The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre are holding their annual Telethon to raise funds for people seeking asylum this coming Thursday – and Triple R’s Breakfasters will join them live in their phone room from 6am to 9am.
We’ve assembled a cracker lineup of talent to keep subscribers entertained this June as part of our Winter Warmer event series. Join us for live performances from Sharon Van Etten, Kelsey Lu, Tiana Khasi, Art of Fighting, and more.
Singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten tells Triple R host Jazz Feldy, ‘I find that whenever I focus on the past, I get sad; whenever I focus on the future, I get anxious; and whenever I’m at my most sane, I’m being present.’ Stream her full convo – then settle in for a helluva live set with Sharon’s full band, right here in Triple R Performance Space.
Brisbane-based future-soul artist Tiana Khasi (performing live for Triple R subscribers Friday week) is proud of her Khasi heritage. The society is stridently matrilineal: the youngest daughter of the family inherits all property; men live in their mother-in-law’s house after marriage; and children take their mother’s surname.
'Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest' is the latest album from acclaimed Austin-based singer-songwriter Bill Callahan, also known for his work under the Smog recording name. With his unmistakable baritone and gentle acoustic arrangements Bill Callahan conjures an intimate vista of domestic bliss balanced with broader reflections on the passage of time.
Associate Professor Luke Birchill joins the show to chat about Indigenous heart health.
Peo Michie and Heather Joan Day tell us about Interstitial, an event exploring life between cultures from EWF and Liminal.
Podcaster Helen Zaltzman chats about her upcoming live shows at Howler, and Claire G. Coleman teases the future of libraries from EWF.
Rookies side-project Claps give us the lowdown on their upcoming shows.
Breaking And Entering
Ada Lea swings into the studio to give Lauren and Simon the brief on her new album and Australian tour.
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