Fluked a serendipitous trip to heavenly heights in Japan, literally bathing in beauty beyond the clouds - acutely aware of our good fortune and privilege during this benighted time upon the planet.
We are lucky to have gone - and are grateful to be home amongst the people and places we love, notwithstanding the dire politics playing out everywhere of late. Time to resume transmission of mixed music and messages so as to meet the moment.
Wednesday October the 25th ~
Smoke signals sometimes suggest subterranean audio activity, even at the site of our first stolen water source.
Swingin' at the Speakeasy emits historical cultural perspectives even as hope springs a leak. Hear it and be moved/moving. 10 til 2. Free to all comers.
Friday October the 27th ~
Sin City Soirée is a microcosm of the bittersweet and humble heart of love and community in Sydney, situated in the Doris Goddard Salon at the eternally iconic Hollywood Hotel in Slurry Hills.
Sham DJs (State Library speaker and photographer Liz Ham plus myself) conjure a convivial shimmy for all and sundry between 9 and 2, with entry always free.
Saturday October the 28th ~
After another sublime stint from Jonny Seymour in my absence last week, Saturday arvo returns to far more volatile territory from 3 til 5, as The Lemon Twigs join us for Jack Off live on FBi Radio.
Later I'll emerge atop the A by Adina in town to spin stunning sounds amongst the skyline at Dean and Nancy on 22 (Sham DJs just confirmed as their selectors for another NYE too). 9 til 12.30. Free!