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Songs of the Week (15.02.2019)

This week was yet again, another great week for Australian and international music; featuring new releases from Ninajirachi, Four Tet, Methyl Ethel, Tourist and more! Aussie indie-rock act Methyl Ethel released their third record Triage. Written, produced and recorded entirely by Jake

Songs of the Week (08.02.2019)

This week in music absolutely banged; featuring brand-new SLUMBERJACK, Blanke, Running Touch, Disclosure and more! First off, Aussie duo SLUMBERJACK dropped their highly anticipated SARAWAK EP. The duo spent a large portion of last year releasing collaborations with artists like

Station Tech Blitz with CMTO and Technorama

The 2RRR Tech Blitz was conducted on 12 and 13 January 2019. The Blitz was a CMTO (Community Media Training Organisation) and Technorama project, funded by the CBF (Community Broadcasting Foundation) and 2RRR was used as the model for this

Feature Albums

Keonico – Be Someone Else

Our feature album this week is from Hunters Hill producer Keonico with his brand-new album Be Someone Else. Keonico is an electronic music project that has been operating over the past three years by none other than myself (Lachlan Stevens).

Echo Drama – Before It All Ends

Our feature album this week is from Melbourne Dub / Reggae 9-piece Echo Drama with their latest album Before It All Ends. Recorded over the last three years, Before It All Ends is a welcome return for any Echo Drama fan.

Broods – ‘Don’t Feed the Pop Monster’

Our feature album this week is from New Zealand duo Broods with their third-studio record Don’t Feed the Pop Monster. Following the release of their 2016 album Conscious, Georgia and Caleb Nott have returned to share their latest musical invention; Don’t Feed the

Featured Programs

Australian Pop Legends on Retropopic Radio

Neil Saint talks with Australian pop music legends Lonnie Lee, Brian Cadd, Mark Gable and Russell Morris on the earliest days of Australian pop music. What were the music listening habits of Australian young people in the 50’s? Why were

Girl Talk on Midday Jazz

Rob says “Dear Tammy, it’s really just girl talk, you know. The things we did last summer in Macarthur Park will remain our secret. I’m sure Paul Desmond, Ella Fitzgerald, Artie Shaw and Ernestine Anderson would never tell on us.”

Frangipanis and Lissies on Real World Gardener

Did you know there are literally hundreds of new colours for the much loved Frangipani tree? Marianne speaks with the President of the Frangipani Society of Australia who promises to sprinkle magic dust onto your Frangipani to help it flower.