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 385 – Moody Beaches

Moody Beaches: Live at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, 28 February 2020 Moody Beaches are a Melbourne three-piece formed in 2017. With Anna Lienhop on vocals and guitar, Jessie Dennis on vocals and bass and Julia Watt on drums, the band released their debut EP “Weird Friends” in 2018 on Poison City Records. Recorded by Sam Louis Mixed by Declan Coleman

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Ep 379 – Screamfeeder

Screamfeeder: Live at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, 23 July 2020 In August 1991, singer/guitarist Tim Steward, bassist Kellie Lloyd and drummer Tony Blades formed Screamfeeder in Brisbane, evolving out of a previous band formed in Townsville called The Madmen. Screamfeeder quickly became a fixture on the local circuit and their debut album “Flour” was released in 1992. Follow-up album “Burn

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EP 145: Jeremy Neale; Screamfeeder; Ups and Downs; Ed Kuepper

This episode is dedicated to 4ZZZ’s 40th birthday, which was celebrated on Tuesday the 8th of December, 2015. On the 20th of September, 2015, 4ZZZ and Brisbane Festival presented a showcase of seminal acts that have been integral to Brisbane’s music scene over the last 40 years and much loved by 4ZZZ and their listeners. This episode is dedicated to that

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EP 139; Screamfeeder

Screamfeeder Recorded and Mixed by Branko Cosic. Recorded at The Spiegeltent at Brisbane Festival for 4ZZZ Flashback: 40 Years of Independent Radio Celebrations, 20th September 2015. Episode 139 of Live Delay features legendary 90’s alternative rock group Screamfeeder. Beginning in Brisbane in 1990, Screamfeeder have become icons of the Australian alternative music scene, leading the way for independent Australian artists.

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