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Monday, 20 November

20:49

November verse 8 Me fail? I fly!

Verse 8: At 35 weeks
You used to call each other Stinky
when first in love as pet names go,
a little odd. But you were dinky-
di. We watched you thrive and grow
together, get jobs, win promotions,
make a home, fly over oceans
more than once. The sweet stink stayed
for fourteen years. The nest was made.
On Saturday a baby shower
marked the end of DINKish days,
and she-whos-now-a-lump will raise
the stinky level, like a flower
that opens in the radiant dawn.
Its just five weeks until shes born


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17:26

Ostinato Records on unearthing Somalias treasure trove of lost music FBi Radio

Photo by Janto Djassi

Can the revival of Somali music from the 70s & 80s help rebuild cultural confidence and change perceptions of the Horn of Africa?

Offering a glimpse of the countrys past through his label Ostinato Records, Vik Sohonie has dug up forgotten tracks from the Somalia national radio archive that were squirrelled away to prevent damage during the civil war. Chatting with Body Promise, the writer, DJ and label head discusses Somalis golden age of music, playing favourites and the importance of female artists in the creation of Somali sounds.
 

Firstly, Id like to start with how you came to putting together this incredible compilation? What drew you to it?

The goal of Ostinato Records is to present powerful stories from misunderstood parts of the world and use music as a tool to do so. Ive always been drawn to countries that have rich cultures but are often horribly misrepresented in global news media.

Music is a great way to change the narrative, which is why Ive focused on countries like Haiti and Somalia. Both have wonderful cultures and history and those need to be showcased as much as possible to reclaim their image away from war and violence.

I also knew that Somalia was historically an important multicultural crossroads. Whenever you have an ancient port city that endless amounts of peoples and cultures have transited through, youre going to have two things: great food and great music. Foods different, you can recreate recipes. Recorded music is a once in a lifetime cultural artefact, a window to another time and place. It deserves to be showcased.

 

Somalia was a really vibrant place in the late 60s, 70s and into the 80s. For those unfamiliar with music from 70s and 80s Somalia, can you describe the sound in a bit more detail?

Imagine if you could hear the music of Ancient Rome. All roads led to Rome. It would probably have the melodies of its entire empire. [Somali capital] Mogadishu was, in many ways, the Rome of the Indian Ocean mainly because all roads (or sea routes) in the Indian Ocean led to it. It was a vibrant economic and cultural hub for traders and merchants from the Middle East, Persia, India, Southeast Asia, and China. Indeed many Somalis will say that the music is authentic and developed on its own accord. But there&...

16:46

ALBUM REVIEW: Dan Brodie Lost Not Found

Covers albums can swing two ways, attempts at slavish replicas of the original songs or those instances where the artist recasts the songs in a new light, with their own personality and style at the forefront. Dan Brodie has successfully taken the latter route with a collection of songs that reveal some of his influences Continue reading

13:21

My Two Weeks of Work Experience 89.7 Eastside FM

Hello everyone!

My name is Jean and I am in year 10. I am here at the Eastside Radio Station for work experience for two weeks as a volunteer, meaning that I get to help around, introduce guests in and make them feel welcome in the place.

Subjects that I am currently studying is Maths, English, PDHPE, Human Movement (which is like extra PE), Music, Science, Geography and History (by the way, massive shout out to my history teacher, Ms Messer! She asked to give her a shout out if I was able to talk on the radio but this is as close as I can get.)

Music has always been my favourite subject especially when we have practical lessons where I get to play the guitar. Sometimes my friends and I get into a little group and wed play different instruments and we would all sing along to a song. I remember one time the principle was coming down to our class with a group of people so my teacher quickly made me go to the front of the classroom with the guitar and she told me to play anything so it would look like we were doing well in our class. Everyone ended up singing with me which definitely amused the principle and when she left, we all cheered and laughed like we had accomplished something big.

The type of music here isnt my cup of tea but it is still pretty fantastic to just chill and relax to. I listen to a variety of music but the type of music (or more like the type of artist) that I mainly listen to is Ed Sheeran just because of how he produces his music and the way he writes his lyrics. His style of music can vary from something very slow and cute (Kiss Me or Thinking Out Loud), something to do with heartbreak (Im A Mess or Drunk) or something happy and upbeat (Barcelona or Sing). The thing that makes him stick out of everyone to me is that when he plays live, he doesnt need any dancers or a band to back him up, he just has a loop station and his guitar and performs in front of thousands of people he is a one man band!

He is amazing live, I cant wait to see his concert next year!

Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to have work experience here and to write this article. I cant wait to see whats in store for me during the next few days at the Eastside Radio Station.

