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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

Author Jessica Dainese: “There was no book talking about the women in the history of Italian punk or rock music. Like they never existed…I decided to write one.”

Italian writer, author, journalist and zine maker Jessica Dainese got in touch with me recently and we instantly hit it off and have been corresponding ever since. We’ve been bonding over our mutual love of […]

Sep, 19

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