It's back baby! Back for 2017 with Adam & Reuben of Peking Duk who are possibly the funniest and loosest guests to date! The guys explain how their wide music taste shapes their sound and give you "the scoop" on their upcoming album. And the all you can eat dance chat continues with Adelaide's Shane Cross on the podcast too.
You are in for a treat with this one! Kenny & Adam of Birds Of Tokyo share all about their musical journey and perform an acoustic rendition of 'Empire' for you. Folk pop artist, Banjo Jackson also drops by for a chat about what it means to be real man.
Kristy Lee Peters, aka KLP, is what we refer to in the biz, as a triple threat! She sings, DJs and announces on Triple J and kicks arse at all of them! Sound like something you might want to do? Well she may have a few hot tips! Plus we'll introduce you to indie rockers, The New Yorks....from Australia?!
TV funny man, Ryan Shelton loves his music to the point where he once bought a CD for himself and tried to disguise it as gift for his mum! Ryan used to come up with "Rydeas" on Rove but what is his amazing idea to improve online streaming? You'll also meet kick arse DJ, TXNK who DJ'd in the dark during the Adelaide black out.
There are two words in the music industry that drive Something For Kate front man Paul Dempsey nuts; "cool" and "relevant"! Paul opens up about what it takes to last in music as long as he has, while believing his best work is still yet to come. And say hello to the very talented Naomi Keyte. Just don't call her a singer-songwriter!
Ever wanted to start your own record label? Nina Las Vegas made the gutsy decision to quit her sought after job at Triple J to tour the world DJing and launch her dance music label. But as you'll hear, nothing has ever really intimidated her! And a real fun bunch of lads to introduce you to as well, The Montreals.
Kevin Mitchell, lead singer of Aussie rock band Jebediah and singer songwriter Bob Evans
are the same person?! Mind blown. Kev joins Aiden to talk comic books, getting older, garage podcasting and
naturally... music! Then after, your toes will be tapping to world music eight piece, Local Revolution.
Melbourne rapper Seth Sentry grew up listening to punk, so how did he come to rap on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show to millions in the US?! You’ll find out, along with a hilarious tale about his name dropping Mum. Plus if that’s not enough, meet Slick Arnold, a three piece rock band from the Barossa Valley.
The Red Wiggle, aka Simon Pryce, surprisingly loves his opera and classical music so why is he singing songs about Dinosaurs named Dorothy these days? It's the 25th year of The Wiggles and there is lots to discuss with Simon. Local reggae group Chiara La Woo drop by with a tune too.
Kris Roe, founder and front man of The Ataris, sits down with Aiden backstage before a gig to discuss the success of the band, old school punk and the so called bad blood with Ben Lee! Also meet The Byzantines, Australia’s answer to Kasabian.