Posts Tagged ‘Emma Louise’

Podcast #361

January 30, 2019

Featuring Colter Wall, Carla Geneve, The Sylvia Platters and more

The Mark of Cain – ‘Tell Me’ [AU]
The Mark of Cain – ‘The Interloper’ [AU]
The Mark of Cain – ‘Milosovic’ [AU]
The Ocean Party – ‘What It’s Worth’ [AU]
Carla Geneve – ‘Greg’s Discount Chemist’ [AU]
Emma Louise – ‘Falling Apart’ [AU]
Colter Wall – ‘Saskatchewan In 1881’ [CA]
Jack Semple – ‘Walkin” [CA]
Belle Plaine – ‘Gold Ring’ [CA]
Only A Visitor – ‘Ghosts’ [CA]
Pretty Eyes For Captain America – ‘Me And Thanatos Down By The Schoolyard’ [CA]
The Sylvia Platters – ‘Morning Ritual’ [CA]
The Meanies – ‘Conan’ [AU]

This week, after a mix of new and old Oz music, we air a track a piece from the top three in The Best Saskatchewan Albums of 2018 list, as voted by fans through the Saskmusic poll. These records are ‘Songs of the Plains’ by Colter Wall (#3), ‘Can’t Stop This Love’ by Jack Semple (#2) and Malice, Mercy, Grief & Wrath by Belle Plaine (#1). And keep listening for a track from the brand new record ‘Technicolour Education’ by Vancouver-based chamber-pop outfit Only A Visitor.

Stranded podcast #143

March 16, 2013

http://www.mixcloud.com/ozstrandedradio/ozstranded-podcast-143/

* Featuring Part Two of an interview with Chris Basaraba, luthier and proprietor of Basone Guitars in Vancouver, BC *

This week  you can hear a selection of tracks by Perth band, The Triffids spanning the years 1983 to 1989.  The Triffids, who formed 1978, were a literate band and much-lauded for their gorgeously evocative song ‘Wide Open Road’, which remains prominent in ‘best Australian songs’ lists.   The band also found a measure of acclaim in Europe and Scandinavia.  Prolific songwriter and frontman, Dave McComb tragically passed away at age 37, after the band had broken up, following injuries sustained in a car accident.

Next up are tracks by two Australian artists featured at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin Texas! – Blackchords and Emma Louise.  Here is a full list of all the Aussie acts making the trip to Austin this year.

Podcast #132 featured part 1 of an interview with Chris Basaraba, luthier and proprietor of Basone Guitars in Vancouver.  We’re pleased to present the remainder of the interview today.  You can hear Chris explain what folks can expect if they seek the services of a properly trained luthier.  Chris also reveals some of his favourite Vancouver hardcore bands who he has supported over the years.

Rounding out the show is some great new Canadian music, firstly with ‘Stranded’ favourites The City Streets, from Montreal and their tune expressing anger over the residential schools system.  We finish with a brand new track by Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Jamison Troy 🙂

The Triffids – ‘My Baby Thinks She’s A Train’ [AU]
The Triffids – ‘MGM’ [AU]
The Triffids – ‘Wide Open Road’ [AU]
The Triffids – ‘Falling Over You’ [AU]
The Triffids – ‘Goodbye Little Boy’ [AU]
Steve Kilbey – ‘African Jesus’ [AU]
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – ‘We No Who U R’ [AU]
Blackchords – ‘A Thin Line’ [AU]
Emma Louise – ‘Jungle’ [AU]
Interview with Chris Basaraba 1
Brand New Unit – ‘Looking Back Again’ [CA]
Carpenter – ‘Can’t Keep A Good Man Down’ [CA]
Interview with Chris Basaraba 2
Refused – ‘New Noise’ [SW]
The City Streets – ‘White Lies’ [CA]
Jamison Troy – ‘I’ve Hurt People’ [CA]

Featured video – The Triffids – ‘Goodbye Little Boy’ [1989]