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Podcast #374

June 15, 2019

Rocket Science, CASA X and Biawanna

Black Mountain – ‘Modern Music’ [CA]
Black Mountain – ‘Tyrants’ [CA]
Black Mountain – ‘Future Shade’ [CA]
Amyl And the Sniffers – ‘Got You’ [AU]
Rocket Science – ‘Chasing Raindows’ [AU]
CASA X – ‘Lighting Fires’ [AU]
Co-Op – ‘Second View’ [CA]
Sightlines – ‘We Don’t Have To Be Friends Forever’ [CA]
Energy Slime – ‘It’s Cold’ [CA]
Biawanna – ‘Care’ [CA]
Emma Lee Toyoda – ‘Hope It (Really) Sucked’ [CA]
shitlord fuckerman – ‘Theme from ‘House Man’ [CA]

Long-running Vancouver-based psychedelic rock band Black Mountain have lost a few founding members recently, but Steve McBean, now based in Los Angeles, is continuing the band in three-piece form. He has just released the latest Black Mountain album called Destroyer. We air a single from this record after a track-a-piece from the band’s first two records. You can hear the come-back single from Aussie rockers Rocket Science and more of the bands that played Music Waste 2019 in Vancouver.

Podcast #373

June 15, 2019

Featuring SPOD, Babe Corner, Megamall

Rae Spoon – ‘Great Lakes’ [CA]
Rae Spoon – ‘My Heart Is A Piece Of Garbage’ [CA]
Rae Spoon – ‘Come On Forest Fire Burn’ [CA]
Leonie Kingdom – ‘Rhubarb’ [AU]
PLTS – ‘Young Ones’ [AU]
SPOD – ‘Sexual Fantasy’ [AU]
Brutal Poodle – ‘Summer of 89’ [CA]
Babe Corner – ‘Alone At The Party’ [CA]
Daniel Geddes – ‘Keep Me’ [CA]
Primp – ‘Outside’ [CA]
Megamall – ‘Two Faced’ [CA]
Garbage Dreams – ‘Backlash’ [CA]
Died Pretty – ‘Life To Go (Landsakes)’ [CA]

Rae Spoon‘s debut album Superior You Are Inferior, is now 10 years old, so to celebrate, we air the three classic lead-off tracks at the start of the show. I remember being captivated by the record at first listen and got a chance to see her perform in Edmonton shortly thereafter. They have continue to release acclaimed indie albums i in the years since, tour widely and most recently found Coax Records, which champions the music of underrepresented groups in Canadian music. You can also hear a surprise new single from cult Sydney-based artist SPOD and tracks from some of the bands playing Music Waste 2019 in Vancouver.

Podcast #372

June 15, 2019

Featuring Julia Why?, Angus Dawson, Kiwi Jr and more

Neil Young & Crazy Horse – ‘Cinnamon Girl’ [CA]
Neil Young & Crazy Horse – ‘Down By The River’ [CA]
Sophie Mashlan – ‘Pictures’ [AU]
Julia Why? – ‘Starman’ [AU]
Angus Dawson – ‘Ngurra’ [AU]
Language Arts – ‘Top Of The Top’ [CA]
Kiwi Jr – ‘Murder In The Cathedral’ [CA]
Quaker Parents – ‘Improbable Friendship’ [CA]
Beatrice Deer – ‘You’re With Me’ [CA]
Don Amero – ‘Smoke In My Eyes’ [CA]
Radio Birdman – ‘Zeno Beach’

We start the show with two classics from the landmark Neil Young & Crazy Horse Album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, to celebrate it’s 50th anniversary. We air new singles from Julia Why? of Sydney and Language Arts from Toronto, as well as tracks from Beatrice Deer  and Don Amero, who were nominated for this year’s Indigenous Music Awards in Canada.

Podcast #371

June 15, 2019

Featuring An Horse, Classified, The Pinheads and more

Midnight Oil – ‘Don’t Wanna Be The One’ [AU]
Midnight Oil – ‘Beds Are Burning’ [AU]
Midnight Oil – ‘Hercules’ (live) [AU]
An Horse – ‘This Is A Song’ [AU]
Alex Lahey – ‘Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself’ [AU]
36? – ‘Changing Channels’ [AU]
The Pinheads – ‘Feel It Now’ [CA]
Brutal Poodle – ‘Crowd Control’ [CA]
Sigh – ‘Dusty Rose’ [CA]
Classified – ‘Cold Love ft.Tory Lanez’ [CA]
Cee & Notion – ‘Found U’ [CA]
Hard-Ons – ‘I Do, I Do, I Do’ [AU]

One of the most unlikely of band reunions of the last few years has been that of Midnight Oil. Frontman Peter Garret spent years working in politics following the original disbanding of the group in 2002 before a full scale reformation took place in 2016, with a subsequent world tour. New material is expected in 2020, so while we wait, we air three classics from the band at the top of the show. Aussie two-piece An Horse are back after a lengthy break since their last record and you can hear come-back single ‘This Is A Song’ on the show, along with our regular mix of new Oz and Canadian tracks.

Podcast #370

June 15, 2019

Featuring Aldous Harding, Dolphin Friendly, The Scientists and more

The Church- ‘Unsubstantiated’ (live) [AU]
The Church – ‘Two Places At Once’ [AU]
The Church – ‘Sealine’ [AU]
Aldous Harding – ‘The Barrel’ [NZ]
Dolphin Friendly – ‘DOLF’ [NZ]
The Scientists – ‘Hey Sydney’ [AU]
Dumb – ‘Beef Hits’ [CA]
Jo Passed – ‘MDM’ [CA]
Freak Dream – ‘8 Billion’ [CA]
Neil Young – ‘Too Far Gone’ (live) [CA]
Neil Young – ‘No One Seems To Know’ (live) [CA]
Neil Young – ‘White Line’ (live) [CA]

On a previous show we introduced outstanding kiwi singer-songwriter Aldous Harding, who has been described by as a ‘gothic folk’ artist. This week we feature a new single called ‘The Barrel’ from her third record, Designer, out now on Flying Nun Records. We also air a gloriously primal new track called ‘Hey Sydney’ from legends The Scientists, led by the legendary Kim Salmon, from a surprise new EP titled 9H2O.SiO2.