Jump in our time machine and head back 20 years to a time when Posh and Becks were king and queen of farshun, the Kardashians weren’t a thing, and the greatest catastrophe the world faced wasn’t climate catastrophe, but a bug only nerds understood, called Y2K. Kudos to time traveller Tim Samuel for this selection. […]
Creepypastas are paranormal and horror legends that circulate the internet, often including references to the occult. The most famous of the creepypasta folklore is the tale of Slender Man, who actually originated from a 2009 Photoshop competition – instead of being the decades old legend it is now considered to be. Like many creepypastas that […]
Missed today’s show? It’s ok, we’ll be back here and on air next Friday at 11am with the #weird show. In the meantime, put on your headphones and spend some time with these tunes, compiled by Tim Samuel and Hannah Dunlop. Have an excellent weekend from all of us at Sydney TAFE Media and #RadioGaGa. […]
On a mission to dispel myths about new-wave pop music fans, Emily Vescio went straight to the source, interviewing LANY fans. She asked them why they travel around the world for their favourite band, and explains why they’re not crazy to do so. Em tweeted the story and it was picked up by lead singer […]
Thanks to Tim Samuel for today’s Earth-themed tunes.
TIM SAMUEL picks some sweet tunes for the end of your #HarmonyWeek. Harmony Week graphic by Sia Manetas.
DIVANEEL TIBDIXIOUS @notoriousndiv interviews rapper Julian Larson, stage name El Jistos, about his music and upcoming album ‘Everyday People’. Find out more about El Jistos here, and like his Facebook page. Featured image: Rapper El Jistos. Photo by Adam Scarfe Photography
Embed from Getty Images BY DAVID LINDSAY It was a sad day in court for pop sensation Kesha and women’s rights everywhere after a New York judge ruled on Friday that the teary and distraught singer would not be released from a recording contract with Sony Music and the producer she claimed was sexually and […]
BY DANE DRAYTON I love the future It’s 2015. We now have hoverboards, highly accessible media content and more Marvel films than we can handle, and yet it seems we have more to look forward to with a piloted robot battle between two American and Japanese companies with a passion for cartoons featuring four storey […]
Radio Diploma students Mitchell Coombs and Tia Pagliasso hit the streets to quiz people of all ages to see if they’re across the latest happ.