I’d been a long time fan and listener before helping out at this years Radiothon. After that I completed the training course and jumped on a few late night shows.
RTRFM presenters are given complete autonomy to program their shows so you hear such a range of music, nothing is ever to eclectic or obscure for RTR.
I did have an interesting encounter with Colin of Beats Per Minute. While practicing in the early hours of the morning I could see on the cameras a guy standing on the table in the kitchen, turns out he was cleaning the roof at 1AM.
Siamese Dream – I’m just a big 90’s fan.
I study Sound and Radio full time at Uni, work a couple of casual jobs. Besides going to gigs I try and get outside for the occasional hike.
Thursday 22nd March
Melbourne 4-piece band, Terry, consists of four pre-well known artists, including: EAmy Hill (from Constant Mongrel), […]
Tuesday 20th March
He may be more widely known for his role in The Strokes, but Albert Hammond Jr’s […]
Monday 12th February
Indonesia’s tour-de-force music duo Senyawa and Melbourne choreographic luminaries Lucy Guerin and Gideon Obarzanek join forces […]
Wednesday 31st January
Following their show stopping debut at Camp Doogs in 2017, 80’s afro boogie, digi funk, and […]
8th December 2017
Renowned Indie Rock band Big Thief came into RTRFM to talk us through the working of […]
2nd November 2017
Recently participating in the Rising Band Comp at MoJo’s, Local band Airline Food will be performing […]
5th October 2017
Newcastle punks These New South Whales released their album “You Work For Us” earlier in the […]
5th October 2017
3-piece band PVT have been pushing the sonic boundaries of the Australian experimental electronic scene since […]