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.
The Chaser's Andrew Hansen hated the music he grew up with but somehow found his way into several bands over the years. And you will never guess, which of Andrew's musical comedy heroes trash talked him to the media?! Five piece, Apollo Sons also bring in a laid back summer tune you don't want to miss.
On the last episode for 2015, Aussie Hip Hop royalty Suffa and Pressure of the Hilltop Hoods talk about working with an orchestra, helping out new Aussie talent and Taylor Swift. Alongside, Nakatomi, a new electro pop duo who you will be introduced to as well.
Pat from Grinspoon is known for his sweet guitar riffs but did you know he's a children's author now too?! We talk about his new book and Grinspoon being asked out of hiatus by Cold Chisel. Then She's The Band bring their feminist punk vibes to the podcast as well.
Comedian Dave O'Neil, is best known for his various TV and movie appearances but did you know he used to play bass for 80s band Captain Coco?! He also shares what it's like to go to gigs in his 50s. We also introduce your ears to electropop group, Auguste.
At age 17, Charli was an original member of children’s group Hi-5. Since then she has toured the world singing and dancing but did you know she loves metal music?! Aiden discovers that and so much more! We also meet two piece rockers The Hard Aches, who’s huge sound will blow you away.
Did you know that Jake Stone, front man for Bluejuice, was a judge at Eurovision?! Or that he had a sketch comedy show on TV? Music and performing plays a huge part in everything Jake does and we the lot. Punks, After Change also drop by to explain how to start a band in the modern era.
There is so much to chat about with Lindsay ’The Doctor’ McDougall! We talk about his decade on Triple J, Frenzal Rhomb getting banned from Australian radio and online hate pages about him. Aiden also introduces you to Aussie hip hoppers Dialect and Despair.
Musical comedian and former Spicks & Specks host, Josh Earl talks with Aiden about the difference between indie and hipster and trying to fit in with friends music taste growing up. Emerging pop punkers, The Away Game, drop by for a chat too.
Australian singer song writing legend, Josh Pyke, chats to Aiden about not feeling the need to reinvent himself after 10 years of music and the last song that actually moved him. Tired Lion also drop by for a pretty fun loose chat and play you their song 'Suck'.