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The Breakfast Spread: Wednesday, 13 December 2017

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

Gloria Anne Taylor | Love is a Hurting Thing | 12" Single
Pastor T. L Barrett & the Youth for Christ Choir | Like a Ship | Like a Ship without a Sail

Gillian Welch | The Way it Goes | The Harrow & the Harvest
Spiritualized | Shine a Light | Laser Guided Melodies

Kelly Lee Owens | Bird | Kelly Lee Owens
Elsa Hewitt | Somewhere Else | Peng Variations
Equinoxx | A World Of Welsh | Colón Man
The Equals | New Lover | Pantsula! The Rise of Electronic Dance Music in South Africa, 1988-90

Kutcha Edwards, Archie Roach, Emma Donovan, Radical Son, Ilanna Atkinson, Tjimba Possum Burns, James Henry, David Bridie, Brendan Gallagher and Nao Anzai | Song For Elijah (Wrap Our Arms Around You) | Single


Patti Smith | Land | Horses
Xylouris White | Only Love | Single

Coloured Balls | G.O.D | Summer Jam

Sampa The Great | Bye River | Birds and The BEE9
HTMLflowers | Friends Like That (ft. Sui Zhen) | Chrome Halo
Baker Boy | Cloud 9 (ft. Kian Brownfield) | Single

Kandere | BB Goy | Single


Future of the Left | Small Bones, Small Bodies | Curses
Miss Destiny | Randy | Ice Queen 7"
Amyl & the Sniffers | Balaclava Lover Boogie | Big Attraction

Total Control | Vote Cop | Laughing at the System

Baro | Pretty | Just Problems You Need To Know
SIMONA | Breakfast Of Champions (Various Asses Remix) | Triumph EP
Miss Blanks | Clap Clap | Single


Cash Savage & The Last Drinks | I’m In Love | The Hypnotiser

*SOTA IV w/ Emerging Ngarigo Queer Elder and Artist, Peter Waples Crowe re: “Save the Date” marriage equality celebration exhibition at the Immigration Museum on 15 Nov 2017 - Feb 2018*

Run DMC | Mary Mary | High Profile

State of the Art on The Breakfast Spread

Save the Date exhibition

Tune in at 8:30am to hear Peter Waples-Crowe chat to The Breakfast Spread about the upcoming Save the Date marriage equality celebration exhibition at the Immigration Museum.

Following the announcement of the postal survey results, Save The Date explores the experiences of people from within the LGBTQIA+ community reflecting on what marriage equality would mean to them and what the LGBTQIA+ rights movement is about.

The photographs in this collection capture the diversity, bravery and humility of the LGBTQIA+ community as they reflect on the postal survey and the ongoing fight for equality.

All photos by Jon Augier.

State of the Art is a weekly segment on The Breakfast Spread highlighting diverse issues and incarnations of music-related-arts and arts-related-music with different guests each week.


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