Posts Tagged ‘Kiwi Jr’

Podcast #424

December 5, 2020

Featuring Ruby Fields, Salin, Cory Owens and more

Lime Spiders – ‘My Favorite Room’ [AU]
Lime Spiders – ‘Ignormy’ [AU]
Lime Spiders – ‘NSU’ [AU]
Carla Geneve – ‘The Right Reasons’ [AU]
Julia Jacklin – ‘to Perth, before the border closes’ [AU]
Ruby Fields – ‘Pretty Grim’ [AU]
Salin – ‘In Tune With The Moon’ [CA]
Snotty Nose Rez Kids – ‘Where They At’ [CA]
The Naysayers – ‘RUN’ [CA]
Cory Owens & The Old Quarry Boys – ‘Cherry Tree’ [CA]
We Found A Lovebird – ‘Sent On A Boat’ [CA]
The Sweet Pomelos – ‘Discount Beef’ [CA]
The Besnard Lakes – ‘Raindrops’ [CA]
Kiwi Jr – ‘Undecided Voters’ [CA]

Post-punk psych-rock band Lime Spiders formed in Sydney in 1979 and are most well-known for their 1987 60s garage rock inspired debut record The Cave Comes Alive! We air three tracks from the record this week before Perth-based indie folk artist Julia Jacklin’s timely single ‘to Perth, before the border closes’. And our mix of new Canadian tracks includes a new track from fine songwriter Cory Owens and his new band The Old Quarry Boys.

Podcast #387

November 29, 2019

Featuring Kiwi Jr, Lemih Thompson, Archie Roach and more

Briggs – ‘Bad Apples’ [AU]
Briggs – ‘The Children Came Back’ [AU]
Briggs – ‘Life Is Incredible’ [AU]
Archie Roach – ‘Open Your Eyes’ [AU]
Lemih Thompson – ‘Kapi Tina (Big Rain)’ [CA]
Jonathan Doolan and the Areyonga Band – ‘Kapi (Water)’ [CA]
A Tribe Called Red & Keith Secola – ‘NDN Kars’ [CA]
Nehiyawak – ‘Disappear’ [CA]
Robbie Robertson – ‘Once Were Brothers’ [CA]
Kiwi Jr – ‘Salary Man’ [CA]
Alaskan Tapes – ‘The Times Are Tired’ [CA]
Gabrielle Papillon – ‘Shout It Out’ [CA]
Amy Blanding – ‘Down The Line’ [CA]

This week we feature wonderful tracks from Australian Aboriginal and Canadian First Nations artists. From Australia, we introduce hip hop legend Briggs as well as Pintupi-Luritja man Lemih Thompson and Jonathan Doolan and the Areyonga Band who both hail from Central Australia. And from Canada we hear a new track from the legendary Robbie Robertson and the latest re-mix single from A Tribe Called Red.

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.