From Gimmie Zine...
This issue we bring you even more in-depth chats with creatives than ever before!
Bass boss, dog mom and Academy Award winner Kira Roessler shares her musical journey, chatting Black Flag, Dos, her new solo album, film work, and shares life lessons of love and loss.
We get a peek into minimal synth-punks Laughing Gear’s world yarning on their couch over a few beers.
Leon Stackpole, frontman of garage rockers Power Supply (featuring members of Drug Sweat, Voice Imitator, The Sailors and Eddy Current Suppression Ring), explores new record - In the Time of the Sabre-toothed Tiger.
screensaver’s Krystal Maynard tells us about growing up in the Perth punk scene, playing in a riot grrrl band, guitar inspiration Poison Ivy and the journey of the band’s synth-punk debut album Expressions Of Interest.
Blonde Revolver’s vocalist Zoe (also of Alien Nosejob & Body Maintenance) chats drumming, realities of working in the music industry, her bands and new music.
Self-expressionist Tim Kerr gives us an insight into his art book Self Taught and new musical project Up Around the Sun. We cover DIY, skateboarding, surfing, and songwriting - all things Kerr’s done since the 70s to this day. We also talk about the Big Boys documentary in the making.
Pipe-eye’s Cook Craig opens up about creativity and home life.
The Vovos tell us about their “punk bitch attitude”, origins at Girls Rock! Melbourne, creative struggles and motivations.
Synth-punk cowboy Cong Josie wins our heart as he bares his soul.
Time For Dreams’ Amanda Roff gets deep about music, creativity and stunning new record Life Of The Inhabitant.
Husband and wife duo Chimers (championed by Henry Rollins) chat community, mental health, balancing being a musician and parent, plus their debut album.
Punk duo Piss Shivers met at a Propagandhi show and features members of CNT EVN and Toy, don’t even have a release out but we love them after seeing them live. We nerd out about punk and their drummer singing with Jello Biafra moments before acquiring a black eye.
Chinese-Australian avant-garde composer Mindy Meng Wang explores breaking tradition, rebellion and collaboration with Brian Ritchie (Violent Femmes), Ma Haipaing and more.
Dougal Shaw breaks down Dr Sure’s Usual Practice’s new album Remember the Future? Vol 1 & 2.