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13:19

Thursday & Quicksand "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Post-hardcore pioneers, THURSDAY announce theyre coming out of retirement with their first run of shows in Australia since 2012. Officially reforming in 2016, theyll bring the tour to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide in March 2018. Joining them on all dates is influential New York City post-hardcore legends, QUICKSAND.

Tickets for all shows go on sale at 12pm this Friday, October 13.

My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning tomorrow at 10am, October 11.

For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.com.au.

Revered for their anguished lyrics, chiming guitars and explosive stage presence, Thursday have been a house-hold name among punk and rock fans since their debut release, Waiting, 18 years ago. Coming out of New Jersey in 1999 at the precipice of the post-punk movement, Thursday were quick to gain the attention of fans and labels with their raw, emotive sound. However, it wasnt until their 2001 album, Full Collapse, that they fully defined a genre.

Over the course of their active years, Thursday produced six eclectic albums. None were more representative of their distinctive sound than 2003s War All The Time. Armed with the backing of major label, Island Records, the album continued to elevate them as one of the most complex and exciting bands of the decade. After pioneering the post-hardcore genre, the band officially disbanded in 2013.

Emerging from the New York City hardcore scene of the 90s, QUICKSAND delivered a masterclass over two albums on what would be a stylistic blueprint for many bands to follow. They will release Interiors this November, which many attribute as their best album to date. It arrives deliberately unannounced, two decades after the pioneering post-hardcore quartets last album. Made completely on the bands own terms, Interiors has a power, strength and subtlety that will likely stun you. There are no wasted notes, no flab, and no excess whatsoever. It is absolutely perfect.

Catch these two genre-defining acts together this March!...............

13:18

Listen to Three New Tracks from The Emerald Ruby Timber and Steel

Image Courtesy of The Emerald Ruby You may be familiar with the sweet flute sounds of Newcastle based musician Jennifer Hankin with bands like Vanishing Shapes and The Button Collective. But what you may not know is that Hankin is an accomplished photographer, artist, videographer, fashion designer and blogger, which she caputures, along with her []

10:40

Im With Her Announce Debut Album See You Around Timber and Steel

Image Courtesy of Im With Her US folk super-group Im With Her, made up of singers Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, Aoife ODonovan, have finally announced plans to release their debut album See You Around on the 16th February. The album was co-produced by Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Laura Marling, Paul McCartney) and features 11 original []

09:30

This Way North Announce National Tour Dates Timber and Steel

Image Courtesy of This Way North Melbourne based alt-folk-rock duo This Way North will be spending the rest of the year running around the country with the announcement of a national tour. The tour is accompanied by the bands latest single Make It Work, a lo-fi piece of crunch, psych goodness. Check out the full []

06:30

1) Papua Police Urges Members of Armed Group to Turn in Themselves "IndyWatch Feed Sydney"


2) house appreciates military, police cooperation to free hostages
3) LP3BH calls on President Jokowi to immediately deal with conflict in West Papua
4) Indonesian reggae ambassador performs in Skouw, Papua
5) West Papua to host Senja Kaimana Festival 2017
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SUNDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 2017 | 11:40 WIB
1) Papua Police Urges Members of Armed Group to Turn in Themselves
TEMPO.COJakarta - Papua Police urged 21 members of an armed group in Mimika, Papua to turn themselves in...

06:18

Culture Guide November 20 26: Scum Ballet, Homeground, Splinter Orchestra & more FBi Radio

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06:00

Independent Artist Of The Week: ARSE FBi Radio

Sydney outfit ARSE make in-your-face punk music the kind thatll knock you right off your feet, and pull you right back up again.

A collaboration between Dan (guitar), Jono (bass) and Tim (drums), ARSE brings edge, grit and anger to their first two whopping tracks. Dubbed the soundtrack to Dans existential crisis, their forthcoming EP explores the pressures of reality, the baselessness of society and the state of current politics.

Recorded and co-written by Jono(than Boulet), Primitive Species is slated for cassette release later this year via local imprint Grupo Records. Home to Party Dozen, Rich Machine and Top People, you know youre in for a treat.

Immerse yourself in ARSEs nervous energy, below:

Primitive Species by ARSE

Tune into Up For It every Monday morning to meet your new independent artist of the week!

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Sunday, 19 November

14:57

Man Charged With Painting Over Sydneys George Michael Mural "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

A man caught on camera painting over Sydneys George Michael mural has reportedly been slapped with a graffiti charge. The artwork, depicted the singer and gay icon as Saint George Michael, was painted by artist Scott Marsh on a building in Sydneys inner-west in the weeks after Michaels death on Christmas Day last year. Video ...

