“Our stories will be documented and remembered”: Mojo Juju on Resilience, Racism and Truth.

“There was definitely authenticity to the work I’ve done before, but I was more interested in hiding truth amongst fiction… For Native Tongue I just wanted to stop hiding my truth. I wanted to step away from all the bullshit and say all the things that for so long I wanted to write but the industry was telling me it would be too ‘confronting’ or wouldn’t sell.”

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RVG, Melbourne

In spite of their modesty, RVG inspire feverish levels of affection from their audiences. At the launch of their album A Quality of Mercy, at the Tote last year, crowd members embraced and tears flowed.

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On Air

“From those of us who went prancing off to the big smoke, Smiths albums clutched tightly to our chests as we waved goodbye to the old folk, the bogans and the pub with whalebones out the front, we say thank you 3RRR — you saved our lives”.

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From the editor: Welcome to Swampland

Swampland has begun because I think there is a place for a magazine that tells specifically Australian music stories—something that asks intelligent questions about the music that is being made here, or has been made previously, and wonders what that says about the larger context of who we are. 

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