How did you become involved in the station?
I had come to the station a few times to present my own music. Becoming a presenter seemed like the next step; I am very passionate about the local scene.
If stuck on Mars, what five albums could you not go without?
Perhaps just these two:
Abbey Road by The Beatles
Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan.
What is the best thing about being involved in the station?
Being part of a radio station that is relevant to the community.
If you could present a show other than your own, which would it be and why?
Presenting El Ritmo or Saturday Jazz or Soulsides would be fun.
What do you do in real life?
I make music and organize gigs.
Sunday 7th October
Audio-visual artist, Robin Fox, was in Perth for a solo set at The Sewing Room, as […]
Sunday 16th September
Bunbury multi-instrumentalist, Gracie Smith, is a new member of the Perth music scene. She was guest […]
Sunday 19th August
A series of interviews with regional WA artists conducted by Eduardo Cossio during a tour of […]
Thursday 28th June
Lakes is the first release by mainstays of the local exploratory scene Djuna Lee, Eduardo Cossio […]
Tuesday 29th May
Local musicians Josten Myburgh and Jameson Feakes are proponents of a focused and austere music-making. Their […]
Saturday 21st April
Musician Fabian Rojas talks to Eduardo about his life in Chile, early musical influences, and playing […]
Tuesday 3rd April
Guest on Difficult Listening was Polish-Australian composer Dominik Karski discussing his work both in Perth and […]
Sunday 4th March
Mainstays of the local improvised scene Lenny Jacobs and Kirsten Symcycz joined Eduardo Cossio for Difficult […]