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12:04

Quentin Not All Superheroes Wear Capes-Arts Monday 89.7 Eastside FM

quentinQuentin Kenihan, is living proof that superheroes dont need capes, just the right attitude! Quentins warts and all memoir is a story to inspire others to try and live a happy and good life and to chase their dreams. Not All Superheroes Wear Capes reveals how Quentin has faced the many extraordinary daily challenges in his life. Born with a rare bone disorder, osteogenesis imperfecta, Quentins bones broke all on their own.

When Quentin was seven and featured in a TV documentary, Australians fell in love with his wit, and never-say-die attitude. Over the years Quentin grew up before our eyes. But there was a dark side to his painful disability and life in the public eye. The true story was never told until now. A story of abandonment, drug addiction, dark days and thoughts of suicide. Battling through it all, Quentins life journey is inspirational. Quentin is determined to live life the best he can.

Quentin Kenihan is my guest today.

Not All Superheroes Wear Capes by Quentin Kenihan

Published by Hachette Australia

I look forward to your company 10.30am 12.00pm

Margaux

 

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11:52

Micks Travels with The Rocket Arts Monday 89.7 Eastside FM

mick m 1After six-times Olympic coach Mick Miller was declared free of throat and neck cancer, he embarked on a journey of recovery and discovery around Australia in his trusty Volkswagen Beetle, The Rocket.

Travelling Australia Micks Way follows his journey and captures Micks daily adventures in the backdrop of the awe-inspiring Australian landscape.  His story and photography is real, heartfelt and inspiring. His journey raised funds and awareness for post-cancer recovery and a portion from the sale of each book will be donated to The Tomorrow Trust, helping to support cancer patients and their families who are living with, through and beyond cancer.

For anyone who has ever wanted to explore the beaches, deserts and towns of Australia, Travelling Australia Micks Way is a wake-up call and a reminder that there is no time like the present to follow your dream.

Mick Miller is my guest today.

Travelling Australia Micks Way by Mick Miller and Robyn Ford

is published by Finch Publishing www.finch.com.au

More info: www.mickmiller.com.au

mick mI look forward to your company 10.30am 12.00pm

Margaux

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09:47

Unsmashed Avo Tipped to be Sydneys Next Big Food Trend SYDNEY SENTINEL

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A Bondi caf has been awarded five chefs hats and hailed as fucking genius for serving customers whole, unpeeled avocados on toast, a bold departure from smashed avo, which dominated global headlines throughout the year.

The chef said the new creation aligns beautifully with his philosophy of making whole foods whole again.

Smashed avo was really just part of that ridiculous deconstructed food trend, which is so 2017, he said. We wanted to ditch the fads and get back to basics for 2018. Our food is so wholesomely whole we dont even peel off the little sticker that comes naturally from the tree.

Sunday brunch fans have been lining up for the dish since 4am Wednesday morning, with many saying theyre willing to spend all the deposit their parents gave them for their first home on this culinary marvel.


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Thursday, 16 November

18:06

A MOMENT WITH Jivamukti Yoga Sydney

KAROLINA SZYMALA

Describe your experience of studying yoga
My yoga path started with Iyengar Yoga method which shortly after evolved into Vinyasa Yoga. I was vegan, teaching a little and very curious about other methods of yoga out there, so I signed up for the Yoga Journal Conference in New York City in May of 2009. During the conference I had a great opportunity to practice with some fantastic teachers and masters like Sri Dharma Mittra, Sarah Powers, Seane Corn just to name a few, but the real impact and a life changing moment of the conference was meeting Sharon Gannon and David Life, co-founders of Jivamukti Yoga. Everything that I was searching for at that time was so beautifully presented to me: the blend of mindful vinyasa sequencing, yoga philosophy, animal rights activism, social activism all mixed together with great and uplifting music. In that moment I already knew I had found my Teachers and theyve stayed my Teachers ever since. In 2010 I signed up for the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training at the Omega Institute in upstate NY which was one of the best decisions Ive made in my life.  Shortly after I started my apprenticeship program at the Jivamukti Yoga School in NYC under the guidance of Narayani (Nicole Nichols) and in 2013 I became an Advanced Jivamukti Yoga Teacher. Since then I do regular self-study as well as attend numerous workshops, Jivamukti Yoga immersions and retreats with teachers that inspire me to deepen my own personal practice and ignite my passion for yoga .

