South Australia has sung the praises of its musicians while writer, Ann Deslandes, has sung the praises of South Australia from Mexico City, which is why this week’s episode is entitled, From music to Mexico.
Music SA has organised another successful South Australian Music Awards, packing out the Norwood Concert Hall last Friday night. Steve Davis and Dan Drummond attended and caught up with all the interesting, passionate players to get up close and personal to the world of music in this state.
Later in the show we talk with Ann Deslandes, a born and bred South Australian now living in Mexico City. However, despite living in the potential shadow of Donald Trumps wall, she is active in exporting her thoughts around the world. One such export was an opinion piece that appeared recently on the SBS website entitled, South Australia’s always led the way on progress. Why not follow their lead on renewable energy? She piqued our interest, and now we’re peeking into her living room at 5.30 on a Tuesday morning to mine her thoughts about progress and renewable energy.
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- making a living as a musician in SA
- the songwriting process
- the recording process
- the unannounced speakers at next year’s Womadelaide
- what Mexicans really think of Donald Trump
- why South Australia will struggle to have another breakthrough like we have on women voting, gay rights and other issues
Also appearing in the From music to Mexico episode
In the musical pilgrimage, we’ll hear Speed Boy by Skies
The SA Drink Of The Week is … a Ballycroft Vintage Fortified
We try chocolates from Red Cacao in Stirling
In IS IT NEWS, Nigel tests us on Mexico.
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|A man of few words|
|Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:51||SA Drink Of The Week
Ballycroft Wines 2011 Small Berry Mataro Fortified Vintage, Greenock … tasting notes
Plus we get to sample some chocolates from Red Cacao.
|00:00:00||Items Without Notice|
|None this week.|
|00:10:46||SA Music Awards
Thanks to some coordination with Koral Chandler (pictured above for this episode with Dan Drummond and Steve Davis), we spent the night at the South Australian Music Awards last Friday night. We have stitched together a series of interviews with artists and they all bring a different melody to our coverage. Here they are, in order of appearance:
Dusty Lee (Dusty features on our song of the week, this week, in the Musical Pilgrimage, below)
Todd Fischer (hear him on episode 142, where you can see our Cohen Nowhere cover he references)
Brian and Tim from Mad Cactus
Adelaide Lord Mayor Martin Haese (hear him on episode 88)
Joel Byrne, Music SA, formerly Wolf and Cub
Nate, Chris and Jesse from Recreator (hear Recreator on episode 167)
Nate and Chris again after winning Most Popular Rock Artist
Zaachariaha and Michael from Electric Fields
Hannah Yates (hear one of Hannah’s songs on episode 156)
Vic Pisoni, Womadelaide
Lisa Bishop, General Manager of Music SA
Sadly, some audio issues prevented us being able to play our interviews with Alan from Dirty Frank and Courteney Duka from YEWTH Magazine. Our microphone lead has now been replaced. Sorry all.
|Ann Deslandes is a born and bred South Australian now living in Mexico City. However, despite living in the potential shadow of Donald Trumps wall, she is active in exporting her thoughts around the world. One such export was an opinion piece that appeared recently on the SBS website entitled, South Australia’s always led the way on progress. Why not follow their lead on renewable energy? She piqued our interest, and now we’re peeking into her living room at 5.30 on a Tuesday morning to mine her thoughts about progress and renewable energy.|
|01:42:55||Is It News?
|The news history quiz with Nigel Dobson-Keeffe. Read the stories. They get published each Sunday.|
|00:00:00||Adelaide Visa Council
|No case this week.|
|01:57:30|| Musical Pilgrimage
|And our song this week is Speed Boy by Skies, selected by our musical curator Dan Drummond.|
|Speed Boy … Steve got the time wrong.|
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