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Matty O from British India hosts the best Homegrown Aussie music only on Triple M & LiSTNR

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Mark Seymour Unveils New Album 'The Boxer' + Stories From His Australian Tour

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we dive into the musical journey of Mark Seymour, one of Australia's most beloved songwriters and the iconic voice behind Hunters & Collectors. Mark joins us to celebrate the launch of his latest solo album, 'The Boxer'. This episode offers an exclusive insight into the songwriting and production processes that shaped 'The Boxer'. Mark also shares stories from his ongoing Australian tour, where he performs songs from his new album alongside classic hits. Whether you’re a long-time fan or just discovering his music, this episode is a perfect blend of nostalgia, musical genius, and fresh tracks that continue to resonate with audiences across the nation.

Mark Seymour Unveils New Album 'The Boxer' + Stories From His Australian Tour

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we dive into the musical journey of Mark Seymour, one of Australia's most beloved songwriters and the iconic voice behind Hunters & Collectors. Mark joins us to celebrate the launch of his latest solo album, 'The Boxer'. This episode offers an exclusive insight into the songwriting and production processes that shaped 'The Boxer'. Mark also shares stories from his ongoing Australian tour, where he performs songs from his new album alongside classic hits. Whether you’re a long-time fan or just discovering his music, this episode is a perfect blend of nostalgia, musical genius, and fresh tracks that continue to resonate with audiences across the nation.

14:31

16 Apr 24

A Deep Dive into Australia's Music Industry with UNIFIED's Jaddan Comerford

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with UNIFIED Music Group's founder, Jaddan Comerford, for an exclusive chat that dives deep into the heart of Australia's music scene and its global impact. Since its inception in 2011, UNIFIED has carved out a niche not just within the Australian music industry but has etched its name on the global stage as a multifaceted entity, spanning artist management, record labels, merchandising, booking agencies, music publishing, and much more. This episode peels back the layers of UNIFIED's vast influence, highlighting its commitment to nurturing the next generation of talent through innovative initiatives like their Grants program, Music Industry Mentoring, and the groundbreaking side stage ventures. Jaddan shares candid, behind-the-scenes stories of Australia's beloved artists like Violent Soho, Tash Sultana, Vance Joy, and Ocean Alley, recounting their journey to global fame. From the highs of discovering new talent to the challenges of adapting to the streaming era, this conversation offers an unparalleled look into the music industry from one of its most influential figures.

A Deep Dive into Australia's Music Industry with UNIFIED's Jaddan Comerford

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with UNIFIED Music Group's founder, Jaddan Comerford, for an exclusive chat that dives deep into the heart of Australia's music scene and its global impact. Since its inception in 2011, UNIFIED has carved out a niche not just within the Australian music industry but has etched its name on the global stage as a multifaceted entity, spanning artist management, record labels, merchandising, booking agencies, music publishing, and much more. This episode peels back the layers of UNIFIED's vast influence, highlighting its commitment to nurturing the next generation of talent through innovative initiatives like their Grants program, Music Industry Mentoring, and the groundbreaking side stage ventures. Jaddan shares candid, behind-the-scenes stories of Australia's beloved artists like Violent Soho, Tash Sultana, Vance Joy, and Ocean Alley, recounting their journey to global fame. From the highs of discovering new talent to the challenges of adapting to the streaming era, this conversation offers an unparalleled look into the music industry from one of its most influential figures.

49:47

8 Apr 24

The Pierce Brothers Talk Touring, New Album, and Unforgettable Moments

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we dive into the lives and music of Jack and Patrick from The Pierce Brothers, celebrating the release of their latest album, 'Everything Is Bigger Than Me'.  Embark on a journey through their thrilling Australian and European tours, complete with tales of sold-out shows, unexpected challenges like health scares, and logistical hurdles that test their resilience and bond. Get an insider's view of 'Everything Is Bigger Than Me', where the brothers peel back the layers on their evolved songwriting and production process. Family plays a central role in their story, influencing not just their touring life but the very essence of their music. Take a nostalgic stroll down 'Memory Lane' with us, reminiscing about the Pierce Brothers' formative years busking alongside Tash Sultana, their impactful festival appearances, and the moment that stood out in 2022 - their encounter with Pearl Jam at the Pinkpop Festival. This episode shines a spotlight on their interaction with Stone Gossard, revealing a humorous mix-up that led to a memorable misunderstanding, highlighting the twins' charm and relatability. Further enriching this episode are tales from their whirlwind adventures, including a bizarre backstage experience at Mad Cool Madrid and a heartwarming story about their appearance on ABC's Playschool that celebrates community spirit. And finally, don't miss the brothers' intriguing responses in the 'Write, Party, Dinner' game, revealing their creative and personal choices between icons Crowded House, Powderfinger, and AC/DC.

The Pierce Brothers Talk Touring, New Album, and Unforgettable Moments

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we dive into the lives and music of Jack and Patrick from The Pierce Brothers, celebrating the release of their latest album, 'Everything Is Bigger Than Me'.  Embark on a journey through their thrilling Australian and European tours, complete with tales of sold-out shows, unexpected challenges like health scares, and logistical hurdles that test their resilience and bond. Get an insider's view of 'Everything Is Bigger Than Me', where the brothers peel back the layers on their evolved songwriting and production process. Family plays a central role in their story, influencing not just their touring life but the very essence of their music. Take a nostalgic stroll down 'Memory Lane' with us, reminiscing about the Pierce Brothers' formative years busking alongside Tash Sultana, their impactful festival appearances, and the moment that stood out in 2022 - their encounter with Pearl Jam at the Pinkpop Festival. This episode shines a spotlight on their interaction with Stone Gossard, revealing a humorous mix-up that led to a memorable misunderstanding, highlighting the twins' charm and relatability. Further enriching this episode are tales from their whirlwind adventures, including a bizarre backstage experience at Mad Cool Madrid and a heartwarming story about their appearance on ABC's Playschool that celebrates community spirit. And finally, don't miss the brothers' intriguing responses in the 'Write, Party, Dinner' game, revealing their creative and personal choices between icons Crowded House, Powderfinger, and AC/DC.

29:55

3 Apr 24

Jet Shares Untold Stories Behind 'Get Born', Fame, and Aussie Rock

Dive into the electrifying journey of Jet, the iconic Australian rock band that skyrocketed to global fame in the early 2000s, on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O. In this captivating episode, Matty O sits down with Mark Wilson and Nic Cester of Jet to unravel the band's meteoric rise from Melbourne's gritty pub scene to international stardom. Celebrating 20 years of their groundbreaking debut album 'Get Born', Mark and Nic share intimate details of the writing, production, and the wild adventures that catapulted them onto the world stage. From their first thrilling trip to L.A. to record with legendary producer Dave Sardy, to hilarious encounters with rock royalty and behind-the-scenes tales from their global tours, this episode is a treasure trove of rock 'n' roll stories. Join us as Jet reminisces about their unforgettable moments, from the Duke of Windsor in Melbourne to headline performances at major festivals, and discover the enduring impact of their music on fans and fellow artists alike. With Jet embarking on an extensive Australian tour, celebrating two decades of 'Get Born', this episode is an essential listen for fans old and new, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of the musicians who've lived the dream and continue to inspire generations.

Jet Shares Untold Stories Behind 'Get Born', Fame, and Aussie Rock

Dive into the electrifying journey of Jet, the iconic Australian rock band that skyrocketed to global fame in the early 2000s, on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O. In this captivating episode, Matty O sits down with Mark Wilson and Nic Cester of Jet to unravel the band's meteoric rise from Melbourne's gritty pub scene to international stardom. Celebrating 20 years of their groundbreaking debut album 'Get Born', Mark and Nic share intimate details of the writing, production, and the wild adventures that catapulted them onto the world stage. From their first thrilling trip to L.A. to record with legendary producer Dave Sardy, to hilarious encounters with rock royalty and behind-the-scenes tales from their global tours, this episode is a treasure trove of rock 'n' roll stories. Join us as Jet reminisces about their unforgettable moments, from the Duke of Windsor in Melbourne to headline performances at major festivals, and discover the enduring impact of their music on fans and fellow artists alike. With Jet embarking on an extensive Australian tour, celebrating two decades of 'Get Born', this episode is an essential listen for fans old and new, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of the musicians who've lived the dream and continue to inspire generations.

50:14

28 Mar 24

Nicholas Allbrook of Pond Reveals New Album 'Stung' and Australian Tour Dates

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive and enlightening episode featuring the incredible Nicholas Allbrook, the charismatic frontman of the Perth-based psychedelic rock band Pond. In this must-listen episode, Nicholas opens up about Pond's journey, sharing insights from their exhilarating experiences on the road, including memorable moments sharing the stage with rock legends Queens Of The Stone Age. With the much-anticipated announcement of their new album "Stung," set for release on the 21st of June, this episode takes listeners on a deep dive into the creative process, inspirations, and aspirations that fuel Pond's unique sound. The conversation doesn't stop there; Nicholas also gives us the inside scoop on Pond's upcoming Australian tour, marking a series of performances that promise to electrify fans across the country. From the iconic VIVID Sydney at Carriageworks to the historic Princess Theatre in Brisbane, this tour is set to showcase Pond's dynamic presence and mesmerizing performances. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to the magic of Pond, this episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O is your exclusive backstage pass to one of the most anticipated musical events of the year. POND AUS TOUR JUNE/JULY 2024 Friday, 14 June 2024 - VIVID Sydney at Carriageworks - Sydney, NSW Saturday, 15 June 2024 - Altar - Hobart, TAS Thursday, 27 June 2024 - Lion Arts Factory - Adelaide, SA Friday, 28 June 2024 - Northcote Theatre - Melbourne, VIC Saturday, 29 June 2024 - Princess Theatre - Brisbane, QLD   Saturday, 6 July 2024 - Freo Social - Fremantle, WA

Nicholas Allbrook of Pond Reveals New Album 'Stung' and Australian Tour Dates

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive and enlightening episode featuring the incredible Nicholas Allbrook, the charismatic frontman of the Perth-based psychedelic rock band Pond. In this must-listen episode, Nicholas opens up about Pond's journey, sharing insights from their exhilarating experiences on the road, including memorable moments sharing the stage with rock legends Queens Of The Stone Age. With the much-anticipated announcement of their new album "Stung," set for release on the 21st of June, this episode takes listeners on a deep dive into the creative process, inspirations, and aspirations that fuel Pond's unique sound. The conversation doesn't stop there; Nicholas also gives us the inside scoop on Pond's upcoming Australian tour, marking a series of performances that promise to electrify fans across the country. From the iconic VIVID Sydney at Carriageworks to the historic Princess Theatre in Brisbane, this tour is set to showcase Pond's dynamic presence and mesmerizing performances. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to the magic of Pond, this episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O is your exclusive backstage pass to one of the most anticipated musical events of the year. POND AUS TOUR JUNE/JULY 2024 Friday, 14 June 2024 - VIVID Sydney at Carriageworks - Sydney, NSW Saturday, 15 June 2024 - Altar - Hobart, TAS Thursday, 27 June 2024 - Lion Arts Factory - Adelaide, SA Friday, 28 June 2024 - Northcote Theatre - Melbourne, VIC Saturday, 29 June 2024 - Princess Theatre - Brisbane, QLD   Saturday, 6 July 2024 - Freo Social - Fremantle, WA

24:06

27 Mar 24

Coterie Talks 'Lush Leopard' Tour, Songwriting, and Shows with Aussie Icons

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode as we welcome the phenomenal Fisher brothers, Tyler, Joshua, Brandford, and Conrad of Coterie, fresh from their electrifying 'Lush Leopard' Coastal Regional tour across Australia and New Zealand. Immerse yourself in the harmonious world of Coterie as Matty O shares his admiration for the band's exquisite harmonies and we explore the talented artists joining them on tour. Dive into the heart of Coterie's creativity with a behind-the-scenes look at their unique online series 'TATTS 'N' CHATS,' featuring intimate conversations and complimentary tattoos, showcasing their vibrant personality and deep connection with fans. Get ready to laugh out loud as the band recounts the unforgettable story of their dad stepping in as their first live drummer during an arena tour with Six 60, illustrating the familial bonds that power their rhythm. Explore the intricacies of Coterie's songwriting process, honed through constant touring, and discover the secrets behind their captivating music. Don't miss the exclusive insight into Coterie's partnership with Nando's, adding a flavorful twist to their tour life. Join us as we discuss memorable shows alongside Aussie icons like Lime Cordial, Ocean Alley, and the Cat Empire, revealing what Coterie has learned from these legendary acts. Plus, Coterie drops an EXCLUSIVE announcement about their upcoming European tour, including some major festival dates that promise to elevate their global footprint. And for a fun twist, don't miss our game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' with music legends Queen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Foo Fighters, offering a glimpse into Coterie's dream collaborations and friendships. This episode is a must-listen for fans and newcomers alike, packed with laughter, revelations, and the infectious spirit of Coterie.

Coterie Talks 'Lush Leopard' Tour, Songwriting, and Shows with Aussie Icons

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode as we welcome the phenomenal Fisher brothers, Tyler, Joshua, Brandford, and Conrad of Coterie, fresh from their electrifying 'Lush Leopard' Coastal Regional tour across Australia and New Zealand. Immerse yourself in the harmonious world of Coterie as Matty O shares his admiration for the band's exquisite harmonies and we explore the talented artists joining them on tour. Dive into the heart of Coterie's creativity with a behind-the-scenes look at their unique online series 'TATTS 'N' CHATS,' featuring intimate conversations and complimentary tattoos, showcasing their vibrant personality and deep connection with fans. Get ready to laugh out loud as the band recounts the unforgettable story of their dad stepping in as their first live drummer during an arena tour with Six 60, illustrating the familial bonds that power their rhythm. Explore the intricacies of Coterie's songwriting process, honed through constant touring, and discover the secrets behind their captivating music. Don't miss the exclusive insight into Coterie's partnership with Nando's, adding a flavorful twist to their tour life. Join us as we discuss memorable shows alongside Aussie icons like Lime Cordial, Ocean Alley, and the Cat Empire, revealing what Coterie has learned from these legendary acts. Plus, Coterie drops an EXCLUSIVE announcement about their upcoming European tour, including some major festival dates that promise to elevate their global footprint. And for a fun twist, don't miss our game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' with music legends Queen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Foo Fighters, offering a glimpse into Coterie's dream collaborations and friendships. This episode is a must-listen for fans and newcomers alike, packed with laughter, revelations, and the infectious spirit of Coterie.

11:32

15 Mar 24

The Rubens Talk 'Liquid Gold', Touring Secrets & Studio Life

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode featuring Scott Baldwin, Sam, and Elliott Margin from The Rubens as we celebrate the release of their latest hit, ‘Liquid Gold’. Fresh off the stage from an intimate corporate performance exclusive to Triple M listeners, The Rubens open up about their most unconventional gigs, including a memorable backyard show where each band member was humorously honored with a puppy named after them. Dive deep into the behind-the-scenes action with The Rubens as they share their favorite ‘Spinal Tap’ moments, a testament to their sense of humor and adaptability, especially when faced with the unique challenges of regional tours. The episode takes a poignant turn as The Rubens discuss their connection with the late Michael Gudinski, revealing how a pivotal phone call influenced their music journey and propelled them towards greater commercial radio exposure. Explore the creative sanctum of The Rubens, ‘The Bunker’—a WWII army bunker turned music studio, where the magic of their writing, recording, and rehearsing happens. Discover the secrets behind their consistent music releases and get a glimpse into their preference for touring regional Australia, a choice driven by the heartwarming reception of local fans. ‘Liquid Gold’ has not only captured the hearts of Triple M listeners but has also introduced an innovative approach to music video production, directly involving the band’s fans in the creative process. Plus, don't miss The Rubens taking a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane' with untold stories from their most iconic gigs, and find out who they would choose to write with, party with, and invite over for a memorable dinner among Silverchain, Queen, and Oasis.

The Rubens Talk 'Liquid Gold', Touring Secrets & Studio Life

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode featuring Scott Baldwin, Sam, and Elliott Margin from The Rubens as we celebrate the release of their latest hit, ‘Liquid Gold’. Fresh off the stage from an intimate corporate performance exclusive to Triple M listeners, The Rubens open up about their most unconventional gigs, including a memorable backyard show where each band member was humorously honored with a puppy named after them. Dive deep into the behind-the-scenes action with The Rubens as they share their favorite ‘Spinal Tap’ moments, a testament to their sense of humor and adaptability, especially when faced with the unique challenges of regional tours. The episode takes a poignant turn as The Rubens discuss their connection with the late Michael Gudinski, revealing how a pivotal phone call influenced their music journey and propelled them towards greater commercial radio exposure. Explore the creative sanctum of The Rubens, ‘The Bunker’—a WWII army bunker turned music studio, where the magic of their writing, recording, and rehearsing happens. Discover the secrets behind their consistent music releases and get a glimpse into their preference for touring regional Australia, a choice driven by the heartwarming reception of local fans. ‘Liquid Gold’ has not only captured the hearts of Triple M listeners but has also introduced an innovative approach to music video production, directly involving the band’s fans in the creative process. Plus, don't miss The Rubens taking a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane' with untold stories from their most iconic gigs, and find out who they would choose to write with, party with, and invite over for a memorable dinner among Silverchain, Queen, and Oasis.

34:00

14 Mar 24

HOMEGROWN: Royel Otis Talk Creating 'Pratts & Pain' and Their Rapid Rise to Fame

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a special episode featuring Royel Maddell and Otis Pavlovic of, Royel Otis. Celebrating the release of their debut studio album, "Pratts & Pain," which soared to #1 on the Australian Music Charts, we dive deep into the journey behind its creation and the anticipation that built as it sat ready for over a year. Discover the unique origins of Royel Otis. The duo's recent Australian tour saw tickets disappearing in minutes, leading to venue upgrades to accommodate their rapidly growing fanbase. Fresh from their performances in the US, including shows in LA and New York, Roy and Otis reflect on their whirlwind international experience and the surreal feeling of going global. We also get an insider's look into Royel Otis' writing process, revealing a treasure trove of songs awaiting release. Plus, we take a stroll down "Memory Lane," revisiting standout gigs from their career, and engage in a game of "Write, Party, Dinner", imagining collaborations and hangouts with music legends like The Cure, The Beatles, and AC/DC.

HOMEGROWN: Royel Otis Talk Creating 'Pratts & Pain' and Their Rapid Rise to Fame

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a special episode featuring Royel Maddell and Otis Pavlovic of, Royel Otis. Celebrating the release of their debut studio album, "Pratts & Pain," which soared to #1 on the Australian Music Charts, we dive deep into the journey behind its creation and the anticipation that built as it sat ready for over a year. Discover the unique origins of Royel Otis. The duo's recent Australian tour saw tickets disappearing in minutes, leading to venue upgrades to accommodate their rapidly growing fanbase. Fresh from their performances in the US, including shows in LA and New York, Roy and Otis reflect on their whirlwind international experience and the surreal feeling of going global. We also get an insider's look into Royel Otis' writing process, revealing a treasure trove of songs awaiting release. Plus, we take a stroll down "Memory Lane," revisiting standout gigs from their career, and engage in a game of "Write, Party, Dinner", imagining collaborations and hangouts with music legends like The Cure, The Beatles, and AC/DC.

21:09

1 Mar 24

Buffalo Paradise On Triple M Homegrown: Breaking Down Their Explosive Rise

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive catch-up with Lachy and Angus from the sensational band Buffalo Paradise. Having made waves in 2023 with their hit track 'Silly Smile,' Buffalo Paradise is gearing up for an even more explosive year in 2024. In this episode, we dive deep into the heart of Buffalo Paradise, exploring their musical journey, from the band's formation to their latest recording sessions, dynamic tours, and what they have in store for the future. Matty O brings out the stories behind their chart-topping success, the creative process that fuels their music, and the inspirations that drive their sound. As 'Silly Smile' continues to receive airplay and acclaim on Triple M, we get a behind-the-scenes look at what makes Buffalo Paradise tick, their experiences on the road, and the anticipation surrounding their upcoming projects. Whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering their music, this episode is your backstage pass to one of 2023's most talked-about bands as they prepare to take 2024 by storm.

Buffalo Paradise On Triple M Homegrown: Breaking Down Their Explosive Rise

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive catch-up with Lachy and Angus from the sensational band Buffalo Paradise. Having made waves in 2023 with their hit track 'Silly Smile,' Buffalo Paradise is gearing up for an even more explosive year in 2024. In this episode, we dive deep into the heart of Buffalo Paradise, exploring their musical journey, from the band's formation to their latest recording sessions, dynamic tours, and what they have in store for the future. Matty O brings out the stories behind their chart-topping success, the creative process that fuels their music, and the inspirations that drive their sound. As 'Silly Smile' continues to receive airplay and acclaim on Triple M, we get a behind-the-scenes look at what makes Buffalo Paradise tick, their experiences on the road, and the anticipation surrounding their upcoming projects. Whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering their music, this episode is your backstage pass to one of 2023's most talked-about bands as they prepare to take 2024 by storm.

16:33

11 Feb 24

20 Years of 'Begins Here': Clint Boge Talks The Butterfly Effect's Evolution

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a monumental episode as we celebrate 20 years of "Begins Here", the debut album that catapulted Brisbane's metal band 'The Butterfly Effect' into the spotlight. In this exclusive interview, frontman Clint Boge takes us behind the scenes of their incredible journey, from their early beginnings to selling out some of the biggest shows across the country. Clint shares his reflections on playing at Australia's premier festivals, the evolution of their sound over two decades, and the exhilaration of performing at huge venues after so many years. Discover the stories that have shaped one of Australia's most beloved metal bands and get a glimpse into what makes 'The Butterfly Effect' a true phenomenon in the music world. Don't miss this deep dive into the legacy of 'The Butterfly Effect' and their ongoing impact on the Australian music scene.

20 Years of 'Begins Here': Clint Boge Talks The Butterfly Effect's Evolution

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a monumental episode as we celebrate 20 years of "Begins Here", the debut album that catapulted Brisbane's metal band 'The Butterfly Effect' into the spotlight. In this exclusive interview, frontman Clint Boge takes us behind the scenes of their incredible journey, from their early beginnings to selling out some of the biggest shows across the country. Clint shares his reflections on playing at Australia's premier festivals, the evolution of their sound over two decades, and the exhilaration of performing at huge venues after so many years. Discover the stories that have shaped one of Australia's most beloved metal bands and get a glimpse into what makes 'The Butterfly Effect' a true phenomenon in the music world. Don't miss this deep dive into the legacy of 'The Butterfly Effect' and their ongoing impact on the Australian music scene.

12:53

9 Feb 24

Unveiling The DMA's 2024 Plans With Guitarist Johnny Took

Get ready to rock with Triple M Homegrown as we kick off 2024 with a bang! In this  episode, Matty O sits down with Johnny Took, the talented guitarist from one of the world's biggest bands, the DMA's. Dive deep into the DMA's incredible journey through 2023 and discover what they have in store for their fans in 2024. Johnny Took shares exclusive insights into the band's upcoming projects and reflects on their phenomenal success. Plus, get the inside scoop on the AO Finals session, where they'll be sharing the stage with other top artists like Ruel, Jungle Giants, and Tash Sultana. For more information on this epic event, visit ausopen.com

Unveiling The DMA's 2024 Plans With Guitarist Johnny Took

Get ready to rock with Triple M Homegrown as we kick off 2024 with a bang! In this  episode, Matty O sits down with Johnny Took, the talented guitarist from one of the world's biggest bands, the DMA's. Dive deep into the DMA's incredible journey through 2023 and discover what they have in store for their fans in 2024. Johnny Took shares exclusive insights into the band's upcoming projects and reflects on their phenomenal success. Plus, get the inside scoop on the AO Finals session, where they'll be sharing the stage with other top artists like Ruel, Jungle Giants, and Tash Sultana. For more information on this epic event, visit ausopen.com

13:04

23 Jan 24

Birds of Tokyo Unpack Their Evolution Over Twenty Years + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we welcome friends of the show, Ian Kenny and Adam Weston, the dynamic duo from the renowned Australian rock band, Birds of Tokyo. Fresh from their electrifying performance at the Mushroom 50th Celebration, they give us an exclusive peek into the excitement and fervor of the night, along with some never-before-heard behind-the-scenes stories. In this engaging and insightful episode, we delve into the band's journey as they approach their 20th anniversary. Birds of Tokyo, known for their captivating melodies and profound lyrics, have carved a unique space in the music world. Ian and Adam discuss their new music, the undying passion that drives their creativity, and their experiences of sharing the stage with global music legends like Bon Jovi, Keith Urban, Midnight Oil, and Cold Chisel. Prepare to be enthralled as we go beyond the music and explore the inspirations and aspirations of one of Australia's most beloved bands. From anecdotes of their early days to their vision for the future, this episode is a must-listen for music enthusiasts and Birds of Tokyo fans alike.

Birds of Tokyo Unpack Their Evolution Over Twenty Years + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we welcome friends of the show, Ian Kenny and Adam Weston, the dynamic duo from the renowned Australian rock band, Birds of Tokyo. Fresh from their electrifying performance at the Mushroom 50th Celebration, they give us an exclusive peek into the excitement and fervor of the night, along with some never-before-heard behind-the-scenes stories. In this engaging and insightful episode, we delve into the band's journey as they approach their 20th anniversary. Birds of Tokyo, known for their captivating melodies and profound lyrics, have carved a unique space in the music world. Ian and Adam discuss their new music, the undying passion that drives their creativity, and their experiences of sharing the stage with global music legends like Bon Jovi, Keith Urban, Midnight Oil, and Cold Chisel. Prepare to be enthralled as we go beyond the music and explore the inspirations and aspirations of one of Australia's most beloved bands. From anecdotes of their early days to their vision for the future, this episode is a must-listen for music enthusiasts and Birds of Tokyo fans alike.

