Delve headlong into the world of DJ Samuel Harmony and his record collection. $1 - $1000 records given equal treatment and airtime. For all that's good in Boogie, Disco, House, Afro, Modern Soul, AOR & much much more.
Your hosts Sam and Kris coming in hot to weave you together a show full of wonders. One listener takes umbrage thinking that Kris doesn't know who Peter Urlich is (of course he is well known as the man behind True Bliss), and Sam asks the audience to help him find the name of a band that is on the tip of his tongue...the Shaggs
Ben Zambo reviews Shin Godzilla, and Oscar brings in a controversial sauce made from some pineapple that has gone rancid in the back of his fridge.
Sam is back on deck with a bunch of records and stories from across the ditch . Oscar also returns with a sweet sauce switch up and his own tales from the Hamilton of Australia - Brisbane. Kris plays a couple of deep wave cuts - it's a fun time cause it's good times radio bb
Kris McFang is back in at the helm with his partner in crime absconding over to Melbourne for the weekend. Plenty of fun had on the show none the less, the sun shining through the windows as spring bursts outside, and tunes to match.
Foolish Harp/Waerera - Bhundu Boys
Tinariwen - Nannuflay
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Hunnybee
Telepathe - In Your Line
Blood Orange - Out Of Your League feat. Steve Lacy
This week, Ben Zambo has reviewed the Michael Moore vehicle, Where to Invade Next, in which Michael Moore travels the world learning about social and political policies from around the globe which might benefit America...and make these countries possible targets for subsequent invasion.
Keria reviews, and raves about, Benedict Cumberbatch vehicle 'Patrick Melrose', a UK mini series based on the semi-autobiographical novels by Edward St. Aubyn about his life of substance abuse in New York between 1980 and the 2000s.
Ben Zambo reviews new film American Animals from Bart Layton (director of excellent documentary 'The Imposter'). The film follows the story of a heist of the rarest and most valuable books from the Transylvania University library. Playing with the form, Layton blends recreations of the crime with interviews with the actual culprits to help make sense of how the plot was conceived, and where things went wrong.