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Global Climate Strike 2019 – Part 2

Wednesday 20th November

Global Climate Strike 2019 – Part 2

RTRFM 92.1 disrupted its usual broadcast last Friday, September 20, to take part in the Global […]

Global Climate Strike 2019 – Part 1

Wednesday 20th November

Global Climate Strike 2019 – Part 1

RTRFM 92.1 disrupted its usual broadcast last Friday, September 20, to take part in the Global […]

Erupting News in the Kerguelen Plateau

Wednesday 20th November

Erupting News in the Kerguelen Plateau

Its a common thought that Australia is the only continent with out any volcanos but this […]

FaceBaited

Wednesday 20th November

FaceBaited

This September a Bunbury woman revealed she was conned out of more than $600,000 by criminals […]

Slip!Slop!Slap!

Wednesday 20th November

Slip!Slop!Slap!

That time of year is back again where teens from all over Australia flock to the […]

An environmental issue too big to ignore

Wednesday 20th November

An environmental issue too big to ignore

Some times the environmental problems are too big for even the government to ignore. We have Minister […]

Understorey: Climate Emergency 2019~ER and our bushfire catastrophe

Wednesday 20th November

Understorey: Climate Emergency 2019~ER and our bushfire catastrophe

Many people around the world are concerned that time for action on climate and species extinction […]

Bonfire of the Vanities

Wednesday 20th November

Bonfire of the Vanities

If you’re into visceral theatre of the senses, this PrideFest experience is the one for you. […]

Farmerville: Episode 7

Wednesday 20th November

Farmerville: Episode 7

Our resident pop culture expert Raphael is back for your weekly dose of Farmerville. This week, […]

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This Week's Featured Music

Listen to the feature albums and our selection of the best new tracks Listen in Jukebox

RTRFM Feature

Giant Swan by Giant Swan

Local Feature

Something About the Light by Tracey Read

RTRFM Sound Selection

Our favourite 14 new tracks

I, Cavallo

Leon Vynehall

Honeybird

Andras

Please Daddy

Sarah Mary Chadwick

No One Else

The Finks

Live at RTRFM

Wednesday 20th November

Slightly Odway: Siobhan Cotchin V Kill Devil Hills

“I’m such a massive fan of the Kill Devil Hills” Siobhan Cotchin put her own spin […]

Wednesday 13th November

Slightly Odway: Jamilla V Great Gable

“It’s kind of the first Perth song I fell in love with” Jamilla revisited her first […]

Thursday 7th November

Slightly Odway: Tim Voutas Quartet V Tanaya Harper

“This tune is great, I’m gonna do a thing on it” Ahead of their appearance at Courtyard […]

Wednesday 30th October

Slightly Odway: Tone Youth V Ta-ku

“We all love this song, it only seemed fitting” Tone Youth have been kicking around since […]

Taking Care of Business

Taking Care of Business: Tap Into Your Intuition

Saturday 9th November

Taking Care of Business: Tap Into Your Intuition

Fear, the word alone sends chills, the familiar feeling on Monday about the week ahead It […]

Taking Care of Business: Developing Your Soft Skills

Saturday 9th November

Taking Care of Business: Developing Your Soft Skills

Sometimes change in your business or career can be so rapid that it feels like a […]

Taking Care of Business: Traits of a Great Leader

Tuesday 8th October

Taking Care of Business: Traits of a Great Leader

Catpaz spoke with David Pich on what traits are need to transform a good to a […]

The Moorditj Mag Podcast: Ep #14

Tuesday 19th November

The Moorditj Mag Podcast: Ep #14

In this week’s edition of the Moorditj Mag Podcast, Nick and Ebony discuss the nation wide […]

The Cockatoos

Tuesday 19th November

The Cockatoos

This week the WA Youth Theatre Company will premiere its adaptation of the Australian author Patrick […]

It’s a Wonderful Life!

Tuesday 19th November

It’s a Wonderful Life!

