Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips catches up with Byron Smith, Melbourne-based singer, songwriter and colleague from Juke magazine days, to chat about his influences and new music

Byron Smith is an independent Melbourne-based singer, songwriter and recording artist. Byron played in a number of Melbourne indie bands, including Thirteen at Midnight, which went on to become a well known band called Things of Stone and Wood. In the 80’s Byron was also a music journalist and Features Editor at rock music magazine Juke for more than five years.

Byron has recently teamed up with Melbourne-based producer Carl Polke to record a number of songs at House of Noodle studios in Coburg, Victoria. Carl is a former musical director of Circus Oz, and plays in a bunch of Melbourne bands.

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