This Just In
From the late 1960’s to the early 1970’s, Russell Morris was racking up the hits in a career that is as strong today as it was back then.
So here we go again… Another day, another hotspot for the virus we try here at Atomic so f#&king hard not to mention by name… But here we are… Music is off… Again… Borders are closed.. Again… Disruptions all around the country, no New Years celebrations, no partying with friends for a Friday frothy around […]
Mass Sky Raid are today continuing their build towards 2021 with a brand new single and video clip – “Breakthrough”. The new single and video comes hot on the heels of their return to the fray effort “Not Alone” in August. That soaring track that saw triple j unearthed head Dave Ruby Howe say “There’s fired up energy […]
Mel: Welcome to atomic radio, its Mel here and I’ve got Jasmine Scholz with me right now. How are you going Jasmine? Jasmine: I’m good, how are you Mel? Mel: I’m so good, you’ve upped the dress stakes on me considerably. You’re looking very fine my dear and I have got my token flanny and […]
Many may be laconic about the year that has passed, indeed I recall spending at least a third of the last twelve months plastered to a screen in the company of the same four walls. Day in and day out. In truth, there is so much to be said about the year’s impact on the […]
This year has brought some crazy chart action and a lot of growth from artists far and wide around Rural and Regional Australia and it doesn’t look like the upsets are going to stop coming! Check out this weeks action here!
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 […]
Frank James is unveiling his new music video to pair with his just-released single ‘Friday’ that boasts cool volume swelling electric-guitars and mellow, island vibing melodies – watch here. This laid-back, feel-good track that oozes that Frank James persona has already received support from Double J, theMusic, AAA Backstage, Aus Music Scene, Atomic Music and more. Despite it’s upbeat “live for the day” energy, the track is […]
It’s been a year… A year of frustration, confusion, change, gains and losses… A lot of people got hurt this year as the entire Australian music industry went into shutdown because of the global pandemic we call the Rona’ Being the resilient musicians that we are, we moved to online methods of delivering our craft […]
Today’s music story is a little different because we get to talk about not one band but two, two bands who had successful careers, reached iconic status and both had something else in common. The first band, The Loved Ones were formed in Melbourne in October 1965 with Gerry Humphrys on vocals and playing harmonica, […]