Episode 84: No Magic; Enderie Nuatal

No Magic

No Magic
Recorded by Josh Watson.
Mixed by Josh Watson.
Recorded at The Bearded Lady, Brisbane. August 7th 2014.

No Magic is the latest project of Lewis O’Leary, the currently Brisbane-based songwriter and artist behind Old Growth Cola. He’s recently returned from living in Montreal for the last year, where he relocated following his previous band’s US tour. His new artistic outlet was established in Montreal and stemmed from his time experimenting with sound sculptures and other Arduino controlled devices. That isn’t to say that he’s forgone the pop-sensibility that has underpinned his past musical projects, if anything he’s really stepped up his game on those catchy melodies.

Listen to/purchase Old Growth Cola’s ‘Fossicking For Frogs’ on bandamp.
No Magic on Facebook.

Enderie Nuatal
Recorded by Branko Cosic.
Mixed by Andrew McLellan.
Recorded at The Haunt, Brisbane. July 4th 2014.

Enderie Nuatal is the solo techno project of Andrew McLellan, who also happens to be the brainchild behind the industrial-funk band Cured Pink. Andrew obviously has a diverse range of influences going on – Cured Pink draws inspiration from bands such as Cabaret Voltaire, SPK, Neubauten; the Enderie Nuatal moniker though is taking from early Prodigy, Aphex Twin and Monoton. In late 2013 he had his debut release on Canberra record label Moontown Tapes, it’s called ‘Sueno Yate’ and Google translate has told me it’s Spanish for ‘Dream Yacht’. Isn’t technology amazing?

Listen to/purchase a copy of Enderie Nuatal’s “Sueno Yate” on the Moontown Tapes Bandcamp.

Airing details: Originally via Zed Digital, 8-9pm, Friday 22 August 2014.
Show production and engineering: Josh Watson.

Announcing streaming Live Delay via Soundcloud

Yes! It’s here – the streaming version of Live Delay.

Miss the show no longer and listen back whenever you want – ’cause Live Delay is now available via soundcloud.

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All shows from episode 21 onwards can now be heard back via Live Delay’s soundcloud account.

You can start right now by listen back to our latest episode – Episode 28 featuring God Bows To Math and Old Growth Cola.

More info on how to listen to Live Delay can be found on the ‘How Do I Listen’ page.

Episode 28: God Bows To Math; Old Growth Cola

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In the latest – and greatest – episode of Live Delay, we jump across the pond to check in with New Zealand noise titans, GOD BOWS TO MATH. We also replay an excellent live set from Brisbane ‘strange’ pop band, OLD GROWTH COLA.

GOD BOWS TO MATH
Recorded and mixed by Josh Watson.
Recorded at The Waiting Room, Brisbane.

Taking their name from a song by The Minutemen, Auckland’s God Bows To Math are fairly regular visitors to Australian shores. Proudly DIY, the New Zealand trio have performed their unique noise adventures at over 100 performances during their four year career. Their self-titled debut hits shelves in 2011 and they’ve recently released a new 7inch single in the lead up to their forthcoming sophomore record. This performance from The Waiting Room in Brisbane back in April 2013 shows every angle of this exciting – and noisy – rock band.

Find out more about God Bows To Math.

Feature interview: Martin Phillips from God Bows To Math.

OLD GROWTH COLA
Recorded by Sky Kirkham.
Mixed by Henry Mills.

Allegedly Brisbane’s ‘strangest’ pop group, Old Growth Cola are a fascinating and not always predictable band who like to indulge in layer weird sounds over traditional pop melodies. It’s a recipe for fascination and Live Delay managed to catch them in their element at the 4ZZZ BaZZar in West End in mid-2012.

Find out more about Old Growth Cola.

Stream episode via Soundcloud:

Airing details: Originally via Zed Digital, 8-9pm, Friday 26 July 2013.
Show production and engineering: Darragh Murray.
Kudos: Martin Phillips, Josh Watson, Sky Kirkham, Henry Mills.

 

Episode 9: The Screaming Tribesmen; The Informants; Old Growth Cola

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Apparently the number 9 is unlucky in Japanese culture because it sounds like pain or distress. However, here on episode nine of Live Delay, you have nothing to fear. We’ve got three outstanding live sets to showcase for you courtesy of three great, and diverse, artists – pin back your ears back and listen out for live sets from The Screaming Tribesmen, The Informants, and Old Growth Cola in the latest episode of Live Delay.

THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham.

This is pretty special. You should know about The Screaming Tribesmen – local legends who defied the odds with a series of brilliant smash hits throughout the 1980s, both here and overseas. We were fortunate enough to capture their brilliance live on stage when the Live Delay recording team caught up with them during their reformation concert at 2011 The Gathering festival in Brisbane. Date With a Vampyre – what a song!

Find out more about The Screaming Tribesmen.

THE INFORMANTS
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham.

Can you handle the funk? Well, can you handle funk with reggae and soul thrown in for good measure? The Informants are my prescription to you then! Local Brisbane four piece specialising in getting down. Live Delay caught them owning stages back in 2011 at The Gathering Festival. Tune in for some tunes that will turn your sour mood to a stick of melted butter.

Find out more about The Informants.

OLD GROWTH COLA
Recorded by Sky Kirkham and Ellie Freeman.
Mixed by Old Growth Cola.

Allegedly Brisbane’s ‘strangest’ pop group, Old Growth Cola are a fascinating and not always predicatble band who like to indulge in layer weird sounds over traditional pop melodies. It’s a recipe for fascination and Live Delay managed to catch them in their element at the 4ZZZ BaZZar in West End in mid-2012.

Find out more about Old Growth Cola.

Airing details: First aired via Zed Digital, 8-9pm, Friday 8 March 2013.
Production and engineering: Darragh Murray.
Kudos: Sky Kirkham, Ellie Freeman, Old Growth Cola

Setlist
THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN – Date With a Vampyre
THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN – Don’t Stand a Chance
THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN – Mess With You
THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN – When I’m Gone
THE INFORMANTS – Alien Things
THE INFORMANTS – Back To Me
THE INFORMANTS – Something
OLD GROWTH COLA – Haven’t You Heard
OLD GROWTH COLA – Vibrant Colours
OLD GROWTH COLA – Falling In Love Again
OLD GROWTH COLA – The Lyghts
OLD GROWTH COLA – Real Circles
OLD GROWTH COLA – Motion Sensor
OLD GROWTH COLA – Worm
OLD GROWTH COLA – Room at the bottom
OLD GROWTH COLA – Auchenflower