This week on ‘Built For Speed’ CJ tells us all about the Chris Cornell gig from last Friday at the Palais. We also take a look at two new release films: Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea which tells the story that inspired Herman Melville’s epic novel Moby Dick and gambling addiction drama Mississippi Grind which stars Ben Mendelsohn. There’s plenty of fine music including a tribute to John Lennon who was tragically killed 35 years ago on Tuesday. With the 2015 ‘Built For Speed’ End of Year Spectacular coming up on Friday 18th December we revisit some of the best tracks of 2014. Don’t forget our regular preview of gigs and TV for the week. Check out ‘Built For Speed’ Friday 8-10pm on 88.3 Southern FM.
This week on ‘Built For Speed’ we celebrate that traditional Australian festival, Halloween. There’ll be plenty of spooky songs from the likes of Danzig, Roky Erickson, Deep Purple and many others. We also tell you whether two horror movies currently in our cinemas, Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension and The Last Witch Hunter will have you quaking in your boots or snoring in your popcorn. We’ll also give our opinions on the best horror films of the last 15 years. Don’t forget our regular preview of gigs and TV for the week. Check out ‘Built For Speed’ Friday 8-10pm on 88.3 Southern FM.
This Friday on ‘Built For Speed’ we take a look at film that will have music fans salivating. The Wrecking Crew documents the phenomenal contributions of the legendary group of session musos who were behind so many classic pop hits of the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s. We’ll also here some of the fine music to which they contributed including the Ronettes and The Beach Boys. We also take a look at the latest cinema adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Will Snowtown director Justin Kurzel’s take on the Bard’s bloodiest play stack up against great versions of the past such as Roman Polanski’s lauded 1971 adaptation. There’s also plenty of fine new music with tracks from Royal Headache, Best Coast and The Grates. Don’t forget our regular preview of TV and gigs for the week. Check out ‘Built For Speed’, Friday 8-10pm on 88.3 Southern FM.
Built For Speed – Playlist Friday 3rd July 2015
- DIAMOND NIGHTS – Destination Diamonds.
- THE DESCENDANTS – Coolidge.
- OH MERCY – Sandy. (Aus)
- LE PIE – Secrets. (Aus)
- THE CASANOVAS – 10 outta 10. (Aus)
- GRAVEYARD TRAIN – I’m gone. (Aus)
- DIED PRETTY – Good at love. (Aus)
- THE BEACH BOYS – God only knows.
- THE FLAMING LIPS – Race for the prize.
- JELLYFISH – The ghost at number one.
- FRASER A GORMAN – Shiny Gun. (Aus)
- BLONDIE – Dreaming.
- THE RAMONES – I wanna be sedated.
- SONIC YOUTH – Mote.
- GIGOLO AUNTS – Mrs Washington.
- SWORDFISH – Paralytic. (Aus)
- THE UNDERGROUND LOVERS – Can for now. (Aus)
- SONIC YOUTH – Kool thing.
- SWORDFISH – Paralytic. (Aus)
- JOURNEY – Don’t stop believing.
- Gig guide.
- FILM REVIEW: Love and Mercy
- FILM REVIEW: Terminator Genisys.
- TV preview.
This week on ‘Built For Speed’ we review two slightly different movies: an ode to sado-masochism and 1960’s European art house cinema in The Duke of Burgundy and post-apocalyptic teen rebellion in The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials. There’s also plenty of fine music with new Aussie tracks from Royal Headache, classics from Morrissey and possibly the most weirdly incongruous bracket of tracks you’ll ever hear (you’ll have to tune in to find out which songs made the cut). Don’t forget our regular previews of gigs and TV for the week. Check out ‘Built For Speed’ Friday 8-10pm on 88.3 Southern FM.