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We threw some questions at mandolin maestro Jon Hart to find out his tips for a life of travelling on four wheels.
Just yesterday they announced their first Australian tour for Falls Festival, and today we had a little chat with the mysterious London Grammar.
What's not to like about the French? They've brought us croissants, Amelie, our favourite skinny fries and mountains of gooey cheese, not to mention centuries' worth of musique fantastique.
Just as we expected, Splendour in the Grass was an epic event this year, and despite muddy boots, aching legs and sunburnt noses, much fun was had by all.
Considering he makes music described as 'bedroom break-up pop', Ben Mason still manages to put a smile on our dials.
We threw some questions at Daughter frontwoman Elena to get to know her a little better before she hits the stage at Splendour.
We asked the talented Sharon Van Etten a few questions about shacking up at La Casa in Byron Bay.
Further proof that fathers rock. And sometimes wore very, very tight pants.
Seja's love for synthesisers goes way beyond enjoying a tinkle of keys and a twiddle of knobs.
Music festivals are a time to find your new favourite band, wear an animal-themed onesie completely shame-free, and get your grubby hands stuck into some arts and craft.
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