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triple j Music Director Richard Kingsmill presents the latest music releases and interviews with artists that matter every Sunday from 6pm. Subscribe to the podcast and get all the best bits delivered straight to you.
 
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Since 2011, Oscar Dawson and Tim Carroll have been the force behind Holy Holy. Known for some great guitar records, on their latest and third album My Own Pool Of Light, they relied less on that instrument in the writing of it. They speak here to Richard Kingsmill about why they did that, and the results that came from the new approach.…
 
The US artist has delivered on the viral success of the past couple of years with an impressive debut album. In her only Australian interview for the release of Immunity, Clairo opens up to Richard Kingsmill about the difficult teenage years she encountered, her outlook now, and what it was like working with Rostam and Danielle Haim in the studio.…
 
For three years, local producer Tom Purcell was one of the brightest new talents on the scene. After 2016, however, he went very quiet. Anxiety struck, and he disappeared from the scene. With two new singles marking his return, Richard Kingsmill spoke to Purcell about the feelings he endured and how he overcame them.…
 
Richard speaks to Zan, Bridget, Hau and others across the triple j family to find out the standout releases of the past month. Spoiler alert: Delacey, Freddie Gibbs, and Northeast Party House rate a mention.
 
Richard Kingsmill and the rest of the triple j team compare notes on which acts came out on top at this year’s festival. Richard would like it to be known he walked 35kms across the weekend, watched 59 acts, and wore out his beloved festival boots.
 
Sam Hales from the Brisbane group joins Richard Kingsmill to talk about their first new music since the Quiet Ferocity album stormed the Hottest 100 in 2017. He also pinpoints three releases from this year he's been loving from other artists.
 
Richard invites the crew back to compare notes on their standout releases of June. Spoiler alert: Joji, Hatchie and Hobo Johnson are amongst the acts mentioned.
 
Sydney’s Hayden James has been promising a debut album for a while now, but the wait is over. Between Us comes six years on from his first single, and after making the Hottest 100 with four of his subsequent songs. Find out more about the long road behind this album, who he’s worked with, and what lies ahead as Hayden speaks with Richard Kingsmill.…
 
The London based duo Alex Burnett and Anita Blay have come to the world of dance from opposite directions. Alex led indie group Sparkadia for years, before moving to London to write and produce for the likes of Alison Wonderland, George Maple, Hayden James, Thelma Plum, Mansionair & Elderbrook. Anita also writes for others, and has had various ...…
 
Richard gets some of the triple j family to pick their standout release of the last month. Spoiler alert: Tyler, the Creator, The Gooch Palms, Kita Alexander, and Injury Reserve are some of the acts featured.
 
The London producer has released a stack of songs since 2015 featuring the likes of AlunaGeorge, Col3trane, TEED, Gallant, and recently Clairo and Ruel. As he gets set to release the final part of his debut album, SG Lewis speaks with Richard Kingsmill about starting out at Paul McCartney’s Institute in Liverpool, and finding his own voice thro ...…
 
After working behind the scenes with some big names, the Los Angeles' songwriter/producer has emerged over the last year as an artist in his own right. Hear AUGUST 08 speaking to Richard Kingsmill about scoring it big with a DJ Khaled hit, being a part of the 88rising collective, and finding his own voice on his latest singles "Blood On My Hand ...…
 
The Melbourne band are hitting the road this week for their latest album We Are A Team.
 
Billie Eilish's rise and success has had a lot to do with the chemistry between her and her elder brother Finneas O'Connell. As her producer and songwriting partner, the two have generated three years of releases that have seen her become one of the biggest names in music. As FINNEAS, he has also been releasing his own music for the same length ...…
 
Richard asks some of the triple j team to pick their one big release of the past month. Spoiler alert: PUP, beabadoobee, Stevan, Kevin Abstract are some of the acts featured.
 
The 22yo norhtern Irish talent has written her second album based around a ficticious city. Hear SOAK speaking with Richard Kingsmill about Grim Town, how she used this songwriting concept to deal with her own mental health, and why she started writing songs in the first place as a 13yo.
 
With already two big singles this year featuring Mallrat and Erthlings, the Sydney producer Basenji joined Richard Kingsmill to talk more about his latest work, how he's developed across the past five years, and where he's heading over the rest of 2019.
 
