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INTERVIEW


We caught up with the Joe White of the Melbourne based Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, whilst they tour the US, They are due to play Latitude on 21st July


Firstly- Does being an Australian band put a unique perspective on the music industry? I guess I don’t know for sure, I only know my perspective. I do think that the way we create music might be influenced by the distance we are from everything. It’s not so much about like playing for the industry, you just sorta make music and play


14 / JUNE-JULY 2019 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


live shows in your home town. Really the way you start out is just trying to make it in your home town. The prospect of taking it overseas doesn’t really occur to you- it certainly didn’t occur to us until SubPop got involved. You’re all from Melbourne? What was the local scene like- was it vibrant?


It’s very vibrant, yeah. It’s really diverse, and there’s a very strong community. There’s two radio stations Triple R and PBS that play a lot of local music, and really sort of- legitimatise the whole scene. There’s lots of music venues, music on every night. Every second person you speak to is in a band. It’s cool like that, the really good stuff people get


Photo: Maclay Heriot


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