Cong Josie is the hedonistic side-project of musician Nic Oogjes, bandleader of Melbourne ensemble NO ZU. And he's coming to Triple R! Cong Josie will join Simon Winkler on Breaking & Entering for a special live stream on Thursday July 22 at 5pm, performing tracks from his debut mixtape Persephone’s Underworld.
Join Daniel James for a very special episode of The Mission on Tuesday 27 July from 7pm, as we live-stream a conversation with Dr Anita Heiss, who will discuss her new novel, activism and work with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
MIFF Artistic Director Al Cossar gives Breakfasters the rundown on the festival’s 69th program, featuring 40 world premieres, over 280 films and 10 XR experiences, which get “a bit more outside of virtual reality”.
Clem Bastow was diagnosed as Autistic at age 36 and has spent the last few years figuring out what this means. The award-winning cultural critic and Superfluity co-host joins Breakfasters to chat about her new book Late Bloomer: How An Autism Diagnosis Changed My Life.
British three-piece band Drug Store Romeos have the dream pop genre downpat. The latest young band to tackle the softly psychedelic sound, they bring a refreshing peppiness to the genre’s traditionally hazy and dense song structure, offering songs that arrive like warm, comforting hugs from an old friend - think Galaxie 500 and Cocteau Twins with a splash of Tom Tom Club.
“Even for people who have suffered incredible injustices and ongoing trauma, there is agency, there is resilience, there is love, there is affection, there is generosity and there is deep, deep knowledge.” Author Larissa Behrendt joins Mel to chat about her latest novel After Story – the inspiration, the research involved and the bigger themes.
Engineer, cook and YouTuber Alex “French Guy Cooking” tells Eat It about the art of sauce-making and YouTube-video creation.
“Some of my earliest memories are of George throwing jacks around and belting out [...] Grease songs.” Musician brothers Fenn and George Wilson interview each other for Vital Bits.
Luritja woman Jess Beck chats to Neil Morris about her dance-pop outfit Pirra.
Call Me If You Get Lost is the latest album from Tyler, the Creator. It's the follow up to 2019's Grammy-winning LP IGOR. These new songs balance a sense of nostalgia with a forward-looking perspective, providing a showcase for the artist's skills as a writer, rapper and producer.
Requiem For A Scream
Languid, gentle metal to usher you into a beautiful world – wherever you are.
Samira Farah catches up with artist Keg de Souza, chef Nornie Bero from Mabu Mabu, and more.
Michael Mohammed Ahmad tells Mel all about his new novel The Other Half Of You.
Learn about the St Martin's Youth Theatre production of US and the Yalinguth mobile app launch, part of Gertrude Street Projection Festival.
Byte Into IT
The crew chat to drummer, composer, instrument designer and researcher Dr Alon Ilsar.
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