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Fraser A. Gorman

Fraser A. Gorman 2018
Tue 21 Aug 2018 • Tune in to Mixing Up The Medicine for a Studio 5 Live with Fraser A. Gorman. Proudly brought to you by Mountain Goat. • Just Announced

Christopher Wood, Guitarist: From The Vault

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Sun 26 Aug 2018 • Tune in to The Global Village for the 30th anniversary of this compelling recording of Victorian guitarist Christopher Wood. • Just Announced

F*ck The Fitzroy Doom Scene

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Wed 29 Aug 2018 • Tune into Pojama People for a Studio 5 Live with F*ck the Fitzroy Doom Scene. Proudly brought to you by Mountain Goat. • Just Announced

Soul A Go Go with The Rebelles!

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Sat 1 Sep 2018 • Melbourne's premier soul and funk party keeps on rolling with another massive night at The Night Cat. • Just Announced

Beasts of No Nation

Beasts of No Nation v2 2018
• The annual Beasts of No Nation is back to pay special tribute to Fela Kuti featuring The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra plus special guests.

Heavy and Hammered 4

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Sat 6 Oct 2018 • Raise your devil horns high and prepare yourself for the unholiest day of the year with Heavy and Hammered back for its fourth year! • Just Announced

PBS Record Fair 2018

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Sat 13 Oct 2018 • Back again for 2018 with over 40 stalls!

Open Day 2018

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• Curious music lovers are invited to take a station tour and see the magic of real radio before your very own eyes. • Just Announced

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