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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeremy Neale. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeremy Neale, often where they are interviewed.

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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeremy Neale. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeremy Neale, often where they are interviewed.

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Live Delay - Ep 327 - Jeremy Neale

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Jeremy Neale:

Live at The Brightside, Fortitude Valley, 10 August 2019

If there's a bright centre to the Brisbane music universe, Jeremy Neale orbits pretty close to its heart. A stalwart of the community for over a decade, Jeremy led beloved garage rock party band Velociraptor for several years before also starting up a parallel solo project that ventured into new territory. Beginning with a folk-tinged self-titled EP in 2011, Neale mined the 1960s for pop songwriting influences on his first few solo releases, including single "Winter Was The Time", which won the Queensland Music Awards' Rock Award in 2012. The "In Stranger Times" EP of 2013 followed, the title track collaboration with Go Violets quickly becoming established as a fan-favourite and feel-good modern anthem for Brisbane.

Neale's subsequent releases veered towards a strong 1980s flavour with the EP "Let Me Go Out In Style" in 2015 and debut album "Getting The Team Back Together" in 2017. In that same year Neale won the Grant McLennan Fellowship, which allowed him to spend time in New York City honing his songwriting skills and in 2018 he took home another Queensland Music Award, this time Song of the Year for "Dancin' And Romancin'".

In February 2020 Neale released his second album, "We Were Trying To Make It Out", but many of his launch plans were scuppered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately for live music lovers, Live Delay had recorded a set of his several months earlier at the mini-festival "Sesh and the City".

Includes an interview with Jeremy Neale.

Recorded by Lauren Holyoak
Mixed by Tynan Illand

Show production, engineering and host: Scott Mercer
Originally aired via Zed Digital, 7-8pm, Sunday 26 July, 2020
Jul 26 2020 · 55mins
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66. Jeremy Neale

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In what my guest described as a 'Reunion Special', I caught up with old pal Jeremy Neale for this episode. We cover plenty of topics, including Jeremy's new album, songs from The Jensens, Sweater Curse, Holiday Party, Eves Karydas and St. South, as well as the state of the world, sitcoms, the Gold Coast Suns & more.


Watch the extremely excellent video for Sweater Curse's 'Close' here.


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Jun 23 2020 · 44mins
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Jeremy Neale

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Jeremy Neale was the 2017 recipient of the Grant McLennan Fellowship and has a new album We Were Trying to Make It Out (Remote Control - Dot Dash). 

Their debut album Getting Team Back Together also featured the 2018 QMusic Award 'Song of The Year' for Dancin' and Romancin'.

Jeremy joined John Murch via Skype to have a chat to radionotes.

Show Notes + Transcript: https://radionotespodcast.com/episodes/jeremy-neale/ 

May 03 2020 · 41mins
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85. Whaboom: The Musical w/ Jeremy Neale! (Bachelor Presents: Listen To Your Heart S1 E1)

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The Bachelor of Hearts podcast is back, baby! This time checking out the brand new American Bachelor spin-off Listen To Your Heart, in which we follow 20 singles looking for connections, of both romantic and musical varieties. This week, we're joined by the fantastic Jeremy Neale to break down the first episode - we discuss the specifically non-specific appeal of John Mayer, the many genres that aren't represented in the show, and the brightly burning flame of Michael Todd's Hot Touch.

Apr 19 2020 · 1hr 34mins
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#3/2020 (March) ft. Jeremy Neale and John Field (The Wiggles)

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Learn about the art of looting, the surprisingly easy way to get a plaque in Brunswick Mall and the similarities between coronavirus and the hickey on your wife's neck that your brother gave her
Apr 12 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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#50 Jeremy Neale

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Seja talks to her guest Jeremy Neale about his feelings regarding his new album ‘ We were trying to make it out’ which came out in February 2020. They chat about his Beach Boys influence, his start on the drums, learning guitar on a nylon string, and how knowing chords above the 5th fret doesn’t matter. Jeremy Tells Seja about the touring logistics of his 12-piece band Velociraptor, how to survive as a musician in a capitalist world and how lovely and supportive the Brisbane music community is. Seja and Jeremy share stories about how they say yes to everything and their experiences going to New York as recipients of the Grant McLennan Fellowship.
Mar 30 2020 · 57mins
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Emerge - Jeremy Neale has a new album

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Calen and Russell talk to Brisbane legend Jeremy Neale about his sophomore LP 'We Were Trying To Make It Out' out Friday the 28th of February! Emerge with Calen and Russell returns Monday night 7-9pm on Phoenix Radio and 1197AM/DAB+.
Feb 25 2020 · 34mins
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Jeremy Neale (on 'Everything I Do Is Replaced By Two' single and video) Interview - Paul Whiley - Radio One 91fm

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Jeremy Neale (on 'Everything I Do Is Replaced By Two' single and video) Interview by Paul Whiley on Radio One 91fm Dunedin
Nov 14 2019 ·
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Episode Six: Kult Kyss, Jeremy Neale, Quivers, Turn South, Poolroom. + Moody Beach, Tamara and The Dreams

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It's funny how sometimes you feel like you slave away at something and it takes a while until you get good at it, hey. It's something Jack and Miks feel about this pod, especially this episode. We open up, reflect, walk through waterfalls (kinda, not really), and, of course, there are those pesky birds. The songs that soundtrack it all come courtesy of:

Kult Kyss - Be Cool

Jeremy Neale - Everything I Do Is Replaced By Two

Quivers - When It Breaks

Turn South - Unfinished

Poolroom. - Lavender (feat. Moody Beach)

Tamara and The Dreams - P1nk Sungl4sses

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Nov 12 2019 · 52mins
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48 - Only Talking Sense IV (with Jeremy Neale)

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Scott delves back into the archives with a Jeremy Neale interview recorded five years ago for the podcast Only Talking Sense. 2013-era Jeremy tells of getting his start in music playing video game-inspired pop-punk, assembling the full 12-piece garage ensemble Velociraptor and how he became involved in so many different bands and creative ventures across Brisbane.

Dec 18 2018 · 1hr 43mins
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