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Invasion Day Broadcast

Share the Spirit Festival Broadcast 2024

Triple R crossed live to the Share the Spirit festival, presented by Songlines Aboriginal Music, at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

A bunch of your favourite Triple R presenters hosed the broadcast –

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Undercurrents: First People's Music Special

On Undercurrents, in the lead up to Invasion Day, Judith is joined in the studio by Arrernte woman, academic, DJ and broadcaster Suzi Hutchings, host of Subway Sounds on PBS radio, for a…

Interview
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The International Pop Underground: UK Post-Punk(-ish) Outfit Chemtrails Are Obsessed with Puns & The Apocalypse

Across three albums —2018's Calf of the Sacred Cow, 2020's The Peculiar Smell of the Inevitable, and their newly-issued LP The Joy of Sects— Manchester outfit Chemtrails have made a…

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The Grapevine: Vic Treaty Update with the First People’s Assembly

Proud Gunditjmara man and Co-Chair of the First People’s Assembly of Victoria, Rueben Berg, joins Anna Strempel for a Victorian treaty update for 2024.

They discuss the current state of Treaty progress, how…

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Teenage Hate: A Tribute to Benaiah Fiu

For his first show back for 2024, Tim Scott dedicates this episode of Teenage Hate to Gold Coast musician and guitarist Benaiah Fui, who very sadly passed away last week. Tim shares some…

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The Golden Age of Piracy: Nabihah Iqbal's Formative Five

Fresh off her debut live Melbourne show at The Night Cat, UK-musician, producer and NTS host Nabihah Iqbal joins Tristen to share her "Formative Five". With inspirations ranging from John Coltrane to Grimes…

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Queer View Mirror: Comics Artist Sam Wallman on Pink and Green Bans

Fill-in Queer View Mirror host Kirby listens to excerpts from comics artist, journalist and unionist Sam Wallman's lecture Pink and Green Bans. The lecture was presented at the National Library of Australia on…

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Queer View Mirror: Rayyan Dabbous unpacks pinkwashing, queer freedoms and West/East binaries

Rayyan Dabbous is a PhD student at the University of Toronto's Centre for Comparative Literature. In this interview with fill-in Queer View Mirror host Kirby, Rayyan discusses 'pinkwashing', perceptions of queer communities in…

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The Grapevine: Laure Briard’s Musical Obsessions

French psych-pop artist Laure Briard is in the middle of her debut Australian tour. Having just played So Frenchy So Chic on the weekend, she joined presenter Anna Strempel on The Grapevine for…

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The Australian Mood: Examining The Shadows With Crime & The City Solution

Simon Bonney from long-standing and influential cult Australian band Crime & The City Solution phones into The Australian Mood from Berlin to dissect the killer, the band's recently released sixth studio album…

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SmartArts: Bringing Queenie The Elephant To Life

Circus 1903 at Arts Centre Melbourne is a reverential trip through the Golden Age of Circus. Its cast of 22 performers bring contortion, trapeze, hair-hanging, strongman feats and even an elephant to the…

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Stylin': A Tribute To Amp Fiddler

Ennio Styles dedicates a full hour to the music of legendary Detroit producer Amp Fiddler, who very sadly left us at age 65 at the end of 2023.

Listen back to hear…

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This Chicken Life: Australia's Next Top Chicken Model Competition

Fi and Jessamy talk to Ros Russell from The Good Life Backyard about Australia's Next Top Chicken Model Competition, an online competition held in 2023. The competition sought to showcase and celebrate all…

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Queer View Mirror: Guy and Toad from PermaQueer

Kirby fills in, and chats to Guy Ritani and Toad Dell from PermaQueer. Together, the three of them discuss permaculture, queer ecology, and empowering queer community towards systems thinking to address social, ecological…

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IPU Best LPs of 2023

The International Pop Underground’s Top 43 LPs Of 2023

The 24th Annual IPU Albums-of-the-Year Countdown.

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Ian Hamm

The Mission: Ian Hamm and Daniel James Look Back at 2023

Ian Hamm joins host of the Mission, Daniel James to look back at what was a tumultuous year for First Nations communities as the nation decided the fate of the Voice. The pair…

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Breakfasters: Matildas' Midfielder Alex Chidiac at the Outside Broadcast at the Corner Hotel

Matildas player Alex Chidiac joins the Breakfasters crew for their special end-of-year broadcast, live at the Corner Hotel. They talk about her massive year playing for the World Cup, her experience of playing…

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The Grapevine: El Gibbs responds to the NDIS Review

El Gibbs is a writer and disability activist, and the Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Disability Advocacy Network Australia.

In this interview with guest host Alice Mathieu on The Grapevine, El…

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Breakfasters: Hamish McLachlan, Co-Author of 50 Human Rights Cases that Changed Australia

Hamish McLachlan is a human rights lawyer who has previously worked at Victorian Legal Aid, advising and representing clients on a range of human rights issues including anti-discrimination law, mental health, disability law…

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The Lewers

Teenage Hate: The Alluring and Deconstructed Pop of The Lewers

Featuring members of Orion, Diat, Itchy Bugger and Rapid Dye, Sydney band the Lewers mine completely different territory and are best described as a pop minded, avant leaning group that revolves around counter…