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Songs of the Week (10.05.2019)

This week in music featured a huge variety of new releases from Logic, Mac DeMarco, Rhye and more! To kick us off, Logic dropped his second album of 2019; ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’. Mac DeMarco shared with us his

Our May Training Course is still accepting applications

Do you want to learn to make your own radio program? 2RRR’s next Radio Training Course will start on May 21 2019, and there’s still time to get in your application. For more information please phone the office on (02)

Songs of the Week (19.04.2019)

This week in music came with some great new releases from Kevin Abstract, Loyle Carner, Lizzo and Lastlings! To start us off, Kevin Abstract dropped a surprise 6-track EP ‘Ghettobaby’; his first release since 2016’s ‘American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love

Feature Albums

Bailey Black – Crazy LP

Our feature album this week is from Australian singer-songwriter Bailey Black with her debut-album Crazy.  Bailey Black is a 17 year-old musician from Brisbane, who over the past three years has been carefully piecing together her beautiful 9-track release; Crazy.  The

Stella Donnelly – Beware of the Dogs

Our feature album this week is from Perth musician Stella Donnelly with her highly anticipated debut-album Beware of the Dogs. Stella first emerged into the public’s eye with the release of her two singles Mechanical Bull and Boys Will Be Boys in 2017. Generating widespread

Seattic – Retrospeculation

Our feature album this week is from Melbourne electronic artist Seattic with his debut-record Retrospeculation.  Seattic is the solo-project of Adrian Osman, the former lead guitarist of Brisbane rock outfit Tourism. Taking a departure from his traditionally rock roots, under the

Featured Programs

The Chicken Shack on Midday Jazz

Rob is talking all romantic again because he says “Straighten up and fly right, my one and only love. Otherwise the very thought of you will stay back at The Chicken Shack Bar and Grill. Perhaps Etta James, Jimmy Smith,

Butterflies on Real World Gardener

Marianne teams up with Margaret Mossakowska from Moss House, to tell you all you need to know about getting the vegetable garden ready to plant any Brassicas-Cabbages, Cauliflowers, Broccoli and Kale in the Good Earth segment. Growing Peas in vegetable

Studio Orchestras on There Goes That Song Again

The 1940s was the era of the big bands, but by the early 1950s, it was the studio orchestras that were having hits: orchestras lead by Percy Faith, Hugo Winterhalter, Les Baxter, Nelson Riddle and many others.  So in today’s Special, we’ll feature the