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Far From One Note

Monday 15th April / presented by Adam Trainer

The Drones formed in Perth in 1998, and moved two years later to the east coast of the country. Thirteen years and several line-up changes later, after numerous tours and accolades including the inaugural Australian Music Prize for their 2005 album Wait Long By the River... they've released their sixth studio album, the majestic, ambitious, intense and brilliant I See Seaweed. The band's chief songwriter and lyricist Gareth Lidiard checked in with RTRFM's music director Adam Trainer ahead of their appearance at the Astor on Friday April 19 for a chat about songwriting, convicts, and why they should give Charles Bukowski to high-school students.

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