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Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm

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Julia Jacklin breaks down Crushing

Blue Mountains songwriter Julia Jacklin took home the 2019 SMAC Award for Album of the Year last Tuesday for her heartwrenching, extraordinary second record, Crushing. This week, she joined us in the studio to run through the struggles of being a songwriter, the gendered discourse around vulnerability in music and learning to be more comfortable and confident in her musical skin. TRACKS PLAYED: Julia Jacklin - 'Body' Julia Jacklin - 'Head Alone' Julia Jacklin - 'Pressure to Party' Julia Jacklin - 'Don't Know How to Keep Loving You' Julia Jacklin - 'When the Family Flies In' Julia Jacklin - 'Convention' Julia Jacklin - 'Good Guy' Julia Jacklin - 'You Were Right' Julia Jacklin - 'Turn Me Down' Julia Jacklin - 'Comfort' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Haim's Days Are Gone

The debut full-length from South Californian sister band HAIM, 2013's Days Are Gone, perfected a seamless blend of 70s radio rock and 90s R&B harmonies, introduced Fleetwood Mac to an entirely new generation and proved that the trio were here to outlive the buzz, all while piling innumerable hooks on top of blistering guitar solos. TRACKS PLAYED: HAIM - 'Falling' HAIM - 'Forever' HAIM - 'The Wire' HAIM - 'If I Could Change Your Mind' HAIM - 'Honey & I' HAIM - 'Don't Save Me' HAIM - 'Days Are Gone' HAIM - 'My Song 5' HAIM - 'Go Slow' HAIM - 'Let Me Go' HAIM - 'Running If You Call My Name' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Marcus Whale on Scott Walker's The Drift

Sydney's Marcus Whale (of Collarbones, BV and solo fame) brings in Scott Walker's 2006 record The Drift to chat about how the album changed his life, taught him about the execution of Benito Mussolini and showed him what's possible inside of a pop song, TRACKLISTING: 'Cossacks Are' 'Clara' 'Jesse' 'Jolson and Jones' 'Cue' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Craterface's Don't Be Confused (with Baby Bruh and Taki Local)

At the end of 2019, Craterface, a producer-rapper duo out of Newcastle made up of Baby Bruh and Taki Local, released their debut mixtape, Don't Be Confused. Following in the footsteps of JPEGMAFIA, Brockhmapton, and taking production cues from SOPHIE and Kanye West, Craterface's Don't Be Confused mixtape is some of the most inventive hip hop to come out of Australia. TRACKLISTING: Craterface - 'DON'T BE CONFUSED' Craterface - 'IKEBUKURO' Craterface - 'LEXAPRO' Ryan Beatty - 'Bruise' SOPHIE - 'Faceshopping' Kanye West - 'Everything I Am' Craterface - 'HMU' Craterface - 'DELLAVEDOVA' Craterface - 'SMS' Craterface - 'BLADEE' Craterface - 'RADIANT' Craterface - 'WYA' Craterface - 'FAMILY' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Hearteye's Joyride The Stars: Mixtape (with Maurice Santiago)

Joyride the Stars is the debut project from Hearteyes, the latest artistic adventure from Sydney’s Maurice Santiago (aka George Michelle), his most unabashedly sentimental and openly emotional release yet. Channelling fellow pop iconoclasts The 1975, Lil Peep, 100 gecs and Ariana Grande, Hearteyes packages earnest, poignant honesty inside glistening, genreless tracks that feel thoroughly modern. Existing somewhere at the intersection between all these strands of popular music from the past decade, Hearteyes’ debut is difficult to define. Animated by this sense of openness and the realisation that boundaries are meaningless, Joyride the Stars follows Hearteyes’ artistic impulses wherever they lead, reaching the bittersweet, cathartic bliss that comes from releasing yourself from past inhibitions. TRACKLIST: 'Not Innocent' 'Thr333 Pills' 'Danger to Myself' 'I Feel Weird' 'FWU (feat. Girlcru$h)' 'Bounce On It (feat. BabiBoi)' 'Nosebleed (The Water) [feat. Olive Rush]' 'R.I.P. Fucker' 'Head First Into Brick Wall' 'Always Ends (feat. AMG)' 'Show Me the Backroom (feat. Greta Now)' 'Recovery (Diamonds in My Teeth) [feat. Hugo Costin']' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Best of 2019: Vampire Weekend's Father of the Bride

