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Exploring the intersections between culture and activism, THIIIRD Waves spotlights guests whose expertise and lived experience provide insights on topical issues through the lens of representation, access and privilege. New episodes are released bi-monthly, and to hear the show spliced with an eclectic mix of music influenced by cultural diasporas, tune in to the culture channel on Soho Radio. The show is hosted by the women of THIIIRD magazine - producer Daniela Hornskov Sun, DJ Tryb, and f ...
 
At a time when music is at its most ubiquitous and supply is everywhere, what is it that drives artists to continue to create and do what they do? ‘The Bottom Of It’ is a podcast hosted by New Zealander Joshua Moriarty who is a musician, songwriter and performer for both Miami Horror & All The Colours. These candid conversations philosophise and muse over the music industry, the meaning of life, what art offers to the world, what being a creative gives back to the people of this planet and h ...
 
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Hosts Daniela and Rhona explore the experiences of POC students and staff in higher education and what we wish we’d have learnt during Uni. Speaking with guest Kareem Samara in the studio about GARA, Goldsmith Anti Racist Action, finding out what the 4.5 month occupation of Deptford townhall was all about and what is happening since. Kareem Samara …
 
How does access and privilege play into a person’s ability to gain this important life skill, and is the swimwear industry catering adequately to different types of bodies? This is a special episode as we feature our friends from the fantastic podcast - On the Outside who have diverse views on outdoors news, produced by the lovely ​​Francesca Turau…
 
Language can be a tool, a creative expression, even a therapeutic method. Plunging into the fluidity of language in this episode, we will hear poetry by Thành Trần, and also give practical advice in speaking with second language speakers. Thành is a London based Vietnamese artist who engages in visual communication through animation, photography an…
 
Conrad Keely has been a hero of mine for a long time. Since being shocked and beguiled by the lyrics to the title track from …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead’s 4th studio album, ‘Worlds Apart’ I’ve been a fan ever since. Their 5th record, ‘So Divided’ is one of my favourites of all time and their 3rd record, ‘Source Tags & Codes’ received…
 
A practical guide to boycotting monopolies from within the creative industries. Co-hosted with Aaron Moritz and Shawn Vulliez from Srsly Wrong, a utopian leftist comedy podcast. Is it worse to work on a recruitment advert for the US military than for the New Zealand military? Staring down job offers from Amazon studios versus Marvel (owned by Disne…
 
Paul Kelly is one of the great voices of Australia. Not in a way where he preaches or speaks for others, it is in the way that he tells stories of its inhabitants, never hiding the scary or the ugly yet always with a tenderness and a beauty and honesty that is so hard to encapsulate as a songwriter. His song ‘How To Make Gravy’ has become a Christm…
 
Davey Lane is a red hot gun slinger. He joined You Am I as a youngster back in 1999 and since then has gone on to play with Crowded House, Todd Rundgren, Jimmy Barnes and a bunch of other big names in the biz, he’s the sort of musician you could comfortably get to join any band and know he will instantly make it better. He has also been making solo…
 
Cultural appropriation is the act of a dominant culture taking aspects of a culture that is not their own and utilising it in some way for their own expression or benefit. On this episode we will be considering how the conversation around cultural appropriation has expanded over time, and asking the question of where the line between cultural appro…
 
Luke Steele knows how to create magic. From his accomplished work in the early 2000’s with The Sleepy Jackson to the grandiosity of Empire Of The Sun and the bold musical exploration and experimentation of his project Dreams with Daniel Johns from Silverchair, Luke has written some absolute first class tunes that contain that inexplicable quality w…
 
With the uptake of the vaccines being low among the black and other racialised communities in the UK, we ask the question why? Shining light on some of the historical medical misgivings and modern healthcare inequalities which have set the stage for hesitancy, we take a deeper look at the situation of the present. Question include - how has the vac…
 
Mr Darcy, Edward Cullen, Nick Young are just a few of names of the men that stole the hearts of many young readers. These fictional crushes are often unrealistic, and at times problematic. On this episode, the hosts and Kosi Reni Amayo, author and founder of Onwe - an independent publisher based in the UK, dive deep into tropes in media, and ponder…
 
Argentinian artist Daniela Spalla has all the hallmarks of a star. Charisma, style, wit, talent, the look, she is the complete package. Based in Mexico City she has been rising to fame steadily over the last 5 years. Her latest record ‘Puro Teatro’ (Mere Theatre) is an 80’s inspired affair with sophisticated musicality and top notch songwriting all…
 
Cancel culture is an ever provocative term and hot topic. There is a lot of fear surrounding 'being canceled' but who are the odds really stacked against? On this episode we explore how we hold people and organisations accountable, and separate the art from the artist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Gretta Ray is a natural when it comes to songwriting. She was already kicking arse as a teenager when she won the Vanda & Young songwriting competition for her song Drive back in 2016. Since then she has released some impressive singles and an excellent EP and her debut album ‘Begin To Look Around’ will be out in August of this year, nice one Grett…
 
