Featured Articles


12p-1048_rfs_a3-proof3
Announcements

Race for Sustainability!

Posted  October 3, 2012  by  Cameron Young

The inaugural Race for Sustainability event LIVE on air! The inaugural ‘Race for Sustainability’ is being held at Monash University Clayton on Tuesday, 16th October as part of Sustainable Transport Week. There are great prizes to be won and student clubs and societies are encouraged to register in teams of 4 to participate in the […]

Full Story »

20120808-171019.jpg
Music

Singles Review 01/08/12

Posted  August 1, 2012  by  Bill Murphy

SINGLE OF THE WEEK (Well, actually single of a couple of weeks ago, but it’s still great) Menomena – Heavy Is As Heavy Does The first taste of the Portland duo’s upcoming is a stark melancholic number, dealing with genetic pessimism. The deeply running heavy hearts of Justin Harris’ family evoke a stark lyricism and […]

Full Story »

art-Radio-420x0
Announcements

Show applications for semester two now open!

Posted  July 14, 2012  by  Bren Carruthers

Good news! Radio Monash is now accepting show applications for the second semester of 2012. Get in quick, spaces are limited and applications will close at 11:59PM on the 24th of July. For more information, and to lodge an application, head over to our show application page.

Full Story »

monash-academy-orchestra-free-concert-9300475
Events

Monash Academy Orchestra

Posted  April 7, 2012  by  Radio Monash

One of Australia’s leading orchestral conductors and one of Melbourne’s favourite piano soloists join the vibrant talent of the Monash Academy Orchestra (MAO) for their rendition of, Variations. The concert is the MAO’s first under the dynamic leadership of new conductor Fabian Russell, and will feature special guest piano virtuoso Stefan Cassomenos. The concert consists […]

Full Story »

f3b9a3a89d3051e03b7f7e52db0313ee_n
Events

LIVE broadcast – Monash Academy Orchestra

Posted  March 22, 2012  by  Radio Monash

              TUNE IN NOW!- Click on the Listen Live link above, alternatively head to http://www.radiomonash.fm/listen. A new partnership between the Monash University Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA) and Radio Monash will enable the Monash Academy Orchestra’s (MAO) upcoming concert Variations to be broadcast around the world. The collaboration with […]

Full Story »
Upcoming Gigs


 
 
 

 
 

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2014

This is the first in a (hopefully) series of gig/album/festival/night out reviews for you denizens of Radio Monash. We are back in the criticism game. Before we start: yes, I know this is an extremely late review, but we have h...
by James Maine
1

 
 
12p-1048_rfs_a3-proof3

Race for Sustainability!

The inaugural Race for Sustainability event LIVE on air! The inaugural ‘Race for Sustainability’ is being held at Monash University Clayton on Tuesday, 16th October as part of Sustainable Transport Week. There are great pri...
by Cameron Young
0

 
 
butterflyeffect

Interview: the Butterfly effect

Breakups are never easy and as a rule of thumb, they signal the end of a relationship. However for The Butterfly Effect, the departure of their singer Clint inspired a National tour and spirits could not be higher.   The B...
by M Rob
1

 

 
20120808-171019.jpg

Singles Review 01/08/12

SINGLE OF THE WEEK (Well, actually single of a couple of weeks ago, but it’s still great) Menomena – Heavy Is As Heavy Does The first taste of the Portland duo’s upcoming is a stark melancholic number, dealing...
by Bill Murphy
0

 
 
mutya-keisha-siobhan-fotos

The Return of the Sugababes, And All That is Good About Pop

Flashback to 2000 – Britney Spears was still a virgin (pfft), Christina Aguilera was not yet dirrrty and bands like Spice Girls and NSYNC ruled the airwaves. Pop music was formulaic, clean, wholesome and – let’...
by Brad Szmerling
3

 
 
DJS1101_dj-shadow-endtroducing_900

Acid Flashbacks #2: DJ Shadow, Endtroducing…

Postmodernism is the movement-de-jour – we live in a world with an unprecedented level of interconnectivity and a newfound ability to access the vast and previously-impenetrable vaults of history in a single click. Google...
by Miki McLay
2

 


 
 


Switch to our mobile site