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Live Music as a Substitute for Live Shows during the Pandemic (Rotations Music Special)

Nick Pendergrast and Katie 17 October 2021 4


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This Rotations show features live music as some kind of a substitute for the lack of live shows during the pandemic. It is hosted by Nick from Freedom of Species and his partner Katie. The show originally aired on Rotations on 3CR Community Radio on 17 October 2021. For more about the Rotations show, see: https://www.3cr.org.au/rotations  Music played:  The Opener by Camp Cope, from the album Triple J Live At The Wireless: https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/live-at-the-wireless/camp-cope-latw/9714558 Hazy Shade of Winter by Bodyjar, from the album How it Works Bonus: https://open.spotify.com/track/5IMLKuOP51uwaoeL5rjhrc?si=ff5a846ee79c4b7e Planet Earth by Eskimo Joe, from the album Live at The Chapel: https://open.spotify.com/track/4N7ZniOXboZNTpttvCnC7y?si=9f1ddb8abfc74c02 Tricks by Stella Donnelly, from the show Solo Set, Live at Sydney Opera House: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKVcVDs9nIU I’ve been struck by lightning once, so what’s the chance of it happening again by Gyroscope, from the single Driving for the storm/Doctor Doctor: https://open.spotify.com/track/234kW8zzK8WwAIZ3sn7Uqx?si=7e61b94a927c4d7d No by Subhumans, from the album Live in a Dive: https://subhumans.bandcamp.com/album/live-in-a-dive Exeter by Idles, from the album A Beautiful Thing, IDLES Live at Le Bataclan: https://idlesband.bandcamp.com/album/a-beautiful-thing-idles-live-at-le-bataclan Terrorist by Lowkey, from the show Live at The Garage, London as part of Akala’s ‘The Thieves Banquet’ Tour 2013: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAQe1gRzd-8 Four Simple Words by Frank Turner, from the album Show 2000, Live at Nottingham Rock City 15/12/16: https://open.spotify.com/track/5a8pszIE05QolkURab5nPC?si=79c2fd9e5b444826 The Likes Of You Again by Flogging Molly, from the album Whiskey On a Sunday: https://floggingmolly.bandcamp.com/album/whiskey-on-a-sunday You, In Weird Cities by Jeff Rosenstock, from the album Thanks, Sorry: https://jeffrosenstock.bandcamp.com/album/thanks-sorry  For more political music recommendations from Nick and Katie, you can check out their podcast Spotify playlist Progressive Podcast Australia Music and Comedy: https://open.spotify.com/user/bronzecat83/playlist/6DK5AzWfrxSDcpHWlLsWi6

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