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In the lo-fi, anti studio, rough production, DIY spirit of punk, Marty and Venetia attempt to co-host remotely from geographically dispersed lounge rooms this week to bring you our punk and new wave show. Yes, we are doing our bit to flatten the curve by staying at home and using what technology we have at hand to bring you a show. Honestly, the sound quality has suffered a bit but we think that’s kind of fitting for punk . We hope we make up for it with our usual raw energy and enthusiasm (and we also have better equipment on order, you will be pleased to know).  Don’t worry  – it isn’t all angry guitars. Punk turns out be pretty diverse. Much to Marty’s relief.


About the author: Venetia


Venetia is huge deep soul, funk and jazz fan. She is the co-host of Living In the 70s, a show about 70's music, broadcast on Saturday mornings on JOY and puts together the podcasts of the show.

She is also an occasional presenter on Well, Well, Well, JOY's Thursday night program focusing on HIV and LGBTI health, sponsored by Thorne Harbour Health.


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