Interviews -
The Soul Movers
The Soul Movers

For 2023, The Soul Movers catalogue increases to five with a new album 'Dumb Luck'.

August 26, 2023
Jim Moginie
Jim Moginie, Midnight Oil, The Break, The Colour Wheel

Post-Midnight Oil Jim Moginie is once again giving us The Colour Wheel, an eight guitar orchestra performed by Jim Moginie (Midnight Oil), Kent Steedman (Celibate Rifles), John Phillips (Not Drowning, Waving), Rosie Westbrook (Sean Kelly, Mick Harvey), Tim Kevin (Youth Group, Holly Throsby), Matt Steffen (Decoder Ring), Alex Young (Good Buddha) and Michael Trifunovic (Aqualash) in collaboration with Deb Hatton (lighting director).

August 24, 2023
JR Reyne Noise11
J.R. Reyne

It has been almost 20 years since J.R. Reyne released his first record and in 2023 has delivered the blues driven rock record ‘Driver’.

August 23, 2023
Alice Cooper 2023
Alice Cooper

In an all-new interview for 2023, Alice Cooper talks to Paul Cashmere of about the new album ‘Road’, the songs behind it, the upcoming show and a surprise next album for 2024 that’s already done.

August 10, 2023
Living Colour

Vernon Reid of Living Colour talk to Paul Cashmere at ahead of the 2023 Australian tour.

August 9, 2023
Tommy Boyce of The Casanovas
The Casanovas

In 2023 The Casanovas released their fifth album Backstreet Rhythms.

August 8, 2023
Doug Martsch of Built To Spill
Built To Spill

Built To Spill formed in Boise, Idaho in 1992 but very quickly became the musical vehicle for Doug Martsch.

August 2, 2023
Wolfgang Van Halen
Mammoth WVF, Wolfgang Van Halen

Wolfgang Van Halen has clocked up a second volume of Mammoth WVH and a whole lot of live shows to go along with it.

July 20, 2023
Son Little, Aaron Livingston
Son Little

Aaron Livingston, aka Son Little, will return to Australia for his second tour in 2023.

July 19, 2023
Ian Moss interview
Ian Moss

Ian Moss has clocked up eight solo albums with ‘Rivers Run Dry’. The album features contributions from Don Walker, Kasey Chambers, Diesel, Troy Cassar-Daley and Ian’s son Julian.

July 19, 2023

Avatar will tour Australia for the first time in 2023.

July 19, 2023
Tania Doko, Bachelor Girl

Bachelor Girl's Tania Doko has both Bachelor Girl and new solo music in 2023. There's also a stack of shows and then the 2024 Red Hot Summer tour with Simple Minds and Icehouse.

July 18, 2023
Voyager Noise11

Australia's 2023 Eurovision contestants Voyager have released their eighth album Fearless In Love.

July 14, 2023
Marcia Hines Noise11
Marcia Hines

Marcia Hines was 16 when she left Boston for a six month trip to Australia. 50+Like years later she is still here.

July 14, 2023
Jeff Martin The Seven Deadly Sins
Jeff Martin

Solo music from The Tea Party’s Jeff Martin has been rare. For 2023, Jeff Martin has chosen the topic of The Seven Deadly Sins to tells a story across an album articulating the theologian blueprint of immoral behaviour.

July 3, 2023
Kevin Rowland of Dexy's Midnight Runners Noise11 interview
Kevin Rowland of Dexys

Dexy's Midnight Runners 'The Feminine Divine' is a story of sexuality and self discovery. As the songs progress the album builds the story of the main character as he gradually comes to terms with who he is.

June 28, 2023
Ed Kuepper the Noise11 interview
Ed Kuepper

2023 would have marked the 50th anniversary of The Saints a: if they were all alive and b: were still talking.

June 26, 2023
M. Ward

Matt Ward (aka M.Ward) has hit the 20+ mark with his solo, She & Him and Monsters of Folk albums.

June 22, 2023
Lloyd Cole
Lloyd Cole

Ever since the first Lloyd Cole & The Commotions album 'Rattlesnakes' in 1984, new music from Lloyd has always been an event to investigate.

June 17, 2023
Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme

For 2023 Extreme have released their first album in 15 years. ‘Six’ was a long time coming and Nuno Bettencourt tells why at Noise11.

June 17, 2023
Nick Norton The Angels
The Angels

The Angels will play their last shows with Dave Gleason and then new singer Nick Norton will step away from the drums to take up lead singer duties.

June 8, 2023
Russell Morris Noise11 6 June 2023
Russell Morris

On 2 July in Sydney the the Sydney Opera House and 4 July in Melbourne at Hamer Hall Russell Morris will perform his hits and a few surprises with a 56 piece Southern Cross Symphony Orchestra.

June 6, 2023
Those Pretty Things
Those Pretty Wrongs/Big Star

There is so much history and heritage wrapped in the Jody Stephens story. Those iconic albums with Big Star became the origins of Power Pop, off inspiration from The Byrds and now that aspiration moving forward to bands like The Lemon Twigs.

June 5, 2023
Pat Davern of Grinspoon

Pat Davern of Grinspoon joins Paul Cashmere of to talk about the first ever vinyl releases of 'Easy' (1999) and 'New Detention' (2002) and the Grinspoon 2023 Easy Detention Australian tour.

May 29, 2023
Nick Mason of Pink Floyd at Noise11
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets

Pink Floyd co-founder Nick Mason tours Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets performing the pre-Dark Side of the Moon music of Pink Floyd.

May 27, 2023
Katy Steele

Little Birdy's Katy Steele releases her second solo album 'Big Star'.

May 26, 2023
One Electric Day 2023

Icehouse will headline the 2023 edition of Duane McDonald’s One Electric Day with Jon Stevens, Belinda Carlisle, Daryl Braithwaite, Mark Seymour and Boom Crash Opera rounding out the bill.

May 11, 2023
Tim Henwood
Tim Henwood, Palace of the King

For 2023 Tim Henwood is all about getting out a new Palace of the King song every two months before an album at the end of the year and shows in Jon Stevens band.

May 11, 2023
Kate Ceberano

‘My Life Is A Symphony’ is Kate Ceberano's 30th album. It features new workings of Kate classics and some deeper cuts with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

May 9, 2023
Madison McFerrin

For the release of her debut album 'I Hope You Can Forgive Me', Madison McFerrin spoke with's Paul Cashmere.

May 6, 2023