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'Lift The Bandstand' is Wednesday evening Jazz on CJSW. The show is hosted by Gordon Hilton Fick. Gordon has been with CJSW for more than 20 years. Most weeks, 'Lift The Bandstand' has a specific theme. The theme might be based around the compositions and performances by a specific artist. Sometimes an entire show is devoted to a single composition and the varied interpretations of that tune. The show title 'Lift The Bandstand' comes from a Steve Lacy quote: 'When I used to work with Monk, h ...
 
Discussing fitness, easy ways to incorporate movement & herbs into everyday life. Trainer / Trainee duo discuss active lifestyles & wildcrafting remedies. Let's get real about health, fitness & herbs that heal. DC Fit certified personal trainer helps clients build strength beyond circumstance being well versed in rehabilitating the body after injury. Due to the devastating wild fires that have plagued the southern Oregon area, 100% of proceeds from the podcast will be donated to local relief ...
 
Across over ten years of going to shows, I've met countless fascinating people that are joined together by the fact I love their music. This is a medium in which I look to find out the bigger picture, the extended story and the journey that brought them to where they are. No genre or topic is off limits. I'm David James Young - and all my friends are in bar bands.
 
You wanna know the bands? Well, first you have to meet them. Richie T, Producer and DJ at X96, chats it up with up-and-coming artists that you're just dying to know more about including The 1975, The Neighbourhood, Bastille, Solarsuit, Deap Vally, Twenty One Pilots, Cage The Elephant, and more. Curious about the origins of band names? How the bands formed? How they feel about cats? Yup. That's all here.
 
We bullshit with local LA indie music badasses, whether it be artists or rad folks from different aspects of the music industry. There are two shows on this channel: Sifting Through the Noise (radio show w/ interviews) and BSing with Badasses (podcast- strictly interviews).Meet your new favorite band or listen to get tips from the experts!
 
Tri-Rock Radio presents the Battle of the Bands (Christian Rock/Metal), playing 2 categories of 50 bands in both. 1st Category is Classic Metal and the 2nd Category is Nu Rock. This airs on Tri-Rock Radio every Weds 9am, 12pm, 3pm & 6pm all PCT. Website for our station to listen from anywhere is www.trirockradio.com - How to LISTEN: 1. COMPUTERS: Go to our website http://trirockradio.com to listen and see what is playing. 2. SMART PHONES: Listen in your CAR now or where ever you go... you ca ...
 
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They're one of the most distinctive figures in the history of Australian rock music - not least of all because their frontman is nearly seven foot tall. They're a platinum-selling Hottest 100 runner-up with decades of sold-out theatres to their name, but they're also one of the more vulnerable and emotively-striking bands this country has produced.…
 
The holidays are here!! And while they may elicit childlike feelings of excitement and joy, they may also bring fears and anxieties over weight gain during the holiday season. In this Episode, Paula and Danielle help set you up for success! They not only talk about herbs that you can incorporate into your holiday cooking and beyond, but they give y…
 
Talented drug and alcohol rehab industry veteran Emily Cukier lays out her treatment philosophy and history with Rubber Bands host Shlomo Hoffman. Hear how Emily fell into the substance abuse treatment field almost by accident. Be inspired by the people in recovery that motivate her every day. And cry along with the story of Stacy and the necklace …
 
Playlist: Wynton Marsalis - Woman In Blue / Daily Battles / Motherless Brooklyn Daniel Pemberton - Tyrannous / Sharp On The Line / Fire it Up / Plaza Speech Sun Ra Arkestra - Satellites Are Spinning / Seductive Fantasy / Swirling
 
Playlist: Marcin Wasilewski Trio - Vashkar Maria Schneider Orchestra - CQ CQ Is Anybody There Thelonious Monk - Don't Blame Me Errol Garner - I Only Have Eyes For You Aaron Diehl - A Story Often Told Sonny Rollins - God Bless The Child Audrey Ochoa - Zombie Apocalypse Edwin Astley - The Saint
 
After a super-fun first round, the late crowd shuffled in for a second round of Bar Bands banter. This time around, it was a celebration of some of David's formative years in front of the stage and listening in his bedroom. This included Hurstville's own Patrick Matthews - founding member of The Vines and bassist of Youth Group - as well as Childre…
 