What does yoga mean to you right now, and has this changed over time?
The meaning of yoga naturally has changed for me over time. When I started practicing, yoga was all about the asana (physical postures) and mindful breathing, but now the meaning of yoga has completely shifted for me. Today to me yoga means: INTEGRITY. It means our ability to integrate the teachings into our everyday life, so that the yoga practice doesnt just start with the moment you enter the yoga room and finishes with Savasana, but instead your whole life becomes your yoga practice. Those two, life and practice are not separate. You yourself dont feel fragmented and separate, but whole within yourself and unified with others. Yoga is when your thoughts reflect your words, when your words reflect your actions. To me yoga means to be able to live every day with such integrity supported by compassion for ALL beings without exceptions. A beautiful expression of that is the mantra LOKAH SAMASTAH SUKHINO BHAVANTU which means May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.

What facet of teaching yoga brings you the most joy?
The possibility of my teachings touching peoples hearts as well as upli...

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Wednesday, 03 May

19:20

Captain Crabbe and the Gnomes "All abound for Sydney Town!" LP 1976 "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

This is another album provided by the Victorian Bush Folkie. Thanks again.

What a strange name for a folk group. It is also intriguing that the album graphics do not include any details of the individual performers. Surely some of our blog visitors will be able to provide some details on the who, what and why of this group.

February 2017 - Tony Suttor has come to our rescue with some details. These three were the original team of "minstrels"at "Old Sydney Town" but only the two "garden gnomes", Eric Thompson (pictured with guitar) and David Hodgson Hogston (see comments), were still there when Tony Suttor joined Old Sydney Town in 1976. The dog Patch belonged to Eric. "Captain Crabbe" and the horse remain unidentified. David composed the last three listed instrumentals. In the 1980s the duo perfromed at the Argyle Tavern in The Rocks, Sydney. Many thanks Tony.

April 2017 "Captain Crabbe" has been identified as Vernon McGrath (see comments)

This album was definitely recorded and produced in Australia but I notice that, with two exceptions, the tracks are as much at home in the British Isles as in Australia. The major exception, Little Fishy a.k.a. Little Fish, is strongly Australian but this is the first time that I have heard anyone sing it other than as a lullaby. The second exception is Sydney Town and I have no idea as to its origin.

Anyway, that is of little concern because the group performs very well both instrumentally and vocally. The vinyl was obviously in good condition and the tracks required very little editing. There is a good mix of songs and instrumentals.

Please note that the track Lusty Young Blacksmith has extensive sexual innuendo and the track Ho Boy Hey Boy is sexually explicit and very politically improper in respect of the female gender. You have been warned - in no way do I endorse the content..

Tracklist
1. Bonnie Dundee - instrumental
2. 10,000 miles
3. Sydney Town
4. Maggie May
5. Botany Bay
6. Drunken sailor
7. Little fishy
8. Molly Malone
9. Foggy foggy dew (English traditional - not Irish rebellion)
10. Molly McInstry instrumental
11. Billy O'Donnell O'Day
12. The keel row ...

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Sunday, 23 April

06:00

Black Arm Band Company in Sydney on 22/04/17 "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

  • Artist: Black Arm Band Company
  • Date: Saturday, April 22nd 2017
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • City: Sydney, NSW
  • Venue: City Recital Hall
  • Address: 2 Angel Place
  • Country: Australia
  • Admission: $40-60
  • Age restrictions: All Ages
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  • Notes: A collective of contemporary Aboriginal music pioneers and emerging greats who have inherited their legacy, Black Arm Band celebrates its tenth anniversary with Songs of the Black Arm Band. ARTISTS Emma Donovan vocals Deline Briscoe vocals Yirrmal Marika vocals Mark Atkins didgeridoo Michael Meagher musical director / bass guitar Andrea Keller piano Rory McDougall drums Steve Magnusson guitar
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Monday, 30 January

12:17

Everyone We Know: Exhibition Tour "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

THUNDAMENTALS LAUNCH ART EXHIBITION TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF THEIR NEW ALBUM

EVERYONE WE KNOW

 EVERYONE WE KNOW ALBUM RELEASED FRIDAY FEB 10

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Hip-hop outfit Thundamentals have today announced a special touring art exhibition which will celebrate the launch of their upcoming album Everyone We Know which will be released on Friday February 10th (through High Depth/Universal Music Australia) Titled Everyone We Know: Exhibition Tour, the ARIA nominated band have engaged Sydney artist and graphic designer April 77 Creative to create a conceptual exhibition inspired by each track from the new album.  Each song will be represented by a different character or person which will make up the works of the 16 piece graphic art collection.