Murray Cook is one of the founding members of Australian children’s music group The Wiggles. Easily recognisable in his red skivvy with a guitar around his neck, Murray played in the band for 20 years and recorded an enormous amount of records (an album every year and sometimes more!). At their peak they were known to play up to 40 shows a month an…
 
The arts industry is one of those sectors that relies on human interaction, whether it is to experience a live theatre performance, music in a venue or at a festival or even just popping into a gallery. So what happens when all those spaces disappear or at best become socially distanced. Max Golfar works for Hootananny the venue in birxton as Music…
 
Lachlan Stuckey is the guitar player in Melbourne instrumental soul band Surprise Chef. He also runs the record label College Of Knowledge which puts out their records and other like minded contemporaries. Their latest record ‘Daylight Savings’ is exemplary, the playing is super tight, the production is gritty and the musicality is on point, it’s i…
 
Coco Reilly released her debut self-titled record in December of 2020 and it’s excellent, it was a swell way to finish off a very silly year, thanks Coco! Recorded in Nashville over the course of a few years it took her 3 attempts at recording it to get it right and was definitely worth all the hard work. Coco and I have worked together on a bunch …
 
Starting a new year in lockdown has a lot of us in a slump. Who hasn’t needed some help to get their energy in gear or kickstart a new routine? This show is packed with suggestions from our guest - Rosemary Ikpeme, creator and founder of MYnd Map, which designs and creates products that are full of techniques and productivity tools to help you buil…
 
With a special focus on how the viral #EndSARS hashtag has helped galvanize people to demand justice for the people of Nigeria, we talk with Chioma Agwuegbo, and discuss the state of unrest between the police and people all over the world. Whether it is chaperoning young, first-time women politicians, co-creating solutions for sexual and gender-bas…
 
Clinton Tokona is the bass player for iconic New Zealand band Weta. Tookie (or Toks as he is known) and I have been good friends since Weta released their debut (and only!) album ‘Geographica’ back in 2000. We met backstage at Kiwi high school band competition The Pepsi Smokefree Rockquest which I was competing in with my first band 1QA and Weta we…
 
Neurodiversity is a buzzword that has increasingly become the umbrella term for conditions such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia. We delve into what it means to be neurodivergent, and explore how it shapes the way people move through the world, creativity, mental health and more. Tyla Grant creates content to challenge the preconceptions of autistic ad…
 
In this episode we explore how the concept of 'masculinity' plays a role in society, how to be a man, its oppressive potential, and the toxic effects of mimicking that archetypal image of success. Guest hosted by Chima Nsoedo with Rhona, DJ Tryb and Daniela. Guest Ashton Attzs is a queer, black, London based-artist whose paintings and illustrations…
 
We will talk about what love is: from drawing an understanding of self love, to questioning the ways we treat romantic and platonic relationships, and looking at models of love that do not conform to heteronormative frameworks like polyamory and open relationships. Joining us on this episode is Louissin Torah and Jared Phillipo the creative produce…
 
From making bars and events more inclusive by having a broader non-alcoholic menu, to less than 1% craft beers, to the multitude of damaging effects of alcohol, to how the threshold of qualifying as an 'alcoholic' is much much lower than people would like to think. We hear from guests Lauren, the originator of instagram account Brutal Recovery, a b…
 
Guest host Chima Nsoedo, Rhona, and Daniela look at ways of self-reflecting intentionally in our daily lives, as well as framing it within the thoughts of ‘Access’. Featuring audio excerpts from events held at Tate Modern with contributions from guests: Poet Roshni Goyate (Founder of The Other Box), Poet Kai Isaiah Jamal (who’s part of BBZ LDN), Cr…
 
In this part 2 of discussion around tourism, hosts Daniela, Rhona and Tryb invite professor Debbie Lisle to discuss some darker sides to tourism touching on the concept of ‘dark tourism’, volunteerism, privilege and sex tourism. Debbie Lisle is a Professor of International Relations at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy & Politics at Q…
 
Hosts Daniela, Rhona and Tryb invite professor Tom Selwyn to discuss issues surrounding tourism, with stops at Mount Everest, Venice Island and more. Tom Selwyn is a Professorial Research Associate at the Department of Anthropology and Sociology and the London Middle East Institute. He is widely published in the field of the anthropology of tourism…
 
Hosts Daniela, Rhona and Tryb invite photographer Hark1karan on the show to discuss their experiences of having mixed heritage. Hark1karan's photo project captures Punjabi life in India and the UK. In his interview, we hear stories of how this work has been received by his community of 2nd and 3rd generations Punjabi young people. See acast.com/pri…
 
Nicolaas Oogjes is the ringleader of globulous, wonky and gooey Melbourne band NO ZU. Self labeled as ‘Heat Beat’, NO ZU is a 10-piece party of flesh, muscles, horns, rotor toms, whistles and ass shaking vibes. We sat down to talk about constructing the ZUniverse, Nic’s new project Cong Josie, The no strings attached policy of NO ZU and how Austral…
 
