2015 with Richard Kingsmill
2012 - Last Show05/29/12
Listen to the last 2012 show on-demand. The show remains online for one week after broadcast.
Five years on from their debut, Michael Shuman and Tyler Parkford from the LA trio talk to Richard Kingsmill about collaborating with Alex Turner and Brian Wilson on their followup.
East India Youth
Will Doyle is the Englishman behind East India Youth. After his Mercury Music Prize nominated debut, he's followed it up with a very different sounding album called Culture Of Volume. He spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the changes and his biggest...
Singer Wade MacNeil (formerly of Alexisonfire) joined the UK band in 2012. He talks with Richard Kingsmill about the shift in sound on the group's 4th album Desolation Sounds and the influence of bands like The Clash.
The 20 year old French producer talks to Richard Kingsmill about his debut album Adventure. They talk about the concept behind it, his annual 24 hour writing sessions and working with Passion Pit.
The Melbourne singer spoke to Richard Kingsmill on the eve of releasing her much anticipated debut album. They talked about her songwriting methods, influences and some of the stories she's told on the album.
Bassist Chester Hansen from the Toronto trio talks to Richard Kingsmill about their love of both jazz and hip hop and collaborating with Ghostface Killah on the Sound Soul album.
In his first triple j interview, the New Zealand producer/songwriter talks to Richard Kingsmill about his run of success working with Lorde, Broods, Daniel Johns, Elliphant and others.
Liam McGorry (Saskwatch/Eagle And The Worm) talks about his latest project and how it differs from his other groups.
The Adelaide band took 5 years to follow up their debut. Singer and guitarist Jesse told Richard Kingsmill about why 'Summer' took so long to make, as well as revealing some of the books and ideas that inspired the new songs.
Eves The Behaviour
The Queensland singer Hannah Karydas talks to Richard Kingsmill about her musical upbringing, her stage name and the sensory condition synthesia.
Nick Allbrook and Jay Watson take Richard Kingsmill through the making of their 6th album Man It Feels Like Space Again. Find out about the title, their 70s influences and why this record is their most focused.
In their first interview with triple j, singer Kieran Shudall talks about the Liverpool band's evolution, his previous bands and their lack of success, and the influence of The Beatles.
The English 5 piece are made up of siblings from just two families. Mixing hardcore, punk, rock and prog, singer Becca MacIntyre talks to Richard Kingsmill about their debut album and their evolution after forming at high school.
Patience and John from The Grates talk to Richard Kingsmill about their return to the music scene with album #4 Dream Team. They talk about independence, impending parenthood, lyrical inspirations and the spikier feel of this new album.
Rob Swire talks to Richard Kingsmill about the hurdles the duo faced making their debut album Abandon Ship. They also touched on some of the guests involved, the death of EDM, the future of Pendulum and how The Simpsons influenced one of the songs on...
Formerly of At The Drive-In and The Mars Volta, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala are together again in a new band called Antemasque. Omar spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the difference with this new band, his lifelong friendship with...
Lurch and Chief
Vocalists Hayden Somerville and Lili Hall from the Melbourne band spoke to Richard Kingsmill about favourite musical decades, debut albums and where they're heading with their music.
Singer Dom Ganderton from the Birmingham 4-piece told Richard Kingsmill about the band's history leading up to their debut album Don't Say That. He explained how they came up with their name too.
Alex Cameron and John Hassell from the Sydney trio speak to Richard Kingsmill about their third album titled The Worry. They talk about their increasing Australian sound and the prominent role vocals are now playing in their music.
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