29:20

6 Dec 23

Amyl and The Sniffers Talk Touring, Foo Fighters, and A Third Album

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, where we delve deep into the heart of Australian rock and roll. In this electrifying episode, we're thrilled to host Amy Taylor and Bryce Wilson from the sensational band, Amyl and The Sniffers. Fresh off the road from their whirlwind tour with a staggering 110 shows in 2022 and 76 in 2023, Amy and Bryce sit down to share their exhilarating journey and the rare moments of calm in their dynamic lives. As seasoned performers, Amy and Bryce reveal their profound love for live music, embracing the chaos and adrenaline of touring life. From the unpredictable travel to the intense anticipation before taking the stage, they share the gritty details of their touring experiences. Our conversation dives into the diverse audiences they've encountered, from octogenarians rocking out to young fans experiencing the magic of live music for the first time. We also explore Amyl and The Sniffers' international appeal, especially in the USA, and compare it with their connection to Australian fans. Amy highlights her special fondness for regional Australian shows, where the band can forge a deeper, more personal connection with their audience. A special segment of the episode is dedicated to the band's relationship with the legendary Foo Fighters. Amy and Bryce recount supporting the Foo Fighters on their Australian tours and share anecdotes from their time with Dave Grohl, including a memorable car trip involving fried chicken and cigarettes. The episode also delves into the creative process behind Amyl and The Sniffers' upcoming third album, giving listeners a rare glimpse into their songwriting and recording workflow. Join us for a game of ‘Memory Lane’, where we revisit key moments in Amyl and The Sniffers' career, including their first international tour with King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, performances at Splendour in the Grass, and their experiences at Coachella. Finally, we wrap up with a fun round of ‘Write, Party, Dinner’, featuring iconic acts like Guns N Roses, Hole, and Bruce Springsteen. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for this unmissable conversation with one of Australia's most electrifying rock bands. There's still time to see one of the most ELECTRIFYING bands in the world right now as part of ALWAYS LIV VIC! Check our their dates here. https://www.amylandthesniffers.com/shows

Amyl and The Sniffers Talk Touring, Foo Fighters, and A Third Album

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, where we delve deep into the heart of Australian rock and roll. In this electrifying episode, we're thrilled to host Amy Taylor and Bryce Wilson from the sensational band, Amyl and The Sniffers. Fresh off the road from their whirlwind tour with a staggering 110 shows in 2022 and 76 in 2023, Amy and Bryce sit down to share their exhilarating journey and the rare moments of calm in their dynamic lives. As seasoned performers, Amy and Bryce reveal their profound love for live music, embracing the chaos and adrenaline of touring life. From the unpredictable travel to the intense anticipation before taking the stage, they share the gritty details of their touring experiences. Our conversation dives into the diverse audiences they've encountered, from octogenarians rocking out to young fans experiencing the magic of live music for the first time. We also explore Amyl and The Sniffers' international appeal, especially in the USA, and compare it with their connection to Australian fans. Amy highlights her special fondness for regional Australian shows, where the band can forge a deeper, more personal connection with their audience. A special segment of the episode is dedicated to the band's relationship with the legendary Foo Fighters. Amy and Bryce recount supporting the Foo Fighters on their Australian tours and share anecdotes from their time with Dave Grohl, including a memorable car trip involving fried chicken and cigarettes. The episode also delves into the creative process behind Amyl and The Sniffers' upcoming third album, giving listeners a rare glimpse into their songwriting and recording workflow. Join us for a game of ‘Memory Lane’, where we revisit key moments in Amyl and The Sniffers' career, including their first international tour with King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, performances at Splendour in the Grass, and their experiences at Coachella. Finally, we wrap up with a fun round of ‘Write, Party, Dinner’, featuring iconic acts like Guns N Roses, Hole, and Bruce Springsteen. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for this unmissable conversation with one of Australia's most electrifying rock bands. There's still time to see one of the most ELECTRIFYING bands in the world right now as part of ALWAYS LIV VIC! Check our their dates here. https://www.amylandthesniffers.com/shows

30:00

4 Dec 23

Ash Grunwald's Journey From Van Tours To Bluesfest Glory

Join Matty O on a special episode of Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Ash Grunwald, marking his 10th performance at the iconic Bluesfest. Ash, a festival stalwart, brings his unique energy and insights to the show, sharing stories from his illustrious career and his latest creative venture - "The Bluesfest Studio Sessions." This album, a heartfelt homage to the festival, encapsulates a decade of his musical journey. In this episode, we delve into Ash's experiences recording the album and touring globally, offering listeners a rare glimpse into the life of a touring artist. Ash opens up about the complexities of balancing his life as a touring musician with his responsibilities as a father, revealing the challenges and joys of life on the road. Despite the changes in his life, he reminisces about the simpler times touring out of a van and how those experiences have shaped his career and music. Matty O and Ash also discuss the evolution of Bluesfest, its impact on the music scene, and Ash's personal connection to the festival. Expect candid conversations, laughter, and a deep dive into the heart and soul of blues music. This is more than just an interview; it's a celebration of music, life, and the unbreakable spirit of a true artist.

Ash Grunwald's Journey From Van Tours To Bluesfest Glory

Join Matty O on a special episode of Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Ash Grunwald, marking his 10th performance at the iconic Bluesfest. Ash, a festival stalwart, brings his unique energy and insights to the show, sharing stories from his illustrious career and his latest creative venture - "The Bluesfest Studio Sessions." This album, a heartfelt homage to the festival, encapsulates a decade of his musical journey. In this episode, we delve into Ash's experiences recording the album and touring globally, offering listeners a rare glimpse into the life of a touring artist. Ash opens up about the complexities of balancing his life as a touring musician with his responsibilities as a father, revealing the challenges and joys of life on the road. Despite the changes in his life, he reminisces about the simpler times touring out of a van and how those experiences have shaped his career and music. Matty O and Ash also discuss the evolution of Bluesfest, its impact on the music scene, and Ash's personal connection to the festival. Expect candid conversations, laughter, and a deep dive into the heart and soul of blues music. This is more than just an interview; it's a celebration of music, life, and the unbreakable spirit of a true artist.

19:04

3 Dec 23

Introducing Heartbeatz: William Drummond's Solo Project

Join us on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O as we introduce Heartbeatz, the solo project of William Drummond, better known as the bass player of Matty O's band British India. In this special episode, we dive deep into the musical journey of William Drummond, who's venturing into new territories with his debut album, a project three years in the making. We're excited to premiere 'Sweeping Up My Shadow,' the debut single from Heartbeatz, setting the stage for an album release next year that promises to captivate listeners. William shares the intricate process of creating his album, highlighting the significant differences he experienced in crafting a solo album compared to his collaborative efforts in a band. One of the episode's highlights includes William's collaboration with Michael Belsar, one of the most sought-after upcoming producers. This partnership has not only shaped the album but also marked a career milestone for both artists. In a first for the show, we take a trip down Memory Lane with William, revisiting some of the most memorable and unusual gigs he's encountered. From electrifying performances at the Big Day Out to supporting the legendary Rolling Stones, this episode is an enthralling journey through William's musical escapades, filled with insights and anecdotes that fans and music enthusiasts will cherish.

Introducing Heartbeatz: William Drummond's Solo Project

Join us on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O as we introduce Heartbeatz, the solo project of William Drummond, better known as the bass player of Matty O's band British India. In this special episode, we dive deep into the musical journey of William Drummond, who's venturing into new territories with his debut album, a project three years in the making. We're excited to premiere 'Sweeping Up My Shadow,' the debut single from Heartbeatz, setting the stage for an album release next year that promises to captivate listeners. William shares the intricate process of creating his album, highlighting the significant differences he experienced in crafting a solo album compared to his collaborative efforts in a band. One of the episode's highlights includes William's collaboration with Michael Belsar, one of the most sought-after upcoming producers. This partnership has not only shaped the album but also marked a career milestone for both artists. In a first for the show, we take a trip down Memory Lane with William, revisiting some of the most memorable and unusual gigs he's encountered. From electrifying performances at the Big Day Out to supporting the legendary Rolling Stones, this episode is an enthralling journey through William's musical escapades, filled with insights and anecdotes that fans and music enthusiasts will cherish.

43:07

23 Nov 23

HOMEGROWN: Nathan Cavaleri Reveals the Magic Behind 'Miracles'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive and intimate episode with the remarkable Nathan Cavaleri. Broadcasting from his home studio and streamed LIVE on Twitch to thousands of fans, Nathan shares the exciting journey of creating his latest masterpiece, 'Miracles.' Dive into the heart of his creative process, and discover how Nathan's dedicated community played a pivotal role in shaping this album. Nathan reveals the unique blend of fan inspiration and personal challenges that fuelled his artistic journey. Plus, get a glimpse into his personal life - including stories of famous musicians who've been lured over by his Mum's irresistible cooking. It's more than just an interview; it's a celebration of music, community, and the little miracles that make life extraordinary. Don't miss this behind-the-scenes look at one of today's most inspiring musicians, exclusively on Triple M Homegrown.

HOMEGROWN: Nathan Cavaleri Reveals the Magic Behind 'Miracles'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive and intimate episode with the remarkable Nathan Cavaleri. Broadcasting from his home studio and streamed LIVE on Twitch to thousands of fans, Nathan shares the exciting journey of creating his latest masterpiece, 'Miracles.' Dive into the heart of his creative process, and discover how Nathan's dedicated community played a pivotal role in shaping this album. Nathan reveals the unique blend of fan inspiration and personal challenges that fuelled his artistic journey. Plus, get a glimpse into his personal life - including stories of famous musicians who've been lured over by his Mum's irresistible cooking. It's more than just an interview; it's a celebration of music, community, and the little miracles that make life extraordinary. Don't miss this behind-the-scenes look at one of today's most inspiring musicians, exclusively on Triple M Homegrown.

25:55

22 Nov 23

HOMEGROWN: The FASTEST Growing LIVE Music Trivia is here!

Dive into the world of music and trivia with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown, as we explore the multifaceted career of Aimon Clark, the talented musician from Brisbane’s renowned band, "The Creases." Aimon isn't just a musician; he's the innovative mind behind Australia's fastest-growing Music Trivia show - 'Not on your rider.' This episode takes you behind the scenes of Aimon's journey from the stage to the spotlight of trivia and podcasting. Discover how Aimon's trivia shows have become a national sensation with sold-out events across Australia. Delve into his unique approach to trivia, blending music, entertainment, and engaging content, which has attracted some of the country's biggest names, including Tim Rogers, Hayley Mary, the comedy group Aunty Donna, comedian Nick Cody, entertainment personality Dicko, renowned media figure Myf Warhurst, and the acclaimed band DMA'S. Matty O and Aimon Clark discuss the challenges and triumphs of running a successful trivia podcast and company, offering insights into the world of music and entertainment trivia. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a trivia buff, or just love a good story, this episode is a must-listen.

HOMEGROWN: The FASTEST Growing LIVE Music Trivia is here!

Dive into the world of music and trivia with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown, as we explore the multifaceted career of Aimon Clark, the talented musician from Brisbane’s renowned band, "The Creases." Aimon isn't just a musician; he's the innovative mind behind Australia's fastest-growing Music Trivia show - 'Not on your rider.' This episode takes you behind the scenes of Aimon's journey from the stage to the spotlight of trivia and podcasting. Discover how Aimon's trivia shows have become a national sensation with sold-out events across Australia. Delve into his unique approach to trivia, blending music, entertainment, and engaging content, which has attracted some of the country's biggest names, including Tim Rogers, Hayley Mary, the comedy group Aunty Donna, comedian Nick Cody, entertainment personality Dicko, renowned media figure Myf Warhurst, and the acclaimed band DMA'S. Matty O and Aimon Clark discuss the challenges and triumphs of running a successful trivia podcast and company, offering insights into the world of music and entertainment trivia. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a trivia buff, or just love a good story, this episode is a must-listen.

25:20

20 Nov 23

Davey Lane's Paranormal Encounter With The Stokes + You Am I Australian Tour

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode featuring Davey Lane of 'You Am I'. Dive into Davey's world as he discusses their highly-anticipated Australian tour and shares insights into his recent solo endeavors, delving into iconic albums by Neil Young, The Who, and The Beatles. As a self-proclaimed "Beatles nerd", Davey recounts his thrilling experience of following Sir Paul McCartney across Australia, attending shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, and Brisbane. But that's not all – get ready for a fun twist with our 'Write, Party, Dinner' game, where Davey reveals his choices among The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, and David Bowie. Discover who he'd love to collaborate with, party alongside, and invite for a dinner. The episode takes an eerie turn as Davey shares his spine-chilling encounter at the world's spookiest gig, supporting The Strokes in the USA. Hear his firsthand account of a paranormal experience that left him rattled in a backstage restroom, and the haunting history he uncovered about it. Plus, learn about his attempt to comfort a disheartened Fabrizio Moretti, drummer of The Strokes, in a situation involving Drew Barrymore that's as intriguing as it is surprising.

Davey Lane's Paranormal Encounter With The Stokes + You Am I Australian Tour

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for an unforgettable episode featuring Davey Lane of 'You Am I'. Dive into Davey's world as he discusses their highly-anticipated Australian tour and shares insights into his recent solo endeavors, delving into iconic albums by Neil Young, The Who, and The Beatles. As a self-proclaimed "Beatles nerd", Davey recounts his thrilling experience of following Sir Paul McCartney across Australia, attending shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, and Brisbane. But that's not all – get ready for a fun twist with our 'Write, Party, Dinner' game, where Davey reveals his choices among The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, and David Bowie. Discover who he'd love to collaborate with, party alongside, and invite for a dinner. The episode takes an eerie turn as Davey shares his spine-chilling encounter at the world's spookiest gig, supporting The Strokes in the USA. Hear his firsthand account of a paranormal experience that left him rattled in a backstage restroom, and the haunting history he uncovered about it. Plus, learn about his attempt to comfort a disheartened Fabrizio Moretti, drummer of The Strokes, in a situation involving Drew Barrymore that's as intriguing as it is surprising.

14:30

16 Nov 23

Jebediah's Long-Awaited Return: Kevin Mitchell Talks New Album 'Oiks'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a landmark episode featuring Kevin Mitchell from Jebediah. In this exclusive interview, we celebrate a monumental occasion: the release of Jebediah's first album in 12 years, 'Oiks', set to drop on Friday, 12 April 2024. The excitement is palpable as we delve into the details of this highly anticipated album and the release of their new single, 'Rubberman', out now. Kevin Mitchell takes us on a nostalgic journey, reflecting on Jebediah's evolution since their formation in 1994 in Perth, WA. As the band approaches its 30th anniversary, Kevin opens up about the early days - the naivety, the thrill, and the drive that propelled them from local Perth stages to national acclaim. We explore the unique WA pride and how Jebediah paved the way for local bands, choosing to grow their roots in Australian soil instead of seeking fame overseas. This episode is more than a trip down memory lane; it's a celebration of Western Australia's burgeoning music scene. With bands like Spacey Jane and Tame Impala also hailing from Perth, we discuss the incredible growth of the music industry on Australia's West Coast over the last three decades.

Jebediah's Long-Awaited Return: Kevin Mitchell Talks New Album 'Oiks'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown for a landmark episode featuring Kevin Mitchell from Jebediah. In this exclusive interview, we celebrate a monumental occasion: the release of Jebediah's first album in 12 years, 'Oiks', set to drop on Friday, 12 April 2024. The excitement is palpable as we delve into the details of this highly anticipated album and the release of their new single, 'Rubberman', out now. Kevin Mitchell takes us on a nostalgic journey, reflecting on Jebediah's evolution since their formation in 1994 in Perth, WA. As the band approaches its 30th anniversary, Kevin opens up about the early days - the naivety, the thrill, and the drive that propelled them from local Perth stages to national acclaim. We explore the unique WA pride and how Jebediah paved the way for local bands, choosing to grow their roots in Australian soil instead of seeking fame overseas. This episode is more than a trip down memory lane; it's a celebration of Western Australia's burgeoning music scene. With bands like Spacey Jane and Tame Impala also hailing from Perth, we discuss the incredible growth of the music industry on Australia's West Coast over the last three decades.

42:10

15 Nov 23

The Vanns Talk Sold-Out Shows and Tease Exciting 2024 Plans

Join us on Triple M Homegrown as Matty O reconnects with Jimmy Vann from The Vanns, six months after their last chat on the album release day for 'Last Of Your Kind'. In this vibrant and engaging episode, we dive into the band's exhilarating journey, from playing massive festival gigs to their recent sell-out shows in Melbourne and Adelaide. Discover what makes The Vanns tick, and what fans can expect at their upcoming performances in Sydney, Perth, and Fremantle. Beyond the stage, Jimmy opens up about his passions outside music. Hear about his impressive feat in the Sydney Marathon alongside Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy, and his fun golf outings with Pacific Avenue. But that's not all – Jimmy teases what's next for The Vanns. From hints of a new album to a national tour, this episode is packed with insider info and heartfelt discussions. Whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering The Vanns, this episode offers a unique glimpse into the life of one of Australia's most exciting bands.

The Vanns Talk Sold-Out Shows and Tease Exciting 2024 Plans

Join us on Triple M Homegrown as Matty O reconnects with Jimmy Vann from The Vanns, six months after their last chat on the album release day for 'Last Of Your Kind'. In this vibrant and engaging episode, we dive into the band's exhilarating journey, from playing massive festival gigs to their recent sell-out shows in Melbourne and Adelaide. Discover what makes The Vanns tick, and what fans can expect at their upcoming performances in Sydney, Perth, and Fremantle. Beyond the stage, Jimmy opens up about his passions outside music. Hear about his impressive feat in the Sydney Marathon alongside Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy, and his fun golf outings with Pacific Avenue. But that's not all – Jimmy teases what's next for The Vanns. From hints of a new album to a national tour, this episode is packed with insider info and heartfelt discussions. Whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering The Vanns, this episode offers a unique glimpse into the life of one of Australia's most exciting bands.

14:23

14 Nov 23

Aus Music Month: Marcus Knight Talks 'LIV LOUD'

Join us on Triple M Homegrown as host Matty O welcomes the legendary Marcus Knight, a pivotal figure in Melbourne's music landscape and the creative force behind Liv Loud. This episode isn't just a conversation; it's a journey through the heart and soul of Australian music during the celebrated Aus Music Month. Matty and Marcus explore the remarkable resilience and solidarity within the Australian music community, emphasizing how this special month elevates both emerging and well-established Aussie acts. They delve into the communal spirit of the music industry, highlighting the unity and shared experiences from small pub gigs to sold-out stadium events. Marcus shares his commitment to attending as many events as possible, humorously remarking on his lack of flybuys points for travel but ensuring his presence at each significant occasion. This commitment underlines the episode's theme: the dedication and hard work intrinsic to the Australian music scene. The conversation takes a poignant turn as they discuss the legacy of Michael Gudinski, a towering figure in Australian music. Marcus reflects on how Gudinski's influence continues to inspire him daily, particularly evident in the lineup of this year's events. Listeners are then taken behind the scenes of the mammoth task of organizing such large-scale events. Marcus and Matty peel back the curtain to reveal the core objectives and the intricate planning that goes into making these events a reality. For aspiring artists, Marcus offers invaluable advice: a blend of patience and perseverance is key in the challenging yet rewarding music industry. The episode rounds off with a lighthearted and engaging game of 'Write, Party, Dinner', featuring iconic acts The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, and Fatboy Slim. Marcus's choices in this game offer a fun and personal glimpse into his preferences and personality. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for this insightful and entertaining exploration of what makes Australian music so unique and impactful, and why Aus Music Month is a crucial celebration of this vibrant industry.

Aus Music Month: Marcus Knight Talks 'LIV LOUD'

Join us on Triple M Homegrown as host Matty O welcomes the legendary Marcus Knight, a pivotal figure in Melbourne's music landscape and the creative force behind Liv Loud. This episode isn't just a conversation; it's a journey through the heart and soul of Australian music during the celebrated Aus Music Month. Matty and Marcus explore the remarkable resilience and solidarity within the Australian music community, emphasizing how this special month elevates both emerging and well-established Aussie acts. They delve into the communal spirit of the music industry, highlighting the unity and shared experiences from small pub gigs to sold-out stadium events. Marcus shares his commitment to attending as many events as possible, humorously remarking on his lack of flybuys points for travel but ensuring his presence at each significant occasion. This commitment underlines the episode's theme: the dedication and hard work intrinsic to the Australian music scene. The conversation takes a poignant turn as they discuss the legacy of Michael Gudinski, a towering figure in Australian music. Marcus reflects on how Gudinski's influence continues to inspire him daily, particularly evident in the lineup of this year's events. Listeners are then taken behind the scenes of the mammoth task of organizing such large-scale events. Marcus and Matty peel back the curtain to reveal the core objectives and the intricate planning that goes into making these events a reality. For aspiring artists, Marcus offers invaluable advice: a blend of patience and perseverance is key in the challenging yet rewarding music industry. The episode rounds off with a lighthearted and engaging game of 'Write, Party, Dinner', featuring iconic acts The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, and Fatboy Slim. Marcus's choices in this game offer a fun and personal glimpse into his preferences and personality. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for this insightful and entertaining exploration of what makes Australian music so unique and impactful, and why Aus Music Month is a crucial celebration of this vibrant industry.

13:15

13 Nov 23

Scott Darlow Talks 'Deadly Heart' and Upcoming Prison Shows

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we sit down with the phenomenal Yorta Yorta artist, Scott Darlow, to delve into the celebrations surrounding his latest musical offering, 'Deadly Heart'. This episode offers an intimate glimpse into Darlow's extensive regional tour, a monumental journey spanning an incredible 65 shows. We not only celebrate his favourite performances but also get candid about the challenges faced on the road, particularly the solitude and family separation that accompanies such a dedicated tour life. As we unpack the emotional toll of long periods away from loved ones, Scott shares personal insights into the life of a touring artist. Despite the loneliness and sacrifices, his passion for music and storytelling remains undeterred, illuminating his resolve and love for his craft. With the 'Deadly Heart' tour coming to a close, we explore Scott's relentless drive as he embarks on his next ambitious venture — a mission to perform in every prison across Victoria, spreading his message and music behind bars, before taking his talents international with an upcoming tour in China.

Scott Darlow Talks 'Deadly Heart' and Upcoming Prison Shows

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we sit down with the phenomenal Yorta Yorta artist, Scott Darlow, to delve into the celebrations surrounding his latest musical offering, 'Deadly Heart'. This episode offers an intimate glimpse into Darlow's extensive regional tour, a monumental journey spanning an incredible 65 shows. We not only celebrate his favourite performances but also get candid about the challenges faced on the road, particularly the solitude and family separation that accompanies such a dedicated tour life. As we unpack the emotional toll of long periods away from loved ones, Scott shares personal insights into the life of a touring artist. Despite the loneliness and sacrifices, his passion for music and storytelling remains undeterred, illuminating his resolve and love for his craft. With the 'Deadly Heart' tour coming to a close, we explore Scott's relentless drive as he embarks on his next ambitious venture — a mission to perform in every prison across Victoria, spreading his message and music behind bars, before taking his talents international with an upcoming tour in China.

15:28

9 Nov 23

The Screaming Jets' Chart-Topping Tribute to Paul Woseen

Embark on an evocative journey with Triple M Homegrown as we feature the heart and soul of Aussie rock, The Screaming Jets. This special episode welcomes the electrifying Dave Gleeson of Triple M Nights to sit down with Matty O, the rhythm backbone of British India and host of Homegrown. Together, they explore the adrenaline-pumping highs and soul-stirring lows of a band that's become a cornerstone of Australian music. In this must-listen crossover, we delve deep into the history of The Screaming Jets, who've recently celebrated their greatest milestone yet – the #1 album 'Professional Misconduct'. But amid the celebrations, we take a poignant moment to remember Paul Woseen, the founding bassist whose talent transcended the stage and studio, leaving a legacy that continues to resonate throughout the industry. Gleeso opens up about the band's early days, the excitement of their debut album 'All For One' reaching #2 in the charts, and the surreal feeling of topping that three decades later. What would a younger Gleeso have thought of such an achievement? His reflective musings offer a rare glimpse into the personal side of rock stardom. But it's not all serious – we get a cheeky peek behind the curtain at The Screaming Jets' show rider. Trust us, it's not just your standard fare of beers and wine; there's more to these rock legends' backstage requests that could surprise you.

The Screaming Jets' Chart-Topping Tribute to Paul Woseen

Embark on an evocative journey with Triple M Homegrown as we feature the heart and soul of Aussie rock, The Screaming Jets. This special episode welcomes the electrifying Dave Gleeson of Triple M Nights to sit down with Matty O, the rhythm backbone of British India and host of Homegrown. Together, they explore the adrenaline-pumping highs and soul-stirring lows of a band that's become a cornerstone of Australian music. In this must-listen crossover, we delve deep into the history of The Screaming Jets, who've recently celebrated their greatest milestone yet – the #1 album 'Professional Misconduct'. But amid the celebrations, we take a poignant moment to remember Paul Woseen, the founding bassist whose talent transcended the stage and studio, leaving a legacy that continues to resonate throughout the industry. Gleeso opens up about the band's early days, the excitement of their debut album 'All For One' reaching #2 in the charts, and the surreal feeling of topping that three decades later. What would a younger Gleeso have thought of such an achievement? His reflective musings offer a rare glimpse into the personal side of rock stardom. But it's not all serious – we get a cheeky peek behind the curtain at The Screaming Jets' show rider. Trust us, it's not just your standard fare of beers and wine; there's more to these rock legends' backstage requests that could surprise you.

