Triple R Soundscape: 20th February 2017
This week RGV, Broads, Kasey Chambers and more!
Test Pattern Transmissions – A celebration of local music throughout March, live from the Triple R Performance Space each Wednesday at 6.25pm!
Applications are now open for the role of Volunteers Coordinator (part time, 3 days per week).
Ariane Wilkinson from Environmental Justice Australia joins The Grapevine to talk heir latest report into Adani Group’s overseas activities.
Friday 18th November - Sunday 26th February @ State Library Victoria
Saturday 17th December - Sunday 26th March @ ACCA, Southbank
Monday 2nd January - Tuesday 28th February @ University of Melbourne, Parkville
Friday 10th February - Saturday 25th March @ Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio
Friday 17th February - Sunday 12th March @ Malthouse Theatre, Southbank
21st Feb 17 Tuesday 12am-2am
American thrash metal band Nuclear Assault will be joining Simon in the studio for a late night chat.
21st Feb 17 Monday to Friday 6am-9am
Catherine Strong tells us about how fans commemorate music through memorabilia and souvenirs.
21st Feb 17 Tuesday 9am, Tuesday 10am, Tuesday 11am
Joining Amy this week is former Republican Congressman and climate advocate Bob Inglis, author Rebecca Huntley and Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick
21st Feb 17 Tuesday 2pm-4pm
Systa BB is joined by Jambina and Warsaw Village Band stop by for a chat.
21st Feb 17 Tuesday 8pm-10pm
Guest host Sophie Koh joins the gang this week.
21st Feb 17 Tuesday 10pm- Wednesday 12am
This week: Sleep D and Burnt Friedman!
22nd Feb 17 Monday to Friday 6am-9am
Director Rachel Perkins previews her new film Jasper Jones.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 9am, Wednesday 10am, Wednesday 11am
Aussie music legend David Bridie stops by to talk about his new album.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 12pm-2pm
This week Elizabeth and Louise talk to author David Francis about his novel Wedding Bush Road, and to Greg Hill about life as a ghost writer.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 2pm-4pm
Brand new Melbourne collective Dr Sinha's Jazz Lobotomy drop by to talk about their innovative debut single.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 4pm-7pm
Jen Cloher (of Milk! Records) and Joe Alexander (of Bedroom Suck) talk about teaming up to promote Australian artists with their Split Singles Club.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 7pm-8pm
This week the Byte crew chat with Dr Juan Roman of NASA about how technologies that they invent and refine go on to benefit society in general.
22nd Feb 17 Wednesday 10pm - Thursday 12am
Punk rockers The Menzingers share their 'Formative Five'.
23rd Feb 17 Wednesday 12am, Wednesday 1am
Melbourne based three-piece Plaster of Paris stops by to chat about their gig at the Post Office Hotel.
23rd Feb 17 Monday to Friday 6am-9am
Hayley Inch reviews film; Sally Sherwen from Zoos Victoria presents Feature Creature.
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 9am-12pm
Exciting show this week!
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 12pm-2pm
Local producer Moses Carr talks about providing live jams at Hip Hop For Humanity 2.0 at the Gasometer Hotel.
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 4pm-7pm
Perth rockers Methyl Ethel stop by the studio to talk about their new album Everything is Forgotten and the Australian leg of their world tour.
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 7pm-8pm
Adam Pont explores the work of LA indie quartet Warpaint.
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 8pm-10pm
Dave Laing talks about creating compilation album The Glory Days of Aussie Pub Rock.
23rd Feb 17 Thursday 10pm- Friday 12am
Ben Waters has played boogie piano with an intimidating list of music legends, he chats to Max about his current solo world tour.
24th Feb 17 Monday to Friday 6am-9am
New comedy on Friday Funnybugger; live music for Breakfasters live; Melissa Hickey's Women's Footy Report.
24th Feb 17
Steve chats to DJ (and one half of the world renowned duo Orbital) Phil Hartnoll.
24th Feb 17 Friday 7pm-10pm
Annaliese talks to Chinese three-piece Carsick Cars about their Australian tour, plus a chat with Aussie punk sweethearts The Gooch Palms.
25th Feb 17 Midnight Friday-2am
Excursions with Anne Simmons.
25th Feb 17 Saturday 12pm-2pm
This week the Buffs chat with James Hewison from ACMI about his recent trip to Berlinale (the Berlin International Film Festival).
25th Feb 17 Saturday 8pm, Saturday 9pm
Honest and relatable folk-rock group Dag join Emerald in the studio post their debut album Benefits of Solitude launch at The Curtin.
26th Feb 17 Sunday 1pm
Jess Lilley and Marita Dyson will be wandering through the Streets Of Your Town for February.
This week RGV, Ryan Adams, Kasey Chambers and more!
Santilla Chingaipe joins the Breakfasters to chat about her new documentary series.
The founding members of Dead Moon join Annaliese on Max Headroom
Jay Farrar from the American alternative country group joins Brian Wise for a chat.
Ariane Wilkinson from Environmental Justice Australia joins The Grapevine
In which we learn about the horrific life cycle of the notably fecund Gordian worm in ‘Feature Creatures’.
LISTEN taskforce member Katie Pearson visits Parallel Lines to discuss battling the scourge of sexual assault at music venues.
Original drummer for ska band Madness Woody Woodgate shares the ‘Formative Five’ songs that influenced him.
Author Dr Cordelia Fine joins Uncommon Sense to chat about her latest book.
Primitive Calculators drop in to chat to The Grapevine about the underground Chinese music scene.