The Triffid

Ep 434 – Greg Charles & The Ex-Catholics; & Terra Pines

Greg Charles & The Ex-Catholics: Performing live at the Triffid for Sonic Masala Fest on the 12th of August 2023 Greg Charles is a Toowoomba-born songwriter with about 20 years of experience on the scene in SE QLD, he’s been a member of Blonde Cobra and 6Majik9, earned the first Grant McLennan fellowship awarded in 2007 and released a solo […]

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Ep 429 – Ethan Enoch & Sarah Jay

Ethan Enoch: Live at Sonic Masala Fest at the Triffid, Newstead, 13 August 2023 Ethan Enoch-Barlow is a Quandamooka man born and raised in Logan City. Enoch-Barlow is a rapper and poet with a single recorded solo EP, ‘VOICE’, released in 2022. Ethan has also performed as a member of hip-hop trio Barefoot Boyz and The Ancient Bloods, beside a

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Ep 417 – Splat Acrobat

Splat Acrobat: Live at the Triffid, Newstead, 2 May 2022.   Splat Acrobat are a Meanjin-Brisbane alternative rock outfit who officially broke up in late 1993 when Pete Fergusson moved to Townsville, but on a few rare occasions since they’ve got together again for a gig or two. The Splats were famous from their conception in early 1990 til their

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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 389 – Gravel Samwidge

Gravel Samwidge: Live at The Triffid, Newstead, 12 December 2019 Previously featured way back in episode 63 of Live Delay, Gravel Samwidge formed in 1989 when Mark Spinks and Paul Curran from punk band The Nappy Hackers wanted to explore a new musical direction. Forming initially in Sydney, the band had many lineup changes and guest musicians as they went

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