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As two (2) recent college graduates and current awkward 20-somethings, friends and fellow crazy people Tanner and Erek understand that we are living in socially revolutionary times. They don't really do anything on this podcast to address that but they do get a tad inebriated and discuss the trivial things that you probably actually care about deep down once you get past all the fake woke-ness on the surface. This includes everything from music to condiments. So uhhhhh yeah, welcome in, Dads.
 
Culture-Wise is your connection to what's important in Jamaican music & pop culture. Each episode focuses on highlighting the global influence of our culture and its historical context while providing a platform for Jamaicans to talk about Jamaican culture through thoughtful discussions, interviews, and music reviews. Available every Friday with hosts Romii K and Kii. Follow us @culturewisepod on IG & Twitter and Culture-Wise Network on Facebook. Subscribe, tune in, and let's hol a reason, c ...
 
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David Jones is a master drummer, percussionist, composer and a hell of a nice guy. David has been a monumental force on the world scene when it comes to his musical craft, he has played with some of the most recognised artists around the world and is known both internationally and of course hear in Australia, we talk to him about where it all began…
 
Adam Simmons is a composer a saxophonist an educator and now the editor of the Dingo Australian Jazz Journal. He stops by to talk about how the magazine came into existence, what the story behind the name is and the mission that this new and exciting publication has. Dingo Jazz has also given us access to live recordings taken from their special op…
 
Daniel Gassin is a native Melbournian that has been living n Paris for the past 8 years, he is a composer, a pianist and he also has a new recording out released in April of 2021 called "Change of Heart" with his "Crossover Band." He has kindly taken the time to talk to us about how his new recording, the inspiration behind it and also the great mu…
 
The influence of Jamaican music on almost every aspect of our society is undeniable. The lingo, the fashion, and even our values and morals are shaped, in part, by our music culture. This week, The Crew takes a look at a few music moments that created shifts in our society and the consequences of being heavily “Under the Influence”…
 
John Scurry is a guitarist, a composers and and painter living in Melbourne. He has a new recording out with his Band "Reverse Swing” called "Early Risers" out on Lionshare Records. He sits down and talks to us about how he got this band together, the process he takes to write this music and also what he uses for inspiration when writing this music…
 
MEATSHELL are an Australian experimental-folk duo duo that are from Melbourne originally from Brisbane, they have a new recording out Called "Since Subito" on Earshift records. MEATSHELL are made up of Helen Svoboda on bass/vocal and Andrew Saragossi on tenor saxophone. In this interview they explain how they have developed their minimalist sound a…
 
Nat Bartsch is one of the busiest ladies in Australian music at the moment, she is a jazz piano player, a jazz and classical composer, a mother and has also landed the gig for the Play-school show touring in Victoria for 2021 and she is our special guest on this episode of the Australian Jazz and Groove podcast. We will also hear new music from Ade…
 
Geoff Kluke is an Australian Jazz legend and has played with everyone in the business, both from here in Australia and over seas, he is a composer and a self confessed Bass-aholic and he is our special Guest on this episode of the Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast. We will also hear tracks from Funky Miracle, John Scurry, Izy and the Daimon Brunto…
 
Welcome Back to the Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast. This week on Episode 2 of season 2 we are talking to Dan Quigley, a Brisbane based Trumpet player, Composer and Educator who is also the musical director of the Jazz Music Institute, Australia's only tertiary institution that is dedicated solely to the art of Jazz. He will be talking to us abo…
 
The Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast is back with another season of fine Australian Jazz and Groove music. This Podcast is committed to bringing to the light some of the amazing composers we have in Australia in the jazz and jazz groove vein. This season we will endeavour to bring the latest releases from around the country. Episode #1 of season#…
 
Episode 8 of The Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast is super funky and features new music from Melbourne based funk outfit "Pickpocket" who will be releasing their latest recording on December 18 of 2020. We talk to band leader and bassist Craig Strain about how he put this album together with his "Pickpocket"band mates. Craig gives us an insight i…
 
Welcome to Episode #7 of the Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast. We have labeled this the "Western Australian" episode as we feature all artists living and hailing from Western Australia. In this episode we talk to Nick Abby, Perth based musician and composer about his latest recording "Phantoms." We get an incite into how he wrote this music, who …
 
Welcome to episode no.6 of the Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast. The podcast has been ticking along now for a few months, thanks for all the positive feedback and please keep in touch at the Australianjazzandgroovepodcast@gmail.com This Episode we feature the latest recording from Berardi/Foran/Karlen entitled "Haven." It features Kristin Berardi…
 
In this episode we talk to Julien Wilson, Australian Jazz Legend and all round awesome human being. He talks to us about how he has coped musically with Covid-19 while in lockdown in Melbourne. He also talks about the making of "This World" , a recording he co-released with Mike Nock, Jonathan Zwartz and Hamish Stuart back in 2019. Quotes: "Regardl…
 
Talent shows are a universal platform for launching artistic careers of all kinds. International shows like American Idol and X Factor have produced certified popstars...but what about Risings Stars and Magnum Kings and Queens? This week the Culture-Wise crew asks: what’s preventing our talent platforms from propelling more reggae and dancehall act…
 
In this episode of the Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast we talk to Anje West and Kym Ambrose from The View from Madeline's Couch about their new release Boss Nova Sunset Club. Listen as they relate how they made a life long commitment to Brazilian Music and the joy of recording with and Performing with Brazilian Drummer Marcio Bahia who they brou…
 
Episode #3 of the Australian Jazz and Groove podcast features the amazing singer and composer Elly Hoyt. We talk to her about growing up in Tasmania, how that has effected her musical journey and how her latest release "The Composer Voice: A Celebration of Australian Women Composers came together. We will also hear tracks from bassist and composer …
 
Episode #2 The Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast is designed to showcase the fantastic jazz and Groove composers and musicians we have here in Australia and bring their talents to the light. In this episode we talk to composer, arranger, musician and theatre performer Dr James Whiting who is originally from Brisbane but is currently residing in La…
 
Welcome to episode number one of the "Australian Jazz and Groove Podcast". This Podcast is meant to shed light on the fantastic composers we have here in Australia and in particular in the Jazz and Groove vein. In this episode we will hear form Ade Ishs, composer and pianist from Melbourne about his release "Stories Under the Sky," a collaboration …
 
Well kids, this is an episode we've been looking forward to for a bit. We were finally able to pod with Spanish musical artist Adriana Proenza. She was nice enough to FaceTime with us all the way from Madrid and discuss everything from her passion as a musician and actress to dying record labels in the music industry to the meaning of life. That's …
 
Live from the Mercy College SoundSquare, this is the first of a very exciting trilogy full of guests who all deserve flame emojis next to their names. In this edition, we are joined by 1/4 of pop punk band The Everafter, guitarist Rich Rivera. They have a show at Gold Sounds Saturday May 12 (TOMORROW). We also have Kristin Millard with us, #1 Dedic…
 
Back at Mercy Studios, fire music peeps Mini Mac and Tommy Watson join the Slackers ahead of their March 16 show at The Well in Brooklyn. Oh, Erick died too but we honor him very extensively so he can rest in peace so hard. Not to mention we get a very interesting phone call that is rudely interrupted by a class trying to use the studio. The educat…
 
Ahead of his March 3 comedy show at the Producer's Club, Izy McCoy plays host during his second hour with the Slackers and honors an unsung black hero for Black History Month. LNPR presents a special report about interestingly themed cookbooks and Erick reviews the Barney soundboard. Mini Mac is still in the building and he spits a 16 after much co…
 
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