Talking Music with 360, Part 6

Six speaks about an “exciting” song he’s got with Martian and why he never includes punchlines in his storytelling. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. During our discussion, we spoke about his early 2017 collaborations with Daniel Cooper, better known as Martian (formerly Mini Coop). As … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 6

Talking Music with 360, Part 5

360 speaks about the inspiration behind “Do You Have A Dollar (Coin Laundry)”, his unusual encounter with Lisa Mitchell, his avid support for veterans, and artistic expression’s double standard. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. During our discussion, Six shared how his 2010 remix of Lisa … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 5

Talking Music with 360, Part 4

360 speaks about his biggest influences, past and present. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. Inspired by a couplet from his Vintage Modern‘s opener “White Lies”, specifically, “I am L with a bit of Wayne, Drizzy/With a little Jay, a bit of Ma$e, Biggie, with a smidge … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 4

Talking Music with 360, Part 3

360 on new music, his work with PEZ as Forthwrite, and why the person he wants to collaborate with most is Hans Zimmer. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. Following the revelation that he’d finished a singing album, partly inspired by the musical relationship formed with Carl Dimataga, … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 3

Talking Music with 360, Part 2

360 on his previously unannounced upcoming album, Reel Music, and his chemistry with Carl Dimataga. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. During our extensive interview, Six spoke highly of many of his collaborators, peers, and inspirations. But the person that’s had most to do with his songwriting … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 2

Talking Music with 360, Part 1

360 on His Lyrical Evolution & Writing Process. Before his sold-out Newcastle show on Saturday the 1st of September, I interviewed Matt Colwell, better known as Melbourne recording artist, 360, or simply Six. During our extensive interview, Six revealed that the different writing style he developed during his brief hiatus (between Utopia and Please Be Seated 3) came about organically: I think that most of … Continue reading Talking Music with 360, Part 1

Concert Review: Joyride Does His Name Justice

Sydney’s One Day powerhouse shines during his hometown show. Upon entry, it’s clear that the Red Rattler Theatre isn’t your typical venue. Resembling a shoe-box, the quaint, cosy room is filled with a chorus of charismatic people, with an array of red velvet furnishings lining the walls. The man on the entry is bubbly and good-humoured as he goes from ink pad to ink pad to … Continue reading Concert Review: Joyride Does His Name Justice

Analysing Art: Lil Dicky’s “Jewish Flow”

This week LD is bringing his Jewish Flow down under. Dave Bird, best known as Lil Dicky, is preparing his sophomore album for a 2018 release. But before he drops that he’ll be returning down under this July for the first time since he studied at the University of Melbourne back in 2008, only this time he’s going to be playing to audiences of thousands. … Continue reading Analysing Art: Lil Dicky’s “Jewish Flow”

Premiere: Fresh Violet Reps “Northside” In New Video

This Burn City MC is, as her name suggests, fresh. Fresh Violet is a rapper/producer that stands out from the crowd that is Aussie hip-hop’s new-wave, with her exceptional technical abilities and quirky, fun-loving personality marrying together perfectly in the recording booth. These traits are evident in the new visuals for “Northside”—the latest single from her debut album, 50 Shades of Violet. Directed by Hoodwolf, the music video … Continue reading Premiere: Fresh Violet Reps “Northside” In New Video