theaussieword.com catches up with MAXON. Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? Music has always been the thing that makes me tick. It snaps me out of any state and makes me feel like I can take on the whole world. …
theaussieword.com catches up with Spectoral for a special online chat.
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music?
As a kid I had organ lessons… and although I never really liked what I was learning to play on the thing, I loved being able to control deep basslines with the pedals. Looking back I think I treated it as my first synth. More often than not I just ended up playing around with the arpeggiator and all the flip-buttons, making these never ending auto-chord programmed songs, recording them onto cassette and making my family listen to them all in the car. It drove my sister crazy.Continue reading
#MorningShow989 this week welcomes special guest Film and TV Director/Producer Giovanna Mercuri for a special preview of her latest film The Target and television series The Travel Counsellor along with a mix of new and throwback tunes.
#MorningShow989 this week welcomes two special guests – Josh The Cat (Melbourne) and Lauren Housley (London/UK) LIVE for a special preview of their latest singles plus we remember Andreas Florez, a #MorningShow989 special guest from August 2016 who sadly lost his battle with leukaemia just days after the interview. There’s your usual mix of #ThrowbackThursday classics plus some great new tunes and Australian premieres.
Two special guests on this week’s #MorningShow989, local Melbourne artist Peter Wilson and UK based artist Sean Smith who join the show for a special preview of their duet Verona – thank you Sean who phoned in LIVE from Romania at 1am! Peter Wilson previews his latest work plus shares some ultimate rare Stock Aitken Waterman classics.
Incredible belly laughs on this weeks #MorningShow989 alongside special studio guests Melbourne artists Thomas Keating and Zain Mitchlan. You’ll hear the world premiere of Zain’s new single ‘Lie’ plus Thomas Keating takes us through his latest work. There’s a bunch of fresh hits mixed in with some great retro throwback.
#MorningShow989 this week welcomes back good friend French DJ GOTTA for a special preview of his latest single Daddy Is Home featuring Tiana. There’s a bunch of fresh hits plus some classic #ThrowbackThursday anthems.
Hi Brian first let me start by thanking you so much for having me.
My mum tells me that as a toddler I used to stand up in my cot and sing little tunes. Not words but tunes. So I think that even before I knew that I loved music, I loved music. All through primary and high school I was involved in music classes singing, playing keyboard and, every parents dreaded, recorder. Lol. When I was 17 a friend showed me the 3 chords to play ‘Wild Thing’ and the rest is history.
theaussieword.com catches up with Tush from Tales!
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? Hey guys, It’s Tush from, Tales, and we all live in little old Adelaide! Our band started off in 2015 with our old name ‘The Winter Gypsy’. We’ve been writing ever since! My first interest in music came from pure boredom. I was recovering from an injury, and my sister had literally stopped playing guitar (she was the musician in the family) to take up photography and graphic design. As her interests changed, she gave me her guitars, taught me how to play Wonderwall, and the rest is history.Continue reading
theaussieword.com catches up with Matt Balfe from Motor Ace.
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? Like most GenX kids growing up in a country town, I got into rock music early on. Many hours were spent in front of countdown, producing and trading mixed tapes recorded directly from FM radio, and later taping rage on a Saturday night. By the start of high school, I had taken up guitar and decided that being in bands was going to be my thing. Early influences included The Clash, The Cure, and the Sex Pistols. Really anything that sounded like the opposite of ABC classic FM (top of the pops in my house growing up).
Episode #103 of #MorningShow989 this week as we welcome Conn Raney, Los Angeles based singer/songwrtier and recording artist to premiere his brand new single ‘Simple Man’ to Australia for the very first time! In the second hour, we welcome back one of our favourites, Jason Singh to preview his latest single ‘Last Goodbye’ and upcoming record release ‘VALE’. There’s your great mix of #ThrowbackThursday including Carly Simon, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and The Moody Blues plus fresh new hits from The Chainsmokers, Amy Shark, Ben Hazlewood and more!Continue reading
theaussieword.com catches up with Kav Temperley from Eskimo Joe to discuss his latest solo album ‘All Your Devotion’.
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? It all began with the Beatles. At some point in time I bought myself The Beatles complete song book and by the time I had learned every song in the book at the age of 13, I was ready to start writing song of my own.Continue reading
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? I was drawn to music pretty young. When I was about 7 I used to love the tv show Fame about the performing arts school in New York. I asked my mum to enrol me in dancing classes which I did til I was 12. By the time I was a teenager the dancing gave way to playing guitar and lots of acting in amateur theatre productions. When I was about 14 I discovered Ratcat which turned me on to pop songs played really loudly and noisily and soon after that I discovered Nirvana and by the time I was 15 I was a total grunge kid
What motivates or influences you in your quest to make great music? Just trying new things and setting myself new challenges. I’m always listening to music and looking to discover new music, often by going back rather than what is current because there is so much music from the past that I missed and want to appreciate.Continue reading
On Episode #102 of #MorningShow989, we pay tribute to the late Aretha Franklin in a Morning Show music special plus special guests Australian singer/songwriters Nik Navy and Bryce Sainty stop by for previews of their latest work. There’s loads of fresh hits plus a pinch of #ThrowbackThursday.
theaussieword.com catches up with Sam Rasmussen from The Paper Kites.
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? Well I started playing the bass guitar when I was 11. I joined the school band and it all started happening from there. Over a decade later, TPK formed. We were all friends, and started out playing covers at weddings for our friends. Eventually we made a few demos, booked a few shows and it caught on.Continue reading
This week on Episode 101 of #MorningShow989 we celebrate the music of Madonna on her 60th birthday with a one hour non-stop Madonna music feast then in the second hour we welcome Melbourne singer and songwriter Séb Mont to the studio for a chat and a spin of his debut single Battleground.Continue reading