On the eve of Bar Bands' fifth birthday* (*not really) and David's 30th* (*also not really), a diverse but elite crew of Australian musicians descended upon The Vanguard in Sydney for a night of storytelling, song-sharing and top-tier banter. This is the first of two episodes recorded that night, which sees the inimitable Alex the Astronaut, L-FRES…
 
In this episode of 'Bands and Botanicals' we break down the myths about pain, what kind of pain to look out for, and some tips and treatments in order to manage that pain. Lets face it, almost everyone has some kind of injury. So whether you are seeking herbal treatments or more insight into your movement, we got it covered. There are varying types…
 
Are you all ready? Are you ready? Get set, let's go. We're heading on a journey through the career of one of Australia's most unique and powerful voices - the kind that can elicit tears as quickly as it can shatter glass. Although physically locked down (at the time) in Melbourne, her stories span across the globe - from bikie bars in Tasmania to b…
 
Playlist: Terence Blanchard - Park Avenue Beat Ahmad Jamal - What's New David Murray - Let's Cool One Chilly Gonazalez - Final Fantasy Charles Pillow Large Ensemble - In a Silent Way Craig Taborn - New Glory Barry Elmes - Ellecho
 
Imagine an island within an island. Pretty isolated, right? That was life for a young Maddy Jane, whose connection to music was her ticket to the world. Now a resident on the mainland - Wollongong, specifically - Maddy's brand of heartfelt jangly indie-rock has afforded her a myriad of unbelievable opportunities. From arena openers, to national tou…
 
For our very first podcast, we will be launching with a discussion on one of the most challenging times of the year for staying on track with wellness; Winter! With holidays fast approaching and for many of us in the northern hemisphere, the days become shorter, motivation and mental health may start to decline.…
 
Thank you all for listening, again, sorry to those that this a reupload and the new long title but we fixed the audio desync and Zitkato should sound louder albeit not as crisp audio. Also f*ck Columbus, and happy late Indigenous Peoples Day. In this episode Zitkato interviews Nick Estes from the Red Nation and author of Our History is the Future a…
 
Don't let the electric guitar and the sultry singer-songwriter stuff fool you - Lisa Caruso didn't always dream of glamourous indie rock & roll. As a child she was an aspirational pop star, which in turn gave her the confidence needed to pick up the guitar and see where it took her. Where it's taken her is all the way to her debut album, In Feeling…
 
Playlist: Simon Fisk - Get Caught Up Simon Fisk - Unless Jon McCaslin - Hymn To Ninkasi Jon McCaslin - Section 28 Tricia Edwards - String Theory Brian Baggett - We're Where We Were Brian Baggett - Listening And Waiting Sonny Greenwich - Lose The Blues Tony Wilson - For Freddie Stone #2 Peripheral Vision - Ill Conceived Plan…
 
Phil Stack has hauled his trusty double bass into just about every RSL, pub, club, theatre and arena you can think of. Abby Dobson has sung all the way from tiny restaurants in Europe to the open air of The Domain in Sydney. They've both managed to notch songs of theirs into the Australian psyche – Phil with “In the Summertime” as part of Thirsty M…
 
Fanny Lumsden is a household name - provided, of course, that your house is located at least 50kms or so from the nearest city. She's at the helm of the Country Halls tour, which has seen her perform from coast to coast and plenty of spots in-between alongside her husband Dan and their trusty caravan. Of course, that was until this year - Lumsden's…
 
Coupla questions, but more importantly WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW! Sorry, I did I say live show? I meant live shows! All My Friends Are in Bar Bands' 5th Birthday (and David's 30th) Sunday October 25 The Vanguard, Sydney Early show (6:30pm) and late show (9:30pm) Tickets $15 - $1 from every ticket going to Support Act On sale now from www.thevanguard.…
 
Welcome to Battle of the Bands for a special encore episode featuring none other than the world’s leading rock and metal journalist, Mick Wall. Mick Wall has worked in the music industry for over four decades, and is considered to be to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar. Since cutting his teeth for rock magazine Sounds in 1976, Wall…
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, we look at both bands efforts and impacts during the 21st Century, and their ongoing legacy. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Branni…
 