The Toronto band PUP continue to celebrate the morbid, mundane and mentally challenging parts of modern life on their 3rd album. Full of self-deprecating humour, as well as killer punk rock choruses, Morbid Stuff hears the same four guys back together for what they reckon is their favourite LP so far. Richard Kingsmill speaks to singer Stefan B ...…
 
With the release of her new single 'Peace', Alison Wonderland speaks to Richard Kingsmill from her home in Los Angeles. Scoring the front cover of Billboard Magazine for their annual Top 100 Dance list, to selling out the iconic Red Rocks venue in just five minutes, the Sydney producer is enjoying a whole new level of success in the States.…
 
Richard asks some of the triple j family what their favourite new releases were of the past month. Spoiler alert: Billie Eilish, Dave and Foals are among the acts highlighted.
 
The 23yo Londoner is earning widespread acclaim for her debut album Miss Universe. Richard Kingsmill speaks to Nilufer Yanya about her artistic family, being influenced by Pixies and Jeff Buckley, and how she likes to bounce around different styles with her music.
 
The Canberra artist Genesis Owusu has been working in Los Angeles with Anderson .PAAK's band lately. Richard Kingsmill got him in to talk about how he hooked up with them, and where he's coming from musically given the diverse styles he covers on his two new singles.
 
Less than two years on from her first single, Fremantle's Stella Donnelly now delivers Beware Of The Dogs - her outstanding debut album. Stella speaks here to Richard Kingsmill about her background, growing up on the sounds of Billy Bragg, and the power to speak her mind and ignore the trolls.
 
The 28yo Atlantan rapper JID has earnt widespread acclaim for his latest album DiCaprio 2. Denzel Curry, J. Cole, and the late Mac Miller are just some of the fans he's already won along the way. Richard Kingsmill speaks to him about his upbringing, his teenage dreams of being a sporting hero, and how he always records sitting down.…
 
Richard gets some of the triple j, Double J and Unearthed heads together to talk about their favourite new releases of the past month. Spoiler alert: Diplo, Alex Lahey, and La Dispute are just some of the acts highlighted.
 
With the release of their debut album Don't Let Go, Dear Seattle's singer Brae Fisher talks to Richard Kingsmill about his honest approach to songwriting, the band's evolution from their hardcore beginnings, and how the passing of his father when he was a 7yo inspired the final song on the album.
 
The Sydney singer has reached nearly 2 million streams with her first two singles alone, and with her debut EP out, she spoke to Richard Kingsmill about her influences, working with producer Dave Hammer (Thundamentals/Lime Cordiale/Baker Boy), and relocating to London this year.
 
Two years on from the success of their single 'Ubu', Perth's Methyl Ethel are back with their third album. Entirely written and recorded by frontman Jake Webb, Richard Kingsmill spoke with him about his songwriting strategies, the significance of the album's title Triage, and how his approach to music in the future might change.…
 
With their 6th album amo, Bring Me The Horizon have delivered their most diverse and controversial album. Extending their sound like never before, singer Oli Sykes speaks to Richard Kingsmill about the band's shift in direction, the reactions to the album so far, working with the likes of Grimes, and how his divorce and re-marriage has influenc ...…
 
Richard reflects on the results of the Hottest 100 with some of the triple j team, exploring some of the trends, successes and misses of 2018.
 
Richard's annual album poll once again drew thousands of votes from triple j listeners. Find out what made the Top 10, hear the artists themselves talking about those records, plus the fans share why they fell in love with them so much.
 
Richard gets some of the triple j team in to discuss the best albums of the year. Declan Byrne, Linda Marigliano, Al Newstead, Veronica Milsom, Josh Merriel and Bridget Hustwaite talk about their standouts of 2018.
 