13:11

7 Nov 23

Casey Barnes Reveals His Songwriting Secrets and Future Projects

Get ready to venture deep into the heart of Australian country music with one of the industry's most celebrated artists, Casey Barnes. In this special episode of Triple M Homegrown, host Matty O sits down for an intimate chat with Casey, who is fresh off an ARIA win and about to take the global stage at the world's biggest Country Music festival, Stage Coach Festival. As Casey snuggles up next to his four-month-old puppy, he divulges his favourite aspects of a career that has allowed him to globetrot, connecting with die-hard fans and soaking up diverse local cultures. He talks about the unbreakable bonds he's formed with people in the industry, describing them as incredibly dear friendships that have enriched his life. We delve into the current state of live music in 2023, a landscape that Casey boldly claims is in the best shape he's ever witnessed. Post-pandemic, the appetite for live performances has surged, making shows more vibrant and impassioned than ever. Ever wondered how Casey crafts his hit singles? In this episode, he lifts the curtain on his songwriting process, sharing exciting details about an upcoming song penned with fellow Australian artist Morgan Evans—a song he describes as the best he's ever written. As a regional show aficionado, Casey shares his candid thoughts on why regional gigs are the most electrifying, saying, "The more regional they are, the more rowdy they get." We also engage Casey in a whimsical game of 'Write, Party, Dinner,' featuring the legendary bands Cold Chisel, Foo Fighters, and Radiohead. Tune in to find out who he'd collaborate with, who he'd let loose with, and who he'd invite to a sit-down dinner.

Casey Barnes Reveals His Songwriting Secrets and Future Projects

Get ready to venture deep into the heart of Australian country music with one of the industry's most celebrated artists, Casey Barnes. In this special episode of Triple M Homegrown, host Matty O sits down for an intimate chat with Casey, who is fresh off an ARIA win and about to take the global stage at the world's biggest Country Music festival, Stage Coach Festival. As Casey snuggles up next to his four-month-old puppy, he divulges his favourite aspects of a career that has allowed him to globetrot, connecting with die-hard fans and soaking up diverse local cultures. He talks about the unbreakable bonds he's formed with people in the industry, describing them as incredibly dear friendships that have enriched his life. We delve into the current state of live music in 2023, a landscape that Casey boldly claims is in the best shape he's ever witnessed. Post-pandemic, the appetite for live performances has surged, making shows more vibrant and impassioned than ever. Ever wondered how Casey crafts his hit singles? In this episode, he lifts the curtain on his songwriting process, sharing exciting details about an upcoming song penned with fellow Australian artist Morgan Evans—a song he describes as the best he's ever written. As a regional show aficionado, Casey shares his candid thoughts on why regional gigs are the most electrifying, saying, "The more regional they are, the more rowdy they get." We also engage Casey in a whimsical game of 'Write, Party, Dinner,' featuring the legendary bands Cold Chisel, Foo Fighters, and Radiohead. Tune in to find out who he'd collaborate with, who he'd let loose with, and who he'd invite to a sit-down dinner.

20:31

23 Oct 23

Diesel Unveils the Inspiration Behind His New Album 'Bootleg Melancholy'

In this special episode, hosts Matty O & Chris Holland are thrilled to be joined by one of Australia's most iconic artists, Diesel, to talk about his brand-new album 'Bootleg Melancholy.' With a storied career that spans over three decades, Diesel opens up about what it's like to look back at his impressive catalogue. Is nostalgia a friend or a foe for an artist of his caliber? Tune in to find out. For the audiophiles out there, this episode is a treasure trove of technical details. Diesel shares his passion for both vinyl and CDs and delves into the science behind these formats. What makes this all the more special is that 'Bootleg Melancholy' will be released on both mediums for fans who relish the tactile experience of physical records. Ever wondered what Diesel's home studio looks like? Chris Holland, who has had the privilege of visiting the workspace, shares an insider’s look. The episode rounds off with Diesel unveiling the inspiration behind the album title 'Bootleg Melancholy,' which is as intriguing as it sounds. Don't miss out on this insightful conversation that ranges from artistic evolution to the nuts and bolts of music formats. Subscribe now and stay tuned to Triple M Homegrown for the best in Australian music!

Diesel Unveils the Inspiration Behind His New Album 'Bootleg Melancholy'

In this special episode, hosts Matty O & Chris Holland are thrilled to be joined by one of Australia's most iconic artists, Diesel, to talk about his brand-new album 'Bootleg Melancholy.' With a storied career that spans over three decades, Diesel opens up about what it's like to look back at his impressive catalogue. Is nostalgia a friend or a foe for an artist of his caliber? Tune in to find out. For the audiophiles out there, this episode is a treasure trove of technical details. Diesel shares his passion for both vinyl and CDs and delves into the science behind these formats. What makes this all the more special is that 'Bootleg Melancholy' will be released on both mediums for fans who relish the tactile experience of physical records. Ever wondered what Diesel's home studio looks like? Chris Holland, who has had the privilege of visiting the workspace, shares an insider’s look. The episode rounds off with Diesel unveiling the inspiration behind the album title 'Bootleg Melancholy,' which is as intriguing as it sounds. Don't miss out on this insightful conversation that ranges from artistic evolution to the nuts and bolts of music formats. Subscribe now and stay tuned to Triple M Homegrown for the best in Australian music!

15:40

20 Oct 23

Silverchair's Ben Gillies & Chris Joannou Talk 'Love & Pain' Book | FULL INTERVIEW

In this captivating episode of Triple M Homegrown, Matty O & Chris Holland sit down with Australian rock legends Ben Gillies and Chris Joannou of Silverchair to delve into the untold stories behind their new book, "Love & Pain." From their humble beginnings in a Newcastle garage to becoming one of Australia's most iconic rock bands, Ben and Chris open up like never before. Hear about the complexities of promoting a book versus an album, and the vulnerability that comes with leaving the safety of their instruments. The duo also discuss the importance of mental health, a subject often ignored in their formative years but candidly addressed in their new book. Get ready for a journey down 'Memory Lane,' as Ben and Chris recount hilarious anecdotes involving Triple M's top brass, ARIA after-parties, and secret gigs—stories you won't hear anywhere else. We also take a closer look at Silverchair's unique fan-only shows, backstage cricket games, and the iconic 'Rock In Rio' set in 2001. Ever wondered about Chris's 'Vibe Case' or Ben's tattoo of James Brown? We've got those stories, too! Plus, don't miss out on our closing game 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Elton John, David Bowie, and Queen. This episode is a treasure trove for any Silverchair fan and a must-listen for anyone keen on understanding the intricacies of life in the rock 'n' roll spotlight. Join us for an unforgettable dialogue, as we celebrate the highs, lows, and everything in between that has made Silverchair the band they are today.

Silverchair's Ben Gillies & Chris Joannou Talk 'Love & Pain' Book | FULL INTERVIEW

In this captivating episode of Triple M Homegrown, Matty O & Chris Holland sit down with Australian rock legends Ben Gillies and Chris Joannou of Silverchair to delve into the untold stories behind their new book, "Love & Pain." From their humble beginnings in a Newcastle garage to becoming one of Australia's most iconic rock bands, Ben and Chris open up like never before. Hear about the complexities of promoting a book versus an album, and the vulnerability that comes with leaving the safety of their instruments. The duo also discuss the importance of mental health, a subject often ignored in their formative years but candidly addressed in their new book. Get ready for a journey down 'Memory Lane,' as Ben and Chris recount hilarious anecdotes involving Triple M's top brass, ARIA after-parties, and secret gigs—stories you won't hear anywhere else. We also take a closer look at Silverchair's unique fan-only shows, backstage cricket games, and the iconic 'Rock In Rio' set in 2001. Ever wondered about Chris's 'Vibe Case' or Ben's tattoo of James Brown? We've got those stories, too! Plus, don't miss out on our closing game 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Elton John, David Bowie, and Queen. This episode is a treasure trove for any Silverchair fan and a must-listen for anyone keen on understanding the intricacies of life in the rock 'n' roll spotlight. Join us for an unforgettable dialogue, as we celebrate the highs, lows, and everything in between that has made Silverchair the band they are today.

37:45

19 Oct 23

Unveiling the Secrets of the Music Industry with Michael Parisi

Dive deep into the heart of the music industry with another enriching episode of "Industry Icons" on Triple M Homegrown. Host Matty O invites Michael Parisi, an industry veteran and host of the new podcast 'Vinyl Tap,' to demystify the complexities of today's ever-changing music landscape. The Backstory Michael Parisi's journey started at the promotions department of Warner Bros. in the early '90s, where he laid the groundwork for what would become a star-studded career. Listen as he takes you back to his early days of orchestrating promo gigs for the legendary Red Hot Chili Peppers on their seminal album, "Blood Sugar Sex Magik." Michael reminisces about his youthful excitement and the challenges of dealing with larger-than-life personalities like Flea and Anthony Kiedis. He even spills a bit of tea on a few borderline-outrageous stories that will make you wish you had backstage access back then. A 30-Year Perspective Fast forward to 2023, and Michael has an established legacy in marketing and A&R positions. He reflects on how the industry has evolved over the last three decades, focusing on the shift in emphasis away from live music and stage performances for budding artists. Michael passionately argues that if you can't command a live audience, your chances of making it big are slim. He elaborates on this by discussing what it truly takes to capture attention in today's digital-first era. The Current State of the Industry It's a different ballgame for emerging artists today. Michael details the unique challenges that artists now face, from navigating social media algorithms to understanding streaming metrics. However, his fundamental advice remains the same: maximum stage time and self-promotion are crucial. "It’s your job to build an audience no matter how. If it’s playing 50 dodgy acoustic gigs on a Tuesday night in Wesleyanne in Northcote, then so be it," he advises. Stories and Anecdotes Fans of Australian band Regurgitator will be riveted by Michael's experiences dealing with their enigmatic frontman, Quan, whose unconventional approaches to the industry have shocked him time and time again. Plus, don't miss the jaw-dropping backstage stories of playing pool with rock legends like The Rolling Stones and Rage Against the Machine. A Game to Remember To round off the episode, Michael plays an entertaining game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, and Oasis. Who would he choose to manage, party with, and invite over for dinner? His answers might just surprise you. This comprehensive episode is not only a walk down memory lane but also a practical guidebook for anyone aspiring to carve a niche in the world of music. Tune in for an experience filled with invaluable lessons, industry secrets, and untold stories that only a seasoned professional like Michael Parisi can provide.

Unveiling the Secrets of the Music Industry with Michael Parisi

Dive deep into the heart of the music industry with another enriching episode of "Industry Icons" on Triple M Homegrown. Host Matty O invites Michael Parisi, an industry veteran and host of the new podcast 'Vinyl Tap,' to demystify the complexities of today's ever-changing music landscape. The Backstory Michael Parisi's journey started at the promotions department of Warner Bros. in the early '90s, where he laid the groundwork for what would become a star-studded career. Listen as he takes you back to his early days of orchestrating promo gigs for the legendary Red Hot Chili Peppers on their seminal album, "Blood Sugar Sex Magik." Michael reminisces about his youthful excitement and the challenges of dealing with larger-than-life personalities like Flea and Anthony Kiedis. He even spills a bit of tea on a few borderline-outrageous stories that will make you wish you had backstage access back then. A 30-Year Perspective Fast forward to 2023, and Michael has an established legacy in marketing and A&R positions. He reflects on how the industry has evolved over the last three decades, focusing on the shift in emphasis away from live music and stage performances for budding artists. Michael passionately argues that if you can't command a live audience, your chances of making it big are slim. He elaborates on this by discussing what it truly takes to capture attention in today's digital-first era. The Current State of the Industry It's a different ballgame for emerging artists today. Michael details the unique challenges that artists now face, from navigating social media algorithms to understanding streaming metrics. However, his fundamental advice remains the same: maximum stage time and self-promotion are crucial. "It’s your job to build an audience no matter how. If it’s playing 50 dodgy acoustic gigs on a Tuesday night in Wesleyanne in Northcote, then so be it," he advises. Stories and Anecdotes Fans of Australian band Regurgitator will be riveted by Michael's experiences dealing with their enigmatic frontman, Quan, whose unconventional approaches to the industry have shocked him time and time again. Plus, don't miss the jaw-dropping backstage stories of playing pool with rock legends like The Rolling Stones and Rage Against the Machine. A Game to Remember To round off the episode, Michael plays an entertaining game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, and Oasis. Who would he choose to manage, party with, and invite over for dinner? His answers might just surprise you. This comprehensive episode is not only a walk down memory lane but also a practical guidebook for anyone aspiring to carve a niche in the world of music. Tune in for an experience filled with invaluable lessons, industry secrets, and untold stories that only a seasoned professional like Michael Parisi can provide.

28:59

16 Oct 23

The Living End: Celebrating 25 Years of Their Iconic Debut Album

Prepare for a captivating journey through music history as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of 'The Living End' and their iconic self-titled debut album. In this exclusive episode, you'll hear firsthand from Chris Cheney and Scott Owen of The Living End as they join Matty O and Chris Holland on Triple M Homegrown to reminisce about the album that launched their legendary career. "We did it, we said what we were going to do," remarks frontman Chris Cheney, reflecting on the early days when boundless energy and ambitious dreams fueled their music. He vividly describes how the songs from the debut album transport him back to his early 20s, a time of youthful exuberance. Explore the genesis of The Living End as Chris and Scott share their mutual love for 50's rock, particularly 'The Stray Cats.' Discover the story of how Scott bought a double bass to capture that distinctive rockabilly sound. Immerse yourself in Melbourne's vibrant live music scene, where the band honed their skills over seven years. Frontman Chris Cheney takes you back to the band's first proper show at The Richmond Club Hotel in September 1991, emphasizing the solid foundation they built before recording the debut album at Sing Sing Studios with producer Lindsay Gravina. "Chris and I would be out on weeknights, putting flyers in car windscreens, and sticking them up on poles at busy intersections. We were hustle, hustle, hustle, hustle," recalls Scott, offering valuable advice for aspiring artists. Their relentless determination is a key theme in their trajectory to success. Delve into the unexpected choice of 'Prisoner of Society' as a single and its profound impact. Learn how life transformed after the album's release, with constant touring, relentless rehearsals, and a whirlwind of press commitments. "The greatest thing is when people say 'this record got me through high school', 'got me through difficult times'," says Chris Cheney, underscoring the album's enduring significance in fans' lives. As they celebrate the 25th anniversary, discover the details of the special edition reissue of the album and a not-to-be-missed one-off show in Melbourne. The episode also includes a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane,' where The Living End shares memorable gig stories, and a playful round of 'Write, Party, Dinner,' featuring The Beatles, Oasis, and The Eagles.

The Living End: Celebrating 25 Years of Their Iconic Debut Album

Prepare for a captivating journey through music history as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of 'The Living End' and their iconic self-titled debut album. In this exclusive episode, you'll hear firsthand from Chris Cheney and Scott Owen of The Living End as they join Matty O and Chris Holland on Triple M Homegrown to reminisce about the album that launched their legendary career. "We did it, we said what we were going to do," remarks frontman Chris Cheney, reflecting on the early days when boundless energy and ambitious dreams fueled their music. He vividly describes how the songs from the debut album transport him back to his early 20s, a time of youthful exuberance. Explore the genesis of The Living End as Chris and Scott share their mutual love for 50's rock, particularly 'The Stray Cats.' Discover the story of how Scott bought a double bass to capture that distinctive rockabilly sound. Immerse yourself in Melbourne's vibrant live music scene, where the band honed their skills over seven years. Frontman Chris Cheney takes you back to the band's first proper show at The Richmond Club Hotel in September 1991, emphasizing the solid foundation they built before recording the debut album at Sing Sing Studios with producer Lindsay Gravina. "Chris and I would be out on weeknights, putting flyers in car windscreens, and sticking them up on poles at busy intersections. We were hustle, hustle, hustle, hustle," recalls Scott, offering valuable advice for aspiring artists. Their relentless determination is a key theme in their trajectory to success. Delve into the unexpected choice of 'Prisoner of Society' as a single and its profound impact. Learn how life transformed after the album's release, with constant touring, relentless rehearsals, and a whirlwind of press commitments. "The greatest thing is when people say 'this record got me through high school', 'got me through difficult times'," says Chris Cheney, underscoring the album's enduring significance in fans' lives. As they celebrate the 25th anniversary, discover the details of the special edition reissue of the album and a not-to-be-missed one-off show in Melbourne. The episode also includes a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane,' where The Living End shares memorable gig stories, and a playful round of 'Write, Party, Dinner,' featuring The Beatles, Oasis, and The Eagles.

25:14

12 Oct 23

Matt Gudinski Reveals All: The Making of 'Mushroom 50 Live'

Step into the world of Australian music as Matt Gudinski, CEO of Mushroom, sits down with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown. Together, they delve deep into 'Mushroom 50 Live' – not just an event, but a momentous occasion celebrating 50 songs spanning 50 years of Mushroom's illustrious legacy. Set against the backdrop of the iconic Rod Laver Arena on November 26, this concert promises to be unlike any other. Matt Gudinski sheds light on the intricacies of organizing an event of such magnitude and the unique challenges it presents. But more than just the logistics, it’s the sheer significance of the event that stands out. As Matty O puts it, "it's also the first time all these acts are going to be in one place. This is special. If you're an upcoming artist, you know, you could meet your idol and vice versa for those established acts that are loving the new crop of Mushroom artists coming through." Listeners are in for a treat as Gudinski hints at unexpected collaborations and surprise artist appearances, stoking the flames of anticipation. Beyond the event, the episode dives into the legacy of Mushroom and Gudinski’s personal journey. Reflecting on the company's milestone, Gudinski remarks, "For any company to make 50 years is a feat in itself, and I feel that it has been probably the most exciting year of my career so far." In addition to music and memories, this episode offers fans an insight into the exclusive merchandise themed around the 50-year celebration. And in a nod to giving back, a portion from each ticket sale, specifically $2, will be generously donated to Support Act. Whether you’re a longstanding fan of Australian music or newly exploring its rich tapestry, this episode is a must-listen. Join Matty O and Matt Gudinski as they journey through time, music, and the heart of 'Mushroom 50 Live'.

Matt Gudinski Reveals All: The Making of 'Mushroom 50 Live'

Step into the world of Australian music as Matt Gudinski, CEO of Mushroom, sits down with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown. Together, they delve deep into 'Mushroom 50 Live' – not just an event, but a momentous occasion celebrating 50 songs spanning 50 years of Mushroom's illustrious legacy. Set against the backdrop of the iconic Rod Laver Arena on November 26, this concert promises to be unlike any other. Matt Gudinski sheds light on the intricacies of organizing an event of such magnitude and the unique challenges it presents. But more than just the logistics, it’s the sheer significance of the event that stands out. As Matty O puts it, "it's also the first time all these acts are going to be in one place. This is special. If you're an upcoming artist, you know, you could meet your idol and vice versa for those established acts that are loving the new crop of Mushroom artists coming through." Listeners are in for a treat as Gudinski hints at unexpected collaborations and surprise artist appearances, stoking the flames of anticipation. Beyond the event, the episode dives into the legacy of Mushroom and Gudinski’s personal journey. Reflecting on the company's milestone, Gudinski remarks, "For any company to make 50 years is a feat in itself, and I feel that it has been probably the most exciting year of my career so far." In addition to music and memories, this episode offers fans an insight into the exclusive merchandise themed around the 50-year celebration. And in a nod to giving back, a portion from each ticket sale, specifically $2, will be generously donated to Support Act. Whether you’re a longstanding fan of Australian music or newly exploring its rich tapestry, this episode is a must-listen. Join Matty O and Matt Gudinski as they journey through time, music, and the heart of 'Mushroom 50 Live'.

08:15

10 Oct 23

'Tassie' Lip Tattoos: Aussie Fans' Ultimate Tribute to Their Favourite Band

Step inside one of the most unique displays of fan devotion in Aussie music history. In this special highlight clip from Triple M Homegrown, we dive deep into the story of loyal Luca Brasi fans who took their admiration to an unforgettable level. Discover the phenomenon of over 40 fans, many from the Australian mainland, who chose to ink 'TASSIE' on their inner lips, marking their allegiance to the renowned band. Unravel the reasons behind this bold choice, the significance of the tattoo, and how it reflects the deep bond between Luca Brasi's music and its fans. From the shared camaraderie to the incredible stories of dedication, this clip offers a fascinating look at the lengths fans will go to showcase their love. Whether you're a long-time Luca Brasi admirer or new to their music, this highlight promises insights and stories that resonate with music enthusiasts everywhere. To catch the full interview with Tyler Richardson and delve deeper into the world of Luca Brasi, search 'Luca Brasi' on the LiSTNR app.

'Tassie' Lip Tattoos: Aussie Fans' Ultimate Tribute to Their Favourite Band

Step inside one of the most unique displays of fan devotion in Aussie music history. In this special highlight clip from Triple M Homegrown, we dive deep into the story of loyal Luca Brasi fans who took their admiration to an unforgettable level. Discover the phenomenon of over 40 fans, many from the Australian mainland, who chose to ink 'TASSIE' on their inner lips, marking their allegiance to the renowned band. Unravel the reasons behind this bold choice, the significance of the tattoo, and how it reflects the deep bond between Luca Brasi's music and its fans. From the shared camaraderie to the incredible stories of dedication, this clip offers a fascinating look at the lengths fans will go to showcase their love. Whether you're a long-time Luca Brasi admirer or new to their music, this highlight promises insights and stories that resonate with music enthusiasts everywhere. To catch the full interview with Tyler Richardson and delve deeper into the world of Luca Brasi, search 'Luca Brasi' on the LiSTNR app.

02:48

9 Oct 23

Be Mentored By Rock Legends: Killing Heidi's Ella & Jesse Hooper Unveil Music Industry Secrets

In this episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, we welcome the iconic Ella and Jesse Hooper of Killing Heidi. Journey with us as they chronicle their path from their roots in country Victoria in 1996 to becoming one of Australia's celebrated rock bands. For those looking to break into the music industry, Ella and Jesse offer invaluable insights. They reflect on the often-overwhelming challenges of being an emerging artist, emphasizing that while every artist's journey is unique, there are certain universally crucial lessons to be learned. Ella, with infectious enthusiasm, speaks about her transition to a mentorship role, crediting Wild Turkey for making this partnership possible. She candidly shares her eagerness to impart vital knowledge that could shape the trajectory of an aspiring artist's career. Jesse, with his vast experience of mentoring various artists, discusses the common hurdles young musicians face. He dives deep into the realms of studio production, live music dynamics, songwriting intricacies, the nitty-gritty of song distribution, and comprehensive industry know-how to truly comprehend the backbone of their music. The duo also touches on the stark differences between the music scene today and when they started. Ella delves into the nuances of being a charismatic frontperson, offering tips on fan interaction and the art of maintaining stage energy. They also discuss the progressive changes in the industry, celebrating its growing diversity and inclusivity. Yet, they reminisce about the CD era, a time that provided them financial cushioning during their early touring days. And as a cherry on top, Ella and Jesse reveal the most impactful advice they've ever received, a gem that has remained with them throughout their illustrious career. If you ever dreamt of receiving guidance from rock legends, don’t miss out on this incredible mentorship opportunity with Killing Heidi, powered by Wild Turkey. For more details, swing by Wild Turkey Music x Killing Heidi.

Be Mentored By Rock Legends: Killing Heidi's Ella & Jesse Hooper Unveil Music Industry Secrets

In this episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, we welcome the iconic Ella and Jesse Hooper of Killing Heidi. Journey with us as they chronicle their path from their roots in country Victoria in 1996 to becoming one of Australia's celebrated rock bands. For those looking to break into the music industry, Ella and Jesse offer invaluable insights. They reflect on the often-overwhelming challenges of being an emerging artist, emphasizing that while every artist's journey is unique, there are certain universally crucial lessons to be learned. Ella, with infectious enthusiasm, speaks about her transition to a mentorship role, crediting Wild Turkey for making this partnership possible. She candidly shares her eagerness to impart vital knowledge that could shape the trajectory of an aspiring artist's career. Jesse, with his vast experience of mentoring various artists, discusses the common hurdles young musicians face. He dives deep into the realms of studio production, live music dynamics, songwriting intricacies, the nitty-gritty of song distribution, and comprehensive industry know-how to truly comprehend the backbone of their music. The duo also touches on the stark differences between the music scene today and when they started. Ella delves into the nuances of being a charismatic frontperson, offering tips on fan interaction and the art of maintaining stage energy. They also discuss the progressive changes in the industry, celebrating its growing diversity and inclusivity. Yet, they reminisce about the CD era, a time that provided them financial cushioning during their early touring days. And as a cherry on top, Ella and Jesse reveal the most impactful advice they've ever received, a gem that has remained with them throughout their illustrious career. If you ever dreamt of receiving guidance from rock legends, don’t miss out on this incredible mentorship opportunity with Killing Heidi, powered by Wild Turkey. For more details, swing by Wild Turkey Music x Killing Heidi.

