Ben Leece plays ’Nothing (Not Anymore)’ and ’Stuck to My Guns’ from his debut album No Wonder The World Is Exhausted, before talking to Rod Yates about working with Shane Nicholson, the LP’s deep lyrical themes, and why he almost quit playing music.

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CJ and Dani almost come to blows over ‘Afterlife’, but find common mediocrity in ‘Turn Up Charlie’.

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Ziggy Alberts performs ‘Bright Lights’ and ‘Laps Around The Sun’ before talking to Rod Yates about how he wrote the songs while travelling the world, what he learned about himself while busking, and why he’s been kicked out of laundromats.

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Celebrating the release of their first kids’ album, The Really Really Really Really Boring Album, reaching number one on the iTunes children’s chart, the experimentalist band Regurgitator sat down with host Neil Griffiths to talk about how a kids show performance at Dress Up Attack festival inspired the shift into the release of a kids’ […]

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CJ and Danielle McGrane review Destroyer featuring one of Nicole Kidman’s most talked about performances and the Spanish language mystery, Everybody Knows, starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz, which opened the 2018 Cannes Film Festival in competition. 

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Dear Seattle frontman Brae Fisher performs ‘Maybe’ and ‘Daytime TV’ off the band’s debut album, Don’t Let Go, before talking to Rod Yates about its creation, the ups and downs of being in a group, and the deeply personal events that inspired the song, ‘I Keep Dreaming’.

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British rockers The Struts perform ‘Could Have Been Me’ off their debut album, Everybody Wants.

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British rockers The Struts chat to Rod Yates about their new album Young & Dangerous, collaborating with Kesha, supporting the Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters, and the obstacles they’ve faced trying to bring glam rock into the 21st century.

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Your ANZ esports wrap where we look at Rift Rivals, the GFinity Elite Semi-Finals and Aussies competing in the IEM Shanghai Qualifiers.

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CJ Johnson sits down with writer/producer, David Elliott-Jones, to discuss his zany, yet very poignant documentary, Big In Japan, which explores how fame has completely changed in the digital age.  

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