Be it in Rain, Hail or Sunshine – The RadMon Presenters have been getting snappy these last few weeks. Remember to tune into a brand new week of programs to get you through the troubles of revision – #AlwaysHaveAGoodTime with Radio Monash
The Crate closes with one last playlist to celebrate it’s final time on air!
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I’m coming over for tea. Get the placemats ready, wipe down the walls, lay out the bats. So when they say, ‘this is why we can’t have nice things’, it’s time to thrash! Read more …
On this episode of the drop, there is a tribute to Loki and Chairman Carr (Liesl from ‘The Sound of Music’) along with music you can tap your feet to. Enjoy!
Hosted by Paul Waxman
On this week’s episode I say every song is “great”, I discuss the album’s potential concept and I say “goodbye” at least 6 times!
The Crate brings you the final part of it’s Hip Hop Special: 2010s and Beyond!
On today’s episode, I continue to use “we” despite being completely alone in the studio (although it is an experience shared with you, my lovely listeners), I call James Mercer, my love, an asshole and I geek out over another band
The next time you’re at the supermarket, take my friendly advice and you’ll NEVER PAY FULL PRICE AGAIN! Also this show contains Glam Metal so go get yourself tested… Read more …
Hosted by Paul Waxman with special guest Fergus Nash
On this episode the bell tolls, we probably have a bit too much fun and Paul gets burnt.
This week’s episode wasn’t all fun and games as my new business partner, Nick Pederson, came into the studio to make business decisions. Nick and I teamed up to disrupt the huge industry of University Shuttle Bus Timetabling and Nick was so impressed with me during the interview he promised me 100% of profits from our new lucrative app. When not making big corporate decisions Nick and Jamie discussed their shared love of comedy podcasts. We also explored how Nick’s employment with a not-for-profit company made him revaluate his university studies and career goals. Nick also explains how his parents were accepting of his desires to get into the start-up industry thanks to their past business of squash court ownership. Lastly Nick, a self-confessed modern-pentathlon expert, and I try to come up with an even better and more varied sport for the Olympics.
The last time I had sex was in a graveyard. The show this week is hence dedicated to oversharing and a propensity to feel tired at University. Also I play some doom and stoner metal.
There was a young man from Bergen
Whose voice was kinda gurglin’
He started a band
never got tanned
then got stabbed 28 times and left outside his apartment.
So this is a black metal show. Also, I talk about Euronymous’ murder. This is why you always make sure that if session musicians you’re working with are crazy, you don’t meet up with them to discuss contract grievances.