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Anatomy

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This episode we break apart the new song, Comfortable, by the enigmatic solo electronic musician Lanks, aka Will Cuming. Will breaks down the songs origins, both musically and metaphorically, showing where it originated and how it was built up
This episode is different we don’t just talk about the artist and their perspectives on song writing we break apart a song ("You cannot call for love like a dog") and learn about some of the creative choices made by Oscar, Matt and Tim the fron
In this episode we have the second in our series of Industry Roundtable discussions. We’ll be talking music videos with two great directors who’s clips have over 80 million YouTube views between them. The first is Jeremey Koren who is also a ra
Remi and Sensible J made waves when their first major single Sangria crashed into the Triple J hottest 100, then their most recent album Raw X Infinity won the prestigious Australian Music Prize beating many other notable nominees such as Chet
This is a different type of episode. We are talking to Nick O’Byrne and Carlo Santone who between them have a wide variety of experience within many different areas of the music industry. We wanted to create a show that talked about some of the
In our last episode of the year we are stoked to bring you Triple J’s own, Zan Rowe. We talk about her new show on ABC iView, The Critics, as well as her views and beliefs on feminism. We also talk a lot about her work at Triple J including how
Felix Riebl possess one of the most unique voices in Australian music and is the front man for massively successful band, The Cat Empire. In this episode we talk to Felix about song writing, composing and collaborating. We delve into his solo w
Ryan Shelton has contributed to some of the best Australian comedy on TV in recent years. He’s a founding member of Radio Karate who have made successful shows such as Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year. He’s also written for shows such as “We Can Be Her
Part 2 of the Nicholas Roy interview. In part 2 of this interview we focus on Nick’s 2 stints on reality TV shows (Popstars Live and The Voice) and how the experiences affected him. His answers are extremely thoughtful and genuine and a must li
Jen Cloher is a musician, song writer, performer, label manager, workshop creator, public speaker and much more. If you ever wanted a rounded view of the music industry and how to think about your career as a musician then this is the podcast f
Kate Ceberano is one of Australia's most celebrated musicians. We were stoked to have her on the show & we covered some really interesting stuff. Kate talks about the fickle nature of the Australian music media, mentoring younger artists, her s
Liv Cartledge's music and voice will engulf you within seconds. She plays us two amazing songs and we have a terrific chat about her career and experiences to date. Listen to the show & share so we can let the world know about this amazing new
Chris King Robinson is an amazing blues guitarist and at 20 years old is just starting to set the world on fire. With well over 600,000 Twitter followers and a new EP just released in North America and the UK his star is set to sore. In this in
Jessica Hopper is one of the most important music critics of the past decade. She is now the Senior Editor at Pitchfork and the editor-in-chief at The Pitchfork Review. Jessica has also authored two terrific books, The Girls' Guide To Rocking,
This is part 1 of a 2 part interview. Nick is a Melbourne based singer songwriter who has had tracks voted # 1 on Super Request, reaching # 1 on the JJJ Unearthed Indie chart, and being listed on the JJJ Hitlist.  Having been compared to Peter
Fraser has been making a name for himself around the world as the second coming of Bob Dylan and is now set to explode with the recent release of his first album, Slow Gum. I really enjoyed this chat. Much like his lyrics, Fraser is a great sto
For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of hearing any of Dallas’ music, stop this podcast right now and go and buy their latest album 'Love Army'. For those who are already fans of Dallas or music in general then you are in for a treat.
Ecca Vandal, the Melbourne based singer songer writer, burst on the scene in the last 12 months. Not a lot is known about Ecca so this interview is gold. We had this chat earlier in the year just before she released her second single Battle Roy
Our first episode interviews Husky Gawenda from the Melbourne band Husky and comes on the back of the release of Rucker’s Hill, Husky’s second album. Husky is an award winning song writer who’s lyrics are thoughtful and artfully designed. We ha
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