Posts Tagged ‘Trent Agecoutay’

Podcast #415

August 18, 2020

Featuring Archie Roach, Baker Boy, Trent Agecoutay and more

Crow – ‘Prisoner [For Jean Genet]’ [AU]
Crow – ‘Your Motive’ [AU]
Crow – ‘Railhead’ [AU]
Archie Roach – ‘A Child Was Born Here’ [AU]
Baker Boy – ‘Meditjin – feat. Jess B’ [AU]
Midnight Oil – ‘Gadigal Land’ [AU]
Luke Lalonde – ‘Nebraska’ [CA]
Julie Arsenault – ‘Atlantic City’ [CA]
Peter Dreimanis – ‘State Trooper’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Do You Hear Me Now’ [CA]
Meisha & The Spanks – ‘Unstoppable’ [CA]
SNFU – ‘Cement Mixer’ [CA]
Courtney Barnett – ‘Out of the Woodwork’ [AU]

This week we feature Archie Roach and Baker Boy, award winners at the 2020 National Indigenous Music Awards, for Album of the Year and Song of the Year respectively.  And the Canadian half of the show includes Edmontonian Trent Agecoutay‘s single ‘Do You Hear Me Now’, which he describes as ‘written for every person of colour who has experienced abuse of power at the hands of the Police.’

Podcast #397

April 4, 2020

Featuring SCABZ, Zaac Pick, Taylor Janzen and more

Smudge – ‘I Don’t Want To Be Grant McClennan’ [AU]
Smudge – ‘The Outdoor Type’ [AU]
Smudge – ‘Real McCoy Wrong Sinatra’ [AU]
SCABZ – ‘What You Stand For’ [AU]
Bodyjar – ‘Big Shot’ [AU]
Future Static – ‘Dead End’ [AU]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘A Place To Call Home’ [CA]
Zaac Pick – ‘Lighter Side of Blue’ [CA]
Domonique Fricott – ‘Curse Of Too Many Options’ [CA]
D.O.A – ‘Fucked Up Donald’ [CA]
Kimmortal – ‘Breathe’ [CA]
WUT – ‘Groceries’ [CA]
OK Vancouver OK – ‘A Parent (time is catching up)’ [CA]
Taylor Janzen – ‘I Feel A Darkness’ [CA]
Rose Melberg – ‘Take Some Time’ [CA]

Sydney-based indie-pop trio Smudge put out four records on Half-A-Cow Records in the 90’s. We air three tracks from the compilation the Smudge Is True, including the charming The Outdoor Type that was covered by The Lemonheads. Then we air the new single from punk band SCABZ, ‘What You Stand For’, a political track critical of Prime Minister Scott Morrison. The Canadian half of the show features new singles from singer-songwriters Trent Agecoutay, Zaac Pick and Domonique Fricott.

Podcast #369

April 28, 2019

Featuring Nuela Charles, Jim Bryson, Middle Kids and more

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – ‘Do You Love Me’ [AU]
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – ‘Loverman’ [AU]
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – ‘I Let Love In’ [AU]
Jackson Carroll – ‘Holy Hell’ [AU]
Middle Kids – ‘Real Thing’ [AU]
Avantdale Bowling Club – ‘F(r)iends’ [NZ]
New Swears – ‘Bon Voyage’ [CA]
Nuela Charles – ‘Danger’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Now… And Then’ [CA]
Jim Bryson – ‘Better On Drugs’ [CA]
Rae Spoon  – ‘Do Whatever The Fuck You Want’ [CA]
Wild/Kind – ‘Best Friend’s Dad’ [CA]

It’s the 25th anniversary of the landmark 1994 record from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – ‘Let Love In’ – and we air three tracks from it at the top of the show. We share the debut single from Jackson Carroll of Sydney and introduce the acclaimed jazz project of New Zealand’s Tom Scott – Avantdale Bowling Club. Tune in too for tracks from two artists who are nominated for this years’s Edmonton Music AwardsNuela Charles and Trent Agecoutay.

Podcast #334

April 28, 2018

Featuring Flowertruck, Jeremy Dutcher, Kellarissa and more!

Tumbleweed – ‘Stoned’ [AU]
Tumbleweed – ‘Sundial’ [AU]
Tumbleweed – ‘Mr Pharmacist’ [AU]
Scalper – ‘Want’ [NZ]
Flowertruck – ‘Dying To Hear’ [AU]
Primitive Motion – ‘Feed The Signals’ [AU]
Jeremy Dutcher – ‘Mehcinut’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Kokum’s Stories’ [CA]
Mariel Buckley – ‘Rose Coloured Frames’ [CA]
Oh Susanna – ‘Thunderbird’ [CA]
Dennis Ellsworth – ‘The Bottom’ [CA]
Kellarissa – ‘Ocean Electric’ [CA]
shitlordfuckerman – ‘Cicadabanana’ [CA]

It’s fitting to re-visit some tracks from Wollongong-based stoner legends Tumbleweed given the recent 420 celebration here in North America! We feature some country music this week with new tracks from Trent Agecoutay and Mariel Buckley, both of Alberta. Also this week we introduce listeners to Jeremy Dutcher who’s innovative debut album ‘Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa’ includes traditional songs from Wolastoq First Nation communities that were recorded over 100 years ago and preserved on wax cylinders.

Podcast #278

August 3, 2016

Featuring an interview with The Staggers and Jaggs

Frank Yamma -‘Ngura Watjilpa’ [AU]
Frank Yamma – ‘She Cried’ [AU]
Frank Yamma – ‘Everybody’s Talking’ [AU]
Gawurra – ‘Ratja YaliTali’ [AU]
Mapstone – ‘Change’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Runnin’ [CA]
The Joey Only Outlaw Band – ‘No More Trouble In The Peace’ [CA]
Rae Spoon – ‘I Hear Them Calling’ [CA]
The Staggers and Jaggs – ‘Scatscratch’ [CA]
The Staggers and Jaggs – ‘What Do The Crows Know?’ [CA]

We introduce listeners this week to the sublime sounds of Australian Indigenous roots musician Frank Yamma. Frank is a Pitjantjatjara man from Central Australia who speaks 5 languages and sings in both Pitjantjatjara and English. He is about to embark on a rare Canadian tour, with a performance at the Wise Hall in Vancouver on 11 August, followed by the Robson Valley Music Festival on 13th and 14th of August. You can hear tracks from Frank’s albums ‘Countryman’ (2010) and ‘Uncle’ (2014) at the top of this week’s show.

Our special guests this week are East-Vancouver band The Staggers and Jaggs! I caught up with four the members of this energetic gypsy-jazz/rock/blues ensemble at a Sunday morning cafe show in Williams Lake, BC. I was most surprised and pleased to discover that one of the band members hails from Tasmania! Tune in to hear a great chat with these interesting folk.