18:07

9 Oct 23

Luca Brasi's Tyler Richardson Talks New Album 'The World Don't Owe You Anything' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Triple M Homegrown's Matty O as he hosts the dynamic frontman of Luca Brasi, Tyler Richardson. This episode is a deep dive into the heart and soul of one of Tasmania's premier bands. Discover the nuances behind their brand new album, 'The World Don't Owe You Anything', as Tyler shares intimate details of the band's writing and production process. Learn how "Puddings House of Flavour", their very own studio funded by their label, became a pivotal element in refining their workflow and creativity. Tasmania's music scene is not just on the rise; it's booming. Tyler provides insights into the growing traction of international acts making their journey across the bass strait, spotlighting the resurgence of Tasmanian music on a global scale. Curious about Luca Brasi's venture into a stripped-back acoustic album? Tyler reveals the motivation and preparation behind this rare move. Journey through time as Matty and Tyler reminisce about monumental gigs, including their first venture onto a European festival stage, the infamous Tasmanian festival from which Luca Brasi was blacklisted, and their invaluable experience supporting Kisschasy on their farewell tour. The episode wouldn't be complete without diving into the legacy of Luca Brasi's "Till The Wheels Fall Off Festival". From its inception and inspiration to memorable moments, including dedicated fans inking matching tattoos, Tyler offers a backstage pass. Concluding this thrilling episode, Matty challenges Tyler with a fun game of 'Write, Party, Dinner'. Presented with icons like AC/DC, The Police, and The Rolling Stones, whom will Tyler choose to write a song with, party with, and take home for dinner?

Luca Brasi's Tyler Richardson Talks New Album 'The World Don't Owe You Anything' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Triple M Homegrown's Matty O as he hosts the dynamic frontman of Luca Brasi, Tyler Richardson. This episode is a deep dive into the heart and soul of one of Tasmania's premier bands. Discover the nuances behind their brand new album, 'The World Don't Owe You Anything', as Tyler shares intimate details of the band's writing and production process. Learn how "Puddings House of Flavour", their very own studio funded by their label, became a pivotal element in refining their workflow and creativity. Tasmania's music scene is not just on the rise; it's booming. Tyler provides insights into the growing traction of international acts making their journey across the bass strait, spotlighting the resurgence of Tasmanian music on a global scale. Curious about Luca Brasi's venture into a stripped-back acoustic album? Tyler reveals the motivation and preparation behind this rare move. Journey through time as Matty and Tyler reminisce about monumental gigs, including their first venture onto a European festival stage, the infamous Tasmanian festival from which Luca Brasi was blacklisted, and their invaluable experience supporting Kisschasy on their farewell tour. The episode wouldn't be complete without diving into the legacy of Luca Brasi's "Till The Wheels Fall Off Festival". From its inception and inspiration to memorable moments, including dedicated fans inking matching tattoos, Tyler offers a backstage pass. Concluding this thrilling episode, Matty challenges Tyler with a fun game of 'Write, Party, Dinner'. Presented with icons like AC/DC, The Police, and The Rolling Stones, whom will Tyler choose to write a song with, party with, and take home for dinner?

21:05

6 Oct 23

Angus Stone Unveils The Secrets Behind 'Dope Lemon' | FULL INTERVIEW

In this captivating episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, join us as we welcome the multi-talented Angus Stone, one half of the internationally acclaimed duo 'Angus & Julia Stone' and the brains behind the sensational project, ‘Dope Lemon’. As Angus gears up for the release of Dope Lemon's third album, ‘Kimosabè’, we delve deep into his creative process, unraveling how the album materialized naturally, striking a perfect balance between solo efforts and collaboration. While nursing an eye injury sustained in a sailing mishap, Angus shares updates on his recuperation journey. We explore the profound impact his music has on fans, encapsulating both uplifting and heart-wrenching stories, including a fan's harrowing car crash experience accompanied by Angus' music. Journey through the enriching narrative of Dope Lemon, appreciating the aesthetic style, brilliant artwork, and the unparalleled creative prowess that fuels it. With Angus, we take a world tour, dissecting the highlights of his upcoming shows in Saudi and the USA before soaking in the vibrant Australian summer festival scene, including a star-studded performance at the Laneway Festival. Get an insider's view of Angus’ remarkable encounters with legendary figures like Rick Rubin, the comic tale behind their collaboration, and the spine-chilling near-death experience Angus and his sister Julia had in LA. Stroll down 'Memory Lane' with Angus as he reminisces about iconic performances and backstage camaraderies with greats like Mick Fleetwood. Be the first to hear about Angus’ exhilarating ventures, including the establishment of the global music haven, Sugarcane Mountain Studios, set to revolutionize the recording industry from 2024. In the climactic segment 'Write, Party, Dinner,' we get a glimpse into Angus' fantasies involving rock legends Bruce Springsteen, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Led Zeppelin.

Angus Stone Unveils The Secrets Behind 'Dope Lemon' | FULL INTERVIEW

In this captivating episode of Triple M Homegrown with Matty O, join us as we welcome the multi-talented Angus Stone, one half of the internationally acclaimed duo 'Angus & Julia Stone' and the brains behind the sensational project, ‘Dope Lemon’. As Angus gears up for the release of Dope Lemon's third album, ‘Kimosabè’, we delve deep into his creative process, unraveling how the album materialized naturally, striking a perfect balance between solo efforts and collaboration. While nursing an eye injury sustained in a sailing mishap, Angus shares updates on his recuperation journey. We explore the profound impact his music has on fans, encapsulating both uplifting and heart-wrenching stories, including a fan's harrowing car crash experience accompanied by Angus' music. Journey through the enriching narrative of Dope Lemon, appreciating the aesthetic style, brilliant artwork, and the unparalleled creative prowess that fuels it. With Angus, we take a world tour, dissecting the highlights of his upcoming shows in Saudi and the USA before soaking in the vibrant Australian summer festival scene, including a star-studded performance at the Laneway Festival. Get an insider's view of Angus’ remarkable encounters with legendary figures like Rick Rubin, the comic tale behind their collaboration, and the spine-chilling near-death experience Angus and his sister Julia had in LA. Stroll down 'Memory Lane' with Angus as he reminisces about iconic performances and backstage camaraderies with greats like Mick Fleetwood. Be the first to hear about Angus’ exhilarating ventures, including the establishment of the global music haven, Sugarcane Mountain Studios, set to revolutionize the recording industry from 2024. In the climactic segment 'Write, Party, Dinner,' we get a glimpse into Angus' fantasies involving rock legends Bruce Springsteen, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Led Zeppelin.

25:51

26 Sep 23

Inside Mushroom’s 50-Year Legacy: Matt Gudinski Shares All | FULL INTERVIEW

Join us on this special extended episode of Triple M Homegrown as we sit down with Mushroom CEO Matt Gudinski, the torchbearer of the iconic Australian music label, to celebrate 50 golden years of Mushroom and the release of the much-awaited 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story' gracing cinemas nationwide. In this deep and insightful conversation with Matty O, Matt Gudinski walks us through the glorious journey of Mushroom, a label that has not only shaped the Australian music landscape but has also been a springboard for numerous artists to achieve global stardom. As we traverse through the milestones of Mushroom, Matt sheds light on his experiences growing up in the vibrant music environment fostered by his father, Michael Gudinski. From reminiscing about family dinners with international stars like Sting to the lessons learnt from promoting Eminem, Matt opens up about his life, marked by a deep passion for the music industry, and shares candid moments from his childhood and career. With Australian music now resonating globally, Matt shares the thrills of witnessing artists break through in 2023 and the unyielding passion that fuels their journey. Delve into discussions on the resurgence of live music post-Covid, and tales of working with megastars like Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran. As we wrap up, don’t miss out on the exclusive insights into Mushroom's upcoming top-secret event this November, capping off the grand 50th-anniversary celebrations. Get ready for a heartfelt conversation that not only celebrates the Mushroom story but is also a testament to the unmatched enthusiasm and dedication that continues to drive the success of Australian music on a global scale.

Inside Mushroom’s 50-Year Legacy: Matt Gudinski Shares All | FULL INTERVIEW

Join us on this special extended episode of Triple M Homegrown as we sit down with Mushroom CEO Matt Gudinski, the torchbearer of the iconic Australian music label, to celebrate 50 golden years of Mushroom and the release of the much-awaited 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story' gracing cinemas nationwide. In this deep and insightful conversation with Matty O, Matt Gudinski walks us through the glorious journey of Mushroom, a label that has not only shaped the Australian music landscape but has also been a springboard for numerous artists to achieve global stardom. As we traverse through the milestones of Mushroom, Matt sheds light on his experiences growing up in the vibrant music environment fostered by his father, Michael Gudinski. From reminiscing about family dinners with international stars like Sting to the lessons learnt from promoting Eminem, Matt opens up about his life, marked by a deep passion for the music industry, and shares candid moments from his childhood and career. With Australian music now resonating globally, Matt shares the thrills of witnessing artists break through in 2023 and the unyielding passion that fuels their journey. Delve into discussions on the resurgence of live music post-Covid, and tales of working with megastars like Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran. As we wrap up, don’t miss out on the exclusive insights into Mushroom's upcoming top-secret event this November, capping off the grand 50th-anniversary celebrations. Get ready for a heartfelt conversation that not only celebrates the Mushroom story but is also a testament to the unmatched enthusiasm and dedication that continues to drive the success of Australian music on a global scale.

29:06

15 Sep 23

HOMEGROWN: Matt Gudinski Talks 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we welcome the CEO of Mushroom Group, Matt Gudinski, in an exclusive chat to celebrate the nationwide cinematic release of 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story.' Get an insider’s look at what to expect from this highly anticipated film as Aussie music enthusiasts await its public screening. Marking half a century of Mushroom’s influence in Australian music, Matt discusses the monumental task of filling his late father's shoes. He emphasizes how the group continues to be a beacon for homegrown talent, carrying the legacy forward and putting Australian music on the global map. In an industry as dynamic and challenging as ever, the episode unfolds Mushroom’s multi-pronged approach to nurturing Australian talent. From international and domestic touring to record labels and event production, Matt sheds light on how the Mushroom Group serves as a 360-degree platform for local artists. Matty O, an artist signed to Mushroom with British India, shares personal insights on the familial atmosphere within Mushroom, underscoring the symbiotic relationship among artists that fosters career growth. Journey back in time as Matt Gudinski shares his earliest memories, giving listeners a rare glimpse into his upbringing and his relationship with iconic artists, including memories of Sting at the dinner table. Whether you’re an artist looking for inspiration or a fan eager to understand the essence of Australian music culture, this episode is a treasure trove of insights and behind-the-scenes stories.

HOMEGROWN: Matt Gudinski Talks 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as we welcome the CEO of Mushroom Group, Matt Gudinski, in an exclusive chat to celebrate the nationwide cinematic release of 'EGO: The Michael Gudinski Story.' Get an insider’s look at what to expect from this highly anticipated film as Aussie music enthusiasts await its public screening. Marking half a century of Mushroom’s influence in Australian music, Matt discusses the monumental task of filling his late father's shoes. He emphasizes how the group continues to be a beacon for homegrown talent, carrying the legacy forward and putting Australian music on the global map. In an industry as dynamic and challenging as ever, the episode unfolds Mushroom’s multi-pronged approach to nurturing Australian talent. From international and domestic touring to record labels and event production, Matt sheds light on how the Mushroom Group serves as a 360-degree platform for local artists. Matty O, an artist signed to Mushroom with British India, shares personal insights on the familial atmosphere within Mushroom, underscoring the symbiotic relationship among artists that fosters career growth. Journey back in time as Matt Gudinski shares his earliest memories, giving listeners a rare glimpse into his upbringing and his relationship with iconic artists, including memories of Sting at the dinner table. Whether you’re an artist looking for inspiration or a fan eager to understand the essence of Australian music culture, this episode is a treasure trove of insights and behind-the-scenes stories.

09:57

31 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: Fancy Face Celebrate Their Debut Album 'El Gronko'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he dives deep with one of Melbourne's most electrifying bands, 'Fancy Face'. Celebrating the launch of their debut album, 'El Gronko', Fancy Face shares the backstage tales of their journey in the Australian music scene. Having opened for big names like the Delta Riggs, Kingswood, and Electric 6, this Melbourne-based group has solidified their position as one of the hardest working bands down under. Discover the inspirations behind 'El Gronko', and how Fancy Face embraced their "party band" label. Don't miss this candid conversation that takes you behind the scenes of Australia's rock n' roll resurgence.

HOMEGROWN: Fancy Face Celebrate Their Debut Album 'El Gronko'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he dives deep with one of Melbourne's most electrifying bands, 'Fancy Face'. Celebrating the launch of their debut album, 'El Gronko', Fancy Face shares the backstage tales of their journey in the Australian music scene. Having opened for big names like the Delta Riggs, Kingswood, and Electric 6, this Melbourne-based group has solidified their position as one of the hardest working bands down under. Discover the inspirations behind 'El Gronko', and how Fancy Face embraced their "party band" label. Don't miss this candid conversation that takes you behind the scenes of Australia's rock n' roll resurgence.

25:18

15 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: G Flip Reveals Songwriting Secrets & Tour Tales

Matty O welcomes the phenomenal G Flip to Triple M Homegrown for a reunion like no other. Travel back in time to the duo's cherished days on community radio, where the airwaves danced to their beats and their camaraderie was forged. G Flip, not just a musician but a storyteller, unravels the rich tapestry of their Melbourne homecomings. Feel the fizz of a freshly poured Carlton Draught and the comfort of a hearty pub parma. Discover the city's hidden gems and the nostalgia it evokes in a globe-trotting artist. The rhythm of the drums isn't just a sound; for G Flip, it's the pulse of their music. Dive deep into the making of 'Drummer', their latest album that wears its heartbeat on its sleeve. Unpack the layers of their songwriting, from the percussive core to the lyrical soul, and hear about the Springsteen magic that sprinkled onto the tracks. Gig tales? G Flip has them in spades. Revel in the joy of their upcoming Australian tour, especially the euphoria of taking the stage at the legendary Forum Theatre in Melbourne. For G Flip, it's not just a performance venue; it's a dream realized. But it's not all music; there's footy passion too. Will G Flip jet set from the US to Melbourne for the AFL grand final, cheering for their beloved Collingwood? Tune in to find out. Plus, get ready to chuckle as they recount the quirkiest spots they've caught a footy match while touring internationally. Journey further down the rabbit hole with the 'Memory Lane' segment. Unearth stories of spontaneous friendships, like with Ruby Fields at Splendor In The Grass, wild nights with Lewis Capaldi, and a grand spectacle alongside Robbie Williams at the AFL grand final. Matty, being a keen observer, shares his awe at G Flip's stellar Logies performance with Peking Duk. And for a fun twist, dive into a whimsical game of 'Write, Party, Dinner'. If given a choice between legends like Stevie Nicks, Alanis Morissette, and Powderfinger, who would G Flip collaborate with, party with, or share a meal with? The finale is a treat for every classic rock aficionado. Join G Flip as they take you inside 'The Slope' studios in LA, an establishment Fleetwood Mac built post the success of 'Rumours'. Experience the mystique of the Stevie Nicks-inspired decor and the entrancing play of mirrors that adorn this iconic space. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a footy fan, or someone seeking hearty conversations, this episode is a melodic blend of passion, memories, and dreams. Join in for an unforgettable ride!

HOMEGROWN: G Flip Reveals Songwriting Secrets & Tour Tales

Matty O welcomes the phenomenal G Flip to Triple M Homegrown for a reunion like no other. Travel back in time to the duo's cherished days on community radio, where the airwaves danced to their beats and their camaraderie was forged. G Flip, not just a musician but a storyteller, unravels the rich tapestry of their Melbourne homecomings. Feel the fizz of a freshly poured Carlton Draught and the comfort of a hearty pub parma. Discover the city's hidden gems and the nostalgia it evokes in a globe-trotting artist. The rhythm of the drums isn't just a sound; for G Flip, it's the pulse of their music. Dive deep into the making of 'Drummer', their latest album that wears its heartbeat on its sleeve. Unpack the layers of their songwriting, from the percussive core to the lyrical soul, and hear about the Springsteen magic that sprinkled onto the tracks. Gig tales? G Flip has them in spades. Revel in the joy of their upcoming Australian tour, especially the euphoria of taking the stage at the legendary Forum Theatre in Melbourne. For G Flip, it's not just a performance venue; it's a dream realized. But it's not all music; there's footy passion too. Will G Flip jet set from the US to Melbourne for the AFL grand final, cheering for their beloved Collingwood? Tune in to find out. Plus, get ready to chuckle as they recount the quirkiest spots they've caught a footy match while touring internationally. Journey further down the rabbit hole with the 'Memory Lane' segment. Unearth stories of spontaneous friendships, like with Ruby Fields at Splendor In The Grass, wild nights with Lewis Capaldi, and a grand spectacle alongside Robbie Williams at the AFL grand final. Matty, being a keen observer, shares his awe at G Flip's stellar Logies performance with Peking Duk. And for a fun twist, dive into a whimsical game of 'Write, Party, Dinner'. If given a choice between legends like Stevie Nicks, Alanis Morissette, and Powderfinger, who would G Flip collaborate with, party with, or share a meal with? The finale is a treat for every classic rock aficionado. Join G Flip as they take you inside 'The Slope' studios in LA, an establishment Fleetwood Mac built post the success of 'Rumours'. Experience the mystique of the Stevie Nicks-inspired decor and the entrancing play of mirrors that adorn this iconic space. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a footy fan, or someone seeking hearty conversations, this episode is a melodic blend of passion, memories, and dreams. Join in for an unforgettable ride!

32:11

10 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: Jane Gazzo Talks Aussie Music Pioneer Ollie Olsen

Join us on this special episode of Triple M Homegrown as we welcome back the multifaceted Jane Gazzo to our studio! Alongside Matty O, Jane reveals her latest initiative to support the legendary Australian musician, Ollie Olsen, who's battling a rare, incurable autoimmune condition - Multiple System Atrophya, a terminal disease similar to Parkinson's. Discover Ollie's remarkable career, where he performed in 19 bands, including the iconic Max Q with Michael Hutchence - who himself was in awe of Ollie's talent. In this episode, we dive deep into the crowdfunding campaign aiming to reach $30,000, with already an impressive $29K raised. Visit the GoFundMe page here and be a part of this heartfelt cause.  Jane's journey hasn't been only about music; her diverse career takes us through her time hosting Recovery and Channel V, working at the BBC in the UK, and much more. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride as Jane shares humorous anecdotes from her days as Courtney Love's PA, her adventures sharing a flat with the Prodigy, and even opening for Hugh Jackman on his national tour.

HOMEGROWN: Jane Gazzo Talks Aussie Music Pioneer Ollie Olsen

Join us on this special episode of Triple M Homegrown as we welcome back the multifaceted Jane Gazzo to our studio! Alongside Matty O, Jane reveals her latest initiative to support the legendary Australian musician, Ollie Olsen, who's battling a rare, incurable autoimmune condition - Multiple System Atrophya, a terminal disease similar to Parkinson's. Discover Ollie's remarkable career, where he performed in 19 bands, including the iconic Max Q with Michael Hutchence - who himself was in awe of Ollie's talent. In this episode, we dive deep into the crowdfunding campaign aiming to reach $30,000, with already an impressive $29K raised. Visit the GoFundMe page here and be a part of this heartfelt cause.  Jane's journey hasn't been only about music; her diverse career takes us through her time hosting Recovery and Channel V, working at the BBC in the UK, and much more. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride as Jane shares humorous anecdotes from her days as Courtney Love's PA, her adventures sharing a flat with the Prodigy, and even opening for Hugh Jackman on his national tour.

36:21

5 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: Hayley Mary's Creative Journey with The Who's 'Tommy'

Hayley Mary of The Jezabels joins Matty O on Triple M Homegrown to chat about joining You Am I on stage, as they hit the road this July and August to pay homage to The Who's legendary 1969 album, 'Tommy.' Prepare to be blown away as You Am I shares the stage with two incredible talents, Hayley Mary of The Jezabels and Sarah McLeod of The Superjesus, to perform "The Who's Tommy Album from start to finish". Adding their unique flair to this timeless masterpiece. Hayley reveals that upon recieving the request from Tim Rogers, It was the first time she'd properly listened to the 'Tommy' album. Highlighiting that the record has inspired her creativity.  Freshly married to Johnny Took of DMA's, Hayley shares some exclusive details about the big day, and how the wholesome way the bride and groom spent their Bucks/Hens night.  Plus, Hayley Mary answers a burning question from Scott Darlow.

HOMEGROWN: Hayley Mary's Creative Journey with The Who's 'Tommy'

Hayley Mary of The Jezabels joins Matty O on Triple M Homegrown to chat about joining You Am I on stage, as they hit the road this July and August to pay homage to The Who's legendary 1969 album, 'Tommy.' Prepare to be blown away as You Am I shares the stage with two incredible talents, Hayley Mary of The Jezabels and Sarah McLeod of The Superjesus, to perform "The Who's Tommy Album from start to finish". Adding their unique flair to this timeless masterpiece. Hayley reveals that upon recieving the request from Tim Rogers, It was the first time she'd properly listened to the 'Tommy' album. Highlighiting that the record has inspired her creativity.  Freshly married to Johnny Took of DMA's, Hayley shares some exclusive details about the big day, and how the wholesome way the bride and groom spent their Bucks/Hens night.  Plus, Hayley Mary answers a burning question from Scott Darlow.

22:02

1 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: Celebrating 25 Years of The Living End's Iconic Self-Titled Album

Join Dutchie on Triple M Homegrown as we embark on a joyous journey celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Living End's groundbreaking self-titled album, released on 12th October 1998. This iconic Australian band, driven by the massive double A-side single 'Second Solution' / 'Prisoner of Society,' shattered expectations with their debut full-length album, propelling them to the top of the charts and into the hearts of music enthusiasts worldwide. Frontman Chris Cheney takes us behind the scenes of the creation of the album, reflecting on how every song and gig led them to this defining moment in their musical journey. A melting pot of influences masterfully combined, 'The Living End' delivered punk, metal, pop, rockabilly, jazz, ska, and more, showcasing the band's remarkable versatility and cohesion. To commemorate this milestone, The Living End plans to ignite the stage with a spectacular hometown show at Melbourne's Festival Hall on Saturday, 4th November. They will treat fans to an unforgettable performance, playing the iconic self-titled album in its entirety, along with an electrifying mix of their other hits, rarities, and deep cuts. Advance tickets are available exclusively to fans signed up to the band's database via pre-sale on Thursday, 3rd August, at 12 pm AEST. General on-sale tickets will kick off on Friday, 4th August, at 12 pm AEST. For those who can't get enough of this musical extravaganza, The Living End is releasing a 25th-anniversary edition of their self-titled album on 13th October 2023. This special release includes a remastered 14-track vinyl and CD version, accompanied by a captivating 32-page booklet filled with liner notes penned by Chris Cheney and captivating period photographs. Additionally, fans can savor a 10-track live recording from 1998, featuring an exceptional cover version of 'On The Inside' (theme from 'Prisoner') and a riotous rendition of 'Prisoner of Society,' available digitally. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime celebration of Australian musical history, as we honor The Living End's remarkable debut album and their incredible journey over the past 25 years. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and secure your tickets to the Melbourne show to experience the magic of 'The Living End' album live, as Chris Cheney and the band create an unforgettable night filled with rock 'n' roll memories and raw musical talent.

HOMEGROWN: Celebrating 25 Years of The Living End's Iconic Self-Titled Album

Join Dutchie on Triple M Homegrown as we embark on a joyous journey celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Living End's groundbreaking self-titled album, released on 12th October 1998. This iconic Australian band, driven by the massive double A-side single 'Second Solution' / 'Prisoner of Society,' shattered expectations with their debut full-length album, propelling them to the top of the charts and into the hearts of music enthusiasts worldwide. Frontman Chris Cheney takes us behind the scenes of the creation of the album, reflecting on how every song and gig led them to this defining moment in their musical journey. A melting pot of influences masterfully combined, 'The Living End' delivered punk, metal, pop, rockabilly, jazz, ska, and more, showcasing the band's remarkable versatility and cohesion. To commemorate this milestone, The Living End plans to ignite the stage with a spectacular hometown show at Melbourne's Festival Hall on Saturday, 4th November. They will treat fans to an unforgettable performance, playing the iconic self-titled album in its entirety, along with an electrifying mix of their other hits, rarities, and deep cuts. Advance tickets are available exclusively to fans signed up to the band's database via pre-sale on Thursday, 3rd August, at 12 pm AEST. General on-sale tickets will kick off on Friday, 4th August, at 12 pm AEST. For those who can't get enough of this musical extravaganza, The Living End is releasing a 25th-anniversary edition of their self-titled album on 13th October 2023. This special release includes a remastered 14-track vinyl and CD version, accompanied by a captivating 32-page booklet filled with liner notes penned by Chris Cheney and captivating period photographs. Additionally, fans can savor a 10-track live recording from 1998, featuring an exceptional cover version of 'On The Inside' (theme from 'Prisoner') and a riotous rendition of 'Prisoner of Society,' available digitally. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime celebration of Australian musical history, as we honor The Living End's remarkable debut album and their incredible journey over the past 25 years. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and secure your tickets to the Melbourne show to experience the magic of 'The Living End' album live, as Chris Cheney and the band create an unforgettable night filled with rock 'n' roll memories and raw musical talent.

