Posts Tagged ‘Tash Sultana’

Podcast #343

June 30, 2018

Featuring Electric Fields, The Resignators, Dana Sippos and more

Electric Fields – ‘Don’t You Worry’ [AU]
DOBBY – ‘Peregrine’ [AU]
Jessica Mauby – ‘We Got Love’ [AU]
This Way North – ‘Nothing To Say’ [AU]
The Resignators – ‘Party Date’ [AU]
Tash Sultana – ‘Salvation’ [AU]
Rae Spoon – ‘Do Whatever The Heck You Want’ [CA]
Wax Mannequin – ‘Squirmy Wormy’ [CA]
Dana Sippos – ‘Lean Times’ [CA]
One Below – ‘One Below’ [CA]
The Cole Patenaude Band – ‘Wonderful’ [CA]
Sarah Jane Scouten – ‘Bang Bang’ [CA]

I just discovered a wonderful Spotify playlist called Black Australia which showcases a huge list of Australian Aboriginal artists, both new and old. Last week we featured the new Baker Boy track from the playlist and this week we introduce two-piece Electric Fields from Adelaide, NSW-based rappy DOBBY and Jessica Mauby who is an established pop singer and actor born and raised in Darwin. We also feature four of the acts that are playing this years Arts On The Fly festival in Horsefly, BC, including This Way North from Australia!

Podcast #285

September 21, 2016

Featuring an interview with folk musician Jenny Ritter

You Am I – ‘Drink It Dry’ [AU]
You Am I – ‘Conscience’ [AU]
You Am I – ‘Good Advices’ [AU]
Tash Sultana – ‘Jungle’ [AU]
This Way North – ‘Pretty Much’ [AU]
Jenny Ritter – ‘Museum Song’ [CA]
Interview with Jenny Ritter
Jenny Ritter – ‘Wolf Wife’ [CA]
Janaya Salmond – ‘For Joni’ [CA]
Nathaniel Krikke – ‘Roam On’ [CA]
Rodney Decroo – ‘Ugly Boy In An Ugly Town’ [CA]
Douse – ‘I Am More Directed’ [CA]

The great You Am I released their tenth full-length recently called Porridge and Hotsauce. We feature the track ‘Good Advices’ at the start of the show, but before that, a throw-back to the origins of the band with two tracks from their debut EP Snake Tide from 1991.

We feature a track from 21yr old self-taught Melbournian singer-songwriter Tash Sultana as well as two fine new BC-based singer-songwriters Janaya Salmond and Nathaniel Krikke from their respective latest releases. And our special guest this week is highly-regarded Vancouver-based folk musician Jenny Ritter who I caught up with at Arts Wells 2016. Jenny’s second album Raised By Wolves is out now!