Zane Lowe is one of the premier tastemakers on the international music scene. After leaving the BBC in 2015, Lowe became the face of Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station. He's been in Australia the last couple of Novembers doing his radio shows to coincide with the ARIA's. So Richard caught up with him again to talk about some of his new finds a ...…
 
From listening to her dad's jazz collection as a kid, to performing in restaurants and on TV singing shows in her teens, Grace Pitts (aka GRAACE) is now enjoying her first big hit. She speaks to Richard Kingsmill about her journey so far, her love of Joni Mitchell, collaborating with Hayden James, and why she's called her debut EP Self Sabotage.…
 
In 2016, the English band suffered the tragic loss of their guitarist and principal songwriter Tom Searle to cancer. Two years on, with the release of their 8th album Holy Hell, Dan Searle (Tom's twin brother and drummer in the group) and singer Sam Carter speak to Richard Kingsmill about how they coped after Tom's death, why they continued on ...…
 
The Wollongong bred/Melbourne based singer-songwriter has made his mark the last year with two impressive singles. With a father in the music business, Tyne-James started out doing covers on You Tube. He connected with an online fanbase quickly, as well as some prominent names on the music scene here. He talks with Richard about his life so far ...…
 
After his breakout hit 'Brother', Matt Corby kept his fans waiting years for a debut album. When he found out he was to become a father, Matt knew he had to get to work a bit quicker to get a second album done. Hear Matt tell Richard Kingsmill about the more relaxed process this time round, how he plays and sings everything himself, his key inf ...…
 
Originally from Papua New Guinea, Kaiit has made her mark on the Melbourne music scene pretty quickly. Her debut single last year has now well over a million streams, and her latest track from a debut EP has built on that even more. She talks to Richard Kingsmill about her musical upbringing, how she came through the Melbourne scene, and how ev ...…
 
For the writing and recording of their 3rd album, RUFUS DU SOL moved to Los Angeles. Setting up a home studio in Venice Beach, they found new collaborators and an inspiring Californian landscape around them. Jon, Tyrone and James speak here to Richard Kingsmill about the process behind Solace, why they opted for nine songs on the album, and if ...…
 
Four albums and a decade into their career, Canberra band Hands Like Houses have achieved considerable success without a lot of fanfare. Dozens of world tours, building huge streaming figures, the rock band join Richard Kingsmill to talk about why they headed overseas early on, and how it took ages for people at home to realise they were even A ...…
 
The Chicago rapper Noname speaks to Richard Kingsmill about her new album Room 25 - an album that's getting rave reviews for its lyrical honesty, humour, vulnerability, and soulful playing. She also talks about her friendship with Chance The Rapper, SABA, Vic Mensa, Smino, and how today's very active Chicago scene has evolved.…
 
Richard speaks to Lochlan Watt and Josh Merriel -- triple j's experts on metal and punk respectively -- to look at how these genres are ageing, but the changing influences within both as well. They talk about acts like Slayer, Scarlxrd, Ghostemane, The Offspring, Judas Priest, Bring Me The Horizon, The Amity Affliction, Good Cop Bad Cop, Ghost, ...…
 
After achieving a UK Gold album for their 2014 self-titled debut, Jungle have returned with For Ever. Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland are the two creative heads behind the London collective. Tom speaks to Richard Kingsmill about their friendship since the age of nine, and their varying influences over time. Find out also how California and ...…
 
In two years, the Melbourne multi-instrumentalist has conquered the world, all without an album. Will it only get bigger for the artist now there is one? Richard Kingsmill talked with Tash about the meteoric rise and the making of Flow State.
 
With the release of her debut album, the 24yo English talent LAUREL speaks to Richard Kingsmill about gigging at the age of 14, finding her voice, and the only cover she knows how to play.
 
The Melbourne producer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Running Touch appeared on the scene via Unearthed in 2015. A string of distinct singles has noticeably grown his fanbase since then. With his latest release 'My Hands', Richard Kingsmill spoke to him about anonymity, his hardcore background with Ocean Grove, and who influenc ...…
 
With the releases of her 2nd EP Here and Now, our 2016 Unearthed High winner Gretta Ray updates Richard Kingsmill about the writing and travelling she's been doing since winning the comp. She also talks about hanging out recently with one of her childhood heroes.
 
As they head off for five months of international touring, Richard Kingsmill speaks to Jack Froggatt and Lachlan Bostock from the Sydney trio about their impressive string of singles, getting a nod at the Grammys, and how Mongolian music inspired them this year.
 
Richard Kingsmill spent 36 hours watching more than 50 acts at this year's Splendour In The Grass festival north of Byron Bay. He survived, so find out who he reckons also came out on top.
 
The Warrnambool singer/songwriter has had a rapid rise on the local scene across the last year. With his debut EP Measurements now out, an international booking deal recently signed, and 8 million plus Spotify streams reached, Didirri talks about his influences and outlook on writing with Richard Kingsmill.…
 
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