07:45

1 Aug 23

HOMEGROWN: Felix Riebl of The Cat Empire | 'Where The Angels Fall' Album Preview

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Felix Riebl of The Cat Empire, ahead of the highly anticipated release of their 9th studio album, 'Where The Angels Fall.' In this candid and emotionally charged episode, Felix opens up about the band's exciting new lineup, introducing three incredibly gifted musicians who have joined their ranks. With an air of enthusiasm, Felix shares that this album marks a milestone in his music career, as it was a truly magical recording experience involving an impressive array of over 75 different instruments and 45 talented musicians contributing their artistry. The band's collaboration with this diverse group has resulted in a unique and unparalleled sound that will surely captivate audiences. With a strong international presence, The Cat Empire's global influence has infused a new dimension of creativity into their music. Felix eagerly discusses how this newfound spice is set to invigorate Australian stages, promising an unforgettable live experience for their home audience. However, amidst the excitement, the interview takes a poignant turn as Felix opens up about a personal tragedy—the loss of his dear little brother. He shares how music has become a profound source of solace and strength during this heart-wrenching time, allowing him to process and navigate through the depths of his emotions.

HOMEGROWN: Felix Riebl of The Cat Empire | 'Where The Angels Fall' Album Preview

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Felix Riebl of The Cat Empire, ahead of the highly anticipated release of their 9th studio album, 'Where The Angels Fall.' In this candid and emotionally charged episode, Felix opens up about the band's exciting new lineup, introducing three incredibly gifted musicians who have joined their ranks. With an air of enthusiasm, Felix shares that this album marks a milestone in his music career, as it was a truly magical recording experience involving an impressive array of over 75 different instruments and 45 talented musicians contributing their artistry. The band's collaboration with this diverse group has resulted in a unique and unparalleled sound that will surely captivate audiences. With a strong international presence, The Cat Empire's global influence has infused a new dimension of creativity into their music. Felix eagerly discusses how this newfound spice is set to invigorate Australian stages, promising an unforgettable live experience for their home audience. However, amidst the excitement, the interview takes a poignant turn as Felix opens up about a personal tragedy—the loss of his dear little brother. He shares how music has become a profound source of solace and strength during this heart-wrenching time, allowing him to process and navigate through the depths of his emotions.

25:50

31 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: The Screaming Jets' Explosive New Record 'Nothing To Lose'

Get ready for a high-energy Triple M crossover as the charismatic Matty O from Triple M Homegrown joins forces with rock legend Gleeso from Triple M Nights. In this electrifying podcast, they dive deep into The Screaming Jets' world, highlighting their new single 'Nothing To Lose,' a taste of what's to come on their much-anticipated upcoming album later this year. Discover the band's unique writing and recording process, spanning across Australia from South Australia to Victoria and sunny Byron Bay. Gleeso shares fascinating insights into the resurgence of live rock music, with younger generations flocking to The Screaming Jets' shows, sparking a witty remark about good parenting. Hear some incredible behind-the-scenes stories, including how The Screaming Jets celebrated their debut album release, taking you on a nostalgic journey through their illustrious 30-year career. Gleeso also opens up about embracing social media as a seasoned rock musician and how it has transformed the music industry. Prepare to be entertained as they recount wild partying experiences with support bands like The Dune Rats and Pricey. Matty O shines a spotlight on the profound influence The Screaming Jets have on the next generation of artists, proving their timeless appeal. But that's not all! Discover Gleeso's pre-show warm-up rituals, involving 'Barnsey-like' screaming, shots of JD or Fireball, and some intense chest-beating, guaranteed to get you pumped up! For some fun and games, join in as Gleeso plays "FIRST, FAVOURITE, FORGETTABLE," revealing his first-ever gig at Newcastle town hall, his all-time favorite performance, and a gig he'd rather forget—cue sleepless nights and a game of goal with some intimidating bikies! And finally, enjoy the exciting segment "Write, Party, Dinner," where Gleeso ponders what it'd be like to hang out with AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, and David Lee Roth, imagining the ultimate rock and roll experiences.

HOMEGROWN: The Screaming Jets' Explosive New Record 'Nothing To Lose'

Get ready for a high-energy Triple M crossover as the charismatic Matty O from Triple M Homegrown joins forces with rock legend Gleeso from Triple M Nights. In this electrifying podcast, they dive deep into The Screaming Jets' world, highlighting their new single 'Nothing To Lose,' a taste of what's to come on their much-anticipated upcoming album later this year. Discover the band's unique writing and recording process, spanning across Australia from South Australia to Victoria and sunny Byron Bay. Gleeso shares fascinating insights into the resurgence of live rock music, with younger generations flocking to The Screaming Jets' shows, sparking a witty remark about good parenting. Hear some incredible behind-the-scenes stories, including how The Screaming Jets celebrated their debut album release, taking you on a nostalgic journey through their illustrious 30-year career. Gleeso also opens up about embracing social media as a seasoned rock musician and how it has transformed the music industry. Prepare to be entertained as they recount wild partying experiences with support bands like The Dune Rats and Pricey. Matty O shines a spotlight on the profound influence The Screaming Jets have on the next generation of artists, proving their timeless appeal. But that's not all! Discover Gleeso's pre-show warm-up rituals, involving 'Barnsey-like' screaming, shots of JD or Fireball, and some intense chest-beating, guaranteed to get you pumped up! For some fun and games, join in as Gleeso plays "FIRST, FAVOURITE, FORGETTABLE," revealing his first-ever gig at Newcastle town hall, his all-time favorite performance, and a gig he'd rather forget—cue sleepless nights and a game of goal with some intimidating bikies! And finally, enjoy the exciting segment "Write, Party, Dinner," where Gleeso ponders what it'd be like to hang out with AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, and David Lee Roth, imagining the ultimate rock and roll experiences.

21:36

30 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Recording in Airbnb's! Busby Marou's Unconventional Approach On 'Blood Red'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou of Busby Marou to celebrate the release of their highly anticipated fifth studio album, 'Blood Red'. In this lively and candid interview, the duo takes us on a journey through their musical career, sharing stories from their humble beginnings to unforgettable collaborations with music icons. Discover how Busby Marou's first album celebration differed from their latest release, thirteen years later, with Jeremy recounting a memorable night in 2010 when he and his uncle watched the sunrise on a remote beach in north Queensland after a few too many beers. Gain unique insights into the making of 'Blood Red', where the boys recorded in Airbnb's across the country, embracing a loose and collaborative process with friends and family. Hear hilarious tales of 3 am drunken vocal takes and late-night recording sessions that brought the album to life. The podcast delves into one of the band's standout experiences when they met and collaborated with Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish at his compound in Charleston, South Carolina. Sharing the humorous anecdote of how they initially thought it was a prank, the boys take you inside Darius' sports-crazy man-cave, an unforgettable setting for the spontaneous creation of a song that shaped the record in under an hour. That song is Track 9 on 'Blood Red' titled, Someone. Tom and Jeremy also talk about their ambitious 'Tiny Towns' Australian tour, where they ventured to play gigs in every country town across the vast Australian landscape. Learn why touring regionally has its unique challenges and rewards, as the duo reflects on the unwavering commitment and love they receive from their regional fans. As they gear up for the 'Blood Red' National tour starting in August, get a sneak peek of what's in store for audiences. With a full band, the tour promises a louder and grittier performance compared to their previous acoustic shows, and Jeremy shares his excitement to showcase his electric guitar skills on stage. Take a nostalgic trip down Memory Lane as Busby Marou reminisces about some of their most significant gigs throughout their career, including memorable moments at the Gympie Music Muster, Eatons Hills Hotel, and supporting legendary acts like James Blunt, Elton John, and The Beach Boys. Hear funny backstage stories with James Blunt, a hilarious mishap with Elton John, and the genuine respect they experienced from The Beach Boys. Finally, witness the duo's enthusiasm as they recall their "Career Highlight," a nerve-wracking yet exhilarating performance on stage with Midnight Oil at The Big Red Bash in 2019. Lastly, get ready to be entertained as Busby Marou engages in a fun game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Aerosmith, KISS, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Discover who they'd write a song with, party the night away, and invite over for an unforgettable dinner.

HOMEGROWN: Recording in Airbnb's! Busby Marou's Unconventional Approach On 'Blood Red'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou of Busby Marou to celebrate the release of their highly anticipated fifth studio album, 'Blood Red'. In this lively and candid interview, the duo takes us on a journey through their musical career, sharing stories from their humble beginnings to unforgettable collaborations with music icons. Discover how Busby Marou's first album celebration differed from their latest release, thirteen years later, with Jeremy recounting a memorable night in 2010 when he and his uncle watched the sunrise on a remote beach in north Queensland after a few too many beers. Gain unique insights into the making of 'Blood Red', where the boys recorded in Airbnb's across the country, embracing a loose and collaborative process with friends and family. Hear hilarious tales of 3 am drunken vocal takes and late-night recording sessions that brought the album to life. The podcast delves into one of the band's standout experiences when they met and collaborated with Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish at his compound in Charleston, South Carolina. Sharing the humorous anecdote of how they initially thought it was a prank, the boys take you inside Darius' sports-crazy man-cave, an unforgettable setting for the spontaneous creation of a song that shaped the record in under an hour. That song is Track 9 on 'Blood Red' titled, Someone. Tom and Jeremy also talk about their ambitious 'Tiny Towns' Australian tour, where they ventured to play gigs in every country town across the vast Australian landscape. Learn why touring regionally has its unique challenges and rewards, as the duo reflects on the unwavering commitment and love they receive from their regional fans. As they gear up for the 'Blood Red' National tour starting in August, get a sneak peek of what's in store for audiences. With a full band, the tour promises a louder and grittier performance compared to their previous acoustic shows, and Jeremy shares his excitement to showcase his electric guitar skills on stage. Take a nostalgic trip down Memory Lane as Busby Marou reminisces about some of their most significant gigs throughout their career, including memorable moments at the Gympie Music Muster, Eatons Hills Hotel, and supporting legendary acts like James Blunt, Elton John, and The Beach Boys. Hear funny backstage stories with James Blunt, a hilarious mishap with Elton John, and the genuine respect they experienced from The Beach Boys. Finally, witness the duo's enthusiasm as they recall their "Career Highlight," a nerve-wracking yet exhilarating performance on stage with Midnight Oil at The Big Red Bash in 2019. Lastly, get ready to be entertained as Busby Marou engages in a fun game of 'Write, Party, Dinner' featuring Aerosmith, KISS, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Discover who they'd write a song with, party the night away, and invite over for an unforgettable dinner.

36:38

27 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Ian Moss Comments on Cold Chisel Reunion + Unveils His 8th Studio Album

Join host Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with the legendary Ian Moss to celebrate the highly-anticipated release of his 8th studio album, 'Rivers Run Dry'. In this episode, we dive into Mossy's musical journey, starting with his exciting collaboration with Troy Cassar-Daley on track 2 of the record, the mesmerizing 'Nullabor Plain'. Mossy shares fascinating insights into the creative process and the magic that transpired during this collaboration. Venturing into new territories, Mossy takes us behind the scenes of his experience working in the heart of country music, Nashville, Tennessee. Drawing an amusing comparison to speed dating, Mossy opens up about working with diverse and talented collaborators daily. With a five-year gap since his previous self-titled album release in 2018, Mossy reveals the inspirations and revelations that fueled the songwriting process behind 'Rivers Run Dry'. His words are sure to resonate with fans as they discover the stories and emotions embedded within each track. But the excitement doesn't stop there! Matty delves into the highly anticipated rumors of a Cold Chisel reunion, and Mossy's response is nothing short of electrifying. While nothing is locked in, Mossy teases that everyone's keen and fans can't help but roar with excitement at the prospect of a reunion. Mossy takes us on a sneak peek of the upcoming 'Rivers Run Dry' Tour, where he will be hitting the stage with his 7-piece-band for an unforgettable experience. Fans can expect an enthralling musical journey filled with timeless classics and new enchanting tracks. The album also holds a heartwarming moment where Mossy's son Julian showcases his musical talent with a heartfelt duet of Stevie Wonder's, 'Blame It On The Son'. Mossy reveals that the bond extends beyond the studio, as Julian will be joining him on tour to perform the duet live. Ever wondered what's on Mossy's backstage rider? The answer might surprise you, with Thai food being a vital show ritual that keeps the energy high and the spirits soaring. As a special treat, Matty takes Mossy on a trip down memory lane, reliving some iconic gigs with Midnight Oil, Bluestfest, and unforgettable shows with his bandmate, Jimmy Barnes. It's a nostalgic ride that leaves us with a renewed appreciation for Mossy's impact on Australian music.

HOMEGROWN: Ian Moss Comments on Cold Chisel Reunion + Unveils His 8th Studio Album

Join host Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with the legendary Ian Moss to celebrate the highly-anticipated release of his 8th studio album, 'Rivers Run Dry'. In this episode, we dive into Mossy's musical journey, starting with his exciting collaboration with Troy Cassar-Daley on track 2 of the record, the mesmerizing 'Nullabor Plain'. Mossy shares fascinating insights into the creative process and the magic that transpired during this collaboration. Venturing into new territories, Mossy takes us behind the scenes of his experience working in the heart of country music, Nashville, Tennessee. Drawing an amusing comparison to speed dating, Mossy opens up about working with diverse and talented collaborators daily. With a five-year gap since his previous self-titled album release in 2018, Mossy reveals the inspirations and revelations that fueled the songwriting process behind 'Rivers Run Dry'. His words are sure to resonate with fans as they discover the stories and emotions embedded within each track. But the excitement doesn't stop there! Matty delves into the highly anticipated rumors of a Cold Chisel reunion, and Mossy's response is nothing short of electrifying. While nothing is locked in, Mossy teases that everyone's keen and fans can't help but roar with excitement at the prospect of a reunion. Mossy takes us on a sneak peek of the upcoming 'Rivers Run Dry' Tour, where he will be hitting the stage with his 7-piece-band for an unforgettable experience. Fans can expect an enthralling musical journey filled with timeless classics and new enchanting tracks. The album also holds a heartwarming moment where Mossy's son Julian showcases his musical talent with a heartfelt duet of Stevie Wonder's, 'Blame It On The Son'. Mossy reveals that the bond extends beyond the studio, as Julian will be joining him on tour to perform the duet live. Ever wondered what's on Mossy's backstage rider? The answer might surprise you, with Thai food being a vital show ritual that keeps the energy high and the spirits soaring. As a special treat, Matty takes Mossy on a trip down memory lane, reliving some iconic gigs with Midnight Oil, Bluestfest, and unforgettable shows with his bandmate, Jimmy Barnes. It's a nostalgic ride that leaves us with a renewed appreciation for Mossy's impact on Australian music.

15:30

25 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: 10 Years of Holy Holy | A Tale of Chance Encounters, Nostalgic Gigs, and Dedicated Fans

Join Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy as they sit down with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown to commemorate a decade of incredible music and memories. From their chance encounter as English teachers in Thailand to their rise to worldwide success, this episode takes you on an unforgettable journey through the band's remarkable history. The conversation begins with the boys reminiscing about their time in Thailand, where they initially crossed paths but struggled to master the local language. Fast forward to the present day, and their journey has led them to heights they could have never imagined during those early days. Back in Australia, Tim shares a heartwarming memory of witnessing Oscar's previous band, 'Dukes of Windsor,' achieve their own success. Little did they know that their paths would converge again in Sweden, where Oscar found himself crashing on Tim's couch while working on a 'Dukes of Windsor' record in Berlin, Germany. With minimal production experience and basic equipment, Tim approached Oscar with some musical ideas. Being the production wiz he is, Oscar jumped in to help bring those ideas to life. The duo's chemistry was undeniable, and though they never intended to form a band, the magic they created together was undeniable. Their first song 'Impossible Like You,' released in 2013, exceeded all expectations, receiving national radio airplay and opening doors to countless gigs. This unforeseen success set them on a course that would change their lives forever. Tim and Oscar also share touching moments they've experienced with fans, from encountering devoted admirers with tattoos of their lyrics to fans claiming they gave birth to a non-stop playlist of Holy Holy music. Matty takes the duo on a nostalgic trip down Memory Lane, reliving some of their biggest shows to date. The recounting of their first major gig at the Palais Theatre brings laughter as they recall committing a rookie mistake of forgetting their equipment – a tale that has become part of their band's folklore. Going behind the scenes at Splendour in the Grass, Tim and Oscar recall their exhilarating experience performing at the festival, from braving the mud to camping on site and even playfully sharing a stolen bottle of Jamison from Oh Mercy. In a surprising twist, they share an amusing story of being mistaken for a David Bowie cover band due to their band name "Holy Holy." The episode concludes with delightful anecdotes of their encounters with music sensations Billie Eilish and Coolio at Groovin The Moo, solidifying their position in the music world as artists who have had the honor of sharing moments with music icons.

HOMEGROWN: 10 Years of Holy Holy | A Tale of Chance Encounters, Nostalgic Gigs, and Dedicated Fans

Join Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy as they sit down with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown to commemorate a decade of incredible music and memories. From their chance encounter as English teachers in Thailand to their rise to worldwide success, this episode takes you on an unforgettable journey through the band's remarkable history. The conversation begins with the boys reminiscing about their time in Thailand, where they initially crossed paths but struggled to master the local language. Fast forward to the present day, and their journey has led them to heights they could have never imagined during those early days. Back in Australia, Tim shares a heartwarming memory of witnessing Oscar's previous band, 'Dukes of Windsor,' achieve their own success. Little did they know that their paths would converge again in Sweden, where Oscar found himself crashing on Tim's couch while working on a 'Dukes of Windsor' record in Berlin, Germany. With minimal production experience and basic equipment, Tim approached Oscar with some musical ideas. Being the production wiz he is, Oscar jumped in to help bring those ideas to life. The duo's chemistry was undeniable, and though they never intended to form a band, the magic they created together was undeniable. Their first song 'Impossible Like You,' released in 2013, exceeded all expectations, receiving national radio airplay and opening doors to countless gigs. This unforeseen success set them on a course that would change their lives forever. Tim and Oscar also share touching moments they've experienced with fans, from encountering devoted admirers with tattoos of their lyrics to fans claiming they gave birth to a non-stop playlist of Holy Holy music. Matty takes the duo on a nostalgic trip down Memory Lane, reliving some of their biggest shows to date. The recounting of their first major gig at the Palais Theatre brings laughter as they recall committing a rookie mistake of forgetting their equipment – a tale that has become part of their band's folklore. Going behind the scenes at Splendour in the Grass, Tim and Oscar recall their exhilarating experience performing at the festival, from braving the mud to camping on site and even playfully sharing a stolen bottle of Jamison from Oh Mercy. In a surprising twist, they share an amusing story of being mistaken for a David Bowie cover band due to their band name "Holy Holy." The episode concludes with delightful anecdotes of their encounters with music sensations Billie Eilish and Coolio at Groovin The Moo, solidifying their position in the music world as artists who have had the honor of sharing moments with music icons.

28:23

20 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Danny Estrin of Voyager | Rising Above Challenges in the World of Metal Music

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown! In this episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Australian metal Eurovision sensations, Voyager, as they continue their quest for global domination. Fresh off their triumph in the 2nd semi-final at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in London, Voyager is now celebrating the release of their highly anticipated 8th studio album, Fearless in Love. Joining us in the studio is the charismatic frontman, Danny Estrin, known not only for his incredible vocal talents but also for his fabulous hair. Danny sits down with our music director, Dutchie, to delve into the captivating world of Voyager's music. With countless sub-genres, moods, and attitudes influencing their unique sound, millions of fans worldwide are craving more of their extraordinary music. During this exclusive interview, Danny shares the band's remarkable journey and the various challenges they've overcome while touring the world from their home base in Western Australia. Moreover, he delves into the intriguing topic of the health benefits of metal music, providing insight into the positive impact it can have on one's well-being. But that's not all! Get ready for an insider's perspective on the wild chaos of Eurovision as Danny sheds light on the behind-the-scenes moments of this exhilarating event. From the glitz and glamour to the intense competition, he reveals the inner workings of Eurovision that captivate audiences worldwide. If you're a fan of Voyager or simply curious about the metal music scene, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and join us as we uncover the secrets behind Voyager's rise to stardom, their latest album release, and their enthralling experiences at Eurovision. Get ready for an exhilarating discussion that will leave you craving more of Voyager's powerful and captivating music.

HOMEGROWN: Danny Estrin of Voyager | Rising Above Challenges in the World of Metal Music

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown! In this episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Australian metal Eurovision sensations, Voyager, as they continue their quest for global domination. Fresh off their triumph in the 2nd semi-final at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in London, Voyager is now celebrating the release of their highly anticipated 8th studio album, Fearless in Love. Joining us in the studio is the charismatic frontman, Danny Estrin, known not only for his incredible vocal talents but also for his fabulous hair. Danny sits down with our music director, Dutchie, to delve into the captivating world of Voyager's music. With countless sub-genres, moods, and attitudes influencing their unique sound, millions of fans worldwide are craving more of their extraordinary music. During this exclusive interview, Danny shares the band's remarkable journey and the various challenges they've overcome while touring the world from their home base in Western Australia. Moreover, he delves into the intriguing topic of the health benefits of metal music, providing insight into the positive impact it can have on one's well-being. But that's not all! Get ready for an insider's perspective on the wild chaos of Eurovision as Danny sheds light on the behind-the-scenes moments of this exhilarating event. From the glitz and glamour to the intense competition, he reveals the inner workings of Eurovision that captivate audiences worldwide. If you're a fan of Voyager or simply curious about the metal music scene, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and join us as we uncover the secrets behind Voyager's rise to stardom, their latest album release, and their enthralling experiences at Eurovision. Get ready for an exhilarating discussion that will leave you craving more of Voyager's powerful and captivating music.

23:41

19 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Kingswood's Epic Australian Tour | Unforgettable Moments, Lessons Learned, and Memorable Encounters

Matty O sits down with Fergus Linacre and Alex Laska of Kingswood on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive post-tour interview that's sure to blow your mind! Join us as we dive into the epic journey of their monumental 120-date tour of Australia. Fergus and Alex take us behind the scenes, offering a candid glimpse into the rollercoaster ride of a tour. Discover the invaluable lessons they learned from each other during this record-breaking run of shows. From onstage revelations to personal growth, these two rockers share their most memorable moments and heartwarming insights. Ever wondered what tunes were on heavy rotation during those long van rides? Prepare to be amazed as the guys spill the beans on the most played song that kept the tour van grooving. As if that's not enough, we dive into the pre-tour jitters and anticipation as Fergus and Alex revisit audio recordings, sharing the advice they gave to themselves before the very first show of the tour. It's a testament to their dedication and passion for their craft! Of course, we can't miss talking about the vital sustenance that kept Kingswood going strong throughout the tour. Tune in to hear about their best meal experiences on the road, from tasty hidden gems to culinary delights that fueled their performances. And hold on tight for the highlight of the episode! Fergus and Alex reminisce about an unforgettable night spent hanging out with none other than Chris Joannou from the legendary Silverchair. Brace yourself for wild stories and unexpected twists as they recount this once-in-a-lifetime encounter. Whether you're a die-hard Kingswood fan or simply fascinated by the rock 'n' roll lifestyle, this podcast promises to captivate your senses and leave you craving for more. Get ready to laugh, reminisce, and dive deep into the world of touring with these incredible musicians. Don't miss out on the exclusive insights and untold stories from Fergus Linacre and Alex Laska of Kingswood—tune in now to Triple M Homegrown and let the rock 'n' roll adventure begin!

HOMEGROWN: Kingswood's Epic Australian Tour | Unforgettable Moments, Lessons Learned, and Memorable Encounters

Matty O sits down with Fergus Linacre and Alex Laska of Kingswood on Triple M Homegrown for an exclusive post-tour interview that's sure to blow your mind! Join us as we dive into the epic journey of their monumental 120-date tour of Australia. Fergus and Alex take us behind the scenes, offering a candid glimpse into the rollercoaster ride of a tour. Discover the invaluable lessons they learned from each other during this record-breaking run of shows. From onstage revelations to personal growth, these two rockers share their most memorable moments and heartwarming insights. Ever wondered what tunes were on heavy rotation during those long van rides? Prepare to be amazed as the guys spill the beans on the most played song that kept the tour van grooving. As if that's not enough, we dive into the pre-tour jitters and anticipation as Fergus and Alex revisit audio recordings, sharing the advice they gave to themselves before the very first show of the tour. It's a testament to their dedication and passion for their craft! Of course, we can't miss talking about the vital sustenance that kept Kingswood going strong throughout the tour. Tune in to hear about their best meal experiences on the road, from tasty hidden gems to culinary delights that fueled their performances. And hold on tight for the highlight of the episode! Fergus and Alex reminisce about an unforgettable night spent hanging out with none other than Chris Joannou from the legendary Silverchair. Brace yourself for wild stories and unexpected twists as they recount this once-in-a-lifetime encounter. Whether you're a die-hard Kingswood fan or simply fascinated by the rock 'n' roll lifestyle, this podcast promises to captivate your senses and leave you craving for more. Get ready to laugh, reminisce, and dive deep into the world of touring with these incredible musicians. Don't miss out on the exclusive insights and untold stories from Fergus Linacre and Alex Laska of Kingswood—tune in now to Triple M Homegrown and let the rock 'n' roll adventure begin!

