“Our goal was to create an all-time Australian classic,” says Luke Seymoup, Melbourne’s busiest man in Punk, as he returns with his second full-length Tales of Suburban Angst. “Something that will be mentioned in the same breath as Hourly, Daily, Vulture Street or Roll On.” Throughout the decades, thousands of songs and records have been […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #58 HERE Firstly, allow me to apologise for the delayed release of both DigiMags this week. I bit the bullet and had my second shot during the week, and it put me out of commission for a couple of days… The important thing is I am alive and back on […] …Continue Reading

VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #49 HERE It’s exciting to see the Australian rock and metal scene slowly come back to life. The amount of albums out and incoming means there are loads of interview opportunities as well, and this week rock outfit The Grand Union are our featured artist as the band joins us […] …Continue Reading

In 2021, Luke Seymoup and his band have returned in a big way, releasing two singles (Average and Friends Fall Apart) in quick succession and racking up thousands of Spotify plays in the process. Now they’re back to complete the trilogy with their anthem for the Halloween season, Knife. Knife embraces Seymoup’s signature indie-punk sound […] …Continue Reading