Vampire Weekend return from a six year hiatus with their fourth record, Father of The Bride, a sprawling, shaggy double album that features some of the band's loosest, most playfully adventurous songwriting to date. It's an album about contentment, aging into life's responsibilities, finding someone who you'd rather spend the night in with - it feels unburdened by the existential worries of the band's earlier work and the anxiety of a comeback record. Above all, it revels in the lightness, wholeheartedly embracing the band's thoroughly uncool influences whilst also showing why Ezra Koenig remains one of the smartest lyricists and songwriters working today. TRACKLIST: 'Hold Me Now (feat. Danielle Haim)' 'Harmony Hall' 'Bambina' 'This Life' 'Big Blue' 'How Long?' 'Unbearably White' 'Rich Man' 'My Mistake' 'Sunflower (feat. Steve Lacy)' '2021' 'We Belong Together (feat. Danielle Haim)' 'Stranger' 'Jerusalem, New York, Berlin' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Best of 2019: Bon Iver's i,i

From the icy solitude of For Emma, Forever Ago, Bon Iver brought his catalogue full circle in 2019 with his fourth studio record, i,i, his warmest and most outward-looking, generous music yet. Made in collaboration with a total of 52 of his contemporaries, including James Blake, Moses Sumney and many more, i,i is the natural end of the empathetic, innovative, community-minded approach to songwriting Justin Vernon has been honing since the start of his endlessly shapeshifting Bon Iver project. One of our favourite records of the year, i,i shows why no one writes a song quite like him. TRACKLIST: 'Yi' 'iMi' 'We' 'Holyfields,' 'Hey, Ma' 'U (Man Like)' 'Naeem' 'Jelmore' 'Faith' 'Marion' 'Salem' 'Sh'Diah' 'RABi' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Best of 2019: Lana Del Rey's Norman F*****g Rockwell!

Lana Del Rey's sixth record, the majestic and stunning Norman F*****g Rockwell!, is one of 2019's most towering musical achievements, a Laurel Canyon-bathed exploration into a world descending into chaos in all its ridiculousness, meaninglessness and artificiality. Nevertheless, it fills you with a strange sort of calm, one last slow exhale as Lana watches a world burn around her. It's her finest artistic statement to date, the work of a rapidly enduring songwriter who has finally found her time. TRACKLIST: 'Norman F*****g Rockwell!' 'Mariner's Apartment Complex' 'Venice Bitch' 'F**k it I love you' 'Doin' Time' 'Cinnamon Girl' 'The Next Best American Record' 'The greatest' 'Bartender' 'hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have - but I have it' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Best of 2019: slowthai's Nothing Great About Britain

A visceral blend of the energy, politics and presentation of punk with the jagged and bleak sounds of early grime, the incendiary and irreverent Nothing Great About Britain is slowthai's compelling, snarling critique of a post-Brexit Britain. It’s a vision of his home country in 2019 which is potent and profoundly grim: a toxic nation torn apart and crumbling under misguided nationalism, rising social injustices and irreconcilable political partisanship. On his debut record, Slowthai makes himself impossible to ignore, solidifying his reputation as one of the most vital new voices to emerge from a post-Brexit UK TRACKLIST: 'Nothing Great About Britain' 'Jiggle' 'TN Biscuits' 'Drug Dealer' 'Doorman (with Mura Masa)' 'Dead Leaves' 'Gorgeous' 'Crack' 'Grow Up (feat. Jaykee)' 'Inglorious (feat. Skepta)' 'Toaster' 'Peace of Mind' 'Missing' 'Northampton's Child' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Best of 2019: Body Promise's Smooth Sensation V/A (with Amelia Jenner and Doug Wright)

For years Body Promise, the multi-hyphenate radio show/DJ duo/record label of Amelia Jenner and Doug Wright, have been sharing some of the most forward-thinking electronic and dance music from around Australia and abroad across their various platforms. On Smooth Sensation, their third - and final - compilation, they curate a textural, corporally-minded tour through the Australian underground, showcasing some of the most interesting mutations of modern dance music along the way. TRACKLIST: Fia Fiell - 'Ladder' Low Flung - 'Pay It Forward' Freda & Jackson - 'Flux' HED Ardennes - 'Acid Funk' Letabruthaknow - 'Dancefloorpullinup' The Ghan - 'Close Your Eyes' Waterhouse - 'Broken Rave' Lou Karsh - 'XMET3R' Andy Garvey - 'Welcome to Infinity' Lucy Cliché - 'Ladies Pool' DJ Yoni - 'For the Sex Havers (ACID MIX)' Emily Glass - 'Worker' Like a book club for music nerds, For The Record takes a deep dive into a different album each week that we think is worthy of your love and attention. Hosted by Dan Gordon & Maia Bilyk. Produced by Kyle Fensom. Email: fortherecord@fbiradio.com Instagram: @fortherecordfm This show was produced, recorded and broadcasted on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their ongoing struggle. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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