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Episode Thirteen Show Notes – Best Of 2018

Spotify Playlist of most of the songs played on the show

Carfax’s ‘Kindnssizaviruz’ (not on Spotify)

And the Corporate Records version of ‘Kindnssizaviruz’ which has different songs.

The It’s A Jangle Out There radio show tribute to The Ocean Party’s Zac Denton

Roman Muradov’s artwork

The Counterforce’s 9 Favourite Albums of 2018 (in no particular order, I love them all)

Guided By Voices – Space Gun
Fightmilk – Not With That Attitude
Accü – Echo The Red
Carla J. Easton – Impossible Stuff
james – Living In Extraordinary Times
Say Lou Lou – Immortelle
Jah Wobble – Dream World
Steve Kilbey – Sydney Rococo
Carfax (Mikey B Georgeson) – Kindnssizaviruz

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Episode Thirteen – Best Of 2018

A look at and listen to the best songs of 2018 with an interlude about the best comics, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. Including Keith TOTP, Karla Kane, James, The Ocean Party, Guided By Voices, Janelle Monáe, Say Lou Lou, Fightmilk, Chorusgirl, Gerard Way, Steve Kilbey, Accü, Postiljonen, Ani Glass, Birdie, The Cleaners From Venus, Carfax, Jah Wobble, Night Heron, Big Fox, Carla J. Easton, and Spiritualized. Happy Holidays and here’s to an Awesome 2019!

Show Notes here

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Episode Twelve Show Notes – Say Lou Lou

Say Lou Lou official website

Photo by Nicolas Karakatsanis

‘Golden Child’ video

Immortelle MANIFESTO

‘Julian’ video

‘Electrify’ – Lucid Dreaming bonus track

Miranda & Elektra joining their father, Steve Kilbey, for ‘The Unguarded Moment’ when The Church played The Fonda in Hollywood, September 15th, 2017. Aug was there and it was his favourite musical moment of the year.

 

‘Insomnia’ by Curious Yellow. Karin Jansson (the twins’ mother) produced by Steve Kilbey (their father).

 

Mentioned in the episode:

Mina’s ‘Se Telefonando’

 

Nick Cave’s lovely letter in response to a fan asking about the death of his son

 

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Episode Twelve – Say Lou Lou

“There’s always a bit of Bergman when we do anything. Especially because with us being two women, the visual placements of faces together are so Bergman, how he structurally and visually put people in relation to each other…His depiction of women in film is so real, so true.”

Aug Stone talks to Miranda & Elektra Kilbey about The Eternal Spirit of Woman on their gorgeous new Say Lou Lou album Immortelle, Bergman, James Bond, covering their parents’ classic ‘Under The Milky Way’, and much more.

Show Notes Here…

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