• Skeptoid – Brian Dunning from his hot tub of truth

    Brian Dunning broadcasts from his hot tub of truth every week, Skeptoid throws scientific enquiry onto the world of woo. But how do you keep your friends? And why would you want to set yourself up for this kind of aggravation? Brian Dunning was happy to tell.

    80s Exhibition Powerhouse

    The Sydney Powerhouse opened their 80s pop culture exhibit in Novenber & I was there to capture some voices from the vault. DJ Scott Pullen, RAT Party Guru Jac Vidgeon, Wally the sexbomb barmaid & DJ, and Lance Leopard a blogger from a time before blogs. Even found time for a lost classic from 1989.

    The Madd Club Reunion Sat 30th Jan – Kinselas WHY?

    The legendary Madd Club returns to Middlebar, Kinselas, Taylor Square, Sat 30th Jan 2010. Maynard & Geoff The Shopkeeper preview some of the poorly thought out music they will be playing & Maynard reflects upon the greatest band ever –  Right Said Fred. Win yourself a double pass by emailing Maynard with your best Madd…

    Wash Your Bike Shorts In My Sink

    A request from a listener for The Dream Warriors our favourite Canadian indigenous rappers. Maynard & Geoff The Shopkeeper also praise Italio House and your chance again to test your 90s dance music memory in Are You Peaking, Like I’m Peaking? Bring your own drugs as usual. Ours might be a bit too strong, which explains…

    Betty Boo

    Take a trip (we did) back to the Hordern dance party days in Sydney 88-92ish with Geoff The Shopkeeper and look at some of the great songs brought to us by Betty Boo and other female dance artists of the time. Bring your own drugs.

    Everything Starts With An E

    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

    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…

    Try Me Out

    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?

    The Hitman

    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,…

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