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The Breakfast Spread: Wednesday, 11 October 2017

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

Airileke | Wanchef | Weapon Of Choice
Singers & Players | Make A Joyful Noise
Dirty Dozen Brass Band | Flyin’ High (In The Friendly Sky)

Bombino | Ahoulaguine Akaline (I Greet My Country) | Agadez
Marlon Williams | Dark Child |
DD Dumbo | Oyster | Utopia Defeated

Philemon | Arsonist | Frame
Joel McKerrow & The Few Mysterious | Water | Joel McKerrow & the Mysterious Few LIVE
Aziza Brahim | Mani | Abbar El Hamada

Radical Son | Human Behaviour | Cause N’ Affect
Mau Power | The Come Up | The Show Will Go On


Bettye LaVette | What Condition My Condition Is In
Bobby Bland | Honey Child
Barbara Lynn | Can't Buy My Love | Jaimie Singles
The Bawdies | I'm In Love With You | Awakening of Rhythm and Blues

The Bamboos | Tongan Steel | Rawville
The Peep Tempel | Neuroplasticity | Sounds Of Studio 5 Live


Shrimpwitch | Lust For Kick
NOTS | Anxious Trend | Single
Gurr | Diamonds | In My Head
Noire | Not Feelin’ Good | Some Kind Of Blue

Tradisyon Ka | Yenki Sa An Pa Enme ft. Leonard Zozio | Gwo Ka
Tradisyon Ka | Kan La Line Lévé ft. Francois Dinane | Gwo Ka


Kardajala Kirridarra | Ngurra (Rain Song) | Kardajala Kirridarra

*IV w/ Sugar Mountain Festival Founder and Creative Director Pete Keen*

Beaches | When You’re Gone | Second Of Spring
Jamila Woods | Holy (Reprise) | HEAVN
Horatio Luna | Local Honey | Local Honey


Cool Out Sun | Tragic Fantasy (Canto De Ossanha) | Cool Out Sun presents Os Afro Sambas The Billy Hoyle x N'fa Jones reworks

*State Of The Art IV w/ Nkechi and Lucy re: Where You At?*

REMI | Forsaken Man ft. Sensible J | Divas and Demons

Where We At?

SOTA Where We At 2017

Tune into the Breakfast Spread Wednesday October 11 to hear about the upcoming Where We At? event with co-creator Nkechi Anele.

Where We At? will unpack and define the current state of the Australian identity. The event has grown out of The Pin - an online discussion platform run by biracial Australians for all Australians. Started by friends Nkechi Anele and Lucille Cutting, this was developed as a safe space for people to think about who they are, meet amazing people and express themselves.

The Where We At? panel discussion will be led by Santilla Chingaipe and includes Remi Kolawole, Carly Findlay, Aamer Rahman, Abe Nouk, Sukhjit Kuar Khalsa and Sasha Sarago with performances by Cool Out Sun and Sista Zai.

Follow the link here for more details.

Where We At?
The Melbourne Recital Centre
Wednesday October 11 at 7pm


Spring Clean Your Conscience

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Shake off the winter blues and put a spring in your step with PBS this October!
If you’ve been putting it off all year or have just found your renewal form under a pile of paperwork, October is a great month to sign up or renew as a PBS member- and here’s why.

If you sign up during October you’ll go in the running to win:

• A voucher to the value of $1500 from our friends at Reid Cycles
• Two nights accommodation for up to two adults and four children, in a superior cabin at Aireys Inlet Holiday Park
• One double pass to a Falls Festival of your choice!

We’ll also throw in a special edition PBS tote bag for every member who signs up over the month, to help you cart around all your warm weather goods!

Call the station on 8415 1067 or head to our website to renew.

Prize winners will be announced on The Breakfast Spread on Friday the 10th of November after 8am.

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