Hit Different / Paul Dempsey, triple j tweet says move on and Kaiit is crowdfunding her independence

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Episode notes

Some things change - like your sentiment about a radio station or career outlook - and some things stay the same.

"There’s a lot of talk that the artists don’t exist any more or the quality isn’t the same or you know whatever, it’s just not fucking true. There’s amazing people making amazing music every day, just try getting through the scramble." Paul Dempsey on the scramble that is the internet these days.

This episode!

  1. Kaiit is crowdfunding her way to a better career?
  2. A triple j tweet that makes you feel old
  3. Paul Dempsey, we talk to him about him, and Something For Kate (who have a Patreon)


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