Weve worked with April77 since day one. He almost feels like a part of the band and has always understood our message and vision going above and beyond every time. For this particular release, early on we knew we wanted a character to represent each of the songs on the album. It was an incredible experience going back and forth, refining each aspect of the front cover. And furthermore its a blessing to have him on board for the book. Ben actually designed 15 individual environments for each character and we are so happy with how everything came out a perfect visual pallet for the entire record! says Thundamentals MC Tuka.

April77 Creative aka Ben Funnell has been involved in the creative process of all the artwork for the groups previous album and EP releases and most notably the album Art Direction and Cover Design for their highly acclaimed So We Can Remember and Everyone We Know albums.

Speaking on the Everyone We Know artwork series, April77s Ben Funnell says - The theme for Everyone We Know is about people and connectivity which we found really inspiring. We also felt a strong sense of diversity across each track on the LP in terms of subject matter and sonics. Our visual answer to this was to embrace and celebrate the diversity of Thundamentals fan base and friends but rather than go with a literal representation of this broad demographic we aimed to really illuminate these differences by creating a series of hybrid human/alien/animal characters, all standin...

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Friday, 30 December

19:37

Last night @britishindia hit up Sydneys @metro_theatre... "GroovUs Feed Aartists"



Last night @britishindia hit up Sydneys @metro_theatre for an incredible show! : @johnnyd_photography

Saturday, 24 December

22:03

Various Artists "3 Floors Down" LP 1972 "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

This LP featured artists who associated with the Cellar, three floors down, in the YWCA building in Sydney. This was then the venue for PACT which in 1972 still operated as an adult co-operative theatre and music space. PACT has changed somewhat over the years and is now the "PACT centre for emerging artists" now situate at Erskineville in Sydney.

It is a really mixed offering with psychedelic folk, bluegrass, an Irish traditional, a Spanish language protest song of the 1960s (shades of "Quantanamera"), a blues number, and a few country/folk contemporary numbers.

Many of these artists have featured for other albums on this blog, most notably, Marian Henderson, Declan Affley, and John Currie. All tracks are studio performances.

This is another of the albums ripped by the Victorian Bush Folkie and edited by me. There were a lot of clicks on this LP but most have been eliminated and it is now of good listening quality.

Track List
01 - Reuben James - Hamilton County Bluegrass Band
02 - No Other Name - Tom Taylor
03 - Porque Los Pobres Nos Tienen - Jeannie Lewis
04 - Fillemorrieooie-ay (Working on the Railway) - John Currie
05 - Australia Square - Bernard Bolan
06 - Island in the River (Bitter Bread, Weevils in the Flour) - Declan Affley
07 - Pity Me - Dogsbody, Bloodbus, Kratch, Dank and Snug
08 - Moon and Mice - Marian Henderson
09 - Goin' Home - Margaret RoadKnight
10 - Oldest Man Blues - Kerry Lyons and Steve Martin
11 - Strawberry Sunshine - Al Head
12 - Missed the Seasons Rain - John Currie

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21:57

Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger live at The Regent Theatre, Sydney 1979. "GroovUs Feed Aartists"


Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger 1977 publicity kit photo
Yes, this one does not fit into the remit of this blog. In fact, there are only two connections to Australia. Firstly, this was a live performance at The Regent Theatre in January 1979 when they performed as part of the Sydney Festival of Folk Life. Secondly, they sang a song about Joh Bjelke-Petersen. However, I suspect many visitors to the blog will welcome the inclusion of this album.

That concert of about three hours was professionally recorded by the ABC and later broadcast in parts on ABC-FM. John B recorded the broadcast parts on a reel-to-reel recorder. He collated the parts to recreate the full concert and has subsequently separated and digitally converted each of the tracks. He has also conveniently numbered the tracks in order as two sets so as to enable the production of two CDs to feature the concert continually as in the original broadcast. (Note that if you wish to do that, ensure that there is no gap between tracks when recording - the default is usually 2 seconds)

There are a few minor glitches but, overall, the quality is very good despite an MP3 rate of 128 CBR which correlates to the original FM broadcast quality anyway. Great job John B.

Tracklist
101 Introduction
102 Cowboy Song
103 Battle of Harlaw
104 Going to The West
105 Henry Lee
106 Talking Bones
107 Penny Wager
108 Talking Matrimony Blues
109 Scolding Wife
110 Wha' Is It That Findlay?
111 Queensland Joh song
112 Crossbones Scully
113 Blast Against Blackguards

201 Cindy
202 Allende's Song
203 Dirty Old Town
204 Browned Off
205 Flying Cloud
206 No Sir No
207 Emily's Story
208 Freeborn Man
209 Ale-Wife
210 Ballad of Accounting
211 Shoals of Herring
212 I'm A Rover

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