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Season 7 of Rewind goes behind the scenes of Something For Kate’s revered Echolalia album. Twenty years after its release Steve Bell talks to band members Paul Dempsey, Stephanie Ashworth and Clint Hyndman along with the album’s producer Trina
Rewind’s seventh season commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Something For Kate’s Echolalia. This episode delves into how the band broke an epic spell of writer’s block with a trip to Thailand. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out
This season of Rewind marks twenty years since the release of Something For Kate’s Echolalia. This episode finds the band buckling down for recording sessions in INXS member Garry Beers' studio as US producer Trina Shoemaker pushes past her ini
As the oral history of Something For Kate’s Echolalia continues, the band and team discuss what is was like to have the first single from the album rejected by the head of Sony. That initially-rejected track Monsters would go on to be the band’
The season finale of Rewind’s deep dive into Something For Kate’s 2001 classic Echolalia. Here the band discuss the reaction to the album’s release, including the overwhelming success of lead single Monsters. Steve Bell is also joined by Missy
This season of Rewind marks 35 years since the release of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional. Steve Bell talks to band members Rob McComb and Graham Lee along with the band’s former manager Sally Collins, composer Adam Peters who played on Bor
Season 6 of Rewind marks 35 years since the release of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional. Episode 2 reveals that despite the band’s break out success in Europe, they realised this album would be recorded with next-to-no budget and no label ba
Rewind’s sixth season marks 35 years since the release of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional. This episode breaks down the process of recording the album and the legacy of the late David McComb’s lyrics and song concepts. See acast.com/privacy
This season of Rewind celebrates 35 years since the release of The Triffids' Born Sandy Devotional. Episode 4 explores the band’s unexpected inclusion on the legendary Australian Made arena tour and the lasting influence of the album’s single W
The final episode of this season of Rewind discusses the how the impact of The Triffids’ Born Sandy Devotional has grown over the years. Rob McComb, Graham Lee, Sally Collins, Adam Peters and Nick Mainsbridge are joined by musician Mick Thomas
Season 5 of Rewind commemorates the 25th anniversary of Regurgitator’s debut album Tu-Plang. In this episode the band discuss the reaction to the album (including Alan Jones' call to ban one of the tracks), fame and their reticence to break the
Season 5 of Rewind commemorates the 25th anniversary of Regurgitator’s debut album Tu-Plang. In this episode the Brisbane trio discuss the wild adventure that was the album's recording session in Thailand with producer Magoo, manager Paul Curti
This season of Rewind commemorates the 25th anniversary of Regurgitator’s debut album Tu-Plang. Steve Bell talks to original members Quan Yeomans, Ben Ely and Martin Lee along with the behind-the-scenes team who were there as the album was made
In this season of Rewind, Daryl Braithwaite sits down with Steve Bell for a two-part oral history of how The Horses came to be. Joined by The Horses producer Simon Hussey and Braithwaite superfan Myf Warhurst, Steve Bell discovers behind-the-sc
In this season of Rewind, Daryl Braithwaite sits down with Steve Bell for a two-part oral history of how The Horses came to be. Joined by The Horses producer Simon Hussey and Braithwaite superfan Myf Warhurst, Steve Bell discovers behind-the-sc
Founding members of The Avalanches, Robbie Chater and Tony Di Blasi go deep into the making of Since I Left You - this episode discussing what happened once global fame came knocking and wild concert performances that led to broken legs and sca
Founding members of The Avalanches, Robbie Chater and Tony Di Blasi go deep into the making of Since I Left You - this episode discussing a life-changing health crisis and the massive task of clearing thousands of samples. See acast.com/privacy
Founding members of The Avalanches, Robbie Chater and Tony Di Blasi are joined by a cast of characters who were there as the iconic album Since I Left You was created in the late ‘90s.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
UK singer-songwriter Billy Bragg discusses how he dodged becoming a pop star while taking us through his classic early albums Workers Playtime, Don’t Try This At Home and William Bloke. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
UK singer-songwriter Billy Bragg takes us back to the origins of music career. From how he hid his folk leanings to get gigs in rock venues, Bragg then takes us through his first three albums: Life’s A Riot With Spy V Spy, Brewing Up With Billy
How the industry team trusted with guiding their careers helped three mid-teen mates thrust into the national spotlight strive to fight the novelty tag, ignoring the pressures of expectation to focus on their powerful music and make a debut alb
'Frogstomp' has already been a runaway success at home, but now the prodigal teen rockers - and their industry allies behind the scenes - set their sights firmly on the rest of the world: will the music and approach that worked so well in Austr
From humble beginnings in suburban Newcastle, a single eight-minute song conceived in a school kid's bedroom leads to the initial sparks of success, paths and destinies converging and a nation quickly besotted. See acast.com/privacy for privacy
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