Continental Drift

Presenter: Garry Havrillay

Music of the world, with new and forthcoming releases: cross-cultural, traditional, jazz, neo-classical, ambient, acoustic, trance, electronic, folk and singer-songwriters — distinctive global music outside the mainstream.

Jazz Made in Australia

JMIA showcases the talents of Australian jazz musicians and composers with what’s current. Occasionally an interview, a focus on a particular event or a look back brings into conversation the history of jazz in Australia.

With Australian artists being recognised at international levels in awards and competitions, host Paula Langlands celebrates all that Australian jazz.

If you are a musician with a new recording, some interesting archival material, news of National interest such as a major performance, jazz event or tour — or you wish to get information or comment on the program, please contact Amy direct on <jazzmadeinaustralia@eastsidefm.org>.

Hot, Sweet & Jazzy

Music with a jazz feel along with entertaining and informative chat.

The presenters have a range of expertise and styles of humour!

You’ll hear recordings from the 1920s onwards, from current musicians in Australia and elsewhere, and in particular styles such as neo-swing.

Jazzy invites listeners to relax deep into the passenger seat, and shines the headlights towards the people behind the players.

Hot, Sweet and Jazzy is a program that brings the fun back into music. A team of presenters brings you interesting and enjoyable music, much of it not available on Australian radio, along with entertaining and informative chat.

The music is jazz and jazz-aligned, but covering many possible definitions of ‘jazz’! There are no limits to the program’s musical sources, but Australian musicians provide an important part of the material. The show is probably most suitable for afternoon and evening.

Hot, Sweet and Jazzy’s presenters are all music enthusiasts and many are practising musicians:
” Peter Milley: trumpeter and leader of the Cairo Club Orchestra; record collector; supplied period recordings for the soundtrack to the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries series.
” Peter Fogarty: music lover; arranger; singer in jazz bands.
” Ian Coots: former professional drummer for over 25 years; record collector.
” Ken Hirst: former bass player with jazz and blues bands; leader of his own Neo Swing Band – Swing It!
” Ross Williamson: music lover; program co-ordinator.
” John Thompson: student of jazz and of its roots; country blues aficionado; record collector.

The Tiki Lounge Remix

The Tiki Lounge Remix is a weekly audio venue where you can hear the latest in creative world music, contemporary jazz, digital beats and other sonic exotica, along with insightful feature interviews with artists, producers and festival organisers.

Presented by music journalist-broadcaster Seth Jordan, the program is produced in the studios of 2BBB in Bellingen NSW, and distributed nationally around Australia via the Community Radio Network (CRN).

Seth is the Pacific correspondent for Songlines magazine (UK), and also writes for Rhythms magazine (Australia). He was the Contributing Editor for the book ‘World Music: Global Sounds in Australia’ (2010 UNSW Press).

The Tiki Lounge is presented and produced by Seth Jordan and associate producer Kye Ruigrok.

The Big Breakfast with Jackie

Get a kickstart to your weekend. Drop me your requests and I’ll do my best to play them just email me at jackie@2nvr.org.au

Drive Thru

Music to drive, or make coffee or just wakeup to.  Indie, Alternative and Aussie!