The Zoo

Ep 392 – Golden Age of Ballooning

Golden Age of Ballooning: Live at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, 31 January 2021 Golden Age of Ballooning are a movable feast – a sprawling, psychedelic group crossing and blending a variety of genres. They have gone through several lineup changes since starting in the early 2010s, but are currently made up of Wolfe Peterson, Eliza Heath, Madi Morris, Jack Bratt …

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Ep 386 – Bad Sext and Grieg

Bad Sext: Live at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, 17 July 2020 Bad Sext started off when Brisbane songwriters Ella Austin and Meg Macdonald got together to write funny songs with a feminist edge. They soon put a full band together, now comprised of Mitchel Howard on guitar, Emma Walnut on bass and Sam Hodgkinson on drums. Their debut EP, “Muff …

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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 383 – Full Power Happy Hour and Claude

Full Power Happy Hour: Live at The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, 11 September 2020 Full Power Happy Hour coalesced in Brisbane in 2018 around the songs of singer-guitarist Alex Campbell. Previously known for her work in punk bands GUNK and Bad Bangers, Campbell’s folkier material had previously only had an outlet in her occasional solo side project Alekka. Now fleshed out …

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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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