Tuesday January 29, with Ella Hooper

Artist Song
Pavement We Are Underused
Boy Boris
Yo La Tengo Before We Run
DZ Deathrays Dumb It Down
Total Control Scene From A Marriage
Graveyard Train I’m Gone
Woollen Kits Susannah
Jake Bugg Note To Self
Ella Hooper Low High
Mirrorring Silent From Above
Angels of Gung-Ho Charade
Night Control You’re Nine
The Bakers Digest Haunt Me
Summer Flake Where Do I Go?
No Zu 100% Viscose
Thee Oh Sees Tidal Wave
Tame Impala Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
Built From Sticks I Soared
Everything Everything Kemosabe
The Sunbirds Post Fighting / Crying
Cymbals Eat Guitars Living North

Interview: Summer Flake


Steph Crase AKA Summer Flake dropped in on Danni and Walter to have a chat about her most recent EP Where Do I Go?, and to tell us about her upcoming shows in New Zealand and at the South by South West showcase in America.  She also brought in her guitar and played a couple of tracks.

Severed Lips (Dinosaur Jr cover): 

Let’s Settle the Score (Summer Flake EP): 

Thursday January 31st

Artist Song
The Strokes One Way Trigger
Jagwar Ma The Throw
Stornoway Knock Me On The Head
Sarah Blasko God-Fearing
Yo La Tengo Stupid Things
Hot Chip These Chains
The Sapphires I Can’t Help Myself
Unknown Mortal Orchestra So Good At Being In Trouble
Divine Fits What Gets You Alone
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Jubilee Street
Cloud Control Gold Canary
Bonnie Raitt Something To Talk About
Jessie Ware No To Love
Electric Empire Changin’
Thee Oh Sees Hang A Picture
Electric Sea Spider Mustachio
The Scarlet Ives Lambience
Glamour Lakes Canicule
Gary Clark Jr Blak And Blu
Vampire Weekend I’m Going Down
Local Natives Woolly Mammoth
Devendra Banhart Für Hildegard von Bingen

Interview: Ghost Notes


Cameron Smith from Brisbane instrumental band Ghost Notes is no stranger to Adelaide, which is apparently his most frequented tour destination across many bands and projects. Danni and Walter spoke to him about his favourite venues, running live venues and studios in Brisbane and re-releasing Ghost Notes’ 2011 debut album as a vinyl double LP.

Interview: Ella Hooper

Ella Hooper

After years of rocking out with Killing Heidi and keeping it in the family with The Verses, Australian songstress Ella Hooper has released her first solo project ‘In Tongues’.

Seb and Sophie caught up with Ella to chat about her independent release, the meaning behind her new single ‘Low High’ and how the music scene has changed since her career began.

Interview: Woods


Brooklyn low-fidelity folk-y psych band Woods tore up the Format basement last Thursday night. Seb and Sophie spoke to them on Tuesday about Sugar Mountain Festival, changing lineups, and the challenges of manipulating tape on tour.


Monday January 28, with Ghost Notes

Artist Song
Youth Lagoon Dropla
Big Richard Insect Anatomy
The Translantics A Man Like That
The Wild Things Milhouse (live on Streetcast)
Naysayer & Gilsun In Mind (feat. Simon Lam)
Ghost Notes Ripples
Super XX Man Sorta Heavy Metal
The Villenettes Roll ‘n’ Rock
Los Coronas Flamenco
Youth Group Shadowland
Idiot Glee Pinkwood
Dirty Beaches True Blue
D. Dumbo Tropical Oceans
The Strokes One Way Trigger
East End Villains Ocean
Lost Animal Lose The Baby
Yo La Tengo Is That Enough
Brighter Later The Woods
Summer Flake Talked Me ‘Round
Ghyti & The Philanthropic Orchestra To Gideon, All The Best, God
High Highs Flower Bloom
Baby et Lulu Champs D’Elysees