Ep 299 – Best of 2019 Part 2

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Following on from our mid-year retrospective back in July, we are delighted to present Part 2 of our best of 2019, drawing on the cream of the crop recorded in the back half of the year.

Featuring highlights from Tape/Off, Full Flower Moon Band, Moreton, Elder, Chalk, Tralala Blip, TOP nachos, TOTTY, Polygon Woods, The Stress of Leisure, Hound, HEXDEBT, Ex Catholics, Jess Ribeiro, Desperada and Julia R. Anderson.

Show production, engineering and host: Scott Mercer
Originally aired via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 22 December, 2019

Ep 292 – Tape/Off and Elder

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Tape/Off – Scott Mercer
Elder – Mimm Steele

Tape/Off:

Recorded by James Fearn-Wannan
Mixed by Branko Cosic
Recorded at Sonic Masala Fest – Greenslopes Bowls Club, Greenslopes, 17 August 2019

Previously featured on Live Delay in 2013 and 2014, Tape/Off have been a reliable presence in Brisbane’s music community going on a decade. Anchored by the founding partnership of singer/guitarist Nathan Pickels and drummer Branko Cosic, Tape/Off released their first EP, “Unreel Unravel”, in 2010, followed shortly by “…And Sometimes Gladness” in 2011.

By the time their debut album, “Chipper”, came out in 2014 the band had locked down the lineup of Pickels, Cosic, bassist Cameron Smith and second guitarist Ben Green. Production of album #2 began immediately after the release of “Chipper”, though it would be four years before the result, “Broadcast Park”, saw the light of day in 2018. Since then, the band have gigged and toured regularly, and in October 2019 released a new single, “Work Xmas Party”.

Elder:

Recorded by James Walker & Scott Mercer
Mixed by Tynan Illand
Recorded at The Bearded Lady, West End, 18 April 2019

A relatively new but much beloved presence around Brisbane, Elder are fronted by singer/guitarist Matt Burton and backed by Henry Reese on bass and Talia Bond on drums. After playing their first gig together in February 2018, the following month footage of Burton playing a solo cover of the Violent Soho song “Like Soda” at the Milton Markets went viral, raising the profile of the band.

Since then they’ve played regularly around Brisbane, releasing debut EP “Cyril” in December 2018 on Valley Heat Records. Elder were previously featured on Live Delay a year ago in episode 259, but this set features an almost-entirely different collection of songs, a testament the band’s restless, creative spirit.

Airing details: Originally via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 27 October, 2019

Show host: Scott Mercer

Show production and engineering: Scott Mercer

EP 259: Port Royal & Elder

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Photos: Room Riot Photography (PR) unknown (E)

Port Royal

Recorded & mixed by Reuben Aptroot
Recorded at The Foundry, Brisbane, 6th July 2018

Brisbane rock n’ roll revivalists Port Royal formed in 2015. Their current line up consists of Lawson Doyle on guitar and vocals, Liam Morton on lead guitar, Chase Brodie on bass and Connor Arnold on drums. They unleashed their debut EP The Express in May, 2016 which earned them support slots for The Delta Riggs, Cherry Dolls and Wolfmother.

2017 saw the release of single “Get Heavy” which landed in 2nd place in the 4ZZZ Hot 100 countdown of 2018. Playing a host of dates across the east coast of Australia earned them an enthusiastic following. The Love, Passion, Satisfaction EP was released in August 2018 with a heavy run of touring to support.

 

Elder

Recorded & mixed by Branko Cosic
Recorded at Sonic Masala Festival, Brisbane, 18th August 2018

Elder are Matt Burton on vocals and guitar, Thomas White on bass and vocals and Talia Bond on Drums. Their debut single “Vagabond” gained strong radio support soon after its release in December, 2017. Since then they have shared bills around Brisbane with Andrew Tuttle, Good Boy, Chakra Efendi and Yukon Era (NZ).

Airing details: Originally via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 7th of October 2018.

Show production and engineering: Reuben Aptroot.