Maynard & DJ Geoff (the shopkeeper) dig into the dark but enlightened times of 88-94, the Hordern Pavillion dance party years in Sydney and reveal another lost classic. Was the E stronger? It would explain the fashion at Raves. This episode we start the E Quiz sensation Are You Peakin’, Like We’re Peakin’
Jack Marx never liked official Australian history, too much conformity and sucking up. His new book Australian Tragic celebrates and shines a light into our darker crevices. He reads from his book and reveals where his hair went. The list of insults written by the Australian press about Steve Irwin (before he died) is very…
DJ Neil Hume worked some of the darkest Sydney dance clubs during 88-95 and saw things that eventually turned him into a pillar of salt. He is still a regular DJ and will be on the Ziggurat reunion party Sat 24 October. But what will he be playing?
Travel back to a time without temperance. The early 90s when Geoff The Shopkeeper & Maynard were in the middle of The Hordern Pavillion dance party scene. These stories will stir memories or serve as a warning to others. 1993 brought us The Hitman from AB Logic. It may sound like a car alarm now,…
Lene Taylor & Jungle Kitty host Look @ His Butt. A show about all things Shatner. But what do they think of the new Star Trek movie? Do they still think Chris Pine is an idiot? And thrill to the little known hit “Leonard Nimoy” from Freaky Realistic
Geoff The Shopkeeper and Maynard were some of the thousands in the middle of the Hordern dance party scene in Sydney 88-92. Revisit the music, drugs and gossip of a “time that temperance forgot”. Sabrina Johnson had a killer dance floor anthem in 91 with “Peace”, just don’t confuse her with Rozalla.
Julia Morris has been shaming herself since the 80s and her new show gives us all a good look at her lesser moments. She dressed like Paul Weller and enjoyed far too many “overnight romances”. But things are looking up now she is the latest “face of fibre” on Australian television.
Joel McHale host of E! Channel’s The Soup was in Australia as a tax dodge and due to a scheduling error was interviewed by Maynard about his love of toy trains, violent celebrities and his pooping Son. For Joel McHale “Pants Off, Dance Off” is more than a slutty TV show. It’s his life.
Master Tom of Sydney’s Hellfire Club was just a guy taking E & having sex in the toilets when he first heard The Stone Roses @ a R.A.T party. Find out what a R.A.T party was and why we miss them.