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The Ear Has To Travel #21 – Australia and New Zealand with KitKat

3 December 2018

I want to live where the traffic controllers are ballet dancers and billboards painted over with colours; where unkindness is fined in numbers of roses and nobody feels like taking the commons. (Tiny Ruins)

We wrap up this year of The Ear Has To Travel with a trip around Australia and New Zealand with music by Tiny Ruins, Nadia Reid, Laura Jean, Nick Cave, Seeker Lover Keeper, and many more.

Learn more about the Somerton Man.

A different kind of kamikaze origami.

Check out Courtney Barnett talking about songwriting on the podcast Song Exploder and listen to Holly Throsby talk about ‘songs that set the scene’ on ABC’s Take Five.

Started early, took my dog… here’s a pretty adorable collection of authors and their pets.

Here’s more from the ABC Open Archives.

Listen back to the first episode of Wanderlust, which investigates the phantom hum of the Sydney Opera House.

Playlist

Nadia Reid – Holy Low
Sydney Olympics Freeman provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A Seated Craft – Celestial Mechanics
Clarke predicts internet and PC provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Seeker Lover Keeper – We Will Know What It Is
Tiny Ruins – Adelphi Apartments
Laura Jean – Here Comes the Miner
Daylight Saving provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Middle East – Sydney to Newcastle
Jen Cloher – Kamikaze Origami
The Finks – Good Intentions
ATMs provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Courtney Barnett – Out of the Woodwork
Penhalluriack provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nick Cave – The Carny
The Finks – Cottonmouth
Decimal Currency provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tiny Ruins – Priest with Balloons
Nadia Reid – Ruby
Six o’clock closing provided by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Laura Jean – When I First Brought Him Home
The Middle East – Ninth Avenue Reverie
Holly Throsby – The Dark
Nadia Reid – Holy Loud

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