Posts Tagged ‘Jo Passed’

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. 

Podcast #337

May 20, 2018

Featuring Look Blue Go Purple, Sue Folley, Eli Moore and more

Look Blue Go Purple – ‘Cactus Cat’ [NZ]
Jean-Paul Sartre Experience – ‘Inside and Out’ [NZ]
Straitjacket Fits – ‘Down In Splendour’ [NZ]
System Corporation – ‘Apathy Is Easy’ [NZ]
Beastwars – ‘Call To The Mountain’ [NZ]
Eli Moore – ‘I Got This’ [NZ]
Frankie – ‘Dream Reader’ [CA]
Bison – ‘Anti War’ [CA]
Jo Passed – ‘MDM’ [CA]
Sue Folley – ‘Run’ [CA]
Innes Wilson – ‘As Ink Dries’ [CA]
Neko Case – ‘Bad Luck’ [CA]

We continue our spotlight on Kiwi music on this week’s show, as New Zealand Music Month continues for the month of May. Following three more Flying Nun Records classics, we introduce contemporary Kiwi acts System Corporation and Eli Moore and sludge metal band Beastwars who are featured on the Doomed and Stoned in New Zealand compilation (there’s a Doomed and Stoned in Canada compilation which we must feature in an upcoming show…). And keep listening for new Canadian tracks from Vancouver band Frankie and Innes Wilson of Guelph, ON.

Podcast #329

March 24, 2018

Featuring Joni Mitchell, A.B Original, Omar Khan and more

Joni Mitchell – ‘A Case Of You’ [CA]
Joni Mitchell – ‘God Must Be A Boogie Man’ [CA]
Joni Mitchell – ‘If I Had A Heart’ [CA]
This Way North – ‘Nothing To Say’ [AU]
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Green House’ [AU]
A.B Original – ‘Blaccout’ [AU]
Omar Khan – ‘People’ [CA]
Kimmortal – ‘I’m Blue’ [CA]
Josh Scott – ’33rd Flo’ [CA]
Jo Passed – ‘MDM’ [CA]
Little Sprout – ‘Amie You’re’ [CA]
Chris-a-Riffic – ‘Fresh Bruise’ [CA]
The Go-Betweens – ‘Head Full Of Steam’ [AU]

It’s practically impossible to select just three tracks that are representative of the exceptional back catalogue of the legendary Joni Mitchell, but nonetheless we try that at the top of the show! We air the long awaited new single ‘Blaccout’ from A.B Original, as well as a track from the new This Way North EP. And keep listening for new singles from Vancouver-based contemporary soul acts Omar Khan and Kimmortal, as well as a track from the Chris-a-Riffic record that is officially released this week!

Podcast #328

March 17, 2018

Featuring Jo Passed, Holzkopf, Rei so La and more

Celibate Rifles – ’24 Hours’ [AU]
Celibate Rifles – ‘Cycle’ [AU]
Celibate Rifles – ‘Lazy Sunshine’ [AU]
Rei so La – ‘Inside Out’ [AU]
Zk king – ‘COUTURE’ [AU]
JANEVA – ‘Humble Beginnings (ft. ZenSoFly)’ [AU]
Ghostly Beard – ‘The Love in Your Eyes’ [CA]
Orit Shimoni – ‘Pgisha Le’ein Ketz’ [CA]
Holzkopf – ‘Casting Shadows’ [CA]
Jo Passed – ‘MDM’ [CA]
Sam Tudor – ‘Silver Lining Skies’ [CA]

Congrats to the Arts On The Fly crew for the smashing success of the inaugural Dark Times Festival, which took place at the start of this month in Williams Lake, BC. Our final track on the show today is featured on Sam Tudor‘s latest record Quotidian Dream (Sam and band played to an appreciative hometown audience at the festival). Before that, you can hear three classics from the Celibate Rifles, a track a-piece from contemporary Australian soul acts Rei so La, Zk king and JANEVA, a new track from Vancouver-based noise artist Holzkopf and more!

Stranded podcast #272

May 18, 2016

Tracks from AC/DC, The Response, Supermoon and more

AC/DC – ‘Problem Child’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘Sin City’ [AU]
AC/DC – ‘Shake Your Foundation’ [AU]
Bloodhounds On My Trail – ‘Jolly’ [AU]
Tame Impala – ‘The Less I Know The Better’ [AU]
The Response – ‘You Wanted To Go’ [NZ]
Blocktreat – ‘Comfortable With Sin’ [CA]
Blocktreat – ‘Hinterland Seez’ [CA]
Jo Passed – ‘Pet Crows’ [CA]
Supermoon – ‘Witching Hour’ [CA]
The Constantines – ‘National Hum’ [CA]

It’s timely to revisit the hard-rock institution AC/DC this week given the recent shock announcement of ‘new guy’ singer Brian Johnson being sidelined with a hearing issue and Axl Rose taking on vocal duties for the remainder of the ‘Rock or Bust Tour’. This follows the sad departure of Malcolm Young following his diagnosis of early on-set dementia. You’ll hear a couple of Bon Scott era classics and a mid-80s Brian Johnson era single.

We’re pleased to introduce some new artists this week including Australian shoe-gaze band Bloodhounds On My Trail and The Response, duo from New Zealand who have recently relocated to Vancouver, making them ideal for this show! You’ll also hear a couple of tracks from innovative BC electronica artist Blocktreat who we will be interviewing for an upcoming show.

Featured video: AC/DC – ‘Sin City’ (live) [1979]