Triple R Soundscape: 3rd August 2015
Check out what's in this week's Soundscape here!
This week from Monday - Thursday we go live from the MIFF's Festival Lounge at The Forum Theatre daily between 4 and 7pm. Come on down!
They brough the sun to the Performance Space during Maps. Check it out as they play their track 'Feeling Ok'.
Jonathan Alley celebrates the life and work of the intensely private and secretive Japanese producer and composer Susumu Yakota.
Saturday 18th July - Sunday 9th August @ Malthouse Theatre, Southbank
Thursday 30th July - Sunday 16th August @ Various Venues
Monday 3rd August - Thursday 6th August @ Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Friday 7th August - Sunday 9th August @ Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne
Friday 14th August - Thursday 27th August @ Various Venues
4th Aug 15
We talk books, tech and Joel Deane comes in to talk about his new book, 'Catch and Kill'.
5th Aug 15
We talk state politics, science, culture and emotions.
5th Aug 15
Jon Spencer plays his Formative Five!
6th Aug 15
We talk film, birds and the movie 'Nasty Baby'.
6th Aug 15
Tim Cashmere previews the innaugural Supersense festival, taking place at the Arts Centre from August 7-9.
7th Aug 15 midnight Friday
Hellzapoppin' is back! Throughout August Eli Schoulal will be bringing the wild sounds of the 1940s, 50s and 60s to the Tabula Rasa time-slot.
7th Aug 15
We talk maths! Breakfasters Live...
Support vibrant radio this Radiothon. Running from 14th till 23rd August 2015.
This week Pain, Kerbside, Storms and more!
Steve, Josh and Alicia hear about her documentary Gayby Baby.
Dylan and Kulja chat to the songster siblings on The Grapevine.
So what is the current state of the hospitality industry? The intrepid Eat It team chat with hospitality expert Tony Eldred to find out.
Sean Simmons from The Spoils and Chris Hollow from The Sand Pebbles discuss their upcoming tribute to The Velvet Underground’s first two albums.
Astrophysicist Katie Mack joins the Breakfasters to fill us in on a new planet with the catchiest name ever.
The band stopped by to play live on Test Pattern. Watch as they perform their track 'Twilight Driving'.
Zora Sanders joins Jeff Sparrow to talk about their historical relevance and symbolism.
It’s a fun name to pronounce and Shlohmo’s a fun guy to chat with as Simon Winkler found out.