Posts Tagged ‘Courtney Barnett’

Podcast #415

August 18, 2020

Featuring Archie Roach, Baker Boy, Trent Agecoutay and more

Crow – ‘Prisoner [For Jean Genet]’ [AU]
Crow – ‘Your Motive’ [AU]
Crow – ‘Railhead’ [AU]
Archie Roach – ‘A Child Was Born Here’ [AU]
Baker Boy – ‘Meditjin – feat. Jess B’ [AU]
Midnight Oil – ‘Gadigal Land’ [AU]
Luke Lalonde – ‘Nebraska’ [CA]
Julie Arsenault – ‘Atlantic City’ [CA]
Peter Dreimanis – ‘State Trooper’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Do You Hear Me Now’ [CA]
Meisha & The Spanks – ‘Unstoppable’ [CA]
SNFU – ‘Cement Mixer’ [CA]
Courtney Barnett – ‘Out of the Woodwork’ [AU]

This week we feature Archie Roach and Baker Boy, award winners at the 2020 National Indigenous Music Awards, for Album of the Year and Song of the Year respectively.  And the Canadian half of the show includes Edmontonian Trent Agecoutay‘s single ‘Do You Hear Me Now’, which he describes as ‘written for every person of colour who has experienced abuse of power at the hands of the Police.’

Podcast #379

August 29, 2019

Featuring Jen Cloher, Kirin J Callinan, Biawanna and more

Courtney Barnett – ‘Pickles In The Jar’ [AU]
Jen Cloher – ‘Regional Echo’ [AU]
Larissa Tandy – ‘Harder Heavier’ [AU]
Dyson Stringer Cloher – ‘Falling Clouds’ [AU]
This Way North – ‘Night Terrors’ [AU]
Kirin J Callinan – ‘The Homosexual’ [AU]
SNFU – ‘Victims Of The Womanizer (live)’ [CA]
Orville Peck – ‘Dead Of Night’ [CA]
Rae Spoon – ‘It’s Getting Close’ [CA]
Devours – ‘Vivaldi My Reptile’ [CA]
Biawanna – ‘Partner In Crime’ [CA]

It’s Pride 2019 in Canada and this week we feature tracks from outstanding LGBTQ+ artists from Australia and Canada.  You can hear the new single from supergroup Dyson Stringer Cloher and a track from Kirin J Callinan‘s new covers album.  We air a track from the new SNFU live album and tracks from Devours and Biawanna who played the Pride event at Red Gate in Vancouver.

Podcast #368

April 28, 2019

Featuring Angie McMahon, The Scientists, The Jins and more

AC/DC – ‘Ride On’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘Gone Shootin’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘DT’ [AU]
Courtney Barnett – ‘Everybody Here Hates You’ [AU]
The Scientists – ‘Braindead (Resuscitated)’ [AU]
Angie McMahon – ‘Pasta’ [AU]
The Jins – ‘Pop Song’ [CA]
Wise Child – ‘Hurricane’ [CA]
At Mission Dolores – ‘Four’ [CA]
B.A Johnston – ‘I Miss 90s Hash’ [CA]
Eamon McGrath – ‘Guts’ [CA]
METZ – ‘Escalator Teeth / On and On’ [CA]

We air the brand new Courtney Barnett single on today’s show along with a surprise new track from the legendary swamp rock/noise band The Scientists called ‘Braindead (Resuscitated)’ – their first recording in 30 years! In the Canadian half the show, you can hear tracks from three BC-based bands, which I discovered from the great blog Permanent Rain Press The Jins, Wise Child and At Mission Dolores.

Stranded podcast #258

August 4, 2015

* Singer-songwriter Janaya Salmond LIVE in the CiTR studio *

This week’s extra special guest is a fresh face to Vancouver’s singer-songwriter scene – Janaya Salmond. Janaya comes from a musical family and has been surrounded by great songwriting all her life, as her father is a music producer. Janaya is a talented multi-instrumentalist and she chose to accompany herself on the show with an uncommon instrument known as a strum-stick. Tune in to hear Janaya soulfully execute two of her original compositions that will no doubt be on her forthcoming debut album!

Featured video: Janaya Salmond – ‘For Joni’ (live) [2015]

Stranded podcast #244

April 17, 2015

* Featuring Nathaniel Krikke LIVE in the CiTR studio *

Regular listeners will know that since October 2014 we have been hosting the ‘Stranded Sunday Sessions’ – an intimate acoustic evening on the second Sunday of each month on the North Stage of the Railway Club in Vancouver.  Today’s special guest, Nathaniel Krikke, was a performer on the March bill.  Nathaniel, a brand new performer, who has roots in Northern Alberta, returns to Vancouver today from this home in Abbotsford to chat with us on air and play three expertly crafted acoustic roots tunes for us in the studio!

Featured video: Ratcat – ‘That Ain’t Bad’ [1990]