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Mon 21 Dec 2020 to Sun 27 Dec 2020

As the year draws to a close we reflect on the best new releases of 2020.

Fri 18 Dec 2020 to Tue 5 Jan 2021

As 2020 comes to an end, we would like to say a massive thank you to all our members and listeners.

To everyone who tuned in, sent us an sms, wrote messages to us on social media, and emailed; thank you! 

To everyone that joined, renewed or donated; thank you too! 

PBS was able to survive 2020 because of all the supportive messages and financial contributions made by our community. So really, thank you.

Mon 14 Dec 2020 to Sun 20 Dec 2020

Check out this week's feature album and all the other latest releases we're loving.

Wed 9 Dec 2020 to Sun 28 Feb 2021

Melbourne Music Week (MMW) is back for 2020.

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Wed 9 Dec 2020

The 2020 Music Victoria Awards will take place Wednesday December 9 from 7pm at the Melbourne Recital Centre. All live streamed via Music Victoria's website.

Tue 24 Nov 2020

Although PBS had a logo as early as the late 70s, by 1982 the station was on the hunt for a new one. Believe it or not, it's no easy feat to find the ultimate symbolic embodiment in one striking and memorable image. After flicking through every Waves magazine from 1977-1988 we found some possible contenders in this edition of Waves Revisited...

 

Tue 10 Nov 2020

Wuigada is a dedicated space on the front page of the PBS 106.7FM website where First Nations musicians can share and celebrate music made by other First Nations musicians with PBS audiences.

Mon 9 Nov 2020 to Sun 15 Nov 2020

Check out this week's feature album and all the other latest releases we're loving. 

Mon 9 Nov 2020

Getting out of the house took on a new meaning in 2020.  In this edition of Waves Revisited, we jump in our virtual time machine,  and look back at how we did it, where we went and who we saw in 80s Melbourne through the filter of the advertising in Waves magazine.