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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

Artist Info


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1. Experimental Dance-Punk band fronted by singer Jack Merrett.

2. San Antonio, Texas Rapper Signed To Chamillitary Ent. Formerly Of 3rd Degree (Famous, Mark G, Liveola & Kyle Lee).

3. Toronto emcee rapper FAMOUS.

4. Australian rock band.
Although starting later than most of the other Australian post-punk bands, their members included many people who had been in earlier bands plus the next wave of fan-musicians from Newcastle NSW. They were, like everyone at this time, obviously influenced by The Smiths but added more self-depreciating humour and a tougher drum sound. Great songs abounded including 'Weatbix in the Beatbox' with it's pounding C&W rhythm and the rock anthem / soul survival of 'The Train Song'. They continued in one form or another throughout the 80's until dissipating under the weight of years.

5. Rock band from New York City with two albums to their credit: their eponymous debut and "All The Wicked."

6. Pop Rock band from Montreal, Quebec.

7. Award winning singer Fredrick ‘Dapaye’ Peters, known professionally as Famous, from Sierra Leone.
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