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Everyday People – 19 February 2021

Everyday Peoples' 26th episode features tracks from Pearls, M.S.O.L, Whisper Dish, GODTET, Stevan and a snippet of La Luz's Live From a Black Hole performance.

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Everyday People – 12 February 2021

Everyday Peoples' 25th episode features tracks from Romero, Mindy Meng Wang 王萌, Tim Shiel, Spiritual Mafia, Black Ends, Lollise and Ruban Riley.

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Everyday People - 5 February 2021

Everyday People's first show for 2021 features a range of tracks from artists including Farhot, Sachem, The Pro-Teens, French Vanilla, Madlib, Snooper, Sick Thoughts and Dancingwater.

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Everyday People – 18 December 2020

Everyday People's 23rd and final episode for 2020 features cool tracks from a number of artists including Golden Helmet, Vintage Crop, Satanic Togas, Damaged Bug and Bloodbags.

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Everyday People – 11 December 2020

Episode 22 of Everyday People feature a range of artists based across so-called Australia including Straight Arrows, Ill Globo, Gutter Girls, Allara, Chook Race and Future Suck.

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Everyday People – 4 December 2020

Episode 21 of Everyday People features new tracks from Zombeaches, Screensaver, Alice Skye, Broden Tyrrell, Mamalarky and Ausecuma Beats.

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Everyday People – 27 November 2020

Everyday People is on a mini-break, but here is two hours of music.

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Everyday People – 20 November 2020

Everyday People is on a mini-break, but here is two hours of music.

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Everyday People – 13 November 2020

Episode 20 of Everyday People showcases First Nations artists in light of NAIDOC Week. Vanessa also has a yarn with First Nations artist Tessa Thames about her new single.

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Everyday People – 6 November 2020

Episode 19 of Everyday People features a variety of new music from Drmngnow feat. Emily Wurramara, Suggs, Moth, ECB, Flohio and Kwame feat Arno Faraji.

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Growing up on a steady diet of hip hop and punk, Yorta Yorta woman Vanessa Morris will bring you a range of jams spanning between the two, and then some

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