Month: September 2018

1/2/3/4 — #68 — One Punch with Davey Craddock

Davey Craddock has delivered a fantastic follow up to his 2016 release, City West – it’s an urgent, anxious and dark collection of tunes lyrically and sonically, with a dash of noise and chaos in the mix. That doesn’t mean the songs are messy, Davey is class songwriter with a stellar attention to detail that will drag you in. He joins me via Skype from Perth ahead of his East Coast tour and performances at Dashville Skyline and Out on The Weekend. As well from the West, Carla Geneve and Bri Clark who have incredibly bright futures, Angie McMahon in session and the return of Sydney’s Family Fold.

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1/2/3/4 — #67 — Here Comes the Ukulele Death Squad

Discover how dangerous a Ukelele can be as Ben and Julian from Ukelele Death Squad pop in to chat about their new single Not Afraid ahead of a National tour. As well, top notch new releases from Grand Salvo (oh SOOO good!) The Goon Sax, Davey Woodward and Laura Carbone teams up with The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

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1/2/3/4 — #66 — Ghost Forests

Two of my favourite musicians team up for an exciting new release. Meg Baird’s beguiling voice first came to my ears through her work with Espers and since has carved a distinctive solo career as well as a part of the heavier ensemble, Heron Oblivion. Mary Lattimore is an excellent harpist and composer from Los Angeles. Although friends, they have never worked together. .With access to a deep pool of shared influences, Meg and Mary have assembled a collection of sounds conjured from harp, guitar (both acoustic and electric), synths, the human voice, and a shared poetic language. As well, stunning folk from UK’s Mishaped Pearls, clever indie folk-pop from Tasmania’s Emma Anglesey and we meet Perth’s Little Lord Street Band.

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Quiet Space — #63 — Patterns

A themed show around patterns with our feature release from N Chambers – an excellent new deep listening experience on Longform Editions. Emerging from a love of early electronics, concrete/tape music, soundtracks and early new age, Norm Chambers – formerly working as Panabrite – creates worlds of sound that touch on many elements and moods, from spatially motivated ambient to aspects of minimalist composition and improvisation.

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