Edward Quinn is one half of Melbourne electronic duo Slum Sociable. Edward takes care of all their production duties (AND the hot guitar licks!) and is a real wiz when it comes to whipping up fresh beats in the studio. Edward and I along with Angeline Armstrong have been collaborating on a new project called Telenova over the last year and things a…
 
The Phoenix Foundation are one of my all-time favourite bands. So much so that I’ve dedicated two episodes to them! Since their second record ‘Pegasus’ was released in 2005 I’ve followed their career closely and have caught them live every chance I’ve had. Samuel Flynn Scott is one of the principal songwriters and singers in the band alongside Luke…
 
The Phoenix Foundation are one of my all-time favourite bands. Since their second record ‘Pegasus’ was released in 2005 I’ve followed their career closely and have caught them live every chance I’ve had. Their records are always lush sounding and filled with brilliant songs and beautiful instrumental compositions. Luke Buda is one of the principal …
 
Donny Benét has a very strong aesthetic. An Italian 80s lothario, a nostalgic romantic, a hot shot bass playing love machine, the list goes on. His latest record ‘The Don’ encapsulates all these things and his videos are always exceptional, Donny doesn’t miss a detail. We sat down to talk about his love for jazz and how it has influenced his career…
 
Malcolm Besley is a strong all-rounder. Not only is he the drummer in Northeast Party House but he also mixes and produces their records as well as contributing songs to the band, that’s a man of many talents! He has mixed and produced a bunch of great Australian acts over the years including Client Liaison, City Calm Down and of course All The Col…
 
Gareth Liddiard is an icon. He is enigmatic, prolific, never adheres to trends and has a voice that is completely his own. With The Drones he paved the way for countless other Australian acts and his new band Tropical Fuck Storm is just as fresh and innovative. We sat down to talk about meat space, Gareth’s musicological obsessions, why Eric Clapto…
 
Ben Plant has world-class eyes and ears. Whether it’s the strong visual aesthetic he has created for Miami Horror or the attention to detail in every song he produces, there is always a vision and an intention behind everything he is involved with. He is very aware of current trends and loves exploring and creating something new. We sat down to dis…
 
Stella Mozgawa has the magic feel. It’s something certain musicians possess, when they are behind their instrument you are captivated as a listener and their touch is so natural you never question what they are playing, it’s just right. Stella has been the drummer in Warpaint for over 10 years and in that time has delivered that magic to their crit…
 
Hannah Joy is a positive presence. Her vigour and effervescence is contagious and it overflows into her music with the band Middle Kids. Middle Kids have been kicking arse in Australia and the U.S. for quite a few years now and keep getting bigger and better with every release. We sat down to discuss turning your mind into a happy place, what songs…
 
Chris Walla is a musical all rounder. He was a member of Death Cab For Cutie for 17 years and produced all their records during that time while also playing in the band AND writing songs, that’s a lot of jobs in one! These days he is producing records, songwriting, mentoring, being an all around legend and lovely guy. We sat down to talk about the …
 
Olympia is the alias of Australian artist Olivia Bartley. She writes evocative songs, plays excellent guitar and sings like a bad ass, basically she knows what’s up! Her new record ‘Flamingo’ just came out and is a real treat, the production is super tight and her voice rips, it’s top-shelf stuff. We sat down to discuss guitar trolls, being an inte…
 
Ainslie Wills is a musical explorer. Her songs weave and move in such beguiling ways taking the listener on a sonic journey yet they are always held together firmly by the elegance and captivation of her voice. Her recent single ‘Society’ was voted one of the top 5 songs of the years by her peers in the APRA AMCOS song of the year contest which is …
 
Nick Launay is one of the legendary music producers. He has made records with Kate Bush, INXS, Midnight Oil, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Arcade Fire, the list goes on and on! We sat down to discuss capturing emotions as a producer and how to get an emotional response from listeners, we talk about being in the room for THE iconic Phi…
 
Nick Launay is one of the legendary music producers. He has made records with Kate Bush, INXS, Midnight Oil, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Arcade Fire, the list goes on and on! We sat down to discuss capturing emotions as a producer and how to get an emotional response from listeners, we talk about being in the room for THE iconic Phi…
 
Dan Whitford is the founding member of Australian dance act Cut Copy. Cut Copy were part of the first wave of Australian dance acts that put the Australian indie-dance scene on the map and paved the way for bands like Miami Horror, we owe them a lot! Cut Copy are five records deep now and their latest offering ‘Haiku From Zero’ is my favourite to d…
 
Luke O’Loughlin is one of my all-time favourite Australian songwriters. A perfectionist and master of his craft, his band I Know Leopard have put out some absolute corkers over the last 5 years and I truly believe they will stand the test of time. We sat down to talk about writing music for an audience as opposed to writing only for yourself, gibbe…
 
Fat Freddy’s Drop are one of the great live acts, their show is world class and it always gets a party started. However, there is so much intricacy and attention to detail behind the party, their music is sophisticated and heavily considered. Mu is the production mastermind behind the band, a beat maker and vibe curating extraordinaire. We sat down…
 
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