We have another Christmas performance for a good cause for you: Katt Osborne and Nick Maclaine […]

An illustrated history of the Lester Prize

Tuesday 19th November

An illustrated history of the Lester Prize

Founded in 2007 by Tina Wilson, The Lester Prize (formerly known as the Black Swan Portraiture […]

The Land That Time Forgot

The Land That Time Forgot: Mutants of Desire

Tuesday 19th November

The Land That Time Forgot: Mutants of Desire

Music shaman Ross Chisholm joins Taylah in the Morning, guiding us down the rabbit hole of Perth […]

The Land That Time Forgot: Harlequin League

Tuesday 12th November

The Land That Time Forgot: Harlequin League

Musical tour guide Ross Chisholm is on deck to give us another story of a Perth based […]

Land That Time Forgot: Tantrums & Fools Rush In

Thursday 24th October

Land That Time Forgot: Tantrums & Fools Rush In

It’s that time of the week where we dive into our musical archives on The Land […]

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  • "I'm such a massive fan of the Kill Devil Hills"

Siobhan Cotchin put her own spin on Foresaken Few, a vintage The Kill Devil Hills song for Slightly Odway this morning on Breakfast with Taylah. 
Joining her in the studio was Carla Geneve, together they brought harmonies for days.

Audio: Damon Sutton
Video: Stephanie Pease, Photographer
  • 🌈JOIN US, NOV 30 🌈 
Whether you are a listener, a musician, an artist, or a supporter of the station Walk with RTRFM in Pride Parade 2019.

All are welcome to help us celebrate and champion our LGBTQIA+ community and reflect on the heroes who have made this celebration possible.

Hit ‘Going’ on our Facebook event for updates on where you can find us on the day 💖

#PrideParade2019 #Pride #WalkWithRTRFMinPrideParade2019
  • As 2020 approaches we're on the lookout new program proposals from both existing members of the station and the general public for next year's programming!

We're after on-air programs, segments and podcasts so get clued up at the link below and get thinking!

https://rtrfm.com.au/submitprogram/
  • As well as our feature albums, be sure to check out our weekly Sound Selection for the hottest new and forthcoming tunes.

https://rtrfm.com.au/features/

This week's selection features tracks from @charliesflatmusic / @sarahmarychadwick / @stenny___ / @ponderers / @annacordellmusic / @nerijamusic / @spacey_jane / The Finks / Failed Flowers / @andras.dj / @scott_and_charlenes_wedding / @poppongene / Leon @vynehall / @alaniofficial
  • This week's local feature album is this week is Something About The Light from @tracey.read.

Over the last few decades, local singer-songwriter Tracey Read has made a name for herself releasing four acclaimed solo albums, as well as being a part of Perth favourites The Wine-Dark Sea, and she's back in fine form with her latest solo full-length Something About the Light. Across 12 heartfelt tracks, collaborating with fellow local musician Hugh Jennings, Something About the Light, read pairs softly strummed acoustic guitars with her enchanting, sincere vocals to create beautifully earnest indie pop, with a hint of alt-folk here and there. With an Eastern States tour planned for next year, and plans for a new record from The Wine-Dark Sea, Something About the Light marks an important, fruitful part of Read's career in extremely fine style.
  • Our RTRFM feature is Giant Swan from @giant_swan.

Formed in Bristol's vibrant melting pot of soundsystem culture, rock, drum and bass and avant-garde sounds, Giant Swan have been honing their unique blend of sounds for over half a decade, following up a string of EPs with their impressive debut, self-titled album. A logical culmination of the sounds of their previous releases, Giant Swan sees the duo fusing the manic, fuzzy, industrial-tinged techno intensity with a fresh depth and range. Immersive droning synths meet intense percussion, all with a pleasingly, fitting distorted edge to the production, with a raw and free-flowing approach to composition and arrangement, forgoing the more formulaic approach to techno usually employed. Heavy, pounding kick drums meet reverb-soaked vocal samples that float above hectic percussion, fuzzy guitars and hyperactive synths. Giant Swan's aim with their debut album was to leave "everyone in the room scratching their heads, or moving their feet," both of which the record more than achieves, in the best possible way.
  • Start your weekend the right way - with free local music under the stars at the Courtyard Club 🌟

This Friday from 5pm we are joined by Chelsea Cullen, Trisk and DJ James Allen (Giant Steps) for a sensational night of WA talent at the State Theatre Centre Courtyard.
  • RESPECT!!! 📸 @steph.pease

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