The Blurst of Times returns to Brisbane, featuring performances from Woodboot, Deafcult, Heads of Charm, Twin Haus, The Murlocs, The Goon Sax, John Steel Singers, Waax and Kirin J Callinan.
Everett True details what he did tonight instead of watching Australian indie/dance band Cut Copy ply their watered-down version of 80s New Order. I cursed this fucking dry cough again. And again. And again. I laboured through tiredness. I recorded a new video – and wondered what has happened to that recording John Steel Singers made […]
In terms of listeners, Triple J is way down the list; figures released this week put it in seventh place in Brisbane. And yet its influence is massive.
Triple J week hits the middle of the week. Today was the first day in the week when a song got played more than once (‘Doncamatic’ by Gorillaz) and when the obvious signs of playlist that were starting to be seen yesterday became clearer. While Triple J’s playlist isn’t as restricted as Nova’s, where you […]
Day 2 of Triple J week here on Collapse Board and business as usual, with not a whole lot of difference from yesterday. Once again Australian music dominates, although the percentage is slightly down from Monday’s 50%. Less songs were played today than yesterday, 108 versus 114, mainly as a result of The Doctor being […]
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