Rob Craig New Buck Biloxi

Neon Sunset: New Buck Biloxi's Rob Craig Interview & Guest Selection

Mainstay of NOLA punk Rob Craig is back with a new album from New Buck Biloxi - Celular Automaton via Total Punk. Rob joins Annaliese to drop truth bombs, share the "rules of…

White Lung by Lindsey Byrnes

International Pop Underground: Canadian Punks White Lung on Releasing Their Final Album

When White Lung announced the long-awaited release of their fifth LP, Premonition —their first full-length since 2016's Paradise— they billed it as their final album, a swansong to bring the long-running Canadian…

Georgia Maq by Jess Gleeson

International Pop Underground: Camp Cope's Georgia Maq on Making Music & Making Chaos

"My motto is: 'when in doubt, freak 'em out'," says Georgia Maq. "I just want to keep people constantly guessing. I want people to never know what to expect from me."

In the…

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黑芝麻 & 妹妹

Mooncake Guest Mix: 黑芝麻 and 妹妹 Stay Connected to Each Other Through Their Siblings Mix

For siblings 黑芝麻 (Hei Zhi Ma) and 妹妹 (Rebecca), music has always been shared as a way to stay connected to each other. In the guest mix, the sisters have collected favourite tracks…

Megan Krakouer

The Mission: Megan Krakouer on Indigenous Suicide Rates and Youth Incarceration

Mineng Noonga woman and Project Director of the National Suicide Prevention and Truama Recovery Project, joins host of the Mission Daniel James. Megan describes how we are failing to close the gap when…

Sampa The Great - As Above, So Below

The Distant Sky: Sampa The Great Brings Zambia Back To Naarm

Sampa The Great makes her return to Melbourne this weekend, debuting a brand new show that has been in the making for quite some time, and showcasing her latest album As Above, So

Paulie Stewart All The Rage

The Australian Mood: Paulie Stewart’s New Memoir Is All The Rage

Many know Paulie Stewart as an Australian rock legend, fronting Melbourne punk band Painters & Dockers. He has also worked as a journalist for the Herald Sun and has been a strong advocate…

Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here

Spring Passage: Heather Rose Explores Strange Connections In Her Memoir 'Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here'

Tasmanian author Heather Rose has returned with her new memoir Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here. Rose, whose previous novels include the bestseller Bruny and the Stella Prize-winning The Museum of Modern Love

Mia Mala McDonald

Breakfasters: Behind Once in a Lullaby, A New Book Of Photography Celebrating Australian Rainbow Families

Once in a Lullaby: A Portrait of Australian Rainbow Families is a new book of photography celebrating rainbow families across Australia. Inspired by the rollercoaster of emotions brought about by the same-sex marriage…


Full Circle: Perko on Sound Design, Collaboration & First Impressions

Glasgow-born, Copenhagen-based producer and DJ Perko has just completed his debut Australian tour. He joins Millú on his final night in Melbourne to debrief on his time here, share thoughts on his approach…

Jake Robertson Alien Nosejob Annaliese Redlich

Neon Sunset: A Battle for Rock Supremacy with Alien Nosejob!

Alien Nosejob's Jake Robertson joins Annaliese on on Neon Sunset to talk about his brand new Oz rock inflenced record 'Stained Glass' out now through Anti-Fade. The two then go toe to toe…

Camylle Reynolds

Neon Sunset: Camylle Reynolds Talks Typical Girls Vol. 6

Now in it's 6th volume, Typical Girls surveys the finest in current punk, indie, and darkwave female fronted music from all corners of the globe. Musician, music writer, educator and curator of the…

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Fat Mike - Formative Five

The Golden Age of Piracy: Fat Mike from NOFX selects his Formative Five

NOFX are calling it quits after amost 40 years, and to mark the landmark decision are touring the world one last time. Ahead of their Australian leg, frontman Fat Mike joins Tristen to…


Frantic Items: Repetitious Joy With Minami Deutsch

This week, for the first time in Australia, Minami Deutsch bring their heady interpretation of kosmische musik to the stage. Kyotaro Miula and Keita Ise from the band join Frantic Items, via the…

Bebe Backhouse

Banksia: Writer Bebe Backhouse yarns about creative practice and award winning piece 'If This Is the End: Stories of Perpetual Echoes in a Corridor'

Bardi Jawi writer Bebe Backhouse joins Vanessa Morris on Banksia to talk about recieving the 2022 Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Award and Life Writing Award for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers for…

Carly Rae Jepsen by Jasmine Safaeian

International Pop Underground: Carly Rae Jepsen on Loneliness, Lockdown & Lost Songs

For her newly-released fifth album, The Loneliest Time, Carly Rae Jepsen worked on over 100 songs.

Collaborating with a range of producers including Rostam, Bullion, Lewis OfMan and Patrik Berger, often via…

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Taka Perry

Mooncake Guest Mix: Taka Perry's Favourites from the Japanese Hip-Hop Scene

Australian-Japanese producer Taka Perry shares a mix of his favourites from the Japanese hip-hop scene including JUMADIBA, Awich and JP THE WAVY plus his own tracks from recently released EP KAKOMIRAI and old…


The Good, The Dub, & The Global: Get Ready For The Jamaican Music And Food Festival

DJ Stick Mareebo's mission is simple: to promote Jamaican music, food, and culture. He pops in to say hello to Systa BB on The Good, The Dub and The Global, and to…

Andrea James

The Mission: Andrea James on Sunshine Super Girl and the Craft of Theatre

Yorta Yorta and Gunaikurnai writer and director, Andrea James joins host of The Mission, Daniel James to talk about her latest production Sunshine Super Girl.

Cool Sounds

Breaking and Entering: Cool Sounds Dial Up The Disco On New Record ‘Like That’

Triple R’s Album of the Week, Like That is the fifth album from Melbourne artist Dainis Lacey’s project Cool Sounds, an experimental and transformative solo project for Dainis. Throughout his experimental songwriting journey…