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This weeks highlights


Vital Bits

Saturday & Sunday 6am-9am

24th Jun 17

Garage rock artist Hollie Joyce will be coming in to talk about her 7” Split Single with Baby Blue and upcoming gig at the Evelyn in support of Blyolk. 

Off The Record

Saturday 9am-12pm

24th Jun 17

Americana star Jason Isbell discusses his new album The Nashville Sound recorded with his band the 400 Unit. Louisiana guitarist Sonny Landreth phones in to talk about his new live album. Sydney's El Duende, join us in the studio for a chat and a live performance.

Tomorrow Never Knows

Saturday 8pm, Saturday 9pm

24th Jun 17

Melbourne audiovisual duo friendships, aka Nic and Mish, known for their chaotic future sound and captive live performances, join Emerald in studio for a special live track and chat ahead of their appearence at Leaps and Bounds music festival. 


Saturday 10pm- Sunday 12am

24th Jun 17

Singer-songwriter and former frontman of The Only Ones Peter Perrett will be on the show to discuss the release of his debut solo album, The West Was Won. 

New Pollution

Monday 12am-2am

26th Jun 17

MASCO SOUND SYSTEM bring their musical good vibes to New Pollution tonight.

Room With a View

Monday 12pm- 1pm

26th Jun 17

Carolyn Weeks will be dropping by to discuss the Murrindindi Beanie Festival, which is an event showcasing beanies of all varieties over the 22nd and 23rd of July. Tom Ballard will be chatting about Comedy for Good, which is a benefit event being held to raise funds for Refugee Legal with performances by Tom Gleeson, Tommy Little, and more. Jessica Schweintek will also be on the show to talk about Noir Darkroom, which functions as an art gallery, darkroom, and studio space. 


Monday 4pm-7pm

26th Jun 17

Dave Mudie is a multi-instrumentalist and plays alongside the likes of Courtney Barnett, Baby Blue, and The Ronson Hangup. He’ll be on today’s show to talk about his latest solo project, L.A. Mood, and latest single, ‘Virgin Song’.

Local and/or General

Monday 8pm-10pm

26th Jun 17

This week, Melbourne/Geelong-based quartet School Damage will be discussing their self-titled debut album and performing some tracks from it live from the RRR Performance Space.

Uncommon Sense

Tuesday 9am, Tuesday 10am, Tuesday 11am

27th Jun 17

Dr Bronwyn King, radiation oncologist and CEO of Tobacco Free Portfolios joins Amy in the studio to discuss the growing movement that's getting superannuation funds to divest from tobacco; philosopher Clive Hamilton talks about how human activity has created a new and dangerous epoch in his new book, Defiant Earth: The Fate of Humans in the Anthropocene; artists Pia Johnson and Janelle Low on the Chinese Whispers And Other Stories exhibition at Blindside Gallery – it shows the work of four young female artists of Chinese descent telling stories of cultural identity, migration and belonging in Australia today; plus New Matilda's, Ben Eltham, on the latest in federal politics.


Wednesday 12pm-2pm

28th Jun 17

Author of Where the Trees Were, Nest, and Mr Wigg, Inga Simpson will be dropping by to discuss Understory, which is her latest memoir.

Get Down

Thursday 12pm-2pm

29th Jun 17

Five-piece funk group The Vaudeville Smash will be in the studios to chat about their new single, ‘Driving Me Wild’, and its upcoming launch at the Howler on June 30th. 

Far And Wide

30th Jun 17

Singer-songwriter Ben Ottewell will be joining Steve Wide to talk about Gomez’s new release, ‘Coming Up for Air’; as well as his new solo album, A Man Apart, which he will be touring around Australia.

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