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A podcast hosted by Laneway Festival head programmer Danny Rogers and Lunatic Entertainment A & R scout Dom O'Connor that shares the stories of interesting people that work in music.

Latest Episodes

Ep 12: Lesley Olenik (Live Nation)

In this episode, Laneway Festival's Danny Rogers and Dom O'Connor sit down with Live Nation's VP of Touring Lesley Olenik and talk to her about her role in creating Odd Future Carnival with Tyler the Creator and the role that festivals play in a band's career in the modern music industry.

-1 sFEB 20
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Ep 12: Lesley Olenik (Live Nation)

Ep 11: Simon Moor (Kobalt Music)

In this episode, Laneway Festival's Danny Rogers and Dom O’Connor sit down with Kobalt Music's Managing Director Simon Moor and chat about his initial career as a DJ, how streaming has changed how we experience music and the new possibilities for musicians whilst recording music.

31 MIN2018 DEC 3
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Ep 11: Simon Moor (Kobalt Music)

Ep 10: Jodie Regan (Spinning Top Music)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Spinning Top Music's Jodie Regan and talk about her first management job, how Fremantle has shaped both her and her artists and her advice for new managers.

30 MIN2018 FEB 15
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Ep 10: Jodie Regan (Spinning Top Music)

Ep 9: Linda Bosidis (Mushroom Music Publishing)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Mushroom Music Publishing's Head of A and R Linda Bosidis and talk about her long career in music, from establishing the first Writer Services Department in Melbourne to her passion project with Danny, The Yirriman Project.

30 MIN2018 JAN 10
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Ep 9: Linda Bosidis (Mushroom Music Publishing)

Ep 8: Todd Wagstaff (Parker and Mr French)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Todd Wagstaff of Parker and Mr French management and discuss his A and R strategy and the stories behind signing acts like You Am I, The Vines and Pnau.

29 MIN2017 DEC 5
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Ep 8: Todd Wagstaff (Parker and Mr French)

Ep 7: Maggie Collins (Bigsound) + Soundcheck: Self-Management

In this episode, Danny and Dom pick Bigsound programmer Maggie Collins's brain about how she programs the conference's hundreds of acts and speakers and her tips for this year's edition, before Dom chats to Camp Cope's Sarah Thompson on the second episode of Soundcheck about the band's decision to manage themselves and why she thinks more artists should do this.

34 MIN2017 SEP 6
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Ep 7: Maggie Collins (Bigsound) + Soundcheck: Self-Management

Ep 6: Justin Cosby (Inertia Music)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Inertia Music's head of A & R Justin Cosby and discuss his previous career as a youth social worker, his Joy Division fandom and the differing ways artists release music in 2017.

29 MIN2017 AUG 1
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Ep 6: Justin Cosby (Inertia Music)

Ep 5: Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia) + Soundcheck: Women and Festival Lineups

In this special episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Sounds Australia's Millie Millgate and chat about the changing opportunities for Australian bands overseas, before Dom does a deep dive into the gender divide on festival lineups with help from Jack River, Music NSW's Hannah Crofts and Laneway Festival's Travis Banko.

37 MIN2017 MAY 31
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Ep 5: Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia) + Soundcheck: Women and Festival Lineups

Ep 4: Tom Baker (Field Day UK and Eat Your Own Ears)

In this episode, recorded in Austin, Texas at the yearly South By South West Festival, Dom and Danny had a chat to Tom Baker, an East London promoter who runs Eat Your Own Ears as well as programming the Field Day festival. Here, he chats about going to Glastonbury as a child, his proudest Field Day moment and the festival he co-founded with Danny.

28 MIN2017 APR 18
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Ep 4: Tom Baker (Field Day UK and Eat Your Own Ears)

Ep 3: Sophie Miles (Mistletone)

In today's episode, Dom and Danny sit down with their friend Sophie Miles of Mistletone, and chat about her career before music, their favourite Ariel Pink stories and the differing ways people consume music today.

