Adelaide singer-songwriter Indy Stanton performs ’Trust’ and ‘Go Home’ from her debut album The Candle Room, before chatting to Danielle McGrane about the record’s creation, why she temporarily quit performing as a teen, and why she’s obsessed with the show ‘Friends’.

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Rick Steff and Ben Nichols from Lucero perform ‘To My Dearest Wife’ and the title-track of their latest album ‘Among The Ghosts’ before talking to Rod Yates about the inspiration behind the songs, what it was like recording in Sam Phillips’ studio in Memphis, and why fans were worried that Ben wouldn’t still be able […]

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Magpie Diaries perform ‘Beat Myself Up’ and ‘Strawberries and Cream’ before Matt and Jess chat to Bernard Zuel about their new album, Sanctuary, how they found time to make it in between organising four festivals, and whether they really do sell honey by the road.

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Sydney songwriter Perry Keyes plays ‘Oh Jimmy’ and ‘Hyde Park Hotel’ and talks to Bernard Zuel about his latest album, ‘Jim Salmon’s Lament’, singing about the people of inner-city Sydney, the positive side to getting polio as a child and much more.

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Sydney songwriter Dominic Breen stops by to perform and chat to Danielle McGrane about being taught music by Angus & Julia Stone’s dad, why he once wanted to be a rugby league commentator, and the release of his debut EP, Lay Low.

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Tia Gostelow performs ‘Phone Me’ and ’Strangers’ from her debut album Thick Skin, and talks to Rod Yates about the impact growing up in a remote community had on her, what it was like playing in pubs at the age of 12, and the process of writing her new LP.

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English superstar Gaz Coombes drops into the studio and plays a stripped back version of Deep Pockets from his latest solo album,  World’s Strongest Man.

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Montgomery Church play a hauntingly beautiful live version of Your Troubled Mind on The Right Note. 

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Cielle Montgomery and James Church – aka country duo Montgomery Church – play Your Troubled Mind and talk to Rod Yates about recording their album in a barn in only three days, playing Nashville’s famous Bluebird Cafe and touring Australia in a retro vintage caravan called Bessie.

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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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