Modern Australian Underground

Radio show - 2021 Happy New year!

It's a radio show episode, including side project songs from members of CIVIC, more ANTIFADE tunes, some metal, shredding hardcore, fuzzy synth punk and some club music to boot.

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Happy New Year!

Have you recovered from the raging bender that honestly you'll probably do again in like 3 weeks? 2 weeks? This weekend?

It's a radio show episode, including side project songs from members of CIVIC, more ANTIFADE tunes, some metal, shredding hardcore, fuzzy synth punk and some club music to boot.

It's the Modern Australian Underground!

TRACK LIST:

Metdog - Did you get my email?

Kitchen People - Guitar Mag

RRC - Bizniz World

Grand Final - Robbed

Satanic Togas - Panic Room

Primitive Blast - Malaise

Faceless Burial - Irreparably Corpsed

Geld - Trench

David Forcier - OGFL

Lewis Hodgson w/ Jackson Harry - Quick Fix

Dalpura Circuit - In This Town

Roly - Shotgun

Primo - Best and fairest

Permits - Negative heart

Parsnip - Treacle Toffee World

The Baby - Go to ground

Eggy - Your End

Dorfpunk - Uppers

Mousse - Northstar

RBI - Titti3z

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    • Christina Pap

      Christina has been involved in the underground punk scene locally and internationally for over a decade. She co-hosts RRR’s premier punk radio show Teenage Hate, is the founder of the Stitches In My Head fanzine series and is an Australian contributor to the globally renowned Maximum Rock N Roll magazine. In addition to performing with her band Vanilla Poppers and running Blow Blood Records, Christina has been instrumental in organising international tours, festivals and numerous DIY projects including three Women In Punk calendars that uplift women in the music scene while raising money for local charities.

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