2018 Golden Guitar Winner for Female Artist of the Year Aleyce Simmonds dials in a haunting version of “As Above So Below” on Live On The Lot.

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Christie, Adam and CJ are still finding themselves challenged and thoroughly entertained by Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s extraordinary Hollywood satire.

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Hayley Marsten and Arna Georgia sit down to reveal the creative inspiration behind ‘The Tour With No Name’ and recall the time they first jammed at the CMAA Academy before dialling in a stripped back version of Taylor Swift’s hit ‘Delicate’.   

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CJ Johnson and Adam Boys sit down to review ‘Searching’, the hyper modern debut thriller from from Aneesh Chaganty, which follows the journey of a father as he is forced to use the digital technology we now use every day to track his daughter’s footprints before he looses her forever.   

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Jarryd Hayne joins Willie Mason and Iain Byrne to preview the NRL Grand Final between the Melbourne Storm and the Sydney Roosters.

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Michael Shuman from Mini Mansions (and Queens Of The Stone Age) performs ‘Midnight In Tokyo’ off Mini Mansions’ latest EP, and talks to Rod Yates about the heartbreak that inspired the song.

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Alt-country songstress Gretta Ziller joins Melanie Dyer on Live On The Lot to discuss the hidden meaning behind Queen Of Boomtown, how growing up listening to her Mum’s mixed tapes of Aretha Franklin, Edith Piaf and Pavarotti shaped her sound and why she believes you need to be able to let things go in life. […]

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Michael Shuman from Mini Mansions (and Queens Of The Stone Age) performs ‘Midnight In Tokyo’ off Mini Mansions’ latest EP, and talks to Rod Yates about the heartbreak that inspired the song, how the band almost called it quits while making the EP, and how he first started playing music and got into punk rock.

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Former NRL enforcer Willie Mason sits down with Iain Byrne to preview the juggernaut between Souths and the Roosters and share his reasons why he thinks Souths will be playing next weekend. 

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CJ Johnson, Adam Boys and Christie Aucamp-Schutte review The Merger. Directed by Grentell and staring Damian Callinan, John Howard and Kate Mulvany the film explores the themes of racism and mateship as a cash-strapped Aussie Rules football club in rural Australia are forced to recruit a refugees to keep the club afloat. 

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