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50 minutes | Aug 29, 2017
Lanks - Comfortable
This episode we break apart the new song, Comfortable, by the enigmatic solo electronic musician Lanks, aka Will Cuming. Will breaks down the songs origins, both musically and metaphorically, showing where it originated and how it was built up into the final track. If you like the episode please give us a review on iTunes or follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can also find all our other episodes on our website at anatomyof.tv
98 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
Anatomy of Holy Holy
This episode is different we don’t just talk about the artist and their perspectives on song writing we break apart a song ("You cannot call for love like a dog") and learn about some of the creative choices made by Oscar, Matt and Tim the front man and driving force behind Holy Holy. We talk about the differences between analogue and digital recording, as well as, delving into topics such as is the solo a lost art form which should be brought back, and the different approaches you can take to producing a track If you like the episode please give us a review on iTunes or follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can also find all our other episodes on our website at anatomyof.tv
78 minutes | Feb 22, 2016
Industry Roundtable - Music Videos
In this episode we have the second in our series of Industry Roundtable discussions. We’ll be talking music videos with two great directors who’s clips have over 80 million YouTube views between them. The first is Jeremey Koren who is also a rapper known as Grey Ghost. Jeremy has directed clips for artists like 360, Seth Sentry, Xavier Rudd and Troye Sivan. Our second guest is Guy Franklin. Guy has directed clips for the likes of Kimbra, Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrum and Jessica Mauboy. No matter if you are a musician, a manager, you work at a label, you’re in the film industry or your studying at uni, there is something in this episode for you. If you like the episode please give us a review on iTunes or follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can also find all our other episodes on our website at anatomyof.tv
63 minutes | Feb 8, 2016
Anatomy of Remi & Sensible J
Remi and Sensible J made waves when their first major single Sangria crashed into the Triple J hottest 100, then their most recent album Raw X Infinity won the prestigious Australian Music Prize beating many other notable nominees such as Chet Faker’s album Built On Glass. We talk a lot about how they create their music and how these want to use their platform to draw attention to inequalities throughout Australian society. We also talk about the upcoming release Divas and Demons, highlighting their focus on crafting an album with a consistent theme running through it and the challenges this presents. Finally, we talk about their background and introduction into music. How Remi writes his lyrics and how J crafts his beats from a room in house Check out all of our episode at anatomyof.tv and follow us on Twitter at anatomyoftv.
75 minutes | Jan 20, 2016
Industry Roundtable - Artist Management
This is a different type of episode. We are talking to Nick O’Byrne and Carlo Santone who between them have a wide variety of experience within many different areas of the music industry. We wanted to create a show that talked about some of the common misunderstandings surrounding a lot of things artists and managers face. In this episode we talk about: Some of the basics all artists should know in order to correctly set their expectations Team dynamics and not only between band members, but also their management team too Responsibilities of a manager, agent and label How music copyright and label advances work We breakdown album sales and how much money actually makes it back to the artist This is a great episode for anyone making their way in the music industry and a lot of thought provoking ideas are surfaced by Nick and Carlo. Check out all of our episode at anatomyof.tv and follow us on Twitter at anatomyoftv.
68 minutes | Jan 5, 2016
Anatomy of Zan Rowe
In our last episode of the year we are stoked to bring you Triple J’s own, Zan Rowe. We talk about her new show on ABC iView, The Critics, as well as her views and beliefs on feminism. We also talk a lot about her work at Triple J including how she researches and surfaces new music. Triple J’s focus on the audience, the little known strategies that have made 2015 the most successful year in the stations 40 year history and also how Zan sometimes challenges her audience with polarising music when championing an artist she believes in. Check out all of our episode at anatomyof.tv and follow us on Twitter at anatomyoftv.
74 minutes | Dec 23, 2015
Anatomy of Felix Riebl
Felix Riebl possess one of the most unique voices in Australian music and is the front man for massively successful band, The Cat Empire. In this episode we talk to Felix about song writing, composing and collaborating. We delve into his solo work as well as the conflict and battles that occur during The Cat Empire's creative process and how that leads to better music. As one of the most thoughtful musicians we've spoken with this is a must listen episode. Check out all of our episode at anatomyof.tv and follow us on Twitter at anatomyoftv.
69 minutes | Dec 7, 2015
Anatomy of Ryan Shelton
Ryan Shelton has contributed to some of the best Australian comedy on TV in recent years. He’s a founding member of Radio Karate who have made successful shows such as Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year. He’s also written for shows such as “We Can Be Heroes” and “It’s a Date” not to mention being a regular on “Rove Live” and “Thank God You’re Here”. In this episode we talk about how to focus on one thing, figuring out the essence of a successful show, how to respond and rebound when a show isn’t an immediate success, and how not all things should be done for money and profit… such as “Cliff”. For more great episodes go to www.anatomyof.tv or follow us on Twitter.
