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My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Nov 23, 2015

Erudite multi-hyphenate songwriter, musician, bandleader and producer Lance Ferguson (The Bamboos, Lanu) opens up on his deep emotional connection with the most inconic album in jazz history - Miles Davis 'Kind of Blue'.

Lance reveals how the album is tied into the complex relationship with his father, how the songs...

Nov 19, 2015

Lindsay McDougall aka The Doctor, Frenzal Rhomb guitarist and broadcaster, on Welsh punk rockers Future of the Left's debut album 'Curses!' (2007), why he loves hate and cynicism, and his ongoing feud with the Adelaide Tourism Commission. 

My Favorite Album is a podcast unpacking the great works of pop music. Each...

Nov 16, 2015

The French drummer for West Australian rocker Tame Impala, Julien Barbagallo is also a singer/songwriter who creates his own form of what he calls 'manicured pop' music.

We talk about how April March's 1999 album turned him from a Britpop fan into an appreciator of French creativity, how to appreciate music when you...

Nov 11, 2015

Badass white witch of Australian roots music, Melody Pool, wears the influence of Joni Mitchell's "Blue" album like a badge of honour.

In a frank and generous conversation, Melody talks about how discovering Joni from an unexpected source helped revolutionise her songwriting, the influence of depression on 'Blue',...

Nov 9, 2015

The thunderous heart of Australia's greatest rock'n'roll band You Am I, drummer Rusty Hopkinson, dons his professor's cap and guides us through a potted history of garage rock and early psychedelia through the seminal Lenny Kaye compiled box set 'Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era' (1972).