Episode 6: Dappled Cities; Dune Rats

Dappled Cities

Dappled Cities

In the latest episode of Live Delay we engage in a battle of the D-titled bands, catching up with the much loved DAPPLED CITIES of Sydney town, as well as Brisbane’s own DUNE RATS.

DAPPLED CITIES
Recorded and mixed by Harvey O’Sullivan, 2012.
Produced by FBi Radio, Sydney.

Featuring songs from across their four album discography, we bring you a special Dappled Cities concert recorded in mid-2012 by our friends at FBi Radio in Sydney. The accomplished and critically acclaimed Sydney band really pull out all stops and this extended set brings you songs like ‘Holy Chord’, ‘The Night Is Young At Heart’ and even the oldie (but definitely a goodie) ‘Peach’. Dappled Cities – a great live band and captured here on in their majestic best.

Find out more about Dappled Cities.

DUNE RATS
Recorded by Sky Kirkham, 2012.
Mixed by Branko Cosic, 2012.

Holy mixtapes batman, this Dune Rats set is full of mind-blowing awesome. For the uninitiated, Dune Rats are a surfy-garagy duo from BRisbane with a fondness for crazy party hijinks. The 4ZZZ live recording team were present to capture the band demonstrating their wide ranging live musical powers at the 2012 Rock to Transmit at The Primitive Room in Brisbane, and by the beard of Zeus, it was enjoyable. Fortunately, we can share it here with you on Live Delay. Listen in for ‘Pogo’ – it’s a winner.

Find out more about Dune Rats.

Airing details: First aired via Zed Digital, 8-9pm, Friday 15 February 2013.
Production and engineering: Darragh Murray.
Kudos: FBi, Harvey O’Sullivan, Sky Kirkham, Branko Cosic.

Cover image taken by James Dennes. Used under creative commons license CC BY 2.0.

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