This week’s PBS Feature Album is Chorus, the third studio album by Mildlife. 

On Chorus, Mildlife link microcosmic personal meaning with a macro view from on high. Chorus is the sound of singular entities coalescing into a wondrous whole. It’s harmonious togetherness and celebratory symbiosis. And it’s the band’s ultimate statement of their borderline mystical unity, their unified theory of groove.

Chorus is about a coming together of disparate elements. Not in some sort of utopian aesthetic where everything works perfectly, but in the natural flow and state of things,” shares the band’s Jim Rindfleish. “It’s about cosmic compatibility and chemistry: what makes things work? Not just what makes the band work, but what makes good music, art or love? It’s the rhythm of nature”.

Chorus arrives as Mildlife’s most optimistic record, serving as a sonic testament to the band’s unwavering adoration for the beguiling realms of 70s psychedelic and cosmic sounds.

Tune in all this week to hear tracks from Chorus, 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 March 17. Please note vinyl giveaways must be picked up from the station in Collingwood.

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Don Glori - 'First Touch'

Mdou Moctar - 'Funeral for Justice'

Mdou Moctar- "Funeral for Justice" (Official Music Video)


Elsy Wameyo - 'Piny Lara'

Piny Lara


Claire Cross - 'Alpha'

Hearts and Rockets - 'The Promise'

Ambarchi/Berthling/Werliin - 'tre'



John Surman - 'Pebble Dance'

Pebble Dance


Kim Gordon - 'Psychedelic Orgasm'

Kim Gordon- "Psychedelic Orgasm" (Official Music Video)


Kamasi Washington - 'Prologue'

Kamasi Washington - Prologue (Official Video)


Drunk Mums - 'New Australia'