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Sunday Breakfast w/ Graham McFarland Listeners Choice - Baltimore Train 

Thanks to Alive FM 90.5 , Graham McFarland snd the crew from Sunday Breakfast and the HDD show ( best new show in Australia for 2022  as per the vote of the CBAA ) - for the work they’re doing supporting current Australian original music. 
    The listeners choice has seen our album Baltimore Train make the set chock full of excellent bands, songs and albums. It’s a nice piece of recognition that motivates every artist no matter what field, but particularly us as we head on into creating our new one for 2023.

Triple H 100.1 FM Top 20 Albums of 2022 - Baltimore Train 

We're very humbled and grateful that Baltimore Train has come in at number 17 on Triple H top 20 
Albums of 2022. A special thanks to Trevor Richardson of " The Music Almanac with Rufus on Fire ' for all his support and continued work promoting Australian music from every angle and era and the same tip of the hat to Jason Velleley of ' The Australian Music Weekly ' for the same reasons and his long term commitment to promoting Australian music. It's a nice little kickstart as we head towards the new Album.

Graham McFarland - Alive FM 90.5 - HDD show 

A big thanks to Graham for his support of our new album Baltimore Train on a couple of the shows he stewards, the HDD show and Alive Breakfast.

     The HDD show is an important show in the community as it has a focus on Dads and the general well being and Mental Health of people in the midst of this vital role, particularly if you’re a single Dad. The show is peppered with plenty of absolutely fantastic bad jokes to keep the spirits up and keep the Australian self deprecating humour alive and well.

     I think that all too often the stoic line the Australian male is corralled into can lead to what can only be described as a devastating sense of isolation. To have an accepting accessible group of like minded. Individuals provides a much need perspective. Perspective leads to relief when a person realises they’re not the only one facing the struggle, and that leads to self acceptance and the ability to start liberating oneself from self loathing and feelings of despair.

     On top of all that is the airing of Australian independent music which all Artists need to survive both financially and psychologically, to keep the fire alive.The set lists are so wickedly diverse replicating the Australian scene at this point, healthy and diverse. You might not know that if you only ever tune into playlisted stations where the DJ has no freedom nor usually knowledge of what’s out there. 
     This isn’t surprising to me as Graham ran the Aria record store which was close to a venue that everyone played at back in the day, a venue I booked and lived in intermittently “ Club Paradise “ it was a thriving club and Thursday night was the original band night, I saw YAI there before anyone had heard much about them, I met Nick Cave who was there seeing some bands, so there’s a little bit of crossed paths.

     Cheers guys



One Hour With - Raegan Krista - Interview  

Hey Folks, 

                 Thanks for the recent spate of support you’ve given to our new album and welcome to those who’ve recently joined the mailing list. As you can see, I’m not here to sell you stuff I just shoot an email bi annually and when there’s something happening. I hope you’ve enjoyed the music and am looking forward to sharing the next album which is being whittled up now.

      For a good number of you there’s no knowledge of any other projects I’ve done but I feel that enough time has passed now to stitch my past together without losing any credibility or trying to piggyback off older achievements that probably have no relevance to the present.

      My longtime friend and colleague Raegan Krista has recently started a new venture and has managed to get some great and varied Australian talent on her show #OneHourWith. It’s well worth a listen and is up here and also on her own platforms where you can hear a great array of art and genres. 
    See you all soon, Andrew