Submitted by David Simmons Arca, a third feat by Alejandro Ghersi, begins with a piercing drill of noise that burrows and adheres itself to you for the ablum's entire fourty-seven minute length. The drill transitions into bright, choral like synthesisers that screech at...
They’re verging on Australian institution. They’ve played Future Music, Stereosonic, and gigs all over the country. The destination for Die Antwoord? Sky-high success; the kind that a South African artist has rarely seen. The journey there however, appears murky. Upon attending their...
Cloves is that kind of multi-talented singer that makes you wish you’d at least tried out for your high school’s glee club auditions. Possessing a hauntingly beautiful voice, the young singer hails from Melbourne where she started off her music...
Sleep Pile caught up with Bad Pony front men Jarred and Sam to discuss the three-year transition from being “two dudes sitting in a dank basement recording indie pop tunes” to becoming a multi-award winning five-piece outfit. We talked...
When UK rapper Little Simz took the stage at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, this week, fans could hardly contain themselves. Decked out in sweatpants and a golden halo of light, the rapper broke into a humble grin that would...
We caught Kyary Pamyu Pamyu– aka Japan's biggest pop star– right before her music tour in Australia to discuss her fascination with the grotesque, the contrast of Japan and the west and what makes her nervous. Aka, we fangirled for...
With Trump leading the free world, lock out laws remaining and Shapes attempting to change their barbeque and pizza flavour recipe (only to revert to the original flavour M?x: after threats of a national strike by most...
A one of a kind waiting artist, South London local, Jamie T has been on and off the charts with his hip-hop/punk music ever since his debut album, Panic Prevention launched in 2007. Sleep Pile had the...
Sleep Pile was lucky enough to catch up with the Thundamentals band member, Tuka, to talk representations of females in the media, their stance on racism in Australia, and of course their upcoming album ‘Everyone We Know’. The recently released...

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