Posts Tagged ‘M.Lund’

Podcast #293

December 14, 2016

Featuring tracks from Custard, Childsaint, Kimmortal and more

Custard – ‘Lucky Star’ [AU]
Custard – ‘Caboolture Speed Lab’ [AU]
Custard – ‘Rice and Beans’ [AU]
BeNt – ‘Bad Beds’ [AU]
Craig Hallsworth – ‘We’re Too Far Away (My Other Future, My Other Youth) [AU]
Childsaint – ‘Used Up’ [AU]
Maow – ‘Mommie’s Drunk’ [CA]
BB Cream – ‘Shithole’ [CA]
Tough Age – ‘New Bummer’ [CA]
M.Lund – ‘The Other Side Of Rain’ [CA]
Kimmortal – ‘Brushing By Heaven’s Shoulder (Remix)’ [CA]
Sarah Jickling and her Good Bad Luck – ‘Valentine’ [CA]
The New Pornographers – ‘Dancehall Domine’ [CA]

We have a real treat at the top of the show this week – new music from Custard! Custard were a seminal indie band from Brisbane who existed primarily between 1990 and 1990, featuring the whip smart and quirky songwriting of Dave McCormack. Custard came back to life in 2009 to perform at the 150th anniversary of the state of Queensland and this was followed with a brand new record in 2015 named Come Back, All Is Forgiven. You can hear a track off this record as well as two vintage Custard Tunes.

Later in the show we feature brand new music from Perth-based acts Craig Hallsworth and Childsaint, as well as more tracks from the Mint Records ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ compilation.

Stranded podcast #186

February 8, 2014

* Featuring an interview with Australian blues musician Ash Grunwald *

Last week we interviewed the brooding Zeb Piggot-Duggan, a new voice of the singer-songwriter scene of Vancouver. You can hear an original recording of his music today, along with a track by legendary local songwriter David Roy Parsons, and a song by myself!  We’re all playing this evening at the Railway Club on Dunsmuir Street in Vancouver.

We last spoke to today’s special guest, Ash Grunwald, last August, when he was preparing for a Canadian tour.  Today Ash calls through from the stunningly beautiful surfing and wine region of Margaret River in Western Australia.  Ash has just taken a rare chunk of time off the road to practice and write, and while he is croaky-voiced from a gig the night before, he speaks enthusiastically about preparations from his upcoming return to Canada.   He also takes the time to demonstrate his passion for raising awareness of the dangers of the industrial process of ‘fracking’, of which he wrote the song ‘The Last Stand’ on his Gargantua LP.

Featured video:  Ash Grunwald – ‘The Last Stand’ (live) [2013]