‘The License to Interpret Dreams’, is an intensely focussed dreamworld produced by Antonymes aka Ian Hazeldine. his music emerges from the adjustments and erasures where music expresses nothing but itself, from the relationship between continuity and repetition rather than of contract and interplay. On top of that he is an absolute top bloke. Our feature album for this episode first became available in 2010; it didn’t really sound like it belonged in that year, at the time or now, too ancient seeming, too abstract, too intimate, too damned heart breaking! This edition features some stellar musicians reinterpreting Antonymes dreams. Essential.Read More
Paul Andrews has been writing great songs for many years now, initially as a part of Lazy Susan and in more recent years with his solo project, Family Fold. Paul joins us to chat about working with Nashville producer/mult-instrumentalist Brad Jones on his recent ripper release, Ashfield Skyline and about his song writing technique. As well, sublime folk from UK ensemble The Willows, soulful pop from NYC’s 79.5, plus essential new releases from Gregory Alan Isakov, Grand Salvo and The Other Years.Read More
I’m currently obsessively listening to GADADU’s album Outer Song. With a kaleidoscopic sense of time and texture, GADADU weaves odd-meter grooves, synth-spiked orchestral arrangements, and unorthodox song forms into a dreamy, soulful sound. As a big fan of Melbourne’s Tulalah, I have found a kindred spirit with this release. Stunning. As well more soulful grooves from Chelsea Wilson, Cookin’ With Three Burners abd Part Time.Read More
An excellent return by one of my favourite Australian electronic artists, Broken Chip. Maybe Sometimes She Haunts is inspired by long afternoons and transitions, and created amid the amazing landscapes of the Blue Mountains. We feature this new release on the excellent Flaming Pines label on this episode plus some of Marty’s older works as well.Read More
Zac Denton (pictured far left) was the youngest member of The Ocean Party, who sadly passed away after complications with a cyst blocking the fluids from draining his brain. He was 24. Zac left Wagga Wagga at 18 to join his brother Lachlan, who along with his High School mates had formed their excellent band, working tirelessly recording eight albums and touring extensively around the country. Zac was an excellent producer, songwriter and contributed to other stellar outfits like Ciggie Witch, Pregnancy and Hobby Farm. This show is dedicated to him. We also pay tribute to the passing of Tony Joe White and unveil some great new releases from Canadian Madeline Roger, duo Desi and Cody and two doses of excellent guitar instrumentals from Nathan Salsburg and Jim Ghedi teaming up with Toby Hay.Read More
Ouvala are Ian Hawgood (Home Normal) and Tim Diagram (Handstitched). Our feature is their latest release, their second – “Multiperspectivity” which features nine collaborative pieces, thrown back and forth
several times. It is a characteristic of sound, short stories and mystical adventures where both musical perspectives are projected to the listener.