Knocked Loose are just what the Colonel ordered: A fresh batch of Kentucky-fried, scorched-earth, brutal-beatdown hardcore to throw bodies off stages to. The band's menacing and unrepentant approach to the genre has cemented them as heavyweights despite only being two albums and a handful of years in. Hell, even Corey Taylor has championed them as …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, we usher in the 90s, and grunge. We go all the way from Megadeth's insanely successful, 1992 album, Countdown to Extinction, through Load, Reload and the Y2K bug. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in…
 
Growing up in the concrete slabs of the Gold Coast, you can't always get what you want. It wasn't until Kate Cooper moved up north to Brisbane that she was truly able to get some degree of satisfaction. A mid-2000s stint at the helm of Iron On turned her into one of the country's cult indie darlings, which blossomed to a global scale with her next …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, both Metallica and Megadeth reach their high water marks. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by …
 
In this episode of Battle of the Bands, Metallica go out for justice. --- Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall…
 
Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall
 
With a blend of psychedelia, pop, folk, jangle, indie, shoegaze and rock & roll, RAT!Hammock have assembled and curated a sound that is irresistible and wholly endearing. It's made them a lot of friends and fans along the way, which is always a plus - but this band, like most their age, started out with no loftier ambitions in mind. They're suburba…
 
Cris Cohen interviews John McFee of The Doobie Brothers. They discuss: - Being a multi-instrumentalist - The upcoming 50th anniversary tour with Michael McDonald - What he learned from his work with Elvis Costello - His intense work ethic - And more Recorded November 20, 2019 at the Durham Performing Arts Center in Durham, North Carolina More inter…
 
Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall
 
Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall
 
Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Written, narrated and produced by Steve Glaveski. Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall
 
Follow us on IG: @thenofilternetwork Find us online: www.nofilter.media/battle Sources for this podcast series include: My Life in Metal by Dave Mustaine Birth, School, Metallica, Death by Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood Enter Night by Mick Wall
 
On the morning of April 11, 1983, Metallica guitarist Dave Mustaine, was awoken from a drunken slumber. “Wake up, wake up”. “You’re out of the band”. “What, no second chance, no warning?” “No.” The move was kind of hypocritical given the band members’ own struggles with the bottle, not to mention the fact that they had referred to themselves as ALc…
 
Fresh out of rock & roll high school, LA's Starcrawler wasted little time in delivering their punchy blend of glam, punk and rock & roll to an unsuspecting but entirely appreciative audience. It's turned their late teens and early 20s into a dazzling melee of sold-out shows and jaw-dropping accomplishments, receiving recognition from industry giant…
 
It wouldn't matter if Newton Faulkner had one hit or not - he'd still be a wonder. Whether it's his inventive and dizzying guitar playing or his stirring, emotive voice, Faulkner has remained one of the more charming and entertaining prospects of the singer-songwriter circuit - both in his native UK and abroad. He's spent most of the last decade wo…
 
Here he is. The mayor of Goodtown. The king at the top of the Tower of Song. The alt-country frontman's alt-country frontman. Better at bingo! Better at chess! He even beat you on the NAPLAN test! That's right folks, Henry fucking Wagons is here. In a Bar Bands first, we're speaking from hundreds of kilometres away - David in Wollongong, Henry in t…
 
What started in a bedroom on the south coast of New South Wales has now spread its wings and traversed the country - singing songs, sharing stories and exploring a wide spectrum of musical ideas. Sean Conran was synonymous with Obscura Hail from his teens and well into his 20s before the moniker expanded to include other people. In 2019, this inclu…
 
Conroy Ross, Paul Minor and Tomy Thisdale grew up in small-town Canada, dreaming of the west coast. Each found their way to music in a similar fashion, and soon enough they ended up in a tight-knit music community exploring their love of rock music in all its shapes and forms. Having originally formed The Carbons with a different lineup, Tomy first…
 
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Canada's Cancer Bats never formed out of any grand ambitions to change the world - indeed, it began as little more than a side project for Liam Cormier and Scott Middleton. Even so, the next 15 years saw the riff-loving Canucks take their love of punk, hardcore and rock & roll to a global stage. No matter what has come their way, the band has made …
 
There was never a universe in which such a strange band with such a strange sound and an unmentionable name would be successful. Except, of course, this one. A wholly DIY freak-folk expedition, Crywank have been streamed millions of times and faced a fervent cult fanbase wherever they would show their faces. How exactly did two working-class Englis…
 
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