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The Breakfast Spread: Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Marissa Anderson | Resurrection | Into the Light
Sarah Mary Chadwick | Fire That Torched My Fear | Roses Always Die
O Yuki Conjugate | Cloud Cover | Miracle Steps: Music from the Fourth World (1983 - 2017)

Broads | Nod Off, Dream | Sounds of Studio 5 Live Day Tripper
Camp Cope | Song for Charlie | Camp Cope

Jess Riberio | Run Rabbit Run | Kill It Yourself
Nada Reid | Te Aro | Preservation
Emily Ulman | The Way | Wear It Well

Ahmed Malek & Flako | Tape 22 Track 2 | The Electronic Tapes
Os Mulheres Negras | Mãoscolorida| Outro Tempo | Music from Memory | 2017
Alice Coltrane | Rama Guru | World Sprituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda


A.B Original | Intro Ft. Archie Roach | Reclaim Australia
Emily Wurramarra | Hey Love | Single
Aldous Harding | Swell Does the Skull | Party

Rowland S Howard | Dead Radio | Teenage Snuff Film
The Sunnyboys | You Need a Friend | Individuals


Sansai | Bonde De Longe | Single | 2:13 (Recommend from Walla C)
InCite Youth Arts and the Mt Theo Program| Emu Dreaming | Red Sand Culture (Volume 2)
Kaiit | Natural Woman | Single

Remi | D.A.D | Divas and Demons
Billy Davis and The Good Lords | No Longer Lovers | Single
Yazmin Lacey |A Mother Lost | Black Moon


Other Places | T.R.N | Lost in the Sea of Paradise
Crash Course in Science | Flying Turns | The Minimal Wave Tapes Vol. 1
Noga Erez | Global Fear | Off the Radar

Bombay Royale | Ballygunge | Run Kitty Run
Toumani Diabaté & Sidiki Diabaté | Rachid Ouiguini | Toumani & Sidiki


*IV w/ Renee, Tina and Amber re: Stories About Hope Exhibition (June 20-25)*

La Bastard | Secrets | Trouble
Karen | The Go-Betweens | Single

Oumou Sangaré | Minata Waraba | Mogoya

State of the Art: Stories About Hope - Social Art Exhibition


Producer Renee Dixon and curator Amber Hearn chat to Beth and Nick about their new social art exhibition Stories About Hope, exploring the human strength and dignity in people from refugee backgrounds, through photography and short films.

Part of Refugee Week, the stories represented in the exhibition celebrate the courage and resilience of people who have undertaken diverse journeys to Australia throughout different points in history. From Holocaust survivors to our most recent young arrivals, the stories prove that your past does not define you, but can give you more strength to move forward with confidence.

The exhibition explores what it means to be of a refugee background, questions of identity and belonging. It shines an important light on the voices, perspectives and experiences erased from public conversation.

Stories About Hope has an associated book by Elias Kelleher, which will be available for purchase at the exhibition.

All proceeds from this event will go towards helping Road to Refuge’s work in building a new conversation which supports and values the lived experience and dignity of people seeking asylum.

The exhibition will run from June 20th-25th at the No Vacancy Project Space, The Atrium, Federation Square, Melbourne CBD.

To book tickets, click here

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