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Podcast #320

December 2, 2017

Featuring Coyote, Dizzy, The Ruffled Feathers & more

Exploding White Mice – ‘Burning Red’ [AU]
New Race – ‘Alone In The End Zone’ [AU]
Psychotic Turnbuckles – ‘Groove To The Eye’ [AU]
Coyote – ‘Serpent Hollywood’ [NZ]
This Way North – ‘Make It Work’ [AU]
Alexander Biggs – ‘Figure It Out’ [AU]
Dizzy – ‘Swim’ [CA]
Bull North – ‘Wrecker’ [CA]
Bridal Party – ‘Fruitless’ [CA]
The Ruffled Feathers – ‘Burgundy’ [CA]
Jasper Sloan Yip – ‘In The Living Room’ [CA]
Larissa Tandy – ‘The River’ [CA]
Rose Melberg – ‘Take Some Time’ [CA]

We start the show with a classic from 80s Sydney-based garage punk band The Psychotic Turnbuckles. It was fascinating to learn that the band was originally formed in California by former professional wrestlers who emigrated to Australia after being banned from the Pismo Beach Wrestling Alliance by a promoter! We’re pleased to introduce 2-piece Kiwi band Coyote and Melbourne-based solo artist Alexander Biggs and you can also hear new tracks from established Vancouver bands The Ruffled Feathers and Jasper Sloan Yipp.

Podcast #319

November 25, 2017

Featuring Jay Gilday, Steph Cameron, Bad//Dreems and more

AC/DC – ‘Bad Boy Boogie’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘Girl’s Got Rhythm’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘Rock n Roll Damnation [AU]
Bad//Dreems – ‘By My Side’ [AU]
Paul Kelly – ‘Firewood and Candles’ [AU]
Dan Sultan – ‘Magnetic’ [AU]
Terra Lightfoot – ‘Paradise’ [CA]
Steph Cameron – ‘Daybreak Over Jackson Street’ [CA]
Gord Downie – ‘Bedtime’ [CA]
100 Mile House – ‘Hiraeth’ [CA]
Jay Gilday – ‘Guess I’ll See You’ [CA]
Best Fern – ‘Morning Side’ [CA]
Screemfeeder – ‘Who’s Counting?’ [AU]

RIP to rhythm guitar legend Malcolm Young of AC/DC. Malcom passed away this week after battling with dementia which sidelined him from touring in 2014. We air three AC/DC classics at the top of the show before introducing listeners to a great contemporary Aussie rock band – Bad//Dreems of Adelaide. You can also hear great new tracks from Aboriginal artist Dan Sultan, First Nations artist Jay Gilday of Edmonton, Saskatoon’s Steph Cameron and more.

Podcast #318

November 18, 2017

Featuring Casii Williams, Megan Nash, Feedtime and more

The Saints – ‘This Perfect Day’ [AU]
Radio Birdman – ‘Do The Pop’ [AU]
The Boys Next Door – ‘These Boots Are Made For Walking’ [AU]
The Smith Street Band – ‘Birthdays’ [AU]
Neighbourhood Void – ‘All Strung Out’ [AU]
Casii Willilams – ‘How Can I’ [AU]
Amelia Curran – ‘Watershed’ [CA]
Neil Young and the Promise Of The Real – ‘Already Great’ [CA]
The New Pornographers – ‘High Ticket Attractions’ [CA]
Surf Dads – ‘Up All Night’ [CA]
Megan Nash – ‘Bad Poetry’ [CA]
Ellen Froese – ‘I Wish I Had A Foot Long Cigarette’ [CA]
Feedtime – ‘Motorcycle Girl’ [CA]

We’re delighted to introduce listeners to Casii Williams and her track ‘How Can I’ on today’s show. Casii hails from a remote community along with other artists featured on the excellent MusicNT Desert Divas Vol II compilation. We also air a track from Melbourne rock legends The Smith Street Band and a track-a-piece from three acts who are short-listed for this year’s SaskMusic Best Saskatchewan Albums of 2017 – Surf Dads, Megan Nash and Ellen Froese.

Podcast #317

November 11, 2017

Featuring Louise Burns, DM3, P76 and more

The Elois – ‘By My Side’ [AU]
Masters Apprentices – ‘Buried & Dead’ [AU]
The Creatures – ‘Ugly Thing’ [AU]
Peter Simpson – ”Return of the Dilettante’ [AU]
P76 – ‘Postcard from Bondi’ [AU]
DM3 – ‘Monsters’ [AU]
Twin Peaks – ‘One Long Year’ [CA]
Louise Burns – ‘Storm’ [CA]
Scenic Route To Alaska – ‘Love Keeps’ [CA]
Freak Dream – ‘Let Me Out’ [CA]
Dad Thighs – ‘Summer’ [CA]
Ok Vancouver Ok – ‘Black Part Of Light’ [CA]
The Eastern Dark – ‘Johnny & Dee Dee’ [AU]

We feature three more bands from the highly informative ‘The History of Australian Punk in 30 Tracks‘ blog post at the top of the set with a track apiece from The Elois, Masters Apprentices and The Creatures. All three of these proto-punk tracks were released way back in 1967. And you can also hear tracks from three of the acts who recently played the Canadian showcase in Sydney for Australian Music Week – Twin Peaks, Louise Burns and Scenic Route To Alaska!

Podcast #316

November 4, 2017

Featuring Dappled Cities, Victory Lap, Raleigh and more

Dappled Cities – ‘Stone Men’ [AU]
DMA’s – ‘Delete’ [AU]
The Jezabels – ‘Mace Spray’ [AU]
Victory Lap – ‘The Afterlife’ [AU]
Pond – ‘Colder Than Ice’ [AU]
Apostate Son – ‘Number One’ [NZ]
The Mojo Stars – ‘You Don’t Know Me and I Wish You Would’ [CA]
The Judys – ‘Freedom 85’ [CA]
We Found A Lovebird – ‘Winning Streak’ [CA]
Wares – ‘What You Want’ [CA]
Raleigh – ‘Just Kids’ [CA]
Custard – ‘Apartment’ [AU]

We kick off the show with a track a piece from top Sydney-based bands Dappled Cities, DMA’s and The Jezabels.  Melbournite Alex Badham of Aleks and the Ramps is back with his new solo project Victory Lap and we debut his single ‘Afterlife’ on this week’s show. Also featured this week are new tracks from Perth’s psychedelic champions Pond and Apostate Son out of Auckland, NZ, Wares from Edmonton, AB and Raleigh from Calgary, AB.