30 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Ep 3: Sophie Miles (Mistletone)

Latest Episodes

Ep 12: Lesley Olenik (Live Nation)

In this episode, Laneway Festival's Danny Rogers and Dom O'Connor sit down with Live Nation's VP of Touring Lesley Olenik and talk to her about her role in creating Odd Future Carnival with Tyler the Creator and the role that festivals play in a band's career in the modern music industry.

-1 sFEB 20
Comments
Ep 12: Lesley Olenik (Live Nation)

Ep 11: Simon Moor (Kobalt Music)

In this episode, Laneway Festival's Danny Rogers and Dom O’Connor sit down with Kobalt Music's Managing Director Simon Moor and chat about his initial career as a DJ, how streaming has changed how we experience music and the new possibilities for musicians whilst recording music.

31 MIN2018 DEC 3
Comments
Ep 11: Simon Moor (Kobalt Music)

Ep 10: Jodie Regan (Spinning Top Music)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Spinning Top Music's Jodie Regan and talk about her first management job, how Fremantle has shaped both her and her artists and her advice for new managers.

30 MIN2018 FEB 15
Comments
Ep 10: Jodie Regan (Spinning Top Music)

Ep 9: Linda Bosidis (Mushroom Music Publishing)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Mushroom Music Publishing's Head of A and R Linda Bosidis and talk about her long career in music, from establishing the first Writer Services Department in Melbourne to her passion project with Danny, The Yirriman Project.

30 MIN2018 JAN 10
Comments
Ep 9: Linda Bosidis (Mushroom Music Publishing)

Ep 8: Todd Wagstaff (Parker and Mr French)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Todd Wagstaff of Parker and Mr French management and discuss his A and R strategy and the stories behind signing acts like You Am I, The Vines and Pnau.

29 MIN2017 DEC 5
Comments
Ep 8: Todd Wagstaff (Parker and Mr French)

Ep 7: Maggie Collins (Bigsound) + Soundcheck: Self-Management

In this episode, Danny and Dom pick Bigsound programmer Maggie Collins's brain about how she programs the conference's hundreds of acts and speakers and her tips for this year's edition, before Dom chats to Camp Cope's Sarah Thompson on the second episode of Soundcheck about the band's decision to manage themselves and why she thinks more artists should do this.

34 MIN2017 SEP 6
Comments
Ep 7: Maggie Collins (Bigsound) + Soundcheck: Self-Management

Ep 6: Justin Cosby (Inertia Music)

In this episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Inertia Music's head of A & R Justin Cosby and discuss his previous career as a youth social worker, his Joy Division fandom and the differing ways artists release music in 2017.

29 MIN2017 AUG 1
Comments
Ep 6: Justin Cosby (Inertia Music)

Ep 5: Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia) + Soundcheck: Women and Festival Lineups

In this special episode, Danny and Dom sit down with Sounds Australia's Millie Millgate and chat about the changing opportunities for Australian bands overseas, before Dom does a deep dive into the gender divide on festival lineups with help from Jack River, Music NSW's Hannah Crofts and Laneway Festival's Travis Banko.

37 MIN2017 MAY 31
Comments
Ep 5: Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia) + Soundcheck: Women and Festival Lineups

Ep 4: Tom Baker (Field Day UK and Eat Your Own Ears)

In this episode, recorded in Austin, Texas at the yearly South By South West Festival, Dom and Danny had a chat to Tom Baker, an East London promoter who runs Eat Your Own Ears as well as programming the Field Day festival. Here, he chats about going to Glastonbury as a child, his proudest Field Day moment and the festival he co-founded with Danny.

28 MIN2017 APR 18
Comments
Ep 4: Tom Baker (Field Day UK and Eat Your Own Ears)

Ep 3: Sophie Miles (Mistletone)

In today's episode, Dom and Danny sit down with their friend Sophie Miles of Mistletone, and chat about her career before music, their favourite Ariel Pink stories and the differing ways people consume music today.

30 MIN2017 FEB 8
Comments
Ep 3: Sophie Miles (Mistletone)
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