38 minutes | Nov 23, 2015
Anatomy of Nicholas Roy - Part 2
Part 2 of the Nicholas Roy interview. In part 2 of this interview we focus on Nick’s 2 stints on reality TV shows (Popstars Live and The Voice) and how the experiences affected him. His answers are extremely thoughtful and genuine and a must listen to any musician thinking of applying to a reality TV show. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
74 minutes | Nov 9, 2015
Anatomy of Jen Cloher
Jen Cloher is a musician, song writer, performer, label manager, workshop creator, public speaker and much more. If you ever wanted a rounded view of the music industry and how to think about your career as a musician then this is the podcast for you. Jen imparts a number of gems based on her experience and observations including the single most important thing a musician can do to progress their career. For more great episodes go to www.anatomyof.tv or follow us on Twitter
38 minutes | Oct 26, 2015
Anatomy of Kate Ceberano
Kate Ceberano is one of Australia's most celebrated musicians. We were stoked to have her on the show & we covered some really interesting stuff. Kate talks about the fickle nature of the Australian music media, mentoring younger artists, her song writing and what her next projects are. For more great episodes go to anatomyof.tv or follow us on Twitter @AnatomyOfTV.
51 minutes | Oct 12, 2015
Anatomy of Liv Cartledge
Liv Cartledge's music and voice will engulf you within seconds. She plays us two amazing songs and we have a terrific chat about her career and experiences to date. Listen to the show & share so we can let the world know about this amazing new artist
40 minutes | Sep 28, 2015
Anatomy of Chris King Robinson
Chris King Robinson is an amazing blues guitarist and at 20 years old is just starting to set the world on fire. With well over 600,000 Twitter followers and a new EP just released in North America and the UK his star is set to sore. In this interview we get a load of great stories and take away lessons that have helped Chris develop his playing and song writing. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
72 minutes | Sep 14, 2015
Anatomy of Jessica Hopper, Pitchfork Snr Editor
Jessica Hopper is one of the most important music critics of the past decade. She is now the Senior Editor at Pitchfork and the editor-in-chief at The Pitchfork Review. Jessica has also authored two terrific books, The Girls' Guide To Rocking, and The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic. We caught Jessica days before her acclaimed keynote at the BigSound conference in Brisbane, Australia. We spoke to her about her career, her writing, her views on how Montessori schooling helped shape her, and of course, her most recent Twitter conversations which has made the music world stand up and take notice of the long running problem of gender inequality in the music industry. Jessica can be followed at @jesshopp.
36 minutes | Sep 7, 2015
Anatomy of Nicholas Roy - Part 1
This is part 1 of a 2 part interview. Nick is a Melbourne based singer songwriter who has had tracks voted # 1 on Super Request, reaching # 1 on the JJJ Unearthed Indie chart, and being listed on the JJJ Hitlist. Having been compared to Peter Gabriel and David Gray, Nick thrives on unique and unpolished sounds. He produces much of his music from his home studio, where we recorded this interview, and we talk about topics ranging from his song writing process to the equipment in his studio. In part 2 of the interview we delve into his two experiences on music reality TV shows, the second of which being the 2013 season of The Voice. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
74 minutes | Aug 24, 2015
Anatomy of Fraser A Gorman
Fraser has been making a name for himself around the world as the second coming of Bob Dylan and is now set to explode with the recent release of his first album, Slow Gum. I really enjoyed this chat. Much like his lyrics, Fraser is a great story teller, extremely honest, self-effacing and nothing was off the record. We not only talk about song writing, collaboration and performing, but also the more personal subject of overcoming his stutter and how he achieved closer on the death of his father with the song Blossom& Snow. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
63 minutes | Aug 10, 2015
Anatomy of Dallas Frasca
For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of hearing any of Dallas’ music, stop this podcast right now and go and buy their latest album 'Love Army'. For those who are already fans of Dallas or music in general then you are in for a treat. We have a wide ranging discussion including working with musicians in the Australian outback, licensing her music to TV shows, Norse Love Goddesses, crowd funding tips (how they funded Love Army), song writing and much more. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
48 minutes | Jul 27, 2015
Anatomy of Ecca Vandal
Ecca Vandal, the Melbourne based singer songer writer, burst on the scene in the last 12 months. Not a lot is known about Ecca so this interview is gold. We had this chat earlier in the year just before she released her second single Battle Royal. We delve into her past and the influencing factors that have led her to where she is today. Ecca also shares what and who inspires her music as well as some valuable lessons she’s learnt. During the interview we had rain, thunder, trains and crickets, so please excuse the occasion background sounds. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv.
64 minutes | Apr 22, 2015
Anatomy of Husky
Our first episode interviews Husky Gawenda from the Melbourne band Husky and comes on the back of the release of Rucker’s Hill, Husky’s second album. Husky is an award winning song writer who’s lyrics are thoughtful and artfully designed. We have a wide ranging chat including how he crafts his lyrics, tools and techniques he uses for inspiration and the nitty gritty of working with labels. We also delve into what he believes shaped him musically, his advice to aspiring musicians and what his very first performance was like. Find more content at anatomyof.tv or follow us at @anatomyoftv. Husky's label Liberation Music (http://liberation.com.au/) have given written permission for the song 'Saint Joan' to appear in this podcast.
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