Ep 319 – The Steady As She Goes and Edith Thomas Furey

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The Steady As She Goes – Nick McKeon
Edith Thomas Furey – Tal Wallace

The Steady As She Goes:

Live at The Bearded Lady, West End, 26 October 2019

The Steady As She Goes is the solo project of Brisbane musician and occasional music journalist Tal Wallace. After the dissolution of his band The Smokestack Orchestra, Wallace began making music on his own as The Steady As She Goes in 2012 with a series of drum machines, guitar effects pedals and his own unmistakably deep voice.

A highly prolific artist, Wallace has released a long string of EPs and albums, the latest full-length being 2019’s “Symmetry”. He was also previously featured on Live Delay in episode 146 back in 2015, a performance at The Triffid that was later released as the live album “Blind Cave Things”.

Recorded by Jack Brock
Mixed by Tyrell Shortt

Edith Thomas Furey:

Live at The Bearded Lady, West End, 26 October 2019

Edith Thomas Furey began life as a three-piece band but since 2014 has just been the solo endeavour of Joel Glazebrook, formerly of Exit Ghost. The project was previously featured in episode 178 of Live Delay back in 2016 and the EP “Sleep Well, My Love” was released in early 2019 on Valley Heat Records.

Recorded by Jack Brock
Mixed by Tyrell Shortt

4ZZZ Live Delay · Live Delay – Ep 319 – The Steady As She Goes and Edith Thomas Furey

Both sets in this episode were mixed by an audio production student from the School of Audio Engineering Institute Brisbane as part of their course.

Show production, engineering and host: Scott Mercer
Originally aired via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 31 May, 2020

EP 178: Edith Thomas Furey; Undead Apes

Edith Thomas Furey

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Recorded & mixed by Reuben Aptroot.

Recorded at The Brightside, Brisbane, 4th March 2016. 

Coming from Brisbane, this one man band is the brain product of Joel Glazebrook. Using an elaborate setup of synths, drum machines, guitars, and loop pedals both in the studio and for live performances, Edith Thomas Furey create catchy new wave post punk with an 80’s feel, with some heavier kind of elements taken straight from the 90’s industrial scene. Since august he has released three singles, with mention of an EP due in the future.

Undead Apes

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Recorded by Reuben Aptroot.
Mixed by Branko Cosic.
Recorded at Club Greenslopes as part of Sonic Masala Fest, 13th August 2016.

 

Undead Apes are the all star team of punk rock bands from Brisbane in the early 2000’s. They feature Simon Graydon from Sekiden, John Mercer from Greig, and Dick Nasty, Adam Scott from Eat Laser Scumbag!, and Renae Elise from Gazoonga Attack. Their live shows are a complete rarity with their bassist Adam living overseas, but they have still found time to write and record three albums over their lifespan, which have all been released on Brisbane label mere noise records. Their latest album ‘Landfill’ was released on the 14th of June 2016 and features lyrical themes such as astrophysics, recreational use of embalming fluid, tofu, communist brainwashing of youth via rock’n’roll, and affairs of the heart. This set was captured at their only live show of 2016.

Airing details: Originally via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 18th September 2016.

Show production and engineering: Branko Cosic.