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Waste the Alphabet (10/10/2017)
October 10, 2017 11:26 PM PDT
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We preview January's Beechworth Music Festival amidst new singles from New Age Group, The Living Eyes, Girlatones, Last Leaves, Jen Cloher & more! Full playlists at http://facebook.com/wastethealphabet

TFS@BFRH_6th_October_2017
October 09, 2017 12:03 AM PDT
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I missed recording the beginning of the show. There are people who would call it a "technical Problem", but I got it wrong, and we missed the first little bit.

Anyway, Tom Petty passed away and there were tracks to be played in recognising that.
Our long song today went back to the legendary English band Traffic - Low spark of High Healed boys.
Two tunes from the Southern Blood from Gregg Allman.
Just come along for the ride, bound to be something on the menu to wet your appetite.

Waste the Alphabet (3/10/2017)
October 08, 2017 06:31 PM PDT
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After a month away, we return with new music from Montero, Swim Team, Amaya Laucirica, Tammy Haider, Alpha Hall & more! Full playlist at facebook.com/wastethealphabet

Spin a Story
October 08, 2017 06:12 AM PDT
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Spin a story is an event idea hatched by the creative crew at saint monday cafe Yackandandah and run in conjunction with Indigo FM. It blends local people telling the unique stories behind their favourite vinyl records and how those records have preserved their stories and life experiences. The next 100 minutes is from an event held at Saint Monday in October 2017 and features tunes from Dylan, Creedence, Lou Reed, Hot Butter, George Harrison, Cat Stevens, Georgie Fame, Nana Mouskouri, Pink Floyd and Scott Joplin

Eclectic Avenue 171004
October 07, 2017 12:49 AM PDT
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Sandy plays songs from the first four episodes of "Soundtracks, the songs that defined history"and tips his top hat to the late Tom Petty. Michael gushes about the Blonde on Blonde Show performed by the Old Crow Medicine Show, as well as just about emptying the box in his catch up catalog. While not to be outdone, Bernie goes against type and plays some recent stuff including lifting the lid on a "Pandora's box of biting zeitgeist". Yes you heard it first, here on Eclectic Avenue.

Eclectic Avenue 170927 Feet, Excellent Covers and Recent Listens
September 27, 2017 06:05 AM PDT
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Test your popular music knowledge by participating in DJ Nigey Nige's catchy quiz (all based on Scot Bradley and the Post Modern Jukebox), Sandy celebrates feet, and Michael continues to do what Michael does. Another eclectic musical selection for you listening pleasure.

Eclectic Avenue September 20 2017
September 20, 2017 06:01 AM PDT
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"I want to dance with Harry Dean..." On this week's edition Sandy samples the songs and music featured in some of the more memorable films of the late American character actor Harry Dean Stanton; while in a moment of inspriation Bernie reaches into his trusty sack of vinyl to play a well constructed selection of tunes. Forgotten classics or just forgotten? A truly eclectic mix..." I wanna piece of heaven before I die."

Breaking Barriers (episode 30)
September 12, 2017 02:04 PM PDT
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Shaun presents the 30th fun episode of Breaking Barriers - a show which plays music across different eras and includes Indigo FM News and Events

Indigo FM News - 9 Sept 2017
September 12, 2017 01:05 PM PDT
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Shaun hosts Indigo FM News, this week featuring contributions from Eve and Emily at Yackandandah Primary School

Eclectic Avenue 170906 Spring, vinyl and recent listens
September 06, 2017 06:23 AM PDT
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We had to delete the first 20 minutes of this excellent podcast as we realised that our dulcet voices could be heard over the music we were playing. This has been a problem over the last few episodes. However, tonight we found a way to fix this! unfortunately we were 20 minutes into the show before we found this fix. The good news is that the music played in the remainder of the show is excellent: music from recently purchased vinyl at the Indigo FM Record Fair, seasonal Spring music, and some recent listens.

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