Month: May 2023

1/2/3/4 — #269 — A Matter of Luck

Jesse Glass is a Melbourne/Narrm born, London-based musician and songwriter. As the former drummer with Tulalah, he’s continuing to create beautiful complex music, a surprising blend of dark yet gorgeous harmonies and layered guitar. We will also revisit a track from his former group Tulalah plus the fantastic return of duo The Yearlings, magic harmonies from the Hackles and compelling twee pop from Special Friend.

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1/2/3/4 — #268 — The Fooler

In this episode, featuring the latest cracking album from Nick Waterhouse. The Fooler is a song-cycle of sorts, the arc of the album telling a tale of a city and its denizens. In Nick’s music you will hear echoes of things you might think you know, the ghost of rhythm and blues, garage rock, radio soul and wee-small-hours balladry – but reconfigured, made new. Exciting!

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1/2/3/4 — #267 — So Much

Based in Sao Paulo and formed in 2017, Tagua Tagua is headed by songwriter and producer Felipe Puperi. Recorded in the rural outskirts of Sao Paulo there is a sense of yearning that permeates throughout the set list of ten unapologetic love songs that fly between lush psychedelic pop to warm, beat-laden neo-soul with Brazilian flavor. Magic! Plus eight other wonky/dreamy pop tracks for you to enjoy.

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1/2/3/4 — #266 — Take The Blame

Nine stunning new tracks from artists you need to here. Hannah Cameron returns with her first new track in three years and it’s a brilliant slice of mantra pop. Plus dreamy pop from Double Wish, gorgeous gentle sounds from Tasmania’s Caelo, classic Aussie rock from supergroup Sand Brothers and cherished folk artist Lucy Wise’s latest release.

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