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Good Fortune: On Nature And Intuition With Electronic Artist Yu Su

On her first Good Fortune of 2021, Jazz Feldy chats with Chinese-born, Vancouver-based DJ, producer, and sound artist Yu Su about her debut LP Yellow River Blue. Yu Su explains how she’s…

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Stolen Moments: Tamil Rogeon On Mixing Viola And Spiritual Jazz

Stolen Moments regular Tamil Rogeon calls in to to chat all about his new album Son of Nyx. Hesitantly described as “the world’s first viola-led spiritual jazz album”, the record brings together…

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Primal Screen: Re-examining The Witch Of Kings Cross With Sonia Bible

Stories of controversial Sydney artist Rosaleen Norton, and allegations of satanic rituals, obscene art and sex orgies, filled tabloid magazines in the 1950s. Director Sonia Bible came across these stories while researching for…

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International Pop Underground: Mary Timony’s Solo Debut, Mountains, 20 Years On

Mary Timony has had a long career in music. She was a teenager in Washington, D.C., in the late-1980s when she formed her first band, Autoclave, with future Slant 6/Quix*o*tic leader Christina Billotte…

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The Mission: Jadah Pleiter On The New Deadly And Proud Campaign

Jadah Pleiter, a Palyku woman from north-west Australia, speaks to Mission host Daniel James about 'Deadly & Proud', a new campaign encouraging truthful storytelling from Aboriginal Victorians and Traditional Owners of Country. It…

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Uncommon Sense: Why Regenerative Agriculture Is The Solution To Some Of Our Biggest Crises

Regenerative farmer and author Charles Massey joins the program to discuss the ideas presented in his (recently updated and re-released) book, Call Of The Reed Warbler: A New Agriculture, A New Earth. In…

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Breakfasters: Carly Findlay On Growing Up Disabled In Australia

Author and appearance activist Carly Findlay joins Breakfasters to share what she learnt from editing the new anthology Growing Up Disabled In Australia, the fifth book in the highly-acclaimed, best-selling series from…

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Far and Wide: Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite Keeps The Love Going

Stuart Braithwaite from Scottish post-rock lifers Mogwai joins Steve Wide to chat all about their new record, As The Love Continues. Recorded during the pandemic with their producer on the other side…

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Mooncake’s Very First Guest Mix From The Analog Girl

Singaporean electronic artist The Analog Girl is the first guest to share a live mix on Mooncake with Small FRY.

Carefully compiled to showcase Asian musicians who have inspired her own sound and…

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Twang: Tracy McNeil Gets Back On Road

After years of splitting her time between work and music, Tracy McNeil decided to go all in on her dreams. She quit her teaching job, sold all of her furniture and set out…

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Off The Record: Director Alex Winter On The New Zappa Documentary

“He was a real cultural titan to us growing up. He was more than just a musician – he was a leader of social, political, sexual culture, as well. And he was hilarious.”

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The Glasshouse: Archie Roach On Life, Music And Healing

Gunditjmara and Bundjalung singer-songwriter and activist Uncle Archie Roach joins Beth AQ for her first show of 2021. For Archie, music has been “part of my life and part of my healing”. His…

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Breaking And Entering: The Contrasts, Contradictions & Discordency Of Goat Girl

Breaking And Entering’s Simon Winkler catches up with Lottie Pendlebury - or as fans prefer to call her, Lottie Clottie Cream - from South London indie quartet Goat Girl.

Lottie shares her…

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The Mission: Incoming SNAICC CEO, Catherine Liddle On The Challenges Confronting Aboriginal Children In 2021

SNAICC is the peak non-government agency responsible for advocating for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Catherine Liddle is the newly appointed CEO of SNAICC and she joins Mission host…

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The Grapevine: Historian Clare Wright Sheds New Light On Mining In Australia

Clare Wright is a La Trobe University history professor and author whose latest Griffith Review essay – “Masters of the Future or Heirs of the Past?” – explores the history of mining in…

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International Pop Underground: The Weather Station’s New LP Interrogates Late-Period Capitalism & Climate Crisis

The Weather Station's new, fifth album is called Ignorance. Tamara Lindeman, the 36-year-old Canadian songwriter behind the project, knows that it's a loaded word. When she first told her partner she was…

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Breakfasters: Pawsitive Impacts Of Dogs In The Office

Dr Jen returns to Breakfasters for the first Weird Science of 2021, bringing good news for dog lovers! Not only can your pooch be your best friend, there’s science supporting that they make…

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Different Shades Full Circle

A First Birthday Mix From Different Shades For Full Circle

On the first birthday of Full Circle, host Millú plays a special guest mix put together by Melbourne DJ and producer Different Shades (Skylab Radio, LOADING_ERROR). The mix, which features a plethora…

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Breakfasters: Author Jess Hill Explains Coercive Control

In 2015, England and Wales criminalised coercive control – a pattern, typical in domestic abuse, that includes an “alternation between compassion, even periods that feel like love, and punishment”. What would it look…

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Luke Pearson Joins Surrounded

Surrounded is a five-week show that attempts to make sense of what our media chooses to elevate, why and how (airing Thursdays 7pm to 8pm). In their debut episode, co-hosts Jess Lilley and…