Archive for April, 2004

Sandringham Hotel

Tuesday, April 27th, 2004

Legendary Sydney venue on King St in Newtown. Tune in for music by Frenzal Rhomb, Bernie Hayes, Love Me and interviews with Susie Schlesinger who booked the venue, writer Linda Jaivin, and Mandy Pearson, lead singer of Love Me whose tap dancing came out of the closet for the beloved Sando.

Bernie Hayes – Mission in Life
Front End Loader – Mandino Deluxe
Mr Blonde – Sunday
Disneyfist – Elvia
Atticus – Open My Mouth
Louis Tillet and Charlie Owen – I’m Down
Crow – Paper Eyes
The Dirty Three – Some Summers They Drop Like Flies
Vesuvia – Spunk Rat
The Gadfly’s – Don’t Leave Me A Fool
Linda Jaivin – Reading from Rock ‘n’ Roll Babes from Outer Space
P Harness – Belconnen Mall
Love Me – Buy Me A Drink
spdfgh – Salt To Pain
Lustre 4 – Shock So Crude
Shouties – Following My Our Tracks

Sydney Songs!

Tuesday, April 20th, 2004

Two hours of songs that mention our favourite city. It might be a bus route, the Manly ferry, the local pub or a particular suburb. All genres welcome.

The Zimmerman – Don’t Go To Sydney
Dave McCormack – The Inner West
John Kennedy – Miracle in Marrickville
The Whitlams – You Sound Like Louis Burdett
Paul Kelly – Randwick Bells
Midnight Oil – Wedding Cake Island
Morganics – The Block
Good Bhudda – Sydney’s Got the System
Outline – The Cicada That Ate Fivedock
Died Pretty – Whitlam Square
David Lane – Church Point Avenue
You Am I – If We Can’t Get It Together
Youth Group – Booth St
Bluebottle Kiss – Generic Teen
The Herd – Locked Down In Lugarno
The Herd – Sutherland Pickup
The Skyhooks – Somewhere in Sydney
Soap Star Joe – Ziggy Niszcot (Never Played Guitar)
Damien Lovelock – On A Blue Phone From The Green Iguana
Carla Werner – Piccolo Song
Robert Forster – I’ve Been Looking For Somebody
Sidewinder – Slideshow Freak

Bluebottle Kiss

Tuesday, April 13th, 2004

With more than a decade of releasing quality recordings and playing captivating live shows, Bluebottle Kiss have a long and highly respectable history on the local scene. Check in to hear BbK frontman and songsmith Jamie Hutchings on the Sydney Retrospective this week, playing tracks from the early years (Double Yellow Tarred ep, Higher Up The Fire Trails album) right through to the latest LP release Come Across.

Kevin Purdy

Tuesday, April 6th, 2004

He’s known as Purdy and is part of Tooth, but long ago he also played with bands such as Box the Jesuit and more. He talked to Dan Buhagiar about the years leading up to his latest release, Fairytale Insurance.

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