“If there’s any band can take our expectations and shatter them in the most beautiful and brutal of ways, it’s Polaris”
"I just love guitars and, although I’m definitely not a collector, I have quite a few, all of which are special in their own way"
Ahead of the punk icons’ hotly awaited return down under, Australian Guitar gets the lowdown on NOFX’s upcoming 15th AND 16th albums, what the future holds beyond their final tour, and… Lots of sex stuff
Nine years in the making, Magic Dirt frontwoman Adalita has returned with her third solo album, ‘Inland’. Australian Guitar finds out why it’s worth the wait
On the lookout for your next favourite Aussie band? You've come to the right place – here are five of the locals we're loving most at the moment!
Devin Townsend is back at his theatrical best, presenting his most refined self on ‘Lightwork’. Australian Guitar taps into the brightness
L.S. Dunes might comprise members of the most iconic bands in post-hardcore, but you shouldn’t dare call them a “supergroup”. Australian Guitar finds out why
On their game-changing fifth album, Slowly Slowly slam their darkest lyrics into their brightest songs, making for one hell of a musical rollercoaster. Australian Guitar takes it for a ride
"Even after six albums and 20-plus years of thrashing up a storm, Enter Shikari are still one of a kind"
Less than a month away from their live debut Down Under, Nova Twins take Australian Guitar behind the scenes of their audio-visual assault
Just a year on from their second album, Sly Withers have returned with clearer minds and catchier hooks. Australian Guitar journeys through the fierce rock foliage of ‘Overgrown’
On his debut album as Pei, ex-Gang Of Youths strummer Joji Malani welcomes us to a world of technicolour indie-pop. Australian Guitar takes a first-class tour
Just a year after dropping their “comeback” album, Big Scary have already whipped up another – and this one, thankfully, sees them bring the guitar back
The Wonder Years have officially peaked with ‘The Hum Goes On Forever’, an album chronicling a decade and a half of determined growth. Australian Guitar gets the lowdown on it
Inspired by old-school punk and desperation for the stage, The Beths’ third album is aptly explosive. Australian Guitar goes backstage to learn more about it
Isabella Manfredi’s debut solo album – named for her glitzy and glamorous alter ego, Izzi – looks to the past in order to force a new path forward. Australian Guitar strolls down it with her
Julia Jacklin takes Australian Guitar down the rabbit hole of her distinctly colourful new record, ‘Pre Pleasure’