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ALBUM OF THE WEEK

Beach Slang

A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings

New Music

What we are listening to this week

  • Future Mixtape for... // Beach Slang
  • Back Bar // The Ocean Party
  • Natural Selections... // Sampology
  • Risk It // B Wise
  • Mount Kool Kid // Melkbelly
  • Turbine Blue // Seekae
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Featured Programs

Latest Interviews

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Flyying Colours talk Mindfullness and the ‘S’ word with Nicholas Watts

Melbourne’s Flyying Colours shed some light on their long awaited album, ‘Mindfullness’, and discuss whether shoegaze is really a dirty word.

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The Hanging: Jonathan Jones – barrangal dyara

Artist Jonathan Jones has created a mammoth sculptural installation called barrangal dyara, meaning ‘skin and bones’, to breathe new life into a forgotten moment of Indigenous Australia’s history.

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Listen to Oh Pep! live in the studio: acoustic versions of ‘Wanting’ & ‘Trouble Now’

Oh Pep stopped by to chat about their debut album and played live versions of their new tunes ‘Wanting’ and ‘Trouble Now’.

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Chilled and skilled – The Lulu Raes talk success and perform ‘Never Leave’ live on Up For It

“You’ve just gotta get out there, you can’t spend all your time in your room.” The Lulu Raes talk about the importance of community in the music industry, and play a sweet live acoustic.

M.I.A.'s fourth album, Matangi, is out now.

M.I.A. Interview: Outsider Feminism, Social Media and Political Responsibility

With the release of her fifth and final album AIM, M.I.A. speaks with Tanya Bonnie Rae about diversity, feminism in the age of social media and political responsibility as an artist.

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Byron Bay chillers Skegss play ‘Mustang’ live in the studio

Skegss are here to have a good time – whether they’re in South America, facing death, or chatting with Dom O’Connor on Arvos.

This week in Sydney

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Soundcheck September 19 - 25: Australia, Holy Balm, Alex Lahey, Moonbase Commander & more

Need a live music fix? Here are our top gig picks in Sydney this week.
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Diary of Death :: 1 - 7 Oct 2016

A life-threatening list of recommended events happening in Sydney and surrounds this week.