Diatom Deli by Corey King

International Pop Underground: Diatom Deli's Ambient-Folk Jams Are Filled with Feeling

"My music is an exact reflection of who I am, and what I'm experiencing in the world at that time," offers Delisa Paloma-Sisk, the Tennessee-born, New Mexico-based artist who records as Diatom Deli.

A Cleaner Coast 22

Radio Marinara: Help Clean Up The Surf Coast This Sunday

A Cleaner Coast is a not-for-profit, community-run environmental organisation based on the Surf Coast. This Sunday, May 22 they are holding the 3228 Beach Clean-up and Afterparty, inviting residents and visitors to…

Ry Cooder and Taj

Off The Record: Ry Cooder On How The Blues Brought Him And Taj Mahal Back Together

In part one of a two-part interview, Legendary guitarist and Off The Record regular Ry Cooder calls into the show to chat about his reunion with Taj Mahal, 50 years in the making…

Freya Josephine Hollick 2022

Freya Josephine Hollick Shares Her Formative Five

Expect the unexpected as Freya Josephine Hollick shares her Formative Five with Tristen Harris on The Golden Age Of Piracy. From Gene Clark to Aretha Franklin, the Ballarat-based country/folk musician has a diverse…

cate le bon

Breaking and Entering: Cate Le Bon Might Not Be Touring If Not For Courtney Barnett

According to a recent tweet from Perfume Genius, Cate Le Bon is “the only cool person left!”. So it’s with great privilege that Breaking And Entering chat to her ahead of her Australian…


Uncommon Sense: Behind The Policies Of The 2022 Election Campaign

In this first instalment of an ongoing series spotlighting policy during the 2022 federal election campaign, Guardian Australia's social affairs and inequality editor Luke Henriques-Gomes joins Amy to discuss what social policies…


Radio Marinara: A Deep Dive Into Spider Crabs

Every year thousands of spider crabs gather in the Mornington Peninsula. These crabs aggregate for moulting, but there is still very little known about these fabulous creatures.

To help solve this most mysterious…

david mccomb

The Australian Mood: Jonathan Alley joins Neil Rogers To Take Us On A Musical Journey With The Triffids

Triple R legend and former Under The Sun presenter Jonathan Alley delves into the deep-cuts of The Triffids and how they’ve shaped his new documentary about the band and its charismatic lead singer…

Jeanines by Tasha Lutek

International Pop Underground: Jeanines Build Brisk LPs from 2-Minute "Indie-Pop Gems"

On their new, second album Don't Wait For A Sign, New York-born indie-pop duo Jeanines display a devotion to economy. Every song is under two minutes long, and the whole clocks in…

Hater by David Möller

International Pop Underground: Sweden's Hater Find Something More "Powerful" on 'Sincere'

When Hater were starting out in Malmö, Sweden, they had big dreams. "We wanted to tour the world and be a rockstar," laughs guitarist/vocalist Caroline Landahl. "Before you ever played your first show…

Melody's Echo Chamber by Diane Sagnier

International Pop Underground: Peace & Motherhood Inform the New LP for French Psych-Pop Producer Melody's Echo Chamber

For Melody Prochet, the 35-year-old French songwriter and producer who records as Melody's Echo Chamber, Australia will always hold a special place in her heart.

Her 2012 self-titled debut album was recorded, in…

Let's Eat Grandma by El Hardwick

International Pop Underground: How Friendship Tensions Led to Let's Eat Grandma's Incredible New LP

When Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth formed Let's Eat Grandma in Norwich, England, they were 13-year-old best friends, out to have fun and experiment in music.

But by they time they were working…


Jenny Hval Joins Breaking And Entering To Discuss How Melbourne Influenced Her New Album

Having lived in Melbourne in the early 2000s, Norwegian artist Jenny Hval has a unique connection with the city. It seems especially fitting then, that Hval join Simon Winkler on Breaking and Entering…


Dr Josephine Caust Joins SmartArts To Ask The Big Questions About Arts And Culture In Australia

Does Australia need a national Ministry for Culture? Can the arts be de-corporatised? Ahead of the federal election, Richard Watts is joined by Associate Professor Josephine Caust to discuss these questions and other…


Breaking And Entering: Khruangbin Talk Leon Bridges Collabs + Record Shopping

Triple R favourites Khruangbin stop by Breaking And Entering for a chat about their 'First Class' world tour, the band’s latest activities and their love of record shopping while on tour. 

Founding band…

Širom by Uroš Abram

International Pop Underground: Slovenia's Širom Author Avant-Garde Epics with Folk Instruments

In the lead up to the release of their fourth LP, The Liquified Throne of Simplicity, Slovenian outfit Širom played a host of underground, off-the-grid shows in rural settings: in forests, stables…

Romero Publicity Image 2022

Teenage Hate: Behind Romero’s New LP Turn It On!

Since bursting onto the scene with their great single “Honey” in early 2020, Romero have been steadily building up buzz for their debut LP Turn It On!, which is now finally out…

Warren Ellis Publicity Image 2022

Warren Ellis Joins Neon Sunset

Iconic local muso Warren Ellis tells Annaliese about returning to our shores, the creative process, his latest album Carnage with Nick Cave, and Ellis Park (a wildlife sanctuary he set up in Sumatra).

Kurt Vile Publicity Image 2022

Vital Bits: Taking It Slow With Kurt Vile

On the week of the release of his latest record (watch my moves), Triple R’s Album Of The Week, Philadelphia singer/songwriter Kurt Vile chats to Tim about the new LP. After releasing…

Lano & Woodley on Radio Marinara 1200

Lano & Woodley On Radio Marinara

For the 2022 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Lano & Woodley have raised the anchor, set sail and taken on the big seas of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. The legendary comedy duo tell…