Kevin Mitchell’s solo project Bob Evans has been an Australian staple for over decade now, and since the beginning of his suburban trilogy journey, he’s gone from shaggy-haired rocker with Jebediah to a revered solo performer. And now, on the verge of releasing his most ambitious album yet in Familiar Stranger, Bob Evans is arguably as relevant as he’s ever been.
On the verge of releasing their fourth record March Fires (conveniently in March), Birds Of Tokyo drummer Adam Weston stopped by the WOF HQ to talk all things birds and music – well, mostly music actually – with music editor Chris Wood, despite being groggy and weary-eyed from an early morning TV performance. On the [...]
WATCH OUT FOR | MUSIC caught up with P & T frontman Rudie Dodd ahead of their gig at the John Curtain Hotel to talk all things indie rock, live music and cheese…
While it’s true that we here at watchoutfor.com.au might be a tad biased when it comes to Melbourne acts, there’s no denying the talent (level-headedness I might add) of The Fearless Vampire Killers, who amongst other things, have taken town pride to a whole new level in naming their last album Batmania (which some of [...]
With the launch of his new label, The Noise Company, Texan alt-rocker Ben Kweller is better placed than ever to deliver his unabashed guitar-driven melodies to a world that so desperately needs re-education on how the most primal elements of songwriting and performance are often the most effective – check Australian tour dates here. But a new record label isn’t the [...]
Their big fans of our country, so it’s no surpise that South African rockers Seether had nothing but excitement when given the opportunity to bring the alternative metal stylings to our shores. Prior to thier voyage, I spoke to bassist, Dale Stewart about everything from their new album to the love/hate relationship with living on the road – he even managed to sneak in some cheeky touring stories and the ultimate collaboration.
Now on tour in Australia for 2011′s Suck It And See, I’m talking to bassist Nick O’Malley about the current tour and how the lads are fairing after the worldwide success of their latest material.
So to celebrate the release of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, here is a good dose of Noel Gallagher doing what he does best… talking.
Call him Kev, call him Bob Evans (like I accidentally did), call him whatever you like! The undeniable truth about Jebediah frontman Kevin Mitchell, is that no matter whether he’s performing as the vivacious Jebediah frontman or the sublime Mr. Evans – he knows how to keep up appearances.
But before Ash set out on this whirlwind tour, watchoutfor.com.au managed to have a sit-down with this iconic and mild-mannered blues and roots extraordinaire to discuss life on the road playing, the blues and chasing the elusive wave.
I was given the opportunity to have a chat with Chris Dangerous from The Hives. What resulted from the interview? Well, there was a bit of a language barrier – some word slurring, some regular question-repeating, and a whole lot of giggling from both ends.
Set to take the stage in a few weeks at this year’s Splendour In The Grass [check out who's playing here] and only a couple of months away from having their debut LP, Moonfire, released, it’s safe to say that Boy and Bear have come a fair way since their beginnings of being a Triple [...]