18:19

18 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: A Journey Through Australian Pub Rock History With Kevin Borich

Join our Music Director, Dutchie on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Kevin Borich, one of the most revered guitar players in the history of Australian rock. With an impressive CV that includes iconic bands like The La De Das, The Party Boys, and leading Kevin Borich Express, Kevin has been at the forefront of the legendary Aussie pub rock scene. In this episode, Kevin discusses his latest album, "Duets," featuring incredible collaborations with renowned artists such as Tim Rogers, Ella Hooper, Suze DeMarchi, Ian Moss, and special guest, Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, all the way from the U.S.A. Discover captivating stories as Kevin shares his experiences, from jamming on stage with Carlos Santana back in '77 to his recent musical journey alongside his own son. Hear how the legendary Jimi Hendrix has influenced Kevin's music and how he, in turn, has inspired others throughout his career. Don't miss out on this exclusive interview with Kevin Borich, as he opens up to Triple M's Homegrown. Tune in now and be inspired by the musical journey of a true rock icon!

HOMEGROWN: A Journey Through Australian Pub Rock History With Kevin Borich

Join our Music Director, Dutchie on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Kevin Borich, one of the most revered guitar players in the history of Australian rock. With an impressive CV that includes iconic bands like The La De Das, The Party Boys, and leading Kevin Borich Express, Kevin has been at the forefront of the legendary Aussie pub rock scene. In this episode, Kevin discusses his latest album, "Duets," featuring incredible collaborations with renowned artists such as Tim Rogers, Ella Hooper, Suze DeMarchi, Ian Moss, and special guest, Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, all the way from the U.S.A. Discover captivating stories as Kevin shares his experiences, from jamming on stage with Carlos Santana back in '77 to his recent musical journey alongside his own son. Hear how the legendary Jimi Hendrix has influenced Kevin's music and how he, in turn, has inspired others throughout his career. Don't miss out on this exclusive interview with Kevin Borich, as he opens up to Triple M's Homegrown. Tune in now and be inspired by the musical journey of a true rock icon!

27:10

16 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Sooshi Mango's Comedy Journey and Authenticity in Content Creation

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown, where we have a special treat for you today! LiSTNR's very own Sooshi Mango joins host Matty O in the studio, and things are about to get crazier than ever before. Freshly back from Dubai, the boys discuss the delightful transition from the Middle East's scorching heat to the humidity of a Melbourne winter. They share their immense enjoyment of their time in Dubai and emphasize the importance of seizing any opportunity to experience it for yourself. In this episode, we delve into Sooshi Mango's incredible journey of taking Italian-Australian comedy to international heights. Together, we take a trip down memory lane, exploring their expansive catalogue and pinpointing the pivotal moment when it all began back in 2015. Prepare yourself for valuable advice from Sooshi Mango as they offer insights to upcoming content creators. They emphasize the significance of persistence, urging creators to embrace their authentic selves, even if they initially doubt their abilities. According to Sooshi Mango, staying true to your unique style is crucial in this creative landscape. Join us as we uncover the evolution of Sooshi Mango's iconic characters over the years. They reveal the continuous process of adding layers to their comedic genius, ensuring that their humor remains fresh, engaging, and unforgettable. From humble online videos to captivating stage performances, the boys reveal the intricate process of bringing their beloved characters to life on a grand scale. With an extensive writing process spanning over 10 months, they shed light on the dedication and craftsmanship behind their first live show. Prepare to be amazed as Sooshi Mango recounts their remarkable achievements of selling out arenas. They lift the curtain on the exorbitant costs involved in creating a spectacular production, where even the smallest pyrotechnic display sets them back an astounding $10,000. Despite the challenges, Sooshi Mango expresses their heartfelt appreciation for their loyal fanbase, who have supported them unwaveringly throughout their journey. Ever wondered how 'Johnny, Vince & Sams Vino: Sooshi Mango Dolce Moscato' came into existence? Find out as Sooshi Mango shares the behind-the-scenes story of their delectable wine venture. And that's not all! Matty O surprises Sooshi Mango with messages from club members on the 'Homegrown Answering Machine,' adding an extra layer of fun to this incredible episode. Lastly, get ready to be amazed as we discuss the extraordinary juggling act Sooshi Mango performs, managing a myriad of projects simultaneously. From hilarious videos and live shows to podcasts, a thriving wine company, a restaurant, television shows, movies, and so much more, these talented individuals truly do it all.

HOMEGROWN: Sooshi Mango's Comedy Journey and Authenticity in Content Creation

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown, where we have a special treat for you today! LiSTNR's very own Sooshi Mango joins host Matty O in the studio, and things are about to get crazier than ever before. Freshly back from Dubai, the boys discuss the delightful transition from the Middle East's scorching heat to the humidity of a Melbourne winter. They share their immense enjoyment of their time in Dubai and emphasize the importance of seizing any opportunity to experience it for yourself. In this episode, we delve into Sooshi Mango's incredible journey of taking Italian-Australian comedy to international heights. Together, we take a trip down memory lane, exploring their expansive catalogue and pinpointing the pivotal moment when it all began back in 2015. Prepare yourself for valuable advice from Sooshi Mango as they offer insights to upcoming content creators. They emphasize the significance of persistence, urging creators to embrace their authentic selves, even if they initially doubt their abilities. According to Sooshi Mango, staying true to your unique style is crucial in this creative landscape. Join us as we uncover the evolution of Sooshi Mango's iconic characters over the years. They reveal the continuous process of adding layers to their comedic genius, ensuring that their humor remains fresh, engaging, and unforgettable. From humble online videos to captivating stage performances, the boys reveal the intricate process of bringing their beloved characters to life on a grand scale. With an extensive writing process spanning over 10 months, they shed light on the dedication and craftsmanship behind their first live show. Prepare to be amazed as Sooshi Mango recounts their remarkable achievements of selling out arenas. They lift the curtain on the exorbitant costs involved in creating a spectacular production, where even the smallest pyrotechnic display sets them back an astounding $10,000. Despite the challenges, Sooshi Mango expresses their heartfelt appreciation for their loyal fanbase, who have supported them unwaveringly throughout their journey. Ever wondered how 'Johnny, Vince & Sams Vino: Sooshi Mango Dolce Moscato' came into existence? Find out as Sooshi Mango shares the behind-the-scenes story of their delectable wine venture. And that's not all! Matty O surprises Sooshi Mango with messages from club members on the 'Homegrown Answering Machine,' adding an extra layer of fun to this incredible episode. Lastly, get ready to be amazed as we discuss the extraordinary juggling act Sooshi Mango performs, managing a myriad of projects simultaneously. From hilarious videos and live shows to podcasts, a thriving wine company, a restaurant, television shows, movies, and so much more, these talented individuals truly do it all.

34:43

15 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Go-Jo Talks Viral Hits, Content Creation, and International Success

Join host Matty O as he sits down with emerging Australian singer-songwriter, GO-JO, on Triple M Homegrown. Fresh off the 4th of July celebrations in LA, GO-JO brings his incredible talent and massive international following to the show. With an impressive 700 million views and counting, GO-JO has captured the hearts of music lovers worldwide. In this episode, we dive into his viral hit 'Mrs. Hollywood' and explore how content creation has played a pivotal role in his meteoric rise to stardom. But it's not all about fame and fortune. We delve into the topic of mental health and how GO-JO manages to stay level-headed amidst his tremendous success. His insights and experiences shed light on the importance of self-care in the fast-paced music industry. As an exciting homecoming approaches, GO-JO reveals his plans for playing his first run of festivals in Australia. Discover what lies ahead for this talented artist as he prepares to grace stages across the country with his captivating performances. And that's not all - GO-JO shares his incredible experience supporting the beloved friend of the show, Tash Sultana, on their international tour. Gain valuable insights into the world of touring and the unforgettable moments that come with it. Don't miss this captivating episode filled with fascinating stories and valuable lessons from GO-JO, the rising star who is taking the music scene by storm.

HOMEGROWN: Go-Jo Talks Viral Hits, Content Creation, and International Success

Join host Matty O as he sits down with emerging Australian singer-songwriter, GO-JO, on Triple M Homegrown. Fresh off the 4th of July celebrations in LA, GO-JO brings his incredible talent and massive international following to the show. With an impressive 700 million views and counting, GO-JO has captured the hearts of music lovers worldwide. In this episode, we dive into his viral hit 'Mrs. Hollywood' and explore how content creation has played a pivotal role in his meteoric rise to stardom. But it's not all about fame and fortune. We delve into the topic of mental health and how GO-JO manages to stay level-headed amidst his tremendous success. His insights and experiences shed light on the importance of self-care in the fast-paced music industry. As an exciting homecoming approaches, GO-JO reveals his plans for playing his first run of festivals in Australia. Discover what lies ahead for this talented artist as he prepares to grace stages across the country with his captivating performances. And that's not all - GO-JO shares his incredible experience supporting the beloved friend of the show, Tash Sultana, on their international tour. Gain valuable insights into the world of touring and the unforgettable moments that come with it. Don't miss this captivating episode filled with fascinating stories and valuable lessons from GO-JO, the rising star who is taking the music scene by storm.

16:15

12 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: NAIDOC Week Special | Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Indigenous Music

Welcome to our special NAIDOC Week celebration on Triple Homegrown! Join us as we honor the extraordinary Indigenous artists who have not only shaped our music but have also influenced some of our most iconic albums. Prepare to be amazed by the rising generation of Indigenous artists who are conquering the world, captivating audiences with their unique stories and captivating live performances. In this special episode, we have the privilege of hearing from a stellar lineup including King Stingray, Busby Marou, Peter Garrett, Shane Howard, Chasing Ghosts, Dan Sultan, and Scott Darlow. Throughout the show, we've curated an incredible playlist featuring songs that showcase the rich tapestry of Indigenous music. From Yothu Yindi's original version of "Treaty" to King Stingray's tracks like "Down Under" and "Lookin' Out," each song embodies the spirit and diversity of Indigenous artistry. Get ready to experience the powerful sounds of Midnight Oil with "Beds are Burning" and "The Dead Heart," as well as the emotional resonance of Dan Sultan's "Took the Children Away" and Shane Howard's acoustic rendition of "Solid Rock." Scott Darlow will captivate you with "Deadly Heart" and "Forgotten Australia," while Busby Marou's "Where I Wanna Be" and "Conversation" will transport you to new musical landscapes. We'll also take you on a journey through time with classic tracks like Icehouse's "Great Southern Land" reimagined by Byrralku Dhanguda, as well as Warumpi Band's legendary "Blackfella/Whitefella." Chasing Ghosts will soothe your soul with the unplugged version of "Summer," while Kev Carmody's "From Little Things Big Things Grow" and Dan Sultan's "Won't Give You That" and "Kimberley Calling" will leave a lasting impression. To top it all off, we have a special collaboration between Budjerah, WILSN, and the timeless hit "Better Be Home Soon." This NAIDOC Week special on Triple Homegrown is a celebration of Indigenous talent that will leave you inspired and in awe of the rich musical heritage of Australia. Tune in now and join us in paying homage to these remarkable artists who have shaped the course of our music scene and continue to make waves on a global scale. Experience the power, passion, and indelible spirit of Indigenous music in this unforgettable episode of Triple Homegrown.

HOMEGROWN: NAIDOC Week Special | Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Indigenous Music

Welcome to our special NAIDOC Week celebration on Triple Homegrown! Join us as we honor the extraordinary Indigenous artists who have not only shaped our music but have also influenced some of our most iconic albums. Prepare to be amazed by the rising generation of Indigenous artists who are conquering the world, captivating audiences with their unique stories and captivating live performances. In this special episode, we have the privilege of hearing from a stellar lineup including King Stingray, Busby Marou, Peter Garrett, Shane Howard, Chasing Ghosts, Dan Sultan, and Scott Darlow. Throughout the show, we've curated an incredible playlist featuring songs that showcase the rich tapestry of Indigenous music. From Yothu Yindi's original version of "Treaty" to King Stingray's tracks like "Down Under" and "Lookin' Out," each song embodies the spirit and diversity of Indigenous artistry. Get ready to experience the powerful sounds of Midnight Oil with "Beds are Burning" and "The Dead Heart," as well as the emotional resonance of Dan Sultan's "Took the Children Away" and Shane Howard's acoustic rendition of "Solid Rock." Scott Darlow will captivate you with "Deadly Heart" and "Forgotten Australia," while Busby Marou's "Where I Wanna Be" and "Conversation" will transport you to new musical landscapes. We'll also take you on a journey through time with classic tracks like Icehouse's "Great Southern Land" reimagined by Byrralku Dhanguda, as well as Warumpi Band's legendary "Blackfella/Whitefella." Chasing Ghosts will soothe your soul with the unplugged version of "Summer," while Kev Carmody's "From Little Things Big Things Grow" and Dan Sultan's "Won't Give You That" and "Kimberley Calling" will leave a lasting impression. To top it all off, we have a special collaboration between Budjerah, WILSN, and the timeless hit "Better Be Home Soon." This NAIDOC Week special on Triple Homegrown is a celebration of Indigenous talent that will leave you inspired and in awe of the rich musical heritage of Australia. Tune in now and join us in paying homage to these remarkable artists who have shaped the course of our music scene and continue to make waves on a global scale. Experience the power, passion, and indelible spirit of Indigenous music in this unforgettable episode of Triple Homegrown.

28:43

10 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Exploring King Stingray's Rise With Roy Kellaway | FULL INTERVIEW

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown with your hosts Matty O and Dutchie! In this episode, we are joined by the talented Roy Kellaway from King Stingray. Get ready for an exciting conversation as Roy takes us on a journey through the band's recent adventures. Firstly, Roy shares the band's latest updates and highlights their strong bond, mentioning how Yimila Gurruwiwi and Dimathaya Burarrwanga's kids recently joined them on stage at the Enmore Theatre. This close-knit connection within the band adds a unique element to their performances. As the son of Yothu Yindi bass player Stuart Kellaway, Roy reminisces about his early memories of touring with a band as a child. These experiences have undoubtedly shaped his musical journey with King Stingray. King Stingray is on the rise, and Roy reveals some incredible moments that made them pinch themselves with excitement. Meeting legends like Jimmy Barnes at the APRA Awards, Paddy Mills at SXSW, and spending time backstage with Midnight Oil are just a few of the memorable encounters they've had along the way. Being a band that proudly represents the distinct Aussie sound, Roy shares insights on how international audiences have responded to their music while on tour. He also sheds light on the band's creative process when they're away from home, giving listeners an inside look into their songwriting approach. Growing up in remote Australia, Roy provides a glimpse into what it's like sharing their experiences with friends from their hometown. The connection to their roots plays a significant role in King Stingray's music and identity. In a game of Memory Lane, Roy takes us back to some of King Stingray's past gigs, sharing his memories and highlighting the influence of The Chats on their electrifying live performances. The rawness and grit of The Chats have inspired King Stingray to deliver powerful shows. The conversation delves into the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on King Stingray's trajectory. Roy reflects on how the band has thrived in these challenging times, building resilience and overcoming numerous hurdles. Roy expresses his admiration for "Australia's sweethearts," Ball Park Music, and their lead singer, Sam Cromack, who has been an incredible source of support for King Stingray. Whether it's navigating the music scene or providing feedback on demos, the band has found valuable guidance from this influential figure. Roy recalls an unforgettable experience of performing in an extremely muddy tent at Splendour In The Grass, entertaining a packed audience despite the challenging conditions. Additionally, Roy shares what it was like to perform with Colin Hay at the APRA Awards, giving us an exclusive peek into the behind-the-scenes moments during rehearsals. As NAIDOC week is celebrated, the discussion touches on the current state of indigenous music and highlights the emergence of talented First Nations artists who are making waves in the industry. Finally, we wrap up with an exciting game of Write, Party, Dinner, featuring legendary acts Powderfinger, Queen, and The Rolling Stones. Who will King Stingray choose to collaborate with, party alongside, and invite for an intimate dinner? Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for an engaging conversation with Roy Kellaway of King Stingray, packed with stories, insights, and memorable moments from their musical journey. Don't miss this captivating episode celebrating Australian music and indigenous talent during NAIDOC week.

HOMEGROWN: Exploring King Stingray's Rise With Roy Kellaway | FULL INTERVIEW

Welcome to Triple M Homegrown with your hosts Matty O and Dutchie! In this episode, we are joined by the talented Roy Kellaway from King Stingray. Get ready for an exciting conversation as Roy takes us on a journey through the band's recent adventures. Firstly, Roy shares the band's latest updates and highlights their strong bond, mentioning how Yimila Gurruwiwi and Dimathaya Burarrwanga's kids recently joined them on stage at the Enmore Theatre. This close-knit connection within the band adds a unique element to their performances. As the son of Yothu Yindi bass player Stuart Kellaway, Roy reminisces about his early memories of touring with a band as a child. These experiences have undoubtedly shaped his musical journey with King Stingray. King Stingray is on the rise, and Roy reveals some incredible moments that made them pinch themselves with excitement. Meeting legends like Jimmy Barnes at the APRA Awards, Paddy Mills at SXSW, and spending time backstage with Midnight Oil are just a few of the memorable encounters they've had along the way. Being a band that proudly represents the distinct Aussie sound, Roy shares insights on how international audiences have responded to their music while on tour. He also sheds light on the band's creative process when they're away from home, giving listeners an inside look into their songwriting approach. Growing up in remote Australia, Roy provides a glimpse into what it's like sharing their experiences with friends from their hometown. The connection to their roots plays a significant role in King Stingray's music and identity. In a game of Memory Lane, Roy takes us back to some of King Stingray's past gigs, sharing his memories and highlighting the influence of The Chats on their electrifying live performances. The rawness and grit of The Chats have inspired King Stingray to deliver powerful shows. The conversation delves into the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on King Stingray's trajectory. Roy reflects on how the band has thrived in these challenging times, building resilience and overcoming numerous hurdles. Roy expresses his admiration for "Australia's sweethearts," Ball Park Music, and their lead singer, Sam Cromack, who has been an incredible source of support for King Stingray. Whether it's navigating the music scene or providing feedback on demos, the band has found valuable guidance from this influential figure. Roy recalls an unforgettable experience of performing in an extremely muddy tent at Splendour In The Grass, entertaining a packed audience despite the challenging conditions. Additionally, Roy shares what it was like to perform with Colin Hay at the APRA Awards, giving us an exclusive peek into the behind-the-scenes moments during rehearsals. As NAIDOC week is celebrated, the discussion touches on the current state of indigenous music and highlights the emergence of talented First Nations artists who are making waves in the industry. Finally, we wrap up with an exciting game of Write, Party, Dinner, featuring legendary acts Powderfinger, Queen, and The Rolling Stones. Who will King Stingray choose to collaborate with, party alongside, and invite for an intimate dinner? Tune in to Triple M Homegrown for an engaging conversation with Roy Kellaway of King Stingray, packed with stories, insights, and memorable moments from their musical journey. Don't miss this captivating episode celebrating Australian music and indigenous talent during NAIDOC week.

33:37

6 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: The Double Agents | The Secrets of Melbourne's Prolific Rock Scene with Dave Butterworth

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Dave Butterworth, the talented musician and frontman of The Double Agents. In this captivating episode, Dave shares the story behind his remarkable career and the exciting journey of reviving his band, The Double Agents, which has been both thrilling and deeply emotional. From their humble beginnings in Melbourne, The Double Agents quickly rose to become one of the city's most prominent bands, captivating audiences across Europe with their electrifying performances. Dave's extensive experience in Community Radio has provided him with a unique perspective on the thriving Melbourne Rock scene, which has evolved into one of the most prolific and vibrant music scenes in the world. Delve into the fascinating world of Dave Butterworth and The Double Agents. Discover the triumphs, challenges, and heartfelt moments that have shaped Dave's career and the band's journey. This episode promises to be a captivating exploration of music, passion, and the indomitable spirit of the Melbourne Rock scene.

HOMEGROWN: The Double Agents | The Secrets of Melbourne's Prolific Rock Scene with Dave Butterworth

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Dave Butterworth, the talented musician and frontman of The Double Agents. In this captivating episode, Dave shares the story behind his remarkable career and the exciting journey of reviving his band, The Double Agents, which has been both thrilling and deeply emotional. From their humble beginnings in Melbourne, The Double Agents quickly rose to become one of the city's most prominent bands, captivating audiences across Europe with their electrifying performances. Dave's extensive experience in Community Radio has provided him with a unique perspective on the thriving Melbourne Rock scene, which has evolved into one of the most prolific and vibrant music scenes in the world. Delve into the fascinating world of Dave Butterworth and The Double Agents. Discover the triumphs, challenges, and heartfelt moments that have shaped Dave's career and the band's journey. This episode promises to be a captivating exploration of music, passion, and the indomitable spirit of the Melbourne Rock scene.

25:55

5 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Katy Steele On Balancing Music, Motherhood + New Album 'Big Star' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Katy Steele of Little Birdy for an exclusive interview. Celebrating the release of her highly anticipated solo album 'Big Star', Katy takes us on a captivating journey through the making of the album during the lockdown, showcasing her knack for DIY production and fearless experimentation with innovative musical equipment. In this episode, Katy shares her refreshing perspective on the creative process, emphasizing the value of quality over quantity and the importance of dedicating ample time to perfecting her craft. As a working mother, she also opens up about the challenges of balancing her music career with motherhood, offering insights into how she navigates these dual roles with grace. Reflecting on the evolution of the music industry, Katy delves into the transformative changes she has witnessed since the inception of Little Birdy in 2002. Her profound observations shed light on the shifting dynamics and emerging opportunities for artists in the digital age. Excitement fills the air as Katy reveals exclusive details about her upcoming national tour. Enthusiastic to reconnect with her loyal fanbase, she provides a sneak peek into what attendees can expect from her live performances. With a four-piece band, including her talented husband Graham McLuskie, who also produced/engineered the remarkable 'Big Star' album, Katy promises an unforgettable musical experience that transcends expectations. More info on Katy's tour at katysteele.com/

HOMEGROWN: Katy Steele On Balancing Music, Motherhood + New Album 'Big Star' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Katy Steele of Little Birdy for an exclusive interview. Celebrating the release of her highly anticipated solo album 'Big Star', Katy takes us on a captivating journey through the making of the album during the lockdown, showcasing her knack for DIY production and fearless experimentation with innovative musical equipment. In this episode, Katy shares her refreshing perspective on the creative process, emphasizing the value of quality over quantity and the importance of dedicating ample time to perfecting her craft. As a working mother, she also opens up about the challenges of balancing her music career with motherhood, offering insights into how she navigates these dual roles with grace. Reflecting on the evolution of the music industry, Katy delves into the transformative changes she has witnessed since the inception of Little Birdy in 2002. Her profound observations shed light on the shifting dynamics and emerging opportunities for artists in the digital age. Excitement fills the air as Katy reveals exclusive details about her upcoming national tour. Enthusiastic to reconnect with her loyal fanbase, she provides a sneak peek into what attendees can expect from her live performances. With a four-piece band, including her talented husband Graham McLuskie, who also produced/engineered the remarkable 'Big Star' album, Katy promises an unforgettable musical experience that transcends expectations. More info on Katy's tour at katysteele.com/

17:47

1 Jul 23

HOMEGROWN: Bad//Dreems Talk New Album 'Hoo Ha', Collaborating With Midnight Oil + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes frontman Ben Marwe of Bad//Dreems for an exclusive interview celebrating the highly-anticipated release of their new album 'Hoo Ha'. With their immense popularity among Australian music lovers, Ben shares insights into their latest record and their exciting journey as a band. Delve into the secrets behind the scenes of 'Hoo Ha' as Ben discusses their collaboration with the acclaimed producer, Dan Luscombe. Having spent 11 years shaping their discography, Bad//Dreems has truly crafted their most exceptional work to date, and Ben provides a glimpse into the creative process that led to this achievement. During the conversation, Ben gives a special shout-out to "ol' pack horse" Jack Parsons, a beloved friend of the show, while shedding light on the challenges of grueling regional touring. His admiration for Bad//Dreems' dedicated Aussie fanbase shines through, showcasing the band's deep connection with their audience. Prepare for a nostalgic journey as Matty O and Ben play 'Memory Land' and reminisce about past tours and memorable collaborations with iconic Australian acts such as Midnight Oil, The Chats, and legendary super producer Mark Opitz. Gain exclusive insights into the stories that shaped Bad//Dreems' musical career. More from Bad//Dreems at baddreems.com/

HOMEGROWN: Bad//Dreems Talk New Album 'Hoo Ha', Collaborating With Midnight Oil + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes frontman Ben Marwe of Bad//Dreems for an exclusive interview celebrating the highly-anticipated release of their new album 'Hoo Ha'. With their immense popularity among Australian music lovers, Ben shares insights into their latest record and their exciting journey as a band. Delve into the secrets behind the scenes of 'Hoo Ha' as Ben discusses their collaboration with the acclaimed producer, Dan Luscombe. Having spent 11 years shaping their discography, Bad//Dreems has truly crafted their most exceptional work to date, and Ben provides a glimpse into the creative process that led to this achievement. During the conversation, Ben gives a special shout-out to "ol' pack horse" Jack Parsons, a beloved friend of the show, while shedding light on the challenges of grueling regional touring. His admiration for Bad//Dreems' dedicated Aussie fanbase shines through, showcasing the band's deep connection with their audience. Prepare for a nostalgic journey as Matty O and Ben play 'Memory Land' and reminisce about past tours and memorable collaborations with iconic Australian acts such as Midnight Oil, The Chats, and legendary super producer Mark Opitz. Gain exclusive insights into the stories that shaped Bad//Dreems' musical career. More from Bad//Dreems at baddreems.com/

25:12

29 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: Inside the Mind of Gabriella Cohen | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Gabriella Cohen, one of Australia's most exciting emerging artists. In this episode, Gabrielle Cohen takes us on a journey through her musical career, shedding light on her unique writing process that spans across multiple genres. Starting her artistic endeavors at the tender age of 6, Cohen shares the essence of her solo writing, while expressing her enthusiasm for collaboration and the expansion of her skillset. With 7 years following her debut release 'Full Closure and No Details,' and a further 5 years since the mesmerizing 'Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love,' we delve into the whirlwind journey with Cohen. Surprisingly, she reveals that 'Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love' nearly didn't come to fruition, recounting the vibrant experience of completing the record while on tour in the USA. Looking ahead, Cohen spills the beans on her upcoming single titled 'I Just Want To Dance.' This catchy tune reflects the essence of attending a lackluster party where "everyone is just too cool." It's a sneak peek into what's in store from this talented artist. Additionally, we explore listening habits, discovering her current focus on experimenting with singles rather than full album production. This new direction allows her to hone her craft while bringing fresh and exciting music to her devoted fans. Discover the creative process behind her latest record, 'Dream Women,' and get a glimpse into the captivating world of one of Australia's rising stars.

HOMEGROWN: Inside the Mind of Gabriella Cohen | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Gabriella Cohen, one of Australia's most exciting emerging artists. In this episode, Gabrielle Cohen takes us on a journey through her musical career, shedding light on her unique writing process that spans across multiple genres. Starting her artistic endeavors at the tender age of 6, Cohen shares the essence of her solo writing, while expressing her enthusiasm for collaboration and the expansion of her skillset. With 7 years following her debut release 'Full Closure and No Details,' and a further 5 years since the mesmerizing 'Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love,' we delve into the whirlwind journey with Cohen. Surprisingly, she reveals that 'Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love' nearly didn't come to fruition, recounting the vibrant experience of completing the record while on tour in the USA. Looking ahead, Cohen spills the beans on her upcoming single titled 'I Just Want To Dance.' This catchy tune reflects the essence of attending a lackluster party where "everyone is just too cool." It's a sneak peek into what's in store from this talented artist. Additionally, we explore listening habits, discovering her current focus on experimenting with singles rather than full album production. This new direction allows her to hone her craft while bringing fresh and exciting music to her devoted fans. Discover the creative process behind her latest record, 'Dream Women,' and get a glimpse into the captivating world of one of Australia's rising stars.

17:28

25 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: The Teskey Brothers Talk European Stardom & Supporting Bruce Springsteen

Join Matty O as he sits down with Josh Teskey of The Teskey Brothers for an exclusive interview on Triple M Homegrown. In this episode, they delve into the band's new album, 'The Winding Way', while exploring their remarkable journey of international success and the family values that underpin their music. With sold-out shows across Europe, captivating audiences of over 6,000 every night, The Teskey Brothers share their 'Work Hard, Play Hard' philosophy that has propelled them to new heights. As an Australian band, they reflect on their gratitude for the overseas recognition they've achieved, shedding light on the unique experience of representing their country on a global stage. Discover the creative process behind 'The Winding Way' as Josh provides fascinating insights into the band's evolving approach to writing and recording. With Sam Teskey taking a more hands-off role in production, this album showcases his exceptional musicianship in full bloom. Josh also shares the heartwarming story of the band's family-oriented recording sessions, where the studio became a playground for their children. These cherished memories became an integral part of their journey, shaping their perspective on life and music as they toured with their loved ones by their side. Recorded during the release week in Bristol, just before The Teskey Brothers embarked on their unforgettable performance at Glastonbury, this episode also offers an exclusive glimpse into their experiences supporting the legendary Bruce Springsteen. And don't miss the exciting segment where they create their Ultimate Australian Rider, revealing their preferences for Vegemite, VB's, INXS Live Albums, and Meat pies.

HOMEGROWN: The Teskey Brothers Talk European Stardom & Supporting Bruce Springsteen

Join Matty O as he sits down with Josh Teskey of The Teskey Brothers for an exclusive interview on Triple M Homegrown. In this episode, they delve into the band's new album, 'The Winding Way', while exploring their remarkable journey of international success and the family values that underpin their music. With sold-out shows across Europe, captivating audiences of over 6,000 every night, The Teskey Brothers share their 'Work Hard, Play Hard' philosophy that has propelled them to new heights. As an Australian band, they reflect on their gratitude for the overseas recognition they've achieved, shedding light on the unique experience of representing their country on a global stage. Discover the creative process behind 'The Winding Way' as Josh provides fascinating insights into the band's evolving approach to writing and recording. With Sam Teskey taking a more hands-off role in production, this album showcases his exceptional musicianship in full bloom. Josh also shares the heartwarming story of the band's family-oriented recording sessions, where the studio became a playground for their children. These cherished memories became an integral part of their journey, shaping their perspective on life and music as they toured with their loved ones by their side. Recorded during the release week in Bristol, just before The Teskey Brothers embarked on their unforgettable performance at Glastonbury, this episode also offers an exclusive glimpse into their experiences supporting the legendary Bruce Springsteen. And don't miss the exciting segment where they create their Ultimate Australian Rider, revealing their preferences for Vegemite, VB's, INXS Live Albums, and Meat pies.

19:56

20 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: Sarah McLeod's 'One Electric Lady' Tour, Piano Magic, and Innovative Guitar/Bass Invention

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Sarah McLeod, the talented musician and lead vocalist of The Superjesus. In this exciting episode, Sarah discusses her upcoming 'One Electric Lady' national tour. Sarah's previous tour saw her captivating fans with two sets, and this time around, she's taking it up a notch with a remarkable twist. Stepping out of her comfort zone, Sarah incorporates a significant amount of piano into her performances, with only one acoustic guitar track. The piano has become Sarah's newfound passion, fueling her creativity and resulting in some of her most inspired songwriting to date. During the podcast, Sarah also reveals her ingenious invention of a handmade Guitar/Bass combo instrument, showcasing her innovative spirit and dedication to pushing musical boundaries. Additionally, Sarah shares the overwhelming response that The Superjesus received for their latest release, 'Money.' This is a captivating conversation that delves into Sarah's musical journey, her current projects, and the incredible energy she brings to the stage. We also hear about another upcomng tour where she will be joining forces with You Am I to pay tribute to The Who's iconic 'Tommy' Album.

HOMEGROWN: Sarah McLeod's 'One Electric Lady' Tour, Piano Magic, and Innovative Guitar/Bass Invention

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Sarah McLeod, the talented musician and lead vocalist of The Superjesus. In this exciting episode, Sarah discusses her upcoming 'One Electric Lady' national tour. Sarah's previous tour saw her captivating fans with two sets, and this time around, she's taking it up a notch with a remarkable twist. Stepping out of her comfort zone, Sarah incorporates a significant amount of piano into her performances, with only one acoustic guitar track. The piano has become Sarah's newfound passion, fueling her creativity and resulting in some of her most inspired songwriting to date. During the podcast, Sarah also reveals her ingenious invention of a handmade Guitar/Bass combo instrument, showcasing her innovative spirit and dedication to pushing musical boundaries. Additionally, Sarah shares the overwhelming response that The Superjesus received for their latest release, 'Money.' This is a captivating conversation that delves into Sarah's musical journey, her current projects, and the incredible energy she brings to the stage. We also hear about another upcomng tour where she will be joining forces with You Am I to pay tribute to The Who's iconic 'Tommy' Album.

10:55

16 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: Unveiling the Untold Stories of Australian Music With Russell Thomas | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Australian music legend, Russell Thomas, for an unforgettable conversation. With a career spanning various roles such as management and publicity, Russell has left an indelible mark on the music scene. Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through time, reminiscing about the iconic songs that Russell helped break on radio. From the timeless tunes of John Farnham to the energetic rock of Australian Crawl, and the soulful melodies of John Butler, Russell Thomas has had a hand in shaping the careers of some of Australia's most beloved artists. With an abundance of stories and experiences from his travels around the world, Russell's wealth of knowledge and insights provide a unique perspective on the music industry. Tune in as we delve into the fascinating tales behind the scenes, shining a light on the challenges and triumphs encountered along the way. If you're a fan of Australian music or simply curious about the inner workings of the industry, this episode is a must-listen. Gain exclusive access to the man who has seen it all, as Russell Thomas shares his remarkable journey filled with incredible moments and unforgettable achievements. More info on what Russell does best, below. https://kaosman.com.au/about/

HOMEGROWN: Unveiling the Untold Stories of Australian Music With Russell Thomas | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Australian music legend, Russell Thomas, for an unforgettable conversation. With a career spanning various roles such as management and publicity, Russell has left an indelible mark on the music scene. Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through time, reminiscing about the iconic songs that Russell helped break on radio. From the timeless tunes of John Farnham to the energetic rock of Australian Crawl, and the soulful melodies of John Butler, Russell Thomas has had a hand in shaping the careers of some of Australia's most beloved artists. With an abundance of stories and experiences from his travels around the world, Russell's wealth of knowledge and insights provide a unique perspective on the music industry. Tune in as we delve into the fascinating tales behind the scenes, shining a light on the challenges and triumphs encountered along the way. If you're a fan of Australian music or simply curious about the inner workings of the industry, this episode is a must-listen. Gain exclusive access to the man who has seen it all, as Russell Thomas shares his remarkable journey filled with incredible moments and unforgettable achievements. More info on what Russell does best, below. https://kaosman.com.au/about/

26:35

15 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: Scott Darlow Talks FREE Australian Tour, New Album 'Deadly Heart' + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes the incredibly talented Yorta Yorta singer/songwriter, Scott Darlow, for an exciting episode filled with thrilling news. Prepare to be captivated as Darlow unveils his highly anticipated album, 'Deadly Heart,' marking his return after an impressive seven-year hiatus. With 11 tracks that promise to leave you spellbound, this album is set to hit the shelves on October 27. But that's not all—Darlow's announcement is accompanied by an extraordinary Australian tour, featuring predominantly free shows! Brace yourself for the national 'Deadly Heart' regional tour, commencing on July 1 at The Espy in Melbourne and spanning across the entire country, culminating in a grand finale at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on October 28. During the podcast, Darlow provides invaluable insights into his collaboration with Joel Quartermain of Eskimo Joe, shedding light on the profound influence Quartermain has had on the creation of this remarkable record. As a gifted storyteller, Darlow emphasizes the significance of preserving and passing on indigenous culture to the next generation, highlighting the importance of education. Moreover, Darlow shares captivating anecdotes about the late and beloved Michael Gudinski, recounting memorable experiences performing in front of passionate Geelong Cats supporters, and his involvement in the Treaty Festival—a momentous celebration of our country's finest Indigenous Artists.

HOMEGROWN: Scott Darlow Talks FREE Australian Tour, New Album 'Deadly Heart' + MORE

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes the incredibly talented Yorta Yorta singer/songwriter, Scott Darlow, for an exciting episode filled with thrilling news. Prepare to be captivated as Darlow unveils his highly anticipated album, 'Deadly Heart,' marking his return after an impressive seven-year hiatus. With 11 tracks that promise to leave you spellbound, this album is set to hit the shelves on October 27. But that's not all—Darlow's announcement is accompanied by an extraordinary Australian tour, featuring predominantly free shows! Brace yourself for the national 'Deadly Heart' regional tour, commencing on July 1 at The Espy in Melbourne and spanning across the entire country, culminating in a grand finale at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on October 28. During the podcast, Darlow provides invaluable insights into his collaboration with Joel Quartermain of Eskimo Joe, shedding light on the profound influence Quartermain has had on the creation of this remarkable record. As a gifted storyteller, Darlow emphasizes the significance of preserving and passing on indigenous culture to the next generation, highlighting the importance of education. Moreover, Darlow shares captivating anecdotes about the late and beloved Michael Gudinski, recounting memorable experiences performing in front of passionate Geelong Cats supporters, and his involvement in the Treaty Festival—a momentous celebration of our country's finest Indigenous Artists.

19:54

12 Jun 23

Tim Finn Reveals Bombshell about Kylie Minogue's 'The Loco-motion'!

In a stunning revelation, Tim Finn has disclosed that he declined an invitation from Kylie Minogue to collaborate on "The Loco-motion." As artists signed to the same record label, Mushroom Records, the potential collaboration could have added a fascinating dynamic to the track. Consequently, Finn's revelation has left fans and industry insiders wondering how this decision could have altered the song's trajectory and Kylie's career. Catch the full interview with Tim Finn and Andy White on the LiSTNR app.

Tim Finn Reveals Bombshell about Kylie Minogue's 'The Loco-motion'!

In a stunning revelation, Tim Finn has disclosed that he declined an invitation from Kylie Minogue to collaborate on "The Loco-motion." As artists signed to the same record label, Mushroom Records, the potential collaboration could have added a fascinating dynamic to the track. Consequently, Finn's revelation has left fans and industry insiders wondering how this decision could have altered the song's trajectory and Kylie's career. Catch the full interview with Tim Finn and Andy White on the LiSTNR app.

04:04

8 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: DZ Deathrays Are Back With A HUGE Album, National Tour + TEQUILA!!!

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Simon and Shane from DZ Deathrays. In this episode, we dive into their highly anticipated album, R.I.F.F., and the upcoming national tour to celebrate its release this July through September. With a devoted fan base that knows no bounds, DZ Deathrays have built a reputation as one of the country's most dedicated musical acts. Join us as we explore the creative process behind their latest album and uncover the stories behind each track that will leave you craving for more. But that's not all - there's more to DZ Deathrays than just music! We delve into their exciting venture into the world of spirits, as they reveal their very own Tequila brand. Get ready to hear all about the inspiration behind this bold move and how it perfectly complements their rock 'n' roll lifestyle. If that isn't enough to pique your interest, Simon and Shane also share their exhilarating experiences of sharing the stage with legendary rock acts like The Darkness and Foo Fighters. And let's not forget their unforgettable tour with close friends, Dune Rats, as they conquered stages across the United States. Don't miss this thrilling conversation that combines the raw energy of DZ Deathrays' music with captivating anecdotes from their incredible journey.

HOMEGROWN: DZ Deathrays Are Back With A HUGE Album, National Tour + TEQUILA!!!

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Simon and Shane from DZ Deathrays. In this episode, we dive into their highly anticipated album, R.I.F.F., and the upcoming national tour to celebrate its release this July through September. With a devoted fan base that knows no bounds, DZ Deathrays have built a reputation as one of the country's most dedicated musical acts. Join us as we explore the creative process behind their latest album and uncover the stories behind each track that will leave you craving for more. But that's not all - there's more to DZ Deathrays than just music! We delve into their exciting venture into the world of spirits, as they reveal their very own Tequila brand. Get ready to hear all about the inspiration behind this bold move and how it perfectly complements their rock 'n' roll lifestyle. If that isn't enough to pique your interest, Simon and Shane also share their exhilarating experiences of sharing the stage with legendary rock acts like The Darkness and Foo Fighters. And let's not forget their unforgettable tour with close friends, Dune Rats, as they conquered stages across the United States. Don't miss this thrilling conversation that combines the raw energy of DZ Deathrays' music with captivating anecdotes from their incredible journey.

25:44

8 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: Tim Finn and Andy White Share Unheard Stories Behind New Album 'The Happiness Index'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes legendary musicians Tim Finn and Andy White for an exclusive interview about their latest collaboration, "The Happiness Index." Celebrating their remarkable 30-year musical friendship in 2023, Finn and White have delivered an extraordinary album that will captivate your senses. In this episode, they delve into the unique process of creating the album remotely, sharing intriguing insights into their creative journey. Matty O even seizes the opportunity to pitch himself as their touring drummer, leaving Tim's mind racing with possibilities. "In all my time, nobody has ever asked me that before." Prepare for a bombshell revelation as Tim Finn uncovers a secret: he was approached to lend his vocals to Kylie Minogue's iconic hit, 'The Locomotion'! During a thrilling game of Write, Party, Dinner, featuring the likes of Elvis Presley, Eminem, and Kylie Minogue, Tim reveals this surprising twist. Don't miss this engaging and entertaining conversation as Matty O, Tim Finn, and Andy White explore the depths of their musical partnership, sharing stories and anecdotes that will leave you craving for more. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and immerse yourself in the magic of "The Happiness Index" and the enduring camaraderie between these talented artists.

HOMEGROWN: Tim Finn and Andy White Share Unheard Stories Behind New Album 'The Happiness Index'

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes legendary musicians Tim Finn and Andy White for an exclusive interview about their latest collaboration, "The Happiness Index." Celebrating their remarkable 30-year musical friendship in 2023, Finn and White have delivered an extraordinary album that will captivate your senses. In this episode, they delve into the unique process of creating the album remotely, sharing intriguing insights into their creative journey. Matty O even seizes the opportunity to pitch himself as their touring drummer, leaving Tim's mind racing with possibilities. "In all my time, nobody has ever asked me that before." Prepare for a bombshell revelation as Tim Finn uncovers a secret: he was approached to lend his vocals to Kylie Minogue's iconic hit, 'The Locomotion'! During a thrilling game of Write, Party, Dinner, featuring the likes of Elvis Presley, Eminem, and Kylie Minogue, Tim reveals this surprising twist. Don't miss this engaging and entertaining conversation as Matty O, Tim Finn, and Andy White explore the depths of their musical partnership, sharing stories and anecdotes that will leave you craving for more. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown and immerse yourself in the magic of "The Happiness Index" and the enduring camaraderie between these talented artists.

33:24

6 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Barnes and Chris Cheney FULL CHAT!!!

Jimmy Barnes and Chris Cheney are in the house! They are flying the flag for The Barnestormers! A brand new supergroup also consisting of Kevin "Caveman" Shirley, Jools Holland and "Slim Jim Phantom" from The Straycats. We dive into the recording of this album made completely remote (they still haven't been in the same room together), plus we revisit some gigs Chris and Jimmy have played together that involves, homemade cocktails backstage at festivals, partying with Madonna and sleep overs at Jimmy's House! The self titled Album from The Barnestormers is out now!

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Barnes and Chris Cheney FULL CHAT!!!

Jimmy Barnes and Chris Cheney are in the house! They are flying the flag for The Barnestormers! A brand new supergroup also consisting of Kevin "Caveman" Shirley, Jools Holland and "Slim Jim Phantom" from The Straycats. We dive into the recording of this album made completely remote (they still haven't been in the same room together), plus we revisit some gigs Chris and Jimmy have played together that involves, homemade cocktails backstage at festivals, partying with Madonna and sleep overs at Jimmy's House! The self titled Album from The Barnestormers is out now!

17:29

1 Jun 23

HOMEGROWN: There Was A WEDDING........During My Show!!!

Matty caught up with singer/songwriter Alex Lahey who's currently touring the USA and she told us about a wedding that happened MID-GIG at her show! Full chat here: https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-alex-lahey-joins-us-all-the-way-from-the

HOMEGROWN: There Was A WEDDING........During My Show!!!

Matty caught up with singer/songwriter Alex Lahey who's currently touring the USA and she told us about a wedding that happened MID-GIG at her show! Full chat here: https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-alex-lahey-joins-us-all-the-way-from-the

03:42

31 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Grinspoon are back and WE LOVE IT!

Phil Jamieson joined Matty straight after their BIG Announcement yesterday that they're releasing two of their seminal albums, Easy and New Detention, on Vinyl for the first time! Plus a band they've supported Nationally have ruined their big announcement!

HOMEGROWN: Grinspoon are back and WE LOVE IT!

Phil Jamieson joined Matty straight after their BIG Announcement yesterday that they're releasing two of their seminal albums, Easy and New Detention, on Vinyl for the first time! Plus a band they've supported Nationally have ruined their big announcement!

23:01

30 May 23

HOMEGROWN: KISS ARE BACK?! Sleeping in Cars, Festival Mishaps with Jack ParsonS.

We welcome back good friend of the show from the Melbourne band, The Pretty Littles, Mr Jack Parsons. The lads cover, Kiss coming back to Australia AFTER their final tour! Falls Festival taking a year off, Grinspoon are back and why bands don't play their most popular songs live and MORE.

HOMEGROWN: KISS ARE BACK?! Sleeping in Cars, Festival Mishaps with Jack ParsonS.

We welcome back good friend of the show from the Melbourne band, The Pretty Littles, Mr Jack Parsons. The lads cover, Kiss coming back to Australia AFTER their final tour! Falls Festival taking a year off, Grinspoon are back and why bands don't play their most popular songs live and MORE.

23:00

29 May 23

HOMEGROWN:: Alex Lahey Joins Us All The Way From The USA!

Alex Lahey has a brand new album out, 'The Answer is always Yes" and it's a ripper! We got the lowdown on the album plus her extensive overseas touring and a Wedding....that happened at her show - Mid-Show!

HOMEGROWN:: Alex Lahey Joins Us All The Way From The USA!

Alex Lahey has a brand new album out, 'The Answer is always Yes" and it's a ripper! We got the lowdown on the album plus her extensive overseas touring and a Wedding....that happened at her show - Mid-Show!

15:12

26 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Lee Simon's Unforgettable Encounter with Lou Reed & Bruce Springsteen

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he interviews Lee Simon, who recounts a captivating story from the 70s featuring music legends Lou Reed & Bruce Springsteen. Discover the surprising twist of Lee being frisked by security before meeting his idols in Louisville, Kentucky. Get an exclusive glimpse into this iconic encounter in music history.

HOMEGROWN: Lee Simon's Unforgettable Encounter with Lou Reed & Bruce Springsteen

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he interviews Lee Simon, who recounts a captivating story from the 70s featuring music legends Lou Reed & Bruce Springsteen. Discover the surprising twist of Lee being frisked by security before meeting his idols in Louisville, Kentucky. Get an exclusive glimpse into this iconic encounter in music history.

05:27

25 May 23

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Lee Simon Shares THE BEST Triple M Stories Ever!

THE GODFATHER OF TRIPLE M. Having played a pivotal role in shaping the station's sound and programming. With his vast experience in radio and music, Lee has an unparalleled ability to share stories that captivate and entertain listeners! His energetic and engaging style has made him a beloved figure in the industry, and his contributions to the world of radio will not soon be forgotten. We touched on the birth of Triple M, radio in the 80's,90's the formation of Triple M football and hanging out with Bruce Springsteen, Crowded House, Cyndi Lauper and more. An interview NOT to be missed!

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Lee Simon Shares THE BEST Triple M Stories Ever!

THE GODFATHER OF TRIPLE M. Having played a pivotal role in shaping the station's sound and programming. With his vast experience in radio and music, Lee has an unparalleled ability to share stories that captivate and entertain listeners! His energetic and engaging style has made him a beloved figure in the industry, and his contributions to the world of radio will not soon be forgotten. We touched on the birth of Triple M, radio in the 80's,90's the formation of Triple M football and hanging out with Bruce Springsteen, Crowded House, Cyndi Lauper and more. An interview NOT to be missed!

54:14

24 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Tim Freedman of The Whitlams prepares to celebrate The Early Years | FULL INTERVIEW with Chris Holland

Join Tim Freedman of The Whitlams on Triple M Homegrown, in this special interview hosted by our Music Director, Chris Holland. The Whitlams have just announced a special tour celebrating "The Early Years, '93-'97" which covers off their first 3 albums. On this tour they will be joined by The Living End's Scott Owen, busting out his double bass! Tour starts in Coffs Harbour late September and traverses the country across all of October. Chris and Tim discuss the band's story from their early years through to now where collaborations and re-interpretations are the new exciting future. We re-visit classic lyrics and get the inside word from Tim about their genesis and how some of their most popular songs were formed. Songs like No Aphrodisiac, Thank You (For Loving Me At My Worst), Blow Up The Pokies, You Sound Like Louis Burdett all get referenced... integral parts of the Australian songbook over the last three decades. We delve in to some of Tim's songwriting inspirations such as John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Harry Nilsson and more.  The Whitlams' Black Stump Band are also preparing to play the infamous Deni Ute Muster this year, and Tim lets slip that fans may be in for something a little extra special if they catch that one. Enjoy this chat that's a little bit different from us at Team Homegrown!

HOMEGROWN: Tim Freedman of The Whitlams prepares to celebrate The Early Years | FULL INTERVIEW with Chris Holland

Join Tim Freedman of The Whitlams on Triple M Homegrown, in this special interview hosted by our Music Director, Chris Holland. The Whitlams have just announced a special tour celebrating "The Early Years, '93-'97" which covers off their first 3 albums. On this tour they will be joined by The Living End's Scott Owen, busting out his double bass! Tour starts in Coffs Harbour late September and traverses the country across all of October. Chris and Tim discuss the band's story from their early years through to now where collaborations and re-interpretations are the new exciting future. We re-visit classic lyrics and get the inside word from Tim about their genesis and how some of their most popular songs were formed. Songs like No Aphrodisiac, Thank You (For Loving Me At My Worst), Blow Up The Pokies, You Sound Like Louis Burdett all get referenced... integral parts of the Australian songbook over the last three decades. We delve in to some of Tim's songwriting inspirations such as John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Harry Nilsson and more.  The Whitlams' Black Stump Band are also preparing to play the infamous Deni Ute Muster this year, and Tim lets slip that fans may be in for something a little extra special if they catch that one. Enjoy this chat that's a little bit different from us at Team Homegrown!

19:51

22 May 23

HOMEGROWN: The Vanns on Album Release Day - Dive into 'Last Of Your Kind'

Join Jimmy and Cam from The Vanns on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O as they celebrate the release of their highly-anticipated album 'Last Of Your Kind'. Fresh off the plane from Newcastle, the boys are ready to rock sold-out shows and take you behind the scenes of their latest musical masterpiece. In this episode, we delve into the captivating journey of creating 'Last Of Your Kind'. Discover the secrets behind their unique writing process and the exhilarating experience of recording in Byron Bay, where board shorts and cold beers set the tone. Prepare to be amazed as The Vanns discuss their penchant for recording everything in one seamless take. Uncover the magic of their live performances and the incredible connection with their fans. The boys reveal how audiences are already singing along to songs they haven't even released yet. Take a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane' as we revisit some of their standout performances over the past decade, including their memorable collaboration with The Getaway Plan and their legendary appearance at Party in the Paddock. Hear the hilarious story of how their mates crafted DIY merchandise and sold it to fund beers at the festival. Prepare for some hilarious moments as The Vanns recall a gig in the UK that led to a hospital visit. Find out just how many pints can be consumed after receiving antibiotics. Plus, get an exclusive glimpse into their time performing at a festival alongside the legendary Arctic Monkeys, as they share some backstage gossip about the iconic British band. And as always, we play a game of 'Write Party or Dinner'. Join in the fun as they decide whether they'd prefer to jam with Def Leppard, share a meal with Bruce Springsteen, or party it up with The Clash.

HOMEGROWN: The Vanns on Album Release Day - Dive into 'Last Of Your Kind'

Join Jimmy and Cam from The Vanns on Triple M Homegrown with Matty O as they celebrate the release of their highly-anticipated album 'Last Of Your Kind'. Fresh off the plane from Newcastle, the boys are ready to rock sold-out shows and take you behind the scenes of their latest musical masterpiece. In this episode, we delve into the captivating journey of creating 'Last Of Your Kind'. Discover the secrets behind their unique writing process and the exhilarating experience of recording in Byron Bay, where board shorts and cold beers set the tone. Prepare to be amazed as The Vanns discuss their penchant for recording everything in one seamless take. Uncover the magic of their live performances and the incredible connection with their fans. The boys reveal how audiences are already singing along to songs they haven't even released yet. Take a nostalgic trip down 'Memory Lane' as we revisit some of their standout performances over the past decade, including their memorable collaboration with The Getaway Plan and their legendary appearance at Party in the Paddock. Hear the hilarious story of how their mates crafted DIY merchandise and sold it to fund beers at the festival. Prepare for some hilarious moments as The Vanns recall a gig in the UK that led to a hospital visit. Find out just how many pints can be consumed after receiving antibiotics. Plus, get an exclusive glimpse into their time performing at a festival alongside the legendary Arctic Monkeys, as they share some backstage gossip about the iconic British band. And as always, we play a game of 'Write Party or Dinner'. Join in the fun as they decide whether they'd prefer to jam with Def Leppard, share a meal with Bruce Springsteen, or party it up with The Clash.

25:19

19 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Broden Kelly Talks Aunty Donna's Journey To Fame | FULL INTERVIEW

In this episode, we had the pleasure of having the incredibly talented Broden Kelly from Aunty Donna as our full show co-host. Join us as we delve into Broden's remarkable career that has spanned over a decade since their humble beginnings in 2011. From Aunty Donna's captivating live performances to the success of their Netflix shows, Aunty Donna has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. But that's not all! We also explore their venture into the world of podcasting, where they continue to captivate audiences with their unique style and comedic genius.The Aunty Donna Podcast is available on LiSTNR now  And did we mention that Broden hosts his very own Football Podcast? Tune in as we discuss "The Footy With Broden Kelly," where he brings his trademark wit and insights to the world of sports. The Footy with Broden Kellyis available on LiSTNR now 

HOMEGROWN: Broden Kelly Talks Aunty Donna's Journey To Fame | FULL INTERVIEW

In this episode, we had the pleasure of having the incredibly talented Broden Kelly from Aunty Donna as our full show co-host. Join us as we delve into Broden's remarkable career that has spanned over a decade since their humble beginnings in 2011. From Aunty Donna's captivating live performances to the success of their Netflix shows, Aunty Donna has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. But that's not all! We also explore their venture into the world of podcasting, where they continue to captivate audiences with their unique style and comedic genius.The Aunty Donna Podcast is available on LiSTNR now  And did we mention that Broden hosts his very own Football Podcast? Tune in as we discuss "The Footy With Broden Kelly," where he brings his trademark wit and insights to the world of sports. The Footy with Broden Kellyis available on LiSTNR now 

45:47

18 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Brad Cox, "It's Called Country Music MOTHERF#$%^@&"

Chris Holland our MD Caught up with Brad Cox while he was in Melbourne to celebrate the release of his brand new Album Acres!

HOMEGROWN: Brad Cox, "It's Called Country Music MOTHERF#$%^@&"

Chris Holland our MD Caught up with Brad Cox while he was in Melbourne to celebrate the release of his brand new Album Acres!

15:09

15 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Don Walker Talks Lightning In A Clear Blue Sky | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he interviews Don Walker, one of Australia's most acclaimed songwriters. From Cold Chisel to his solo work, collaborations, and books, Don's work has left a lasting impact on us all. In this episode, Don shares insights on his new album, Lightning In A Clear Blue Sky, where he takes us through the recording process and highlights how all eight tracks were recorded in just two days. Discover how COVID lockdowns impacted Don's writing, and how his collaborators have helped him complete his work while also learning about the impact of deadlines on the creative process. Don also reveals how he mentored the rest of Cold Chisel to become the great individual songwriters they are today. Stay tuned for a golden piece of advice for upcoming songwriters from Don himself: "Don't force it. Let it come." As well as a game of 'Memory Lane' where don shares some stories from a selection of gigs throughout his career.

HOMEGROWN: Don Walker Talks Lightning In A Clear Blue Sky | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he interviews Don Walker, one of Australia's most acclaimed songwriters. From Cold Chisel to his solo work, collaborations, and books, Don's work has left a lasting impact on us all. In this episode, Don shares insights on his new album, Lightning In A Clear Blue Sky, where he takes us through the recording process and highlights how all eight tracks were recorded in just two days. Discover how COVID lockdowns impacted Don's writing, and how his collaborators have helped him complete his work while also learning about the impact of deadlines on the creative process. Don also reveals how he mentored the rest of Cold Chisel to become the great individual songwriters they are today. Stay tuned for a golden piece of advice for upcoming songwriters from Don himself: "Don't force it. Let it come." As well as a game of 'Memory Lane' where don shares some stories from a selection of gigs throughout his career.

18:41

11 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Pacific Avenue's Dom Littrich Discusses New Album 'Flowers' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Dom Littrich of Pacific Avenue to discuss their latest album 'Flowers'. Dom shares his unique insights into the inspirations and creative process behind the album, as one of the driving forces behind Pacific Avenue's signature sound. During the show, Dom talks about his experience working at The Grove Studios on The Central Coast in NSW, describing it as a "super magical place" that offers everything a musician could ever want. Tune in as we play 'Memory Lane', where Dom shares an unforgettable story about going on a silent retreat with Inspired Unemployed. Plus, you'll hear about Pacific Avenue's experience supporting Louis Tomlinson of One Direction, including a wild night out at a Perth nightclub that left Dom buzzing for weeks. But that's not all - Matty O and Dom also discuss Pacific Avenue's success in winning over British crowds, as well as playing a game of Write, Party, Dinner featuring iconic artists Powderfinger, Elton John, and The Beatles.

HOMEGROWN: Pacific Avenue's Dom Littrich Discusses New Album 'Flowers' | FULL INTERVIEW

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he sits down with Dom Littrich of Pacific Avenue to discuss their latest album 'Flowers'. Dom shares his unique insights into the inspirations and creative process behind the album, as one of the driving forces behind Pacific Avenue's signature sound. During the show, Dom talks about his experience working at The Grove Studios on The Central Coast in NSW, describing it as a "super magical place" that offers everything a musician could ever want. Tune in as we play 'Memory Lane', where Dom shares an unforgettable story about going on a silent retreat with Inspired Unemployed. Plus, you'll hear about Pacific Avenue's experience supporting Louis Tomlinson of One Direction, including a wild night out at a Perth nightclub that left Dom buzzing for weeks. But that's not all - Matty O and Dom also discuss Pacific Avenue's success in winning over British crowds, as well as playing a game of Write, Party, Dinner featuring iconic artists Powderfinger, Elton John, and The Beatles.

25:33

9 May 23

HOMEGROWN: The Weekly Wrap! Don Walker, Daryl B and Grinspoon!

Join Matty and Chris Holland our Musical director to chat about the week that was! From a Don Walker exclusive to objects being thrown onstage! We look back at our chat with Daryl Braithwaite + more.

HOMEGROWN: The Weekly Wrap! Don Walker, Daryl B and Grinspoon!

Join Matty and Chris Holland our Musical director to chat about the week that was! From a Don Walker exclusive to objects being thrown onstage! We look back at our chat with Daryl Braithwaite + more.

17:20

5 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Introducing Andre Warhurst | FULL INTERVIEW

Get ready to meet Andre Warhurst, the rising star from Melbourne who's about to take the music scene by storm. In this episode, Matty O sits down with Andre to chat about his highly anticipated debut solo album "This Is Andre Warhurst", which is set to drop on May 12th. As an accomplished musician who's played with some of the biggest names in Australia, Andre shares his insights on his creative process and the inspirations behind his music. Don't miss out on discovering the next big thing in Australian music.

HOMEGROWN: Introducing Andre Warhurst | FULL INTERVIEW

Get ready to meet Andre Warhurst, the rising star from Melbourne who's about to take the music scene by storm. In this episode, Matty O sits down with Andre to chat about his highly anticipated debut solo album "This Is Andre Warhurst", which is set to drop on May 12th. As an accomplished musician who's played with some of the biggest names in Australia, Andre shares his insights on his creative process and the inspirations behind his music. Don't miss out on discovering the next big thing in Australian music.

10:05

4 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Daryl Braithwaite | FULL INTERVIEW

Daryl Braithwaite joins Matty O on Triple M Homegrown. The boys reflect on Daryl's long career, touching on his first live music experience, and what it like now vs when he was younger. Daryl shares a story behind Sherbet’s ‘Howzat’ where a band insider knew the song was going to be a hit while they were still recording it. We give Daryl a reminder of the Sherbet pandemonium, and Daryl gives us some insight on his transition to going solo!  We find out why 'As The Days Go By’ wouldn’t have happened without Matty’s Dad! YEP It's a small world!! Daryl also shares his love for the next generation of fans and reveals the secret to how he keeps his voice in great condition at the age of 74! Daryl’s also lends some advice for people pursuing a career in the music industry and we find out all the details on his Harry Styles collaboration, What It’s Like To Have A Song Like ‘The Horses’ + We play 'Memory Lane' and ‘Write, Party, Dinner’.

HOMEGROWN: Daryl Braithwaite | FULL INTERVIEW

Daryl Braithwaite joins Matty O on Triple M Homegrown. The boys reflect on Daryl's long career, touching on his first live music experience, and what it like now vs when he was younger. Daryl shares a story behind Sherbet’s ‘Howzat’ where a band insider knew the song was going to be a hit while they were still recording it. We give Daryl a reminder of the Sherbet pandemonium, and Daryl gives us some insight on his transition to going solo!  We find out why 'As The Days Go By’ wouldn’t have happened without Matty’s Dad! YEP It's a small world!! Daryl also shares his love for the next generation of fans and reveals the secret to how he keeps his voice in great condition at the age of 74! Daryl’s also lends some advice for people pursuing a career in the music industry and we find out all the details on his Harry Styles collaboration, What It’s Like To Have A Song Like ‘The Horses’ + We play 'Memory Lane' and ‘Write, Party, Dinner’.

32:15

3 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Daryl Braithwaite Spills ALL The Details On His Harry Styles Collab!

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes special guest Daryl Braithwaite for an exclusive interview. In this engaging conversation, Daryl takes us behind the scenes of one of the biggest viral moments in Australian music this year, where he and Harry Styles performed 'The Horses' to a massive crowd of 70,000 people in Sydney. Discover all the details of how the collaboration came to be and what it was like for Daryl to perform with one of the biggest stars in the world. Get exclusive insights, stories, and memories from one of Australia's most beloved musicians as he shares his experiences of working with Harry Styles and creating a musical moment that captured the nation's attention. Don't miss this exciting interview with Daryl Braithwaite, as he reveals all the behind-the-scenes details of this unforgettable performance. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown to hear this exclusive conversation and learn more about one of the biggest musical moments of the year.

HOMEGROWN: Daryl Braithwaite Spills ALL The Details On His Harry Styles Collab!

Join Matty O on Triple M Homegrown as he welcomes special guest Daryl Braithwaite for an exclusive interview. In this engaging conversation, Daryl takes us behind the scenes of one of the biggest viral moments in Australian music this year, where he and Harry Styles performed 'The Horses' to a massive crowd of 70,000 people in Sydney. Discover all the details of how the collaboration came to be and what it was like for Daryl to perform with one of the biggest stars in the world. Get exclusive insights, stories, and memories from one of Australia's most beloved musicians as he shares his experiences of working with Harry Styles and creating a musical moment that captured the nation's attention. Don't miss this exciting interview with Daryl Braithwaite, as he reveals all the behind-the-scenes details of this unforgettable performance. Tune in to Triple M Homegrown to hear this exclusive conversation and learn more about one of the biggest musical moments of the year.

09:55

2 May 23

HOMEGROWN: Jack Parsons, Marty Sheargold, John Farnham and New Music!

Lot's of fun as we welcome back good friend to the show Jack Parsons from the Pretty Little's. He's back from Overseas, we chat about his trip, his new song PLUS his first appearance on his favorite show - The Marty Sheargold show! We also touch on "Urban Scrapping", and new tunes from around the country!

HOMEGROWN: Jack Parsons, Marty Sheargold, John Farnham and New Music!

Lot's of fun as we welcome back good friend to the show Jack Parsons from the Pretty Little's. He's back from Overseas, we chat about his trip, his new song PLUS his first appearance on his favorite show - The Marty Sheargold show! We also touch on "Urban Scrapping", and new tunes from around the country!

28:15

29 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: We Welcome Back our First Ever Guest On Homegrown!

Aboriginal lead indie punk band Chasing Ghosts have released their Homelands Unplugged EP via Bad Apples Music. It was great to have Jimmy back ahead a bunch of stripped back and acoustic shows happening around the country More information here. https://www.chasingghosts.com.au/

HOMEGROWN: We Welcome Back our First Ever Guest On Homegrown!

Aboriginal lead indie punk band Chasing Ghosts have released their Homelands Unplugged EP via Bad Apples Music. It was great to have Jimmy back ahead a bunch of stripped back and acoustic shows happening around the country More information here. https://www.chasingghosts.com.au/

21:05

18 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: Sarah McLeod Nearly Joined a Balinese Rock Band!

The Superjesus are back! So Matty Caught up with Sarah Mcleod to chat about the tour, new music, plus we heard how Sarah nearly joined a Balinese Cover Band!

HOMEGROWN: Sarah McLeod Nearly Joined a Balinese Rock Band!

The Superjesus are back! So Matty Caught up with Sarah Mcleod to chat about the tour, new music, plus we heard how Sarah nearly joined a Balinese Cover Band!

12:08

14 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Full Chat With COLIN HAY! Winner Of The Ted Albert Award

We had an exclusive chat with Colin Hay as he's just been announced as the recipient of this years Ted Albert at the APRA AWARDS! There was plenty to talk about from Song writing, pinch yourself moments in the studio and the time he thought he'd been shot at a show!  Plus he takes us backstage and shares stories from performing with Sting, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty and more!

HOMEGROWN EXCLUSIVE: Full Chat With COLIN HAY! Winner Of The Ted Albert Award

We had an exclusive chat with Colin Hay as he's just been announced as the recipient of this years Ted Albert at the APRA AWARDS! There was plenty to talk about from Song writing, pinch yourself moments in the studio and the time he thought he'd been shot at a show!  Plus he takes us backstage and shares stories from performing with Sting, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty and more!

23:07

12 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: BUSBY MAROU "New Album AND Fresh Pasta!"

It's always a pleasure when we get new Music from Busby Marou. We've got an Album out Mid-Year so we got the scoop on the new tracks plus some crazy stories from the road!

HOMEGROWN: BUSBY MAROU "New Album AND Fresh Pasta!"

It's always a pleasure when we get new Music from Busby Marou. We've got an Album out Mid-Year so we got the scoop on the new tracks plus some crazy stories from the road!

11:26

12 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: Tripping at Coachella and Stuck In The Mud At Glastonbury!

Johnny and Tommy from the DMA'S joined Matty before they jetted off to the UK as we celebrate the release of their brand New Album, How Many Dreams. Get the stories you won't hear anywhere else as the lads describe some Spinal Tap moments on the road... FULL CHAT HERE https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-dmas-join-matty-o-on-album-release-day

HOMEGROWN: Tripping at Coachella and Stuck In The Mud At Glastonbury!

Johnny and Tommy from the DMA'S joined Matty before they jetted off to the UK as we celebrate the release of their brand New Album, How Many Dreams. Get the stories you won't hear anywhere else as the lads describe some Spinal Tap moments on the road... FULL CHAT HERE https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-dmas-join-matty-o-on-album-release-day

11:48

6 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: "I Watched A Worldwide Hit Performed... to 10 People!"

One of our great Singer/Songwriters out of Melbourne Dan Sultan shares a story of watching what would be the BIGGEST SONG IN THE WORLD before it was released. FULL CHAT HERE. https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-dan-sultan-full-interview?in_playlist=triple-m-rock-interviews!podcast

HOMEGROWN: "I Watched A Worldwide Hit Performed... to 10 People!"

One of our great Singer/Songwriters out of Melbourne Dan Sultan shares a story of watching what would be the BIGGEST SONG IN THE WORLD before it was released. FULL CHAT HERE. https://omny.fm/shows/triple-m-aussie-with-matty-o/homegrown-dan-sultan-full-interview?in_playlist=triple-m-rock-interviews!podcast

04:18

6 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: Meet Your Mentor......Matt Corby!!

We've watched Matt Corby literally grow up before our eyes Which is why that makes him the perfect mentor for the next Generation of artists coming through the ranks. Whether it's singing/songwriting or producing he's done it all and now you have the chance to work alongside him on your musical journey. We touch on new music and how you can win the chance of a lifetime. You can enter HERE: https://www.wildturkeybourbon.com/en-au/wt-music101/mentorship/

HOMEGROWN: Meet Your Mentor......Matt Corby!!

We've watched Matt Corby literally grow up before our eyes Which is why that makes him the perfect mentor for the next Generation of artists coming through the ranks. Whether it's singing/songwriting or producing he's done it all and now you have the chance to work alongside him on your musical journey. We touch on new music and how you can win the chance of a lifetime. You can enter HERE: https://www.wildturkeybourbon.com/en-au/wt-music101/mentorship/

08:16

5 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: "Crazy Misheard Song Lyrics And Comedy Shows Gone Wrong!"

One of the countries most popular upcoming comedians Sam Garlepp dropped by to talk all things Music and Comedy. From Misheard song lyrics to talking us through what it takes to put together a Stand-Up show, we cover it all here. If you're in Melbourne you can catch Sam at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Tickets here. https://www.comedyfestival.com.au/2023/shows/sam-sam-but-different

HOMEGROWN: "Crazy Misheard Song Lyrics And Comedy Shows Gone Wrong!"

One of the countries most popular upcoming comedians Sam Garlepp dropped by to talk all things Music and Comedy. From Misheard song lyrics to talking us through what it takes to put together a Stand-Up show, we cover it all here. If you're in Melbourne you can catch Sam at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Tickets here. https://www.comedyfestival.com.au/2023/shows/sam-sam-but-different

22:02

5 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: BLUESFEST In....... Melbourne...?????

You read it right!! Bluesfest is coming to the musical capital of Australia this weekend! Matty catches up with Organizer Neil Croker to find out how this came to be and what to expect!

HOMEGROWN: BLUESFEST In....... Melbourne...?????

You read it right!! Bluesfest is coming to the musical capital of Australia this weekend! Matty catches up with Organizer Neil Croker to find out how this came to be and what to expect!

05:32

4 Apr 23

HOMEGROWN: DMA'S Join Matty O on Album Release Day!!!

DMA'S HAVE A NEW ALBUM AND IT'S AWESOME! Johnny and Tommy from the DMA'S dropped by to hang out with Matty on release day to chat through their brand new album, "How Many Dreams"! We also touched on touring overseas, spinal tap moments, getting married and funny stories from the road! Always fun when the lads swing by, go and get the album - it's a ripper!

HOMEGROWN: DMA'S Join Matty O on Album Release Day!!!

DMA'S HAVE A NEW ALBUM AND IT'S AWESOME! Johnny and Tommy from the DMA'S dropped by to hang out with Matty on release day to chat through their brand new album, "How Many Dreams"! We also touched on touring overseas, spinal tap moments, getting married and funny stories from the road! Always fun when the lads swing by, go and get the album - it's a ripper!

26:17

31 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: We Welcome Big Scary to the show

Matty and Jo Syme from Big Scary have known and been playing shows together for nearly 20 years! Big Scary are one of our most talented Australian acts, clever songwriting, amazing live, it was great to touch base before they hit the stage at Meadow Festival this weekend. https://www.facebook.com/meadow.mf

HOMEGROWN: We Welcome Big Scary to the show

Matty and Jo Syme from Big Scary have known and been playing shows together for nearly 20 years! Big Scary are one of our most talented Australian acts, clever songwriting, amazing live, it was great to touch base before they hit the stage at Meadow Festival this weekend. https://www.facebook.com/meadow.mf

11:33

30 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: Tash Sultana | FULL INTERVIEW

They're one of the biggest acts in the world! From humble beginnings, busking in Melbourne to breaking the record for the fastest selling show EVER at the Iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, 10,000 tickets in 5 minute! They're one of the most talented performers on the planet and it was an absolute pleasure to be joined by the wonderful Tash Sultana.

HOMEGROWN: Tash Sultana | FULL INTERVIEW

They're one of the biggest acts in the world! From humble beginnings, busking in Melbourne to breaking the record for the fastest selling show EVER at the Iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, 10,000 tickets in 5 minute! They're one of the most talented performers on the planet and it was an absolute pleasure to be joined by the wonderful Tash Sultana.

50:06

27 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: Dan Sultan Talks New Music, Family, and His Health | FULL INTERVIEW

We welcome back Dan Sultan to Triple M. Matty and Dan go way back so it was good to catch up. A huge focus for Dan is his Family, Music and Mental Health which we touch on in this very real chat as well as his TED talk.

HOMEGROWN: Dan Sultan Talks New Music, Family, and His Health | FULL INTERVIEW

We welcome back Dan Sultan to Triple M. Matty and Dan go way back so it was good to catch up. A huge focus for Dan is his Family, Music and Mental Health which we touch on in this very real chat as well as his TED talk.

17:58

24 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: Quan From Regurgitator on 25 Years of UNIT!

Quan from the band joined Matty to chat 25 years of their Iconic Album Unit. From it's recording, cleaning up at the Aria Awards, playing the BDO, recording Band In The Bubble in Melbourne at more! The band are celebrating the tour by touring around the country! Check out the details here: https://www.regurgitator.net/

HOMEGROWN: Quan From Regurgitator on 25 Years of UNIT!

Quan from the band joined Matty to chat 25 years of their Iconic Album Unit. From it's recording, cleaning up at the Aria Awards, playing the BDO, recording Band In The Bubble in Melbourne at more! The band are celebrating the tour by touring around the country! Check out the details here: https://www.regurgitator.net/

25:31

20 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: The Grogans | FULL INTERVIEW

Get to know your new favourite band with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown! The Grogans are on tour and have been selling out shows everywhere! Their brand new album "Which Way Is Out" is getting rave reviews around the world!

HOMEGROWN: The Grogans | FULL INTERVIEW

Get to know your new favourite band with Matty O on Triple M Homegrown! The Grogans are on tour and have been selling out shows everywhere! Their brand new album "Which Way Is Out" is getting rave reviews around the world!

15:17

17 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: Meeting Weird Al Yankovic!

Radio Mike is a Podcaster, producer, writer - he does it all! He (finally) made his first appearance on Triple M Homegrown and shares his experience about meeting the one and only Weird Al Yankovic! You can follow Radio Mike at: radiomike.com.au

HOMEGROWN: Meeting Weird Al Yankovic!

Radio Mike is a Podcaster, producer, writer - he does it all! He (finally) made his first appearance on Triple M Homegrown and shares his experience about meeting the one and only Weird Al Yankovic! You can follow Radio Mike at: radiomike.com.au

10:56

16 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: New Music Is Rad, Check This Out!

Matty and Chris Holland (our awesome Musical Director) touch on the best New Music from around the country featuring, Kingswood, Casey Barnes, The Superjesus, Pacific Avenue and more!

HOMEGROWN: New Music Is Rad, Check This Out!

Matty and Chris Holland (our awesome Musical Director) touch on the best New Music from around the country featuring, Kingswood, Casey Barnes, The Superjesus, Pacific Avenue and more!

09:13

14 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: Kingswoods Crazy Story About Supporting AC\DC!

Alex and Ferg joined Matty O and they reminisced on the CRAZY time they supported AC\DC around the country!

HOMEGROWN: Kingswoods Crazy Story About Supporting AC\DC!

Alex and Ferg joined Matty O and they reminisced on the CRAZY time they supported AC\DC around the country!

03:58

14 Mar 23

HOMEGROWN: It Almost Went SO WRONG For John Mayer and Pete Murray | Highlight

Pete Murray tells us how things almost went incredibly wrong with John Mayer when they collaborated on a version of 'Opportunity'.

HOMEGROWN: It Almost Went SO WRONG For John Mayer and Pete Murray | Highlight

Pete Murray tells us how things almost went incredibly wrong with John Mayer when they collaborated on a version of 'Opportunity'.

05:07

11 Mar 23

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