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Here’s the tracks we’ve put into this week’s playlist – check back every week to see what’s new.
Their most recent single and a perfect example of the great melodic hooks for which they're becoming justifiably recognised. Definitely an act on the rise and one worth getting to know - right now!
It's Megadeth - you know what to expect! One of their all time classics (amongst many in this show), off the 1990 album 'Rust In Peace'.
No Sleep Til Festival
A stone cold classic (and one of their most popular songs) from the Odd Blood album.
Andy Golledge Band
Andy's most recent single (off his 'all killer, no filler' debut album 'Strength of a Queen') and a rip-roaring one it is too. With the band and the crowd driving the energy levels ever higher, this was a sight to behold. Frankly, the live experience doesn't get much better than this - except it did in the encores!
The Way I Am
With 72m Spotify streams and counting for the studio version of this track, this could be one of the best songs you've never heard.
This high energy show was filmed at the time of the band's then new album, and this was the first single off that album - and a cracker it is too.
A sweeping track from the sublime Untitled #23 and a cornerstone of that album. It was also the lead track on an EP released by the band ahead of the album which ran to around 30 mins and could have made an album in its own right!
Australian punk legends (filmed sadly, after the passing of founding member Ian Rilen) performing their 1985 single released on legendary Sydney based Phantom label.
Sycco's fantastic 2022 single, and a fitting encore to this great show filmed in the intimate surrounds of Sydney's Oxford Art Factory
Oxford Art Factory
Everything Is Alright
Motion City Soundtrack
The lead single from their 2005 album 'Commit This To Memory', this is regarded by many as their defining song - and, back in the day when this counted for something, it achieved Gold sales status in the US - no mean feat!