Ep 411 – Fresco Kyoto

Fresco Kyoto: Live at the Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley, 2 January 2020 Meanjin/Brisbane-based art-pop group Fresco Kyoto came about on the scene in 2017 with the release of their debut single ‘Fool Me Once’, since then they’ve picked up a record deal and released a steady stream of singles and EPs. Taking inspiration from acts like Mansionair, London Grammar, …

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Ep 410 – Double Bummer & Lackadaisies

Double Bummer: Live at the Foundry, Fortitude Valley, 20 February 2020 A bloody fantastic little band consisting of Erin Fanning and Joe Campbell. Unique as they come – Double Bummer were active around 2018 until 2020 and very sadly never released any recordings. Chaotic, lo-fi and upbeat, it would be brilliant to see this talented two-piece back in action again. …

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Ep 409 – Seja

Seja Live at Netherworld, Fortitude Valley, 20 February 2022 This episode of Live Delay features German-Australian musician and synthesiser enthusiast Seja Vogel, an artist previously featured in Live Delay episode number 235. Seja started her music career during high school in sunny Brisbane circa 1998, when she formed electro-punk outfit Sekiden with her brother Mirko Vogel and Simon Graydon, the …

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Ep 408 – Little Scout

Little Scout: Live at Woodford Folk Festival, Woodfordia, 29 December 2014 Little Scout were a Brisbane band formed in 2008, centred around the songwriting partnership of bassist Mel Tickle and guitarist Patrick Elliott. They initially pursued a very folky – perhaps even twee – sound on their first two EPs, 2008’s “Dead Loss” and 2009’s “Different in the Distance”. Their …

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Ep 407 – Waveney Yasso

Waveney Yasso: Live at The Junk Bar, Ashgrove, 9 July 2022 Waveney Yasso is a Meanjin-based singer, songwriter and instrumentalist of proud South Sea Island and Aboriginal descent. After graduating from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2014, Waveney brought her career home to Meanjin and formed one half of acoustic duo Black Salt with Georgia Corowa. Waveney …

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Ep 406 – Alana and The Sunday Scene & Feeding Fauna

Alana and The Sunday Scene: Live at The Bearded Lady, West End, 19 January 2020 Alana and The Sunday Scene have since changed their name to ALLORA. Forming in mid-2019, ALLORA always brings an exciting energy to their sold-out shows, playing sets at the Brisbane Indie Project, Ungrained Festival and QUBE Effect. With their sophomore single, “Talk2U2Nite”, ALLORA introduces the …

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