Garrett Kato plays ‘River Mouth’ and ‘Where The Vampires Hide’ and talks to Rod Yates about moving from Canada to Byron Bay, the famous faces he’s busked in front of, and what he’s learned from producing artists like Ziggy Alberts and Kyle Lionhart.

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Meg Mac plays ‘I’m Not Coming Back’ and ’Something Tells Me’ from her mini-album Hope, and talks to Rod Yates about why she decided to make a mini-album, how a portrait of a woman inspired the title track, and how the messages she received after releasing ‘Give Me My Name Back’ affected her.

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Rebecca and Megan Lovell – AKA Larkin Poe – perform ‘Preachin’ Blues’ before chatting with Bernard Zuel about being home-schooled, their love of the blues, what they think of being called ’The Allman Brothers’ little sisters’, and their incredible family history.

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Gaz Coombes performs ‘Deep Pockets’ and talks to Rod Yates about recording his World’s Strongest Man album at home, why making a new record can be a fraught process, and how the album is influenced by issues such as mental health and masculinity.

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Darren Middleton performs ‘Some People’ and ‘Return’ from his latest solo album, and talks to Rod Yates about working with You Am I guitarist Davey Lane, recapturing the songwriting mongrel that Powderfinger had, and being his own toughest critic.

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In Part 2 of Bernard Zuel’s interview with Neko Case, they discuss the fire that destroyed Neko’s house during the making of ‘Hell-On’, what it was like singing the song ‘Bad Luck’ the morning after the blaze, and much more.

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Cash Savage performs the title track of her new album, ‘Good Citizens’, before talking to Rod Yates about the politics behind the record, her hopes for social change, putting up with mansplaining, and why she wasn’t expecting to even make an album at this time.

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Rising country music sensation Rachael Fahim shifts things up a notch and lifts the roof off Live On The Lot with this blazing version of her new single ‘What I Don’t Know”. 

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Spit Syndicate dial in a stripped back version of Fast Friends on The Right Note.

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John Willsteed and John Busby sit down to discuss the making of Halfway’s new album Rain Lover and reveal the prodigious impact the death of John Busby’s father had on the premise of the bands six studio album.  

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