had to find out more about them, so I interviewed them (read it […]

Sep, 01

The Courtneys: Your New Favourite Band

Vancouver, Canada slacker pop band, The Courtneys are hitting our shores for their first Australian tour. I love their fuzzy, jangly jams and lyrics about pop culture. The Courtneys are so freakin’ neat, I’m excited […]

Feb, 16

Noise-Pop-Punk From Italy, She Said Destroy! On: Gummy Ruins, Riot Grrrl & Brody Dalle.

I’m officially declaring it She Said Destroy! day here at conversationswithbianca.com!! Today the lo-fi noise-pop punk duo from Italy (whose music I’ve developed the biggest crush on) release their new EP, Gummy Ruins. Yay! When […]

Jun, 14

The Amazing Suzy X: “I want my audience to deal with my anger, my discomfort and my insecurity.”

Suzy X is the frontwoman for kick ass Brooklyn-based punk rock witchcore band, Shady Hawkins (they recently released a cassette on Sister Polygon/Dischord Records). She’s also a fellow Rookie, illustrator, zine maker, blogger, Bitch Media […]

Dec, 16

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

A Chat with Rolling Stone Australia Editor-in-chief Matt Coyte

Since I was a teen, I’ve loved reading Rolling Stone magazine. I love the in-depth and often definitive interviews with musicians (especially Anthony Bozza’s work) that explore and offer an insight into the artists’ lives, technique and […]

Oct, 19

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