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EPISODE 23: KYLIE AULDIST

Kylie Auldist, Melbourne’s high-priestess of soul, is our special guest on this week’s episode of The Low End Theory. Having toured the world playing every major festival as the main vocalist for heavyweight deep funk act The Bamboos, achieving commercial success with the mega-hit, This Girl, whilst working with Cookin On 3 Burners and releasing…

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EPISODE 22: Andy Cooper

This week, we chat with legendary hiphop MC Andy Cooper (Ugly Duckling/The Allergies). In an extremely funny interview, he waxes lyrical with us about what it was like recording and playing with one of the most revered alternative hiphop groups of all time, currently being in a band with 2 dudes from the UK whilst…

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EPISODE 21: RAS KASS

This week, hiphop heavyweight Ras Kass stops in. You may know him from the work he’s put in with Kurupt, Xzibit, Coolio and Tha Dog Pound and his numerous albums that have been produced by everyone from Dr Dre to Pete Rock. That said, you may not know some of the stories behind this MC…

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EPISODE 20: DJ REGAL (THE WISEGUYS/THE BRONX DOGS)

This week, we welcome UK producer, DJ Regal, onto the show to talk about his lengthy career playing broken, big, funky and artistic beats. You may know Regal as 1/2 of super-huge big beat acts The Wiseguys and The Bronx Dogs or you may know him from his numerous solo releases on Unique Records and…

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EPISODE 19: ADRIAN YOUNGE & ALI SHAHEED MUHAMMAD

This week, OB and Shan talk with Brooklyn native Ali Shaheed Muhammad (legendary founder and member of A Tribe Called Quest & Lucy Pearl) and his musical collaborator Adrian Younge. The pair have worked together (or individually) with artists and acts such as Souls Of Mischief, Roy Ayers, Azymuth, Marcos Valle (and being sampled by…

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EPISODE 18: DJ BACON

This week, OB and Shan talk with Brisbane’s DJ Bacon about the hugely slept on albums he’s released as one half of sample-based and trip-hop vibed Briztronix, his love affair with Acid (the Sony version, of course) and his numerous 45’s releases and albums he’s dropped mashing up folks like Pink Floyd and AC/DC with…

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EPISODE 17: DOUBLE DEE & STEINSKI

This week Shan and OB chat to true hiphop royalty with legends Steinski & Double Dee in to chat about their role in shaping hiphop since working with Tommy Boy Records in the early 1980’s. If you love your Golden Era, cut & paste sample culture that oozes into all the good times jams you…

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EPISODE 16: SHAN & OB

On this show, the boys keep it locked to the decks so they can cram in as many tunes as humanly possible. With some great guests over the past 2 months, they actually needed a week to just breathe and get ready for some massive guests coming over the next month or so (and we…

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EPISODE 15: Feat. DJ RANSOM

On this show, the boys chat to and get a set from one of Australia’s most respected and renowned DJ’s, Phil Ransom. Not only has his club night, The Late Show @ Revolver, been running for well over 20 years pushing the most upfront and forward-thinking beats, but he was also one of the first…

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EPISODE 14: Feat. LACK OF AFRO

This week, OB and Shan talk with Lack of Afro, aka Adam Gibbons, a producer, multi-instrumentalist and chief party rocker who’s had his hands all over some tasty releases over the long haul. His seventh studio album, I’m Here Now, features incredible vocal performances from just about everyone who is anyone. We also get to…

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