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While the world was watching or avoiding the US Presidential Debate, news came through that music icon Helen Reddy had passed away. Helen Reddy was born in Melbourne on October 25 1941 to parents  Stella Campbell (née Lamond) and Maxwell David “Max” Reddy who were in the performing arts industry as singers, writers, producers and […]

Just in time for the summer, Sydney-based indie-rock artist Sam Marks is releasing his warming, upbeat, feel-good track ‘Eventide’ (out November 27).  Sam Marks has been writing and performing music for years. Marks has studied at Sydney Conservatorium of Music and performed in a number of bands over the years but he has just started his very own venture […]

Is it brave or reckless to quit a job in the current climate we are in right now? Currently mental health is a massive priority and all the things swirling around are heightening circumstances considerably. I’m feeling very alone right now.  Theoretically I’m not.  But I still feel it. The lockdown has again triggered feelings […]

Let’s face it. 2020 sucked… But it doesn’t all have to suck! A while back, we put out a survey to all users of the Atomic Network asking for your input on how we could better deliver our services to the masses. We had an unprecedented response to this survey and one of the key […]

We’ve recently been celebrating the broadcast of the 100 most radio-active songs across the Atomic radio network this year. From Coonamble to Geelong, we broadcast an epic torrent of Australian music for 52 weeks in the year. At this time however there has been a timid pause amongst the music community. Where will Australian music […]

Up and coming Gold Coast artist Ms. Elly joined Josh G for a chat on Atomic radio this month to discuss her artistry, her cross-genre music and the life experiences that have impacted upon her journey through music and that mould the nature of her relationship with her fans. Josh G: Ms. Elly how are […]

Day Trippers joined our host Josh G to talk about the Trippers their latest self-titled album and where they see themselves poppin’ on the scene over the coming year. Josh G: Welcome back to Atomic Radio Australia, broadcasting all across the Atomic radio network. Hey, I’m joined here by the Day Trippers, another Josh, I […]

Daddy Cool was a side project of the progressive rock band Sons of the Vegetal Mother (aka Vegetals) from 1970 and the idea was that the band would play Doo-wop and Rock & Roll songs in short sets the were played in between Vegetals sets. Ross Wilson, Ross Hannaford, Gary Young and Wayne Duncan played […]

For those of you who didn’t make it out to Beer Deluxe in Albury tonight…. You missed out on seeing three ‘Number 1 Atomic’ Female Artists put on a near, sold out show that will not soon be forgotten! `IVA walked on stage ‘looking funky AF’ (Mel’s Words) with recent knowledge of her debut track […]


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