Tertiary Links

Beat Radio

The Mae Collard Trio
Moonglow
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Aye Candy
Habit
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The Eighty 88s
Look To Me Look To You
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The Night Party
Get To You
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The D.Y.E
Spliff's Kitchen
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Lurch & Chief
Mother, Father
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Dona Li$a
Call The Police
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Orphan Tunes
Cash Dollars Dosh Doh
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Moon Dice
Cape Carnivorous
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The Twoks
First Light
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Seven Seas

The Good Ship
Let's get one thing straight: The Good Ship is a very bad ship. Drawing inspiration from fellow denizens of the deep like Nick Cave, The Decemberists and The Pogues, their pelagic folk rock charts some dark and dangerous waters, and a more mangy, cross-bred collection of influences, from gypsy to bush-band via cabaret, country and rock you’ll not hear. In the world of the Good Ship it's the good stuff that sinks to the bottom... Live, The Good Ship are a seething maelstrom of decadent musicality, with up to nine members on stage at any one time and a whole heap of archaic instrumentation from mandola, lagerphone, fiddle and trumpet to accordion. This sense of joy and anarchy hasn’t been lost on audiences and after only a short time, the crew have gathered a loyal following throughout Australia.
http://www.beat.com.au/sites/default/files/audio/radio/2012/apr/01sevenseas.m4a