The Sunday League's debut self-titled album is ten songs rich in Tasmanian and mainland landscapes. It's music that will take you between a comfortable front porch and the wide open road.
Hey! Welcome to the very first edition of In Case You Missed It. Or if you're super internet savvy, ICYMI. Here you can find links to all the highlights from the past few weeks on Edge Radio. How cool is that? Now you can get a nice concise summary of all the coolest things to be broadcast on your little community radio station. So without further ado let's get to the list.
While the cat's away the mice come out to play, or something like that... So Aeron our Music Director is off on an adventure on the other side of the world, we needed some talented ears to keep the new music playing on the airwaves. So we tapped the two Louis' (second Louis not pictured) from Faces for Radio and Pete The Ride to band together for the month of May to be Edge's Music Directors. We better ask them a few questions
What did you think when you were asked to be guest Music Directors?
Louis: What went through my head was, sweet, not I get to tell people what to listen to.
Pete: I has no idea what work was involved in being an MD. All the cataloging and organising that goes into it. I'm amazed.
How different is it from doing your own program?
Louis: It's not that different, really. But there's way more music the sift through. The influx of new music is non stop.
Pete: It's completely different. You don't get to be anywhere near as self-indulgent.
You've been doing it for almost a week now. What's the most surprising thing you've learnt so far?
Louis: I didn't realise how diverse the music Edge gets sent to it. I think I've discovered at least ten bands that I have a hard time describing.
Pete: I've been quite surprised at how little information some press releases give us. Some waffle on and don't really manage to tell us anything about their music. Top tip artists, good press releases are essential.
That'll do for now. Thanks Pete and Louis!
Jade Imagine is a four piece band based out of Melbourne, led by singer, songwriter and general good vibe bringer Jade McInally (previously a member of Teeth & Tongue and currently plays with Jess Ribeiro). Along with bandmates Tim Harvey (Emma Louise, Real Feelings), Liam 'Snowy' Halliwell (The Ocean Party, Ciggie Witch) and Jen 'Sholaki' Sholakis (East Brunswick All Girls Choir, Jen Cloher) Jade Imagine make music that is subtle and candid, personal and understated, peppered with dry one-liners that stop a listener in their tracks.
Words: Milk! Records
No Sleep Team hosted by Perri Deane, is a hip hop radio show that has been on-air since December 2014. No sleep Team has evolved over the years to now playing the latest hip hop music from rising talents to some of the bigger names in the industry that you have grown to love. So let’s get to know a little bit more about Perri and his experiences.
Other than your show, what’s your favourite Edge Radio Program?
Edge Radio Recommends, I hear a cool kid hosts that, no, no I kid. My favourite Edge show is a tough one, I am quite fond of all the programs we have on edge but one that stands out to me is The Party Line, I’m not big into politics but the girls do such a great job with their show. It’s put together so well and is one of the best produced shows I think we have on Edge.
Do you have any special moments that you’d like to share?
One of my biggest highlights was interviewing a local Melbourne DJ/Producer/Artist Juñor. He was such a nice and humble guy and to this day has been my favourite interview I have done, he was so grateful about the whole thing and it was just such a chilled experience.
What do you think radio will be like in 10 years?
I think radio wont exist in 10 years, well it will but not how we have it now. There wont be any FM or AM, it will just be all on the World Wide Web with everything else.