Modern Australian Underground

Radio show: From Proto-Garage to Death Metal

Christina presents in depth music profiles of Australia's new underground generation. Behind the noise, long form interviews deconstruct the themes, ideas and politics of the musicians paving a way forward for punk and electronic artists.

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    Today I'll be talking with Grant, Billy and Zane Gardner. Grant is one of the founding members of iconic Geelong punk rock band, Bored. His two sons, Billy and Zane, followed in his footsteps over a decade later, playing in bands together such as The Living Eyes, Vertigo and Cereal Killer. Billy also started the label Antifade Records out of Geelong, which has gone on to have a huge impact on the Melbourne Punk and Proto-Garage scene over the last decade. We talk about all this and more on this weeks episode of the Modern Australian Underground

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    Experiences of immigration and racism from POC and queer punx in Australia

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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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