Retune is an idea to create a vibrant show about music, by music lovers for music lovers. Our hosts Dan & Sasha focus on news, reviews and recommendations, as well as re-assessing albums and artists you may have missed or never heard of.
This episode of Retune includes:
News regarding Daft Punk, Queens of the Stone Age, Splendour in the Grass, W&W, and Triple J's Hottest 100 of the last 20 years.
Reviews of Paramore's self-titled album, Empire of the Sun's new single 'Alive', the recent Groovin' the Moo festivals.
Recollections of Nirvana's famous song 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', the associated music video, and its legacy
Recommendations by Dan and Sasha of two surprise albums.
We hope you enjoy watching Retune as much as we enjoyed making it!
Febe’s family felt they could no longer remain in their home country due to civil unrest in South Sudan so they decided to travel to Australia as refugees to lead a better life for themselves. After spending 12 years in a refugee camp in Egypt, they finally were allowed to fly to Australia. They decided to come to live in Newcastle where they joined their local Anglican parish, which provided them with a sense of community and belonging. Through the support of the parish they began to learn the ways of the Anglican faith and find acceptance amongst the people. Febe's story is one of strength and hardship, for instance, learning to speak a new language and making new friends while trying to adjust to a new culture here in Australia.