Busby Marou on their upcoming tour and everything in between, from Nashville to James Blunt.
East Journey’s new album delivers a big sound, with a global influence.
Dave Dow wouldn’t have been able to escape music if he tried, but he didn’t want to. Rather, he embraced it and made it his life.
After grabbing the attention of the music aficionados and the industry with her debut EP, Rosie, Thelma Plum has shifted musical directions
Last year Ellie Lovegrove was a standout competitor on X Factor and now The Voice has answered back with the Indigenous duo, ZK.
In this interview from over a decade ago, Archie talks to us about his then new album ‘Sensual Being’
What makes you smile when you wake up in the morning? Whatever it is, make that your career – this philosophy belongs to Kevin Starkey and music makes him smile
Tjintu Desert Band, continue to grow in popularity with the release of a new music video, an upcoming performance at Barunga Festival, and their second single on the way
Frank has been a familiar face at the Deadlys over the years and whether he is receiving an award or performing his amazing music, he has always been a welcome presence
26.01.04 – In an interview with Torres Strait Islander musician, Uncle Seaman Dan, Deadly Sounds delves deep into what’s behind his new album, ‘Perfect Pearl’
Ngukurr man Tom E. Lewis recently released his latest album ‘Beneath the Sun’
In an interview with the inspirational Kerrianne Cox from 15 years ago, we spoke with her about her then just released album, Just Wanna Move
In an emotionally charged interview from 10 years ago, we speak with Uncle Kutcha Edwards
The man behind Gurrumul speaks with Deadly Sounds
Dewayne Everettsmith is doing his part to try and preserve language as reflected by his song ‘Melaythina’
This week on Deadly Sounds we speak with the charismatic and charming Dan Sultan about his new ‘Black Bird’
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