Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

Louisa

September 12, 2021

“Louisa,” written and recorded by The Teskey Brothers, 2017. Music video by Nick McKinlay.

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Down Under

July 18, 2021

“Down Under,” written by Colin Hay and Ron Strykert, recorded by Colin Hay, 2017.

Colin Hay website

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Warning Sign

May 28, 2021

A truck ignores alerts that it’s too tall to enter the Sydney Harbour Tunnel, so an automated system has to project a giant stop sign onto a curtain of water to get the truckie’s attention. Crikey, mate.

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Shutting Down Our Town

May 10, 2020

“Shutting Down Our Town,” written by Troy Cassar-Daley, recorded by Jimmy Barnes, 2019.

Jimmy Barnes website

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Australia’s Inferno and Africa’s Floods

March 5, 2020

Fires are normal in Australia. This year was off the charts. A Vox video by Danush Parvaneh, Madeline Marshall, and Kimberly Mas.

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Australia: Are Koalas Kaput?

March 5, 2020

Have Australia’s massive wildfires turned all it’s iconic koalas into crispy critters? An ecologist explains in this Vox video.

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Where James Once Played

September 15, 2018

“Where James Once Played,” written by Matt Walker, Neil Murray, and Shane Reilly, performed by the Lost Ragas. The song is about James Cruikshank. Matt Walker (lead vocals , acoustic guitar), Shane Reilly (electric guitar, pedal steel, backing vocals, string arrangement), Roger Bergodaz (bass), Simon Burke (drums). Video edited by Shane Reilly.

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Hold On

September 8, 2018

“Hold On,” by the Lost Ragas, 2014. Matt Walker (lead vocals, guitar), Shane Reilly (Pedal Steel, vocals), Simon Burke (drums, vocals), Roger Bergodaz, bass, knob twiddler). Video directed by Tim McCormack.

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Longboards

July 13, 2018

The world’s best longboarders try to ride a wave as long as possible at Wategos Beach, NSW. A short film by McTavish Surfboards.

Cinematography by Nathan Oldfield and Andrew Gough.
Water Cinematography – Andrew Gough.

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Seven Days

March 4, 2018

“Seven Days,” written by Shane Reilly, performed by the Lost Ragas, 2016. Matt Walker (vocals, acoustic guitar), Shane Reilly (vocals , baritone guitar), Roger Bergodaz (bass), Simon Burke (drums). Video by Cesar Rodrigues.

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