Lewis Coleman’s Offline is this week’s PBS Feature Album. Offline is a collection of songs grounded in a desire to generate a current within stagnant and hopeless waters. It marks a significant departure from Coleman's previous, more brooding and introverted record Method of Places, and as he leans into a more confident, outward facing aspect of himself, so too does Offline. It’s music replete with playful arrangements and kinetic opportunity and, as Coleman states, “songs that are hot, warm, saturated and fun”.

Between these two records, Coleman has become a preeminent collaborator, producing music for and performing with Mo’Ju, Gabriella Cohen, Ruby Gill, Kat Edwards, Darvid Thor and Coda Chroma. A generous, well (be)loved and similarly underrated musical gem in our community, he has comfortably come into his own on this LP.

Tune in all this week to hear tracks from Offline, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl, simply email your name and membership number to   before midnight Sunday October 29. Please note that winners will need to pick up the LP from our Collingwood Studios.

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Imogen Cygler - 'Up In The Lake'

USER - '2 Way Radio'

Nigel Wearne - 'The Reckoning'

Sanguine - 'Day Ending in Y'

Happy Axe - 'Injuries'

Ainslie Wills - 'Eyes on Me'

Close Counters - 'I Want You'

Pugilist and Tamen - 'Looking Out'

Heather Fiona - 'Lucky to be Old when you Die'

Popular Music - 'Sad Songs'