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.
How did Triple J’s Alex Dyson, once wet his pants because of music?! Find out as he chats on the podcast about life as a breakfast radio host and his own music project. As well as the bashful singer-songwriter; Maggie Rutjens, shares her beautiful music.
Angus is the host of the nightly radio countdown, The Hit 30, across Australia on more than 50 stations. But what came first, his love of radio or music and what’s it like to have the power to make or break a new artist on the air? We find out! Along with Aussie grime music’s newest star, Strict Face.
Record Store Day 2016 is here and this year’s ambassador, Ella Hooper, chats about her love of vinyl. The ex front woman for Killing Heidi, also dishes out some great advice for up coming musicians. You also meet blue & roots artist Matt Stillert.
Alt rockers, Cold War Kids, have been going strong for over 11 years now but how?! Nathan Willett and Matt Maust from the band share the secret to their success with you. Then one of our most fascinating guests to date, Motez. Hear his journey from Iraq to Aussie dance floor filler!
Comedian Justin Hamilton is Australia's biggest David Bowie fan! Now that the dust has settled on his death we talk about the impact he had on Justin’s life and the world around us. Plus for the first time ever, a live performance on the podcast! Singer songwriter, Kaurna Cronin performs his song ‘Leave A Letter’ and explains the importance of busking.
In the 80s and 90s Peter Combe was a king among children! So what made his songs so catchy and why are grown adults still singing them today? Peter also has some great advise for children's music performers wanting to break the big time. Then is gets heavy with Adelaide rockers Walking With Thieves.
Mr Tony “comedy, radio and tv legend” Martin from The Late Show, Get This, Thank God You’re Here (and so much more) drops by to talk about rumors from his radio past, hunting for rare vinyl and his hate for Nickelback! You’ll also meet Filthy Lucre, an awesome